Thursday on A Juneau Afternoon, Joan Pardes will be your host;
UAS Chancellor Rick Caulfield will be here for UAS Corner;
We’ll get a preview of the Thursday night presentation for the Juneau World Affairs Council, with guest, Artem Zagorodnov;
Sally Smith will be here to highlight this weekend’s Holiday Pops Concert;
We’ll talk with Linda Rosenthal, who will introduce the new Artistic Director of Juneau Jazz & Classics;
And Nancy DeCherny will be here with news about art happenings in town.
That’s Thursday on A Juneau Afternoon, live at 3 on KTOO-NEWS;
Repeated at 4 on KRNN, and by demand via ktoo.org
Things are happening in Alaska
Jump straight to the exciting parts with insightful (and entertaining) Alaska news from The Signal, the news email you’ll wish came more than once a week.
- Gov. Dunleavy has reversed himself and declared support for subsidized broadband internet for rural libraries and a free service allowing online tutors for students. The governor had previously vetoed the $809,200 in funding.
- A 19-mile stretch of the Parks Highway was closed some 80 miles north of Anchorage, as authorities called for the evacuation of a subdivision that only has one road in and out.
- Master Gardener Ed Buyarski describes how humans can intervene and help out with the pollination process.
- Prospective candidates must file by Monday, Aug. 19.