Juneau Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. New Ranger takes reins of Petersburg DistrictRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Dave Zimmerman, Timber and Special Forest Products program manager for the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest in Medford, Ore., was recently named the new Petersburg District Ranger. His arrival date has not yet been determined.

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  2. Woosh Kinaadeiy to host workshop Sunday, Jan. 17Read the original story

    Jan 13, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Woosh Kinaadeiy will host a spoken word workshop on Sunday, Jan. 17 from 1-4 pm. The workshop will be held at Kindred Post, located at 145 South Franklin in Juneau.

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  3. Different place, same worldRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    The four Muslim high school students on exchange in Juneau for this academic year from Indonesia, Palestine, Egypt and Turkey have gotten at least one outlandish question: Do you have a family camel? People have asked about food; others have asked about clothing. Other questions are more related to the United States' current political climate, and the actions of ISIS and other terrorist groups.

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  4. 'Our Voices Will Be Heard': A universal story, a distinctive voiceRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    The following are excerpts from an interview with Vera Starbard and Larissa FastHorse conducted by Ishmael Hope one week prior to the world premiere of Starbard's debut play, "Our Voices Will Be Heard," directed by FastHorse. Starbard is an Tlingit and Dena'ina Athabascan playwright and journalist who was born in Craig and now lives in Anchorage; FastHorse is a playwright, choreographer and director from the Sicangu Lakota Nation who lives in Santa Monica, California; and Hope is a Juneau-based Tlingit and Iupiaq playwright and storyteller.

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  5. JUMP Society Winter Film Festival starts ThursdayRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    The JUMP Society Winter Film Festival will be held Thursday through Saturday, Jan. 14-16, and Friday Jan. 29. The festival, held biannually since 2002, showcases short films by local filmmakers, or those with a strong Juneau connection. Admission is free and tickets will be available at the Alaska Robotics gallery at 220 Front Street.

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  6. January First Friday Art WalkRead the original story

    Jan 6, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    This month's First Friday -- delayed by the New Year's holiday -- includes new work by Juneau artist Jacob Higgins at the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council Gallery and a student show by Juneau Douglas High School art students at the Canvas. Artist Jacob Higgins grew up in Juneau, and learned to paint at age 15 from his father, Arthur Higgins.

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  7. A crossroad and bridge: De Laguna's lasting impact on YakutatRead the original story

    Jan 6, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Editor's note: The following is a reprint of a story that first appeared in the Juneau Empire on Sept. 16, 2010.

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  8. Looking forwardRead the original story

    Jan 6, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Here's a look at a few of the big events planned in Southeast, in chronological order. Perseverance Theater will open the world premiere of "Our Voices Will be Heard" in Juneau on Jan. 15. Playwright Vera Starbard, who is of Tlingit and Dena'ina Athabascan heritage, was born in Craig and now lives in Anchorage, where she is the editor of First Alaskans Magazine.

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  9. Sealaska Heritage Institute and the Alaska State Library Historical...Read the original story

    Jan 6, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Sealaska Heritage Institute and the Alaska State Library Historical Collections will sponsor a lecture on a well-known anthropologist who did field work in Southeast Alaska. Prof.

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  10. Whata s happeningRead the original story

    Dec 30, 2015 | Capital City Weekly

    The New Year's Eve Barn Dance features live French Canadian and Celtic music by the Taku Gaels. Tom Paul will teach and call contra and square dances.No experience or a partner are necessary.

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  11. Bright Moments from Around SoutheastRead the original story

    Dec 30, 2015 | Capital City Weekly

    Editor's note: Kathleen Light sent an image to represent several of the council's favorite art things: 'Rain, Wearable Art, and photography all rolled into one.' This wearable art piece, created by Ketchikan artist Halli Kenoyer, was in Ketchikan's 28th Annual Wearable Art Show, "World Beat".

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  12. Bright moments of 2015: JuneauRead the original story

    Dec 30, 2015 | Capital City Weekly

    This annual feature, which formerly appeared in the Juneau Empire's Arts section, is designed to celebrate creativity in all its forms. Each of the following lists of five memorable moments from 2015 presents just a tiny slice of the whole picture, as viewed through the words of one community member.

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  13. Local musician Kray Van Kirk aims to remake mythologies for the modern worldRead the original story

    Dec 23, 2015 | Capital City Weekly

    Juneau musician Kray Van Kirk is very conscious of the path he walks and what kind of a trace he'll leave. That's part of the reason, perhaps, that he fits such big ideas into his most recent 12-song album, "The Road to Elfland."

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  14. Juneau's Hidden History: Alaska Treasure Mine and the ghost town of Gastineau CityRead the original story

    Dec 23, 2015 | Capital City Weekly

    The history of the Alaska Treasure Mine begins in 1884, when William Thompson found mineralization on the south end of Douglas Island, in the Nevada Creek area. Unable to find any backers, Thompson didn't develop it and the area was abandoned.

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  15. 'From Cannery Row to Sitka'Read the original story

    Dec 23, 2015 | Capital City Weekly

    Ed Ricketts was a scientist, a writer, a father and a Renaissance man, the inspiration for the character of "Doc" in John Steinbeck's "Cannery Row" and an influence on generations of ecologists. He was also closely connected to the community of Sitka through research he conducted there in 1932, an experience that led to the publication of the seminal book "Between Pacific Tides," and to the development of his important theory of how waves impact intertidal ecological communities.

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  16. Juneau Lyric Opera to host Mid-Winter Vocal Festival Dec. 27-Jan. 3.Read the original story

    Dec 23, 2015 | Capital City Weekly

    Juneau Lyric Opera continues its 40th anniversary season celebration with the 27th annual Mid-Winter Vocal Festival Dec. 27-Jan. 3. Conductor Dr. Byron McGilvray, and pianist/vocal coach Janis Capelle, will be back to lead this year's vocal workshop with classes in Group Voice, Ensemble Singing, and the Festival Chorus. Group Voice: If you are a shower singer, or just need to brush up on the basic techniques of good singing, this is the class for you.

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  17. Making Local Work: Ewing Dry GoodsRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2015 | Capital City Weekly

    Dan Ewing's been through dark times, but he considers himself blessed - with his family, his business, and his faith, all central to his life. Ewing, who grew up in Juneau and graduated from Juneau-Douglas High School in 1995, got into heroin when he was only 16 something that in time, all but one of his best high school friends would die from.

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  18. Obit: Greg FiskRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2015 | Capital City Weekly

    Greg Fisk, Mayor of Juneau, passed away due to natural causes on Nov. 30, 2015 at his home in Juneau, at the age of 70. He was born Stephen Gregory Fisk, on Sept. 26, 1945 in Montreal, Quebec.

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  19. In memoriam: Juneau mayor Greg FiskRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2015 | Capital City Weekly

    At the end of October, I had the privilege of sitting down with Greg Fisk - Juneau's then recently elected mayor - to see how he was liking the job. I call this a privilege because Greg was always pleasant to speak with and, as a self-described "policy wonk," he was a reporter's dream to interview.

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  20. Juneau moms reaching out to help refugeesRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2015 | Capital City Weekly

    Most Syrian refugees have a long and winding path ahead of them. Some Juneau mothers, and a national organization they contribute to, want to help Syrian families travel that path together.

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