Shorefront mural takes shape before Ketchikan’s eyes
Three miles, 20 feet, 25 days: Those are the specifications for Ricardo J. Búrquez’s “My World” mural project. It’s an ambitious project, both for the artist and the Ketchikan Area Arts and Humanities Council.
Black wolf display nears completion
Still around $5,000 left to gather to make display possible
The Addams Family comes to Juneau
Juneau-Douglas High School Theatre is performing “The Addams Family Musical” for one weekend only.
True confession time: I don’t keep a lot of leftovers. Part of that is because The Captain tends to eat everything at dinner, which is nice and I’m trying to cook smaller portions.
Stacking Firewood: With a guide to finding a good marriage
Heating with Wood, Part IX A few weeks ago my neighbor and I were talking firewood. Specifically, we were talking about whether to stack with the bark up or the bark down.
It was a rough salmon season at most Alaska regions this summer, with Bristol Bay the big exception. While sockeye catches exceeded expectations, all other species came up short. But salmon stakeholders can take heart that the fish is moving swimmingly to market.

What is your favorite Halloween candy and why?
Butterfingers, because it’s nice and crunchy chocolate. Timothy, Juneau Resident
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