Cruisin' into  Yakutat
For the hundred or so years cruise ships have been visiting Southeast Alaska, the residents of Yakutat haven't been so sure about them. But this summer, prompted by a declining population and economy, the town will come out in force to welcome two shiploads of tourists.
Juneau Jazz &  Classics: week 2
Juneau Jazz & Classics is in full swing this week, with concerts scheduled almost every night, as well as many afternoon offerings. Here's a look at what's coming up later this week.
SHI prepares for grand opening of Soboleff building
Sealaska Heritage Institute will host the grand opening of the Walter Soboleff Building on Friday, May 15, in Juneau. A day of ceremonies and celebration is planned and all are welcome.
Hunting for art
Tlingit artist Jeremiah James always knew he wasn't meant for the 9-5 working life. What he didn't know is that hunting could be a part of how he makes his living.
Celebrating birds of the Stikine
Ravens cawed. Gulls mewed. People hammered.

What's your favorite bird and why?
I'll just go with the Bald Eagle, because they're big and cool.
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