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Arts & Culture

Reid Harris, owner of Northern Edge Craftworks, creates live-edge tables, benches, and other furnishings using locally sourced, sustainable wood. On the underside of each piece, he even stamps the GPS location where the tree was harvested. A show of his work will be up at The Canvas at REACH until July 26. This table incorporates live edge covered by glass, which is reflecting a piece of art by Abe Wylie. Mary Catharine Martin | Capital City Weekly

Northern Edge Craftworks highlights local trees' unique stories

Burls, whorls, knots, spalting — the creations of Reid Harris, co-owner of Northern Edge Craftworks, highlight a story unique to each tree he hand-crafts into a table, a bench, or another piece of furniture.

by MARY CATHARINE MARTIN
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All Juneau's a stage at Shakespeare First Folio exhibit

The people at the State Library Archives and Museum were stunned to hear, in February 2015, that they were chosen as Alaska's location to host Shakespeare First Folio.
RANDI SPRAY
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First Folio: The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare

Opening reception, Tuesday, July 26, 1-5 p.m. Alaska State Museum. Exhibit hours: Monday-Saturday, noon-5 p.m. Admission is free for exhibit and all related events. Last day: Wednesday, Aug. 24. Exhibit will close at 5 p.m...
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In the works with Grace Coenraad

If you went to the Canvas’ May show, you likely remember Grace Coenraad’s minimalist, dense works of art, full of shading and detail, sometimes overlaying multiple mediums — graphite, ink, markers. Some of them include bursts of bright...
MARY CATHARINE MARTIN
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Champion fiddler to perform in Juneau with renowned Irish band Lúnasa

JUNEAU — An Alaska Folk Festival favorite, champion fiddler Caitlin Warbelow will soon make a rare Juneau appearance with members of the world-renowned Irish band Lúnasa, including Patrick Doocey on guitar and Kevin Crawford on flute.
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Ketchikan Museums welcome new curator of exhibits

Steven Villano began his post as the new curator of exhibits of Ketchikan Museums July 5.
Capital City Weekly
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Artists can now apply to show at state museum

The Alaska State Museum is now accepting applications for solo exhibitions by individual Alaska artists.
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JAHC hosts arts complex open house

The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council is hosting the second of three open houses with the architects of the planned arts complex from 5-7 p.m. July 26 in the Mendenhall Valley library.
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Young readers review books

Each week throughout the summer, the Juneau Public Libraries, in collaboration with the Friends of the Juneau Public Libraries and local businesses, award young readers various prizes for writing book reviews about their favorite summer...
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STAR festival begins

Perseverance Theatre's STAR Festival of plays begins Friday, July 22. Tickets are on sale now. STAR students have been working all summer and they will perform three different shows.
Capital City Weekly
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Juneau Cabaret to perform July 31

Local singers and accompanists will perform via Juneau Cabaret on July 31 at the Rockwell Ballroom. Vocalists range from students to semi-professionals. Songs include jazz standards, musical theatre songs, and some pop songs.

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