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  1. Q&A with photographer Frank Lynn Pierce: 'Lost in the moment'Read the original story

    Jun 14, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    Longtime Juneau resident Frank Lynn Pierce is an accomplished photographer, featuring landscapes, animals and bits of history. He won Alaska Magazine's 2015 photo contest with the image of a lynx taking a drink from a stream 10 feet away from him, and his work also made the magazine's cover.

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  2. a Q&a with playwright of a oeRunning with Pretty Sharp ThingsaRead the original story

    Jun 14, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    Aaron Elmore, along with his wife Katie Jensen and Theatre In The Rough - the company they co-founded - has been expertly bringing live theater to Juneau since 1991. This week marks a milestone as the company completes its 25th season with Elmore's first penned play "Running with Pretty Sharp Things," an ambitious comedy from the writer, director and actor.

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  3. What's Happening the week of June 7-13Read the original story

    Jun 7, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    No Evidence of Disease, Thursday, June 8, 7:30-10 p.m., JACC. Six gynecologic oncology surgeons from across the country promote awareness and education.

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  4. A tribute to the movie maestro: John WilliamsRead the original story

    Jun 7, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    The Juneau Symphony's close of the season concert is approaching quickly and it promises to be nothing but extraordinary, and will give the audience a unique insight on what classical music can be. "We're very excited about ," Juneau Symphony's Executive Director Laura Haywood said.

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  5. All gynecologic oncologist rock band a get their groove onaRead the original story

    Jun 7, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    The night of Thursday, June 8 will be a time for celebrating life, recovery and independent rock music. Six gynecologic oncologists are bringing their band No Evidence of Disease or N.E.D to the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.

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  6. What's happening the week of May 24-30Read the original story

    May 24, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    Historic downtown walking tour, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 1:30-3 p.m. until Sept. 21, 2017.

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  7. 2017 Rasmuson Art Acquisition Grant funds City Museum artworkRead the original story

    May 24, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    The Juneau-Douglas City Museum has been awarded funds from the Museums Alaska Art Acquisition Fund, supported by the Rasmuson Foundation, to purchase artworks from two Juneau artists: Abel Ryan and Mary Ellen Frank. The fund was established by the Rasmuson Foundation over a decade ago to benefit active collecting and exhibiting institutions, and to support contemporary Alaskan artists.

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  8. Writers' Weir: Winter at Kona Reef, HawaiiRead the original story

    May 24, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    Dr. Richard Gard moved to Juneau in 1962. He has worked for the Auke Bay Laboratory and the University of Alaska.

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  9. What's Happening the week of May 17-23Read the original story

    May 17, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    Historic downtown walking tour, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 1:30-3 p.m. until Sept. 21, 2017.

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  10. Woodshed Kings: Cleaning the chimneyRead the original story

    May 17, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    Stoves are meant to take the heat. Chimneys aren't. That's why flammable creosote in a chimney is problematic.

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  11. Raven totem pole serves as memorial of past, hope for futureRead the original story

    May 17, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    In one way, Saturday's totem pole raising ceremony at Gastineau Elementary School felt like the culmination of a decades-long process. At the same time, those on hand were excited for it to mark the beginning of a new era as well.

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  12. Juneau surgeon sings on composition for Fairbanks FourRead the original story

    May 17, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    The first thing that jumps out during a visit with Juneau surgeon Dr. David Miller is the man's humility. Though he possesses world-class skills as an opera singer and has worked side by side with celebrated composers, singers and musicians, he is not always comfortable discussing his own contributions.

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  13. Writers' Weir: Clove, Simba, and Mr. FishieRead the original story

    May 10, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    Wagoner contributes this piece in observance of the National Pet Week and Be Kind to Animals Week and National Pet Month . She also authored the poems: "Wounded Eagle's Nest," "Season's Reflection," "Where is Heaven?" and "A Sonata for Pa."

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  14. Alaska for Real: Pizza delivery in the wildernessRead the original story

    May 10, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    If there is one luxury bush dwellers envy city dwellers for, it's pizza delivery. When I was a kid every teacher of the bush school I attended decided this was an exploitable situation and used it in order to help finance school field trips.

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  15. Concert review: Legendary mastersRead the original story

    May 10, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    There's an old story about a reviewer who wrote, "Last night, the Philharmonic played Brahms. Brahms lost!" Well, nobody lost when the Juneau Symphony Orchestra ended the month of April with a performance of music by Mozart, Bernstein, and Elgar.

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  16. a oeWhistling Down the Winda comes to JuneauRead the original story

    May 10, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    Louisiana, 1959: a small town has come together to capture a criminal wandering the streets. Known as "The Man," the bitter outlaw settles upon a barn to hide himself, only to be discovered by the town youth.

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  17. Freezer Fish: What to do until the sockeyes comeRead the original story

    May 3, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    Cases of canned fish and a full freezer are wonderful things in fall - but spring, being the season of renewal, is a time to draw down the larder in anticipation of re-stocking with fresh salmon. My family and I try to pace our supply to run out in early June.

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  18. Meet five UAS graduates: a A step to ParnassusaRead the original story

    May 3, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    Graduating from college is a momentous occasion filled with silly hats and cards of congratulations, but as a graduating student, I can say that there is much more to this life event than that. Dictionary.com says that the word "graduation" comes from the Latin word "gradus" meaning grade or simply, a step.

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  19. A dispatch from Juneau from the editorRead the original story

    May 3, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    I've spent the last four years writing and editing for the Capital City Weekly. Those four years have made for positive, lasting memories.

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  20. First Friday listings for May 5Read the original story

    May 3, 2017 | Capital City Weekly

    SHI will offer free admission to the exhibit "Alaska Native Masks: Art & Ceremony" in the Nathan Jackson Gallery. The exhibit features more than 50 masks from across the state; new masks have been recently added.

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