Eleven years ago this summer, a few musicians sat around a campfire on a Sitka beach, playing their guitars and pondering the idea of a locally-grown music festival.
The documentary "Hunting in Wartime" gives veterans, family, and civilians alike a glimpse of the wartime - and post wartime - experiences of some of the 28 Hoonah Vietnam War-era veterans, 17 of whom served on the ground in Vietnam and 16 of whom made it back alive.
In his first solo show, up for all of July at the International Gallery of Contemporary Art in Anchorage, Juneau artist Ricky Tagaban creates for himself one identity from many.
For Erin Coughlin Hollowell, the poet who in early July became executive director of Alaska’s largest writing group, 49 Writers, part of being a writer is being a good literary citizen, and part of being a good literary citizen is generosity.
Many fish bites if you got good bait
Question: How do you feel about the Mississippi flag being flown in Juneau? (asked on Friday, before the flag was removed)
I feel fine about it, I do not associate it with racism. It could be my own ignorance.
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