The Grammy-winning, Alaska-grown rock band Portugal. The Man is offering to send five books recently banned from school curriculum in the Mat-Su, where several band members grew up, to students there who want to read them.
It’s the “Live Free or Pie Hard” themed Southeast Alaska State Fair that wasn’t.
Wayne Price got his start learning Northwest Coast art from artists Leo Jacobs, Ed Kasko and John Hagen. Now he owns and lives in the house where the Haines nonprofit Alaska Indian Arts used to be.
Erin Anais Heist and Andrew Heist recorded Erin’s “Train to Cheyenne” on April 13, 2020 to contribute to KTOO’s Red Carpet Concert Series. Since our studios are closed due to COVID-19, they recorded in their living room during what would have been the first day of the 46th annual Alaska Folk Festival in Juneau. The…
This case is thought to be the first time a business has been sued in the U.S. for copying a traditional indigenous pattern.
A drive-in comedy show brings Anchorage audiences together for live entertainment.
Juneau drag queen Gigi Monroe has been forced to find creative ways to connect to her audience.
In a quick turnaround, Juneau Karate Academy instructors Nathan Young and Sarah Young closed the public doors to their Mendenhall Valley dojo — and launched an online training academy.
From Juneau’s resident art-film buff and Gold Town Nickelodeon owner Collette Costa, here are seven recommendations — all of which have been screened at Gold Town and skew toward the underrated, independent, and eclectic.
The board says they’re concerned about safety due to the COVID-19 virus.