There's an old truism that says March "comes in like a lion and leaves like a lamb." In Juneau, that was true in February. After a wet and warm January and a snowless December, February started with snow but finished drier and warmer than average.
A feast for the tastebuds and ears, the annual soul food dinner hosted by Juneau's Black Awareness Association and Juneau Cabaret was one to remember. More than a hundred Juneau residents came together at Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall on Feb.
How seasoned does a chef need to be to start a business or receive an award? Some might consider the culinary and entrepreneurial minds behind some of Juneau's hippest restaurants green, but they're ready to prove otherwise.
JUNEAU - This week marks the halfway point in the scheduled 90-day session. It also marks the week when some legislators head to Washington, D.C., for meetings related to energy, economic issues and the Arctic.
Thumbs up to endurance. On Saturday afternoon, Scott Faeo and Eric Quam rode their snowmachines across the Iron Dog finish line in Fairbanks, ending a grueling 2,000-mile competition that earned them a $50,000 top prize.
Leoš Janáček’s opera “The Cunning Little Vixen” (“Příhody lišky Bystroušky”) is somewhat difficult to describe, said Opera to Go's artistic director William Todd Hunt. Based on a serialized comic ... Read More
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