A musical line stretching through time
How do you define “music?”That’s something Ed Littlefield thought about for six months as part of an undergraduate class, it’s something he’s been thinking about since, and it’s a question he posed to the attendees at an April 21 “Art of Place” lecture on “Tlingit Music — Past, Present and Future.”
Alaska State Improv Festival returns for fifth year of shows, workshops
Thanks to producer Eric Caldwell, co-producer M.D. Christenson and nearly a dozen volunteers, the Alaska State Improv Festival (AS IF) will be returning to Juneau for a fifth year, hosting 24 groups over a five day period in shows and workshops.
Tidelines tour discusses  signal-to-noise ratio in Southeast
This week, a group of five artists are sleeping in a ferry’s solarium, chatting with strangers and admiring the mountains and waterways of the Inside Passage as they head for their final destination: Sitka.
Halfway to the Hobbit Hole
The Inian Islands Institute has passed the halfway mark of its $1,000,000 campaign to purchase what’s known as “The Hobbit Hole,” a five-acre former homestead on the Inian Islands.
SEATOR: Southeast’s shellfish safety squad
The Southeast Alaska Tribal Ocean Research partnership (SEATOR) was formed by the Sitka Tribe of Alaska in 2013 as a network of tribal governments, universities, and nonprofits to monitor harmful algae blooms in the state.

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