Thursday at 7 on KTOO-NEWS: February’s MUDROOMS! The theme is Planes, Trains and Automobiles, music by the Spruce Tip Ramblers and stories by: Katie Bausler, James Marcus, Laura Kurt, Jeste Burton, Pat McClear, Roblin Davis and Tom Cosgrove.
We’ll talk with Ariel Rolfe about the upcoming public art display, Fecal Matters; Darren Snyder will be here with news about this month’s Sustainability Camp; We’ll talk to artists involved in Water States, opening Friday at the Franklin Street Gallery; And Dana White and James Marcus will be here to highlight tonight’s workshop on Knotweed.
When the last band ends at Centennial at 10:00 p.m., the music starts at numerous bars downtown. Here’s a guide to nightlife spots in the Capital City.
A guide to the capital city’s nightlife spots and this week’s Folk Fest festivities.
All of the fund’s cryptocurrency investments combined are a tiny sliver of the private equity portfolio.
The APFC board fired the previous CEO, Angela Rodell, in December 2021.
You can follow sports writer and photographer Klas Stolpe’s coverage of the Juneau Lions Club’s 71st Gold Medal Basketball Tournament here.
The decline will not have an immediate negative effect on state finances, but continued losses would reduce available cash for services and dividends.
The first round of the NFL brought a few surprises Thursday, after No. 1 pick Jadeveon Clowney of South Carolina went to the Houston Texans, as many expected.
Even though it’s the off-season, some businesses need the help now.