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In an article on the canoe expansion in Hoonah in the April 13-19 edition of the Capital City Weekly, the name of a man who led a prayer in Tlingit was written incorrectly. It is Bill Wilson, not Bill Gray Sr.
Kupreanof, Alaska’s smallest city, celebrates its 40th anniversary
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KUPREANOF — How does Alaska’s smallest city celebrate 40 years? By inviting the neighbors over for company. The community of Kupreanof offered free rides for the community of Petersburg to come visit during its anniversary celebration May 14, and people arrived en force.
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The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council announced May 11 that it received a $49,473 grant from the Juneau Community Foundation’s Performing Arts Center Fund for its Arts Complex project.
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The University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences in Juneau along with the Southeast Alaska Tribal Toxins (SEATT) partnership collected shellfish samples at Outer Point on Douglas Island to test for biotoxins, specifically paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP.
Art in unusual places
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The Capital City Weekly welcomes reader-submitted images of art in unusual or unexpected places. Photographers of all levels of ability are invited to send in images of natural or urban subjects that they find artistically inspiring or intriguing. Submit images to maryc.martin@capweek.com.
TMHS duck stamp winners
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Thunder Mountain High School 11th grade exchange student Rosa Annina Hagedorn of Berlin has won “Best in Show” for Alaska in the National Jr. Duck Stamp competition.
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JUNEAU — The 2016 Juneau Parade entry forms are available at Cycle Alaska in town and Mendenhall Valley Public Library. The parade theme is “patriotism.” It begins at 11 a.m. For comments or questions, please call 790-4444.
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Outhouse Spider By Jack Campbell
Juneau, Tenakee Springs, Hydaburg artists receive Rasmuson awards
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Five Southeast Alaskans received individual artist awards from the Rasmuson Foundation this year — Juneau photographer Ben Huff, Juneau photographer Patrice Aphrodite Helmar, Juneau poet Christy NaMee Eriksen, Hydaburg cedar bark weaver Jacinthe Two Bulls and Tenakee Springs puppeteer Darius Mannino.
Inside the SLAM: An exclusive preview
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On June 4, Southeast residents have a chance at a date with history: an exclusive preview tour for 200 people inside the new Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff State Library, Archives, and Museum.
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Explore Juneau’s downtown public art collection with the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council, which is offering guided tours this summer, led by local artists.
A dream come true
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KLUKWAN — The community heritage center has been a long time coming for Klukwan and they weren’t going to let 86-degree heat stop them from celebrating.
The Whale House and its art
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The ‘Sistine Chapel’ of the Tlingit finally on public display.
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