Juneau local Dan Kirkwood releases album with his NYC band, Obiwan Coyote
Dan Kirkwood of Juneau in late November released a new record with his New York City band Obiwan Coyote. It’s an album heavily influenced by Juneau’s dance scene, and it’s Kirkwood’s fourth.
Southeast in Sepia: A short history of alcohol and bars in Alaska
Alcohol has long been a part of Alaskan culture, and Alaskans have a legendary thirst for alcoholic beverages. The remoteness of Alaska, seasonal darkness, isolation, and loneliness creates a tremendous need to socialize, which provides a unique niche for bars to prosper.
A Q&A with prolific Juneau artist Devita Stipek Writer
Juneau artist Devita Stipek Writer has been painting with oils and acrylics for more than 40 years. Her abstract paintings feature Southeast landscapes, frequently of the sun setting, casting an array of vivid colors for her to capture on her canvas. She completes her paintings outdoors directly on the scene, a method known as plein air.
SHI seeks goat horns to help revive traditional art
Sealaska Heritage Institute is reaching out to hunters to help revitalize the endangered art of Tlingit mountain goat horn spoon carving.
Healing totem pole taking shape
Nicholas Galanin can’t wait to see the totem pole from far away.

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