Second Mini Comic Con comes to Juneau
Last year’s Mini Comic Con turned out to be huge by Juneau’s standards. It packed the Juneau Arts and Culture Center with visiting and local artists, who set up booths in the main hall. The spaces between were filled with people in costume, many holding freshly signed books.
Couple expecting identical triplets
Lorevie Rowe and John David have won a kind of lottery – but it’s one with odds even experts can’t agree on.Rowe is pregnant with spontaneous identical triplets.
100 years ago on April 21, Treadwell era came to a spectacular end
Down the street from our Douglas Island home is a popular spot for runners and after work strollers. The forested Treadwell historic trail runs along Gastineau Channel across from downtown Juneau.
Juneau writer pens first mystery novel of series
Many know Juneau writer Peggy Barnhill for her “Gimme a Smile” column with the Juneau Empire. Soon, however, she’ll be known by her pen name Greta McKennan as she releases the first of her “A Stitch in Time” mystery series, “Uniformly Dead,” through Kensington Publishing.
Highlighting Comic Con artists' work
In honor of Juneau’s second annual comics convention, hosted by Alaska Robotics, the Capital City Weekly is running art from several of the visiting artists. For more information, see Clara Miller’s story about the convention "Second Mini Comic Con comes to Juneau."

News & Community
Outdoors & Travel
Search Alaska jobs

This Week's Front Page
Click to Enlarge