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A picture of a woman with a bandana on playing cello in a tv studio. Still image of Kat Moore of the Forest That Never Sleeps performing a Red Carpet Concert at KTOO Public Media in April 2018.

Red Carpet Concert: The Forest That Never Sleeps, ‘When I Was A Child’

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Hear Anchorage musician Kat Moore on cello with The Super Saturated Sugar Strings trumpet player Logan Bean.
Picture of man singing into microphone. Longtime Juneau musician Mike Truax performs his song "It's Me" for a Red Carpet Concert during the 2018 Alaska Folk Festival at KTOO in Juneau. (Screen capture image from video )

Red Carpet Concert: Mike Truax, ‘That’s Me’

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Alaska songwriter Mike Truax wonders, "How come everybody's got a CD but me?"
Jason and Pharis Romero perform with Josh Rabie @360 during the 2018 Alaska Folk Festival in Juneau, Alaska at KTOO Public Media. (Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KTOO)

Red Carpet Concert: Pharis and Jason Romero with Josh Rabie, ‘The Salesman’

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Watch the 2018 Alaska Folk Festival guest artist perform a song from their Canadian Folk Music Award-winning album, "Sweet Old Religion."
Tlingit artist Ricky Tagaban performs as the drag persona Lituya hart as the “Besties for Breasties” drag show and medical fundraiser at Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall in Juneau on September 21, 2018. The event was hosted by The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (Tlingit & Haida) as benefit for Lingiìt (Tlingit) language teacher Mary Folletti Daaljíni and may be the first drag show sponsored by a tribal government.

Fundraiser promotes two-spirit inclusivity with indigenous drag show

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“There’s enough that divides us," said Tlingit & Haida council President Richard Peterson. "I always think about people who already feel marginalized and then you have something that maybe differentiates them more. Instead of putting that down, let’s celebrate what…

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