Rhonda McBride

Friday, June 18th: Tlingit father figures. Compassion in Action. Flycatchers, murrelets and warblers.  

As we look towards Father’s Day this weekend, time out on this Friday’s Juneau Afternoon for a conversation about fatherhood and Alaska Native culture. Lyle and Kolene James share their favorite memories about their fathers – and what it has taught them about the importance of fatherhood.   Also today: Catholic Community Service launches “Compassion…

Friday, June 11th: The Alaska-Louisiana connection.  Foundation for End of Life Care. Looking back on the 2021 school year. Juneau Audubon Society’s summer birdwatch.

Even when it comes to fish, Alaska and Louisiana don’t appear to be  much alike. Very different climate, different kinds of fish, and very different ways of cooking them. But when it comes to the seafood industry itself — and the chain of businesses that support it – that’s where the two states have a…

Wednesday, June 9th: Southeast Alaska Independent Living. Summer Theatre Arts Rendezvous. Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners Assoc. Tour.

Southeast Alaska Independent Living, also known as SAIL, is well known for its expertise in turning disabilities into capabilities. But then along came COVID-19. On Wednesday’s Juneau Afternoon, how SAIL has emerged from the pandemic with its mission intact. Also on this show: Life lessons from the stage at Perseverance Theatre’s summer camp. Garden Therapy!…

Friday, June 4th: Chef Stef showcases “culinary art.” Goldbelt Heritage Foundation summer camp. Juneau Audubon Society’s birds to watch.  

While others use paints and canvas, Stefani Marnon reaches into the pantry for her art supplies. Her creations are masterpieces in butter and sugar, that do a quick disappearing act off the store shelves of Juneau, where she is known simply as, Chef Stef.   At the  Juneau Artist Gallery this month, Chef Stef is…

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