Rosie Humphery, executive director of the Juneau Lyric Opera and a producer of "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change," provides musical accompaniment during the show's April 5 performance at McPhetres Hall. The show continues through this weekend. Tickets and showtimes are available at www.juneauopera.org.
In 1964, I was living in Juneau and working for the Alaska Communication System (ACS) at the Lena Point Station, 18 miles north of town. On Good Friday, March 27, a couple of friends and I went out to dinner at a nice restaurant. After the meal, we went back to their apartment.
The Alaska Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation is inviting interested organizations to apply for a one-time $15,000 grant that can be used for snowmachine safety and trail signing/marking projects on trails used as transportation corridors in rural Alaska.
I hate politics, but sometimes I get forced to climb into that particular sandbox and try to play nice with a bunch of people who for the most part don't appreciate, understand, or even tolerate beer despite its proven force as an economic engine in most areas where breweries exist.
On the side of a mountain on Kasaan Peninsula on the east coast of Prince of Wales Island, my husband Frank, Arlene Pickrell and I sat on a pile of waste tailings looking down at the remains of the Mt. Andrew copper mining site.
Juneau Symphony Orchestra director Kyle Wiley Pickett leads the orchestra and the Juneau Bach Society Chorus in a performance of the Mozart Requiem Mass in D Minor K. 626 on Saturday, April 4 in the Juneau-Douglas High School auditorium.