Hawaiian voyaging canoe’s latest journey starts in Alaska: ‘The ocean is what connects us’
The journey that sets out from Juneau next week is called Moananuiākea, and the crew’s goal is to learn about land stewardship and unity from Indigenous communities throughout the Pacific Ocean.
Juneau writer Vera Starbard weighs in on Writers Guild strike
Starbard says that right now, “the studios are still just not even willing to talk.”
When Antiques Roadshow comes to Alaska, Kenai woman will put her heirlooms to the test
The popular PBS program is coming to Alaska for the first time ever this summer.
Sealaska Heritage Institute proposes renaming part of Seward Street
The application would rename the part of the street between Front Street and Marine Way to Heritage Way.
Ketchikan Charter School students use theater to tell Indigenous stories
Students turned “Killer Whale Eyes” and “How Devil’s Club Came to Be” into short plays featuring handmade props and formline the students learned from an artist-in-residence.
‘Showing off who I am’: Anchorage seniors graduate in sealskin, kuspuks and other regalia
Anchorage students no longer have to wear a typical cap and gown to their high school graduation.