The Crystal Saloon show was just Dude Mountain’s second gig outside of Ketchikan.
That would represent about 74% of the capacity for all the ships that sailed to Juneau this year.
So far, more than 90% of the youth who have used the shelter have gone on to a safe and stable place.
The U.S. Forest Service just received $20 million for public cabins, said James King, regional director of recreation land and minerals with the Forest Service.
In this newscast: A recent destructive slide in downtown Juneau left homeowners and the community grappling with how to respond; An Iranian in Alaska speaks on recent protests in Iran; Hundreds of hotel rooms and emergency shelter beds in Anchorage will continue to be available to people without homes through at least the end of the year
A workshop in Juneau later this month will help LGBTQ+ people learn an intentional approach to getting the support they need.
For Filipino American History Month, Peñaranda visited Juneau last week for the closing of the exhibit. He reminisced over names and faces in the exhibit, like the Filipino union leaders who formed the Alaska Cannery Workers Association.
The speakers will give updates on the current status of language revitalization for all three languages, as well as what they think the future of the languages looks like.
The apology said the Religious Society of Friends ran around 30 schools for Native youth in the U.S., with the intention of forcing Indigenous children to assimilate into white society.
Jessica Kinville-James said it’s important that their kids have the connections to their culture that were severed in the boarding school era.