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JUNEAU — Juneau’s Empty Chair Project committee announces the release of its book “Quiet Defiance: Alaska’s Empty Chair Story,” written by the project’s co-founder, author Karleen Grummett.
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The public is invited to be part of a TV audience for the taping of “The Alaska Legacy of William Seward,” a program discussing the legacy of U.S. Secretary William H. Seward.
‘A 40-year contemplation’ of Glacier Bay
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“Everything They Wanted: Muz and Joe, Reid Inlet, and Glacier Bay” — Book One of “If a Place Could Speak,” by Judith B. Aftergut
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JUNEAU — In the first concert of its 13th season, Gold Street Music will feature The Huckleberry Pickers
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JUNEAU — There will be two meet and greets for the three students in Juneau this year through the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study program (YES program,) which brings students from countries with significant Muslim populations to study in the United States.
Anonymous zine features Juneau artists
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If you’ve been downtown in the last few months, you might have noticed — amidst all the tourists — a new zine has hit the shelves.
Installation to raise awareness of Juneau’s 200-some homeless
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JUNEAU — The City and Borough of Juneau is participating in a national project to raise awareness about homelessness in town.
Personal decisions define Homer authors’ first book
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Jackinsky to give presentation, sign books in Juneau on Sept. 23-24.
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I arrived at the Gustavus airport from Seattle my first year in Glacier Bay on the afternoon jet. The plane flew north over Puget Sound above waters that stretch for a thousand miles through fjords and islands carved by ice during a series of ice ages.
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JUNEAU — The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council is hosting “Boogie on Da Bayou,” a volunteer fundraising dinner and dance to help victims of recent floods in Louisiana.
‘A landmark addition’ to Alaskan writing
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Petersburg bookseller reviews LGBTQ fiction, poetry anthology, “Building Fires in the Snow”
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KETCHIKAN—The fall to spring schedule is open for Totem Heritage Center’s Native Arts Studies Program. The first class is “Introduction to Power Tools,” taught Oct. 10—12 by carpenter and carving enthusiast Jebidiah Knutsen.
Preserving petroglyphs
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Some may call Alaska “The Last Frontier,” but evidence of Alaska Natives’ thousands of years here is etched right into the rocks.
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Cesar Garfiaz, one of the country’s foremost salsa rueda instructors, will be teaching a weekend of salsa rueda, beginning with the basic steps.
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JUNEAU — An intensive three-day workshop for violin, viola, cello and double bass students in October will include master classes, small and large ensembles, and orchestra class for string students grades 4 -12.
Second time around: Matisyahu returns to Alaska
web-posted Wednesday, September 21, 2016
The first time I caught Matisyahu — Christmas Eve, 2003 at a club in Brooklyn — he was like nothing I’d ever seen. And musically, I’d seen a lot.
Art in unusual places
web-posted Wednesday, September 21, 2016
The Capital City Weekly welcomes reader-submitted images of art in unusual or unexpected places.
Meals with Midgi: How to make friends and influence people
web-posted Wednesday, September 21, 2016
There’s an old saying that “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” I have always stood by this adage and found it to be true.
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