For the first time since 2019, the Juneau Underground Motion Picture (JUMP) Society film festival returns to the Gold Town Nickelodeon.
Christina Michelle and self-made millionaire Joseph Robinson will discuss the ins and outs of what it takes to be successful in this economy by investing in crypto currency.
49 Writers, an Alaskan literary group, has invited playwright and satirist Joanna Castle Miller to teach a four-week class series. Her curriculum is designed to help writers craft sharp, funny satire.
The Juneau Afternoon team is taking a break to observe the holiday. The show will return on Wednesday, November 30 at 3:00 p.m.
Today on Juneau Afternoon, Con Brio artists will sit down with host Andy Kline to discuss how they hope their upcoming performance will help to bridge divides and and connect communities to provoke discussion and action on climate change.
On this week’s episode of Culture Rich Conversations from Juneau’s Black Awareness Association, host Christina Michelle and her guests discuss how we can find the joy this holiday season.
On today’s show, Andi Hirsch talks about the meaning and importance of bringing the travelling exhibit “Americans and the Holocaust” to Juneau.
In honor of Veteran’s Day, the special “Surviving The Bataan Death March” will air in lieu of Juneau Afternoon. Narrated by the late Senator John McCain (former POW), this 80th Anniversary Encore Presentation recounts Veteran Ken Porwoll’s riveting story of survival as one of 10,000 American and roughly 50,000 Filipino soldiers on the Bataan Death…
This week’s episode of Culture Rich Conversations from Juneau’s Black Awareness Association highlights two Alaskan business owners going into detail about what it takes to get started.
A new exhibit opening at the UAS Egan Library shines a spotlight on the acts of resistance that helped bring the war on Viet Nam to an end.