Frank Kaash Katasse, Eagle-Tsaagweidi, poses in a vest his aunt finished for him the day of the Walter Soboleff Building opening ceremonies. Katasse grew up on Douglas Island and is vice president of Juneau-Douglas Little Theatre, an improvisational actor with Morally Improv-erished, and is involved with Perseverance Theatre and Theatre in the Rough. His script about a young half-Tlingit boy's time with his grandparents and cousin in an unnamed Southeast Alaskan village, "They Don't Talk Back," recently won an award through Native Voices at the Autry.
The impact of the Southeast Alaskan environment on residents and visitors can’t be measured, but it can be appreciated, particularly in the work and words of the region’s scientists, writers, artists and culture bearers. A handful of...
Haines author Heather Lende will be in Juneau this weekend as part of her Southeast book tour following the publication of her latest work, "Find The Good: Unexpected Life Lessons from a Small-Town Obituary Writer.
Award-winning stand-up comic, counselor and author David Granirer will be the featured performer during this weekend's Comedy for a Cause event, scheduled for Sunday, May 31, at the JACC. Doors open at 3:30 p.m.
From the perspective of Paul, the grandfather in the play
I remember being just little. I was walking along a beach digging for clams. My Grampa and me. He was just old at the time, and he sat down to rest on every log he could find.
MUSIC & DANCE Live music: Jacob Pickard, 10 p.m. Friday, May 29, McGiveney's. Live music: Kari Groven & the Wristrockets, 10 p.m., Saturday, May 30, McGiveney's. EVENTS & PRESENTATIONS Drawing Night, 6-8 p.m.