Wednesday April 23, 2014 Ken Fix hosts
We’ll find out about the upcoming March For Babies with Karen White;
Kris Sell will be here to highlight next month’s APOA Triathlon;
Find out about Rob Stephenson’s lip dub project at UAS;
Get a preview of Ambassador Richard Boucher’s presentation to the Juneau World Affairs Council tonight on “Staying Ahead Of Emerging Markets”;
And we’ll talk to Geoff Hirsch and Heather Laverne from the Juneau-Douglas Little Theater about tonight’s celebration of Shakespeare’s birthday at the Silverbow backroom.
- Juneau's long-awaited 32-unit Housing First apartment complex will welcome its first batch of formerly homeless residents within the week. The $8.3 million project came together through community support in cash and donated materials and services.
- Nikoosh Carlo began work this month in a newly created position: senior adviser for climate.
- The Alaska ferry Taku's next life will be as a floating hotel. Portland-based KeyMar LLC made the winning bid of $300,000 for the 54-year-old ship.
- According to a news release, Wilson "Will" Woodrow Curtis-Collins is a person of interest after a reported disturbance about 12:40 a.m. today near the 1800 block of Northwood Drive.