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KLAS STOLPE | JUNEAU EMPIRE
Ketchikan High School senior Alexandria Roberts warms up her flute as Southeast Music Festival students gather in the Juneau-Douglas High School auxilary gym on Thursday night prior to performing in the JDHS Auditorium. The public can watch performances on Friday and Saturday night at 6 p.m. in the auditorium.

Winds and strings and pianos, oh my!

No, the tourist season did not begin early. The governor has not put the legislature out on the streets.

by Klas Stolpe
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'The mountain is massive, the mountain is mist'

Acclaimed local author Stuart Archer Cohen wasn’t referring to himself or writing when he described Juneau as an incubator of world-class talent — although with three novels (soon to be four) translated into more than 10 different...
Geoff Kirsch
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Poetry reading scheduled for April 19

Poetry reading scheduled for April 19 In honor of Poetry Month, observed nationally in April, the Burn Thompson Writing Group will host a public Poetry Reading at the Juneau Public Library. The reading will be held Sunday, April 19, from 2...
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On Writing: Moses and Me

I'm on the verge of retiring from my job as a technical editor for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration here in Juneau.
JIM HALE
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A day in the life of Rosa Miller

Auk Kwaan tribal leader Rosa Miller began breaking glass ceilings young.
MARY CATHARINE MARTIN
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Juneau-born band Shiver Twins takes on Seattle

Former Juneau band Shiver Twins recently took a leap of faith into the unknown, leaving the safety and support of Juneau’s familiar venues for the opportunity and excitement of Seattle.
DONNA CASHEN
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A name restored

When the U.S. Forest Service’s revised map of the Juneau Icefield is printed next month, it will contain an original Tlingit place name for the first time: Tlaxhsatanjín, which can be translated as “idle hands” or “hands at rest.”
Katie Spielberger
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What's happening this week

Theater at Latitude 58: "The Tempest" by William Shakespeare, 7-9 p.m., Friday, April 17, 2 and 9 p.m., Saturday, April 18, and 2 p.m. Sunday, April 19. McPhetres Hall. Directed by Karen Allen.
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Tracy LaBarge, Juneau entrepreneur

Much of Juneau entrepreneur Tracy LaBarge's business success comes down to offhand comments, relationships, and a comfort with risk.
MARY CATHARINE MARTIN
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JAHC to host Mexican Brass Quintet Sunday

JAHC to host Mexican Brass Quintet April 19 The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council' will host Metales M5, a Mexican Brass ensemble, on Sunday, April 19. The group, hailed as Mexico's leading brass quintet, will perform at 7 p.m.
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First Annual Southeast Alaska Cannabis Celebration to be held Friday in Juneau

First Southeast Alaska Cannabis Celebration to be held Friday in Juneau The First Southeast Alaska Cannabis Celebration will be held Friday, April 17, at 5 p.m. at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.
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"Wait Wait Don't Tell Me" returns to Sitka April 17

Sitka's version of the "Wait Wait Don't Tell Me" radio show returns April 17, at 7 p.m, at the Harrigan Centennial Hall.
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29th Annual International Folk Festival and Seventh Annual Spring Show in Skagway

Less than a week after the last act took to the Centennial Hall stage during the 41st Annual Alaska Folk Festival in Juneau, musicians are gearing up to perform in a more intimate setting up in Skagway. The Skagway Arts Council will...
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Alaska State Improv Festival set for April 23-26 in Juneau

The Alaska State Improv Festival returns to McPhetres Hall for a third year, with the ImprovBoston All-Stars, Joyride, and Tall Grande Venti as this year's headliners.
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Art Meets Science Week to be held at UAS April 13-19

Art Meets Science Week to be held at UAS April 13-19 The University of Alaska Southeast Juneau campus will host a presentation series, Art Meets Science, April 13-19.
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Perseverance and UAS to present Chekhov's "The Sneeze" April 17-19

Peserverance and UAS to present Chekhov's "The Sneeze" April 17-19 Perseverance Theatre and University of Alaska Southeast will present Anton Chekhov's "The Sneeze" at 7:30 p.m.
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Art in Unusual Places

The CCW welcomes reader-submitted images of art in unusual or unexpected places. Photographers of all levels of ability are invited to send in images of natural or urban subjects that they find artistically inspiring or intriguing.
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Juneau Community Foundation announces upcoming scholarship, grant deadlines

The Juneau Community Foundation has announced the availability of the Margaret Frans Brady Fund Scholarship, the Simon and Anna Kirk Memorial Scholarship, and grants through the Douglas-Dornan Foundation Fund, with deadlines approaching...
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Registration opens for Tutka Bay Writers Retreat

49 Writers' Tutka Bay Writers Retreat, scheduled for September 11-13 at the Tutka Bay Lodge, is currently accepting registrations. The theme of this year's retreat is "When the Words Burn.
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Forest Service to host Earth Day celebration April 18 at Mendenhall Glacier

The US Forest Service is hosting a community Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 18, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center.
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Movie guide

For complete listings, visit www.juneaumovies.com.
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