KTOO’s Community Reporting Fellow Tasha Elizarde sits down with three of Juneau’s most well-known chefs.
Most people who have had their primary vaccine series are eligible, but children under age 12 are not.
Author Heather Lende, who lives in and writes about Haines, says it may be a while before her hometown’s shattered sense of safety can heal.
The pandemic means there are more opportunities every day to talk to new people who haven’t been a part of our coverage before.
How does the Juneau Police Department choose to use social media to find a suspect?
The KTOO Arts and Culture team is in Hoonah this week to be a part of its All School Ḵu.éex’ and to produce two episodes of Juneau Afternoon, which we are calling Hoonah Afternoon.
Program host Scott Burton sat down with Ḵu.éex’ organizer, Tlingit language teacher, and mom, Lgéikʼi Heather Powell.
Hawaii’s poet laureate Kealoha is in Juneau to perform and teach with Woosh Kinaadeiyí and the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council.
Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts. Anne Fuller will talk with Katherine Rue about her novels for young readers – she’s having a booksigning on Sunday, the 24th of August at Hearthside Books; Rob Roys will be here to talk about his work being selected as Best of Show by he Alaska…
Thursday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Shona Strauser hosts. Ruth Johnson will be here to highlight this weekend’s Beat The Odds Race We’ll talk with Dixie Belcher and Elaine Schroeder about the upcoming visit by an 81-year old Thai activist; Charles Rohrbacher will be here to talk about his show, Icons for Iraq; We’ll…
Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts. We’ll get a preview of tonight’s (Friday’s) Alaskapella performance from the group’s musical director, Kristina Paulick; Pam Nelson and Meredith Fritsch will introduce the two Juneau Skating Club figure skaters – Katherine and Meredith Fritsch – who will represent Juneau in the Arctic Winter Games…