Honoring Alaska's WWII history
In an old Army Air Force hangar in Yakutat, Bob Miller has boxes of World War II-era letters from soldiers to loved ones. He has more than 400 posters exhorting the reader to "do your part," or fight for "freedom from fear," or remember December 7. He has Disney drawings from the war.
A Day in the Life of: Kadashan
Yakutat - After he graduated from Mount Edgecumbe High School in Sitka, Bertrand J. Adams Sr., who writes under his Tlingit name, Kadashan, didn't want to go to college.
JDT celebrates 40 with Spring Concert
Juneau Dance Theatre will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a Spring Dance Concert on May 1, 2, 3, at the Thunder Mountain High School auditorium.
29th Annual Juneau Jazz & Classics festival
The 29th annual Juneau Jazz & Classics festival kicks off this weekend with the modern gospel, soul and R&B sounds of the Jones Family Singers Friday night at Centennial Hall, and continues without pause until swing revival band Big Bad Voodoo Daddy plays the same stage May 16. In between, music of many different genres will grace venues traditional and unusual all over town, performed by musicians renowned for their talents. It all happens thanks to the efforts of artistic director Linda Rosenthal, who founded the festival in 1987 along with a small group of musicians and supporters. Here's a quick look at what's happening and who will be performing this year. For full details, visit http://www.jazzandclassics.org,
May First Friday Art Walk
May's First Friday Art Walk includes participation by local businesses gearing up for the tourist season, as well as a four-part opening of summer exhibits at the Juneau Douglas City Museum. Read on for details.

If you could choose one age to be for the rest of your life, what age would you choose and why?
"Dirty thirty, when I got together with the love of my life."
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