Internet pranksters have seized on a cross promotion between the Miami rapper and Wal-Mart, and Kodiak could get a concert out of the deal.
A virtual gallery of art from Celebration 2012 that’s now on display at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.
Alaska’s 20 native languages are a generation away from disappearing. But a new effort is adding technology to the list of tools for saving the languages.
Eklutna Cemetery shows the confluence of Alaska Native and Russian Orthodoxy burial practices.
Celebration 2012 ended Saturday night with the Grand Exit, where more than 50 groups from Anchorage to the Pacific Northwest make their final processions. At the lead, and at the start of the Southeast Native cultural festival’s Grand Entrance, was one dance group from Angoon. Gilbert Fred and Alan Zuboff lead the Xudzidaa Kwáan Dancers.
The state is expanding its support for mariculture. Governor Sean Parnell this week signed a bill creating a revolving loan fund for shellfish farms.
Celebration 2012 is officially underway. Southeast Alaska’s largest Native cultural gathering kicked off in earnest this morning (Thursday) with the Grand Entrance Procession in Juneau.
Thirty-two pieces by 21 artists in Customary and Inspired Customary Art were selected for the exhibit.
Several hundred people welcomed seven canoe teams Wednesday who paddled to Juneau for Celebration 2012.