Haida carver TJ Young works with apprentice Jerrod Galanin on the Eagle totem pole for the Gajaa Hít building in July. TJ and his brother, Joe, have been working on two poles and a screen to replace the aging ones in front of the building. The totem poles will be erected today at 11:30 a.m. during an event at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall on Willoughby Avenue.
Friends of the Juneau Public Libraries, a non-profit organization that assists the library with special projects, is helping to raise funds for the ongoing construction of the new Mendenhall Valley Public Library by taking orders for...
Two unusual Alaskan guidebooks are set to be released this fall.
In November, Shorefast Editions will release "Beers of the North: A Field Guide to Alaska & the Yukon" by Clint J. Farr, Katie Devereaux and Colleen Mondor.
Juneau's Poetry OmniBus contest is currently accepting submissions from local poets through Oct. 15.
Local poets from fourth grade through adult may enter to have their work considered for placement on Capital City Transit buses.
Daughters of the New Moon will host five workshops and a dance performance this week, featuring visiting instructor Karim Nagi.
Nagi is a native Egyptian drummer, DJ, composer and folk dancer who arrived in the US in high school.
This Friday's Evening at Egan lecture will feature Dr. Tom Thornton, who will present "Raven, Rocks, and the Anthropocene: The Bird's-Eye View of Future Earth."
His talk begins at 7 p.m. at the Egan Library.