“Vote for Halibut instead of the folks that are in power,” says this fisherman from Sitka, Alaska who wishes to remain anonymous. Passersby in Juneau began to notice the fisherman on well-trafficked street corners near the end of the week of October, 14th. Watch a video and listen to a short interview as he…
“All of the Yukon First Nation languages will benefit from the stronger partnership here,” says Tosh Southwick, director of First Nation initiatives at Yukon College.
KTOO’s Scott Burton caught Harrison B for a few minutes before his Thursday night show with Alien Ant Farm at Centennial Hall. They spoke about his music–a unique blend of outlaw country, R & B, Motown, and hip-hop–his connection with both Nashville and Juneau, and what he’s cooking up on his upcoming album.
Byron Mallott filed as a candidate for governor today, making him the first Democratic candidate to officially jump into the race.
KTOO’s Scott Burton sat down with Juneau Symphony Resident Conductor William Todd Hunt. Hunt spoke about the symphony, his background, life in Juneau, how he spends his free time, what’s on his iPod, and the future.
Sealaska president Chris McNeil Jr. says he is leaving the regional Alaska Native corporation in a financially strong position.
K3’s Scott Burton attended the October 9th performance of Mudrooms and produced this piece. Tune into KTOO on October 28 at 7pm for a full broadcast.
Alaska Native tribal governments are keeping their doors open, but worry about how long the federal government shutdown will go on.
Tlingit and Haida Regional Housing Authority and Catholic Community Service on Monday announced the expansion of a program that helps senior citizens live independently in Southeast Alaska.
October’s First Friday hosts several art openings across town, among them is Ryan Conarro’s “ This Hour Forward” at the JAHC.