Of the many recent additions to Juneau — Delta Airlines, gluten-free dieting handcrafted gourmet rhubarb sorbet — none intrigues me more than the guttural, umlaut-inflected word that seems to be on everybody’s lips these days (once they...
For many families in Juneau, summer is winding down and coming to a bitter-sweet end. Stores across town are in the midst of their back-to-school sales as parents make their way down classroom supply lists.
I try to do something scary everyday. It's a good way to stay engaged and interesting. Luckily I scare easily so it is not that difficult. I flourish with regular rituals and patterns so it is tempting to get lulled into a comfortably...
From the Mendenhall Valley Library
Finn Kesey, age 9, won a gift certificate to Bullwinkle's Pizza Parlor.
He read "Total Soccer" by Dean Hughes.
He wrtoe, "One fascinating part of this book is when he makes a head shot for a goal.
Under Artistic Director Missouri Smyth and Tour Manager Amanda Blackgoat, members of the Alaska Youth Choir returned July 11 after participating in the week long Crossroads Children's Chorus Festival in Nashville, Tennessee.
Traditional native drums - soaked rawhide, stretched over a steamed oval alder frame and tightened with rawhide strands. Each piece once a living element endowed with a spirit. Each camper's personality and spirit added to their finished...
The entire Juneau Alaska Music Matters (JAMM) family would like to thank the Juneau community and school district for helping this instrumental music and school readiness program available to more children.
NEW YORK - It's a rite nearly as old as television: the morning after a new show premieres, network executives wait impatiently for the Nielsen company's estimate of how many people watched, and rush to report the first sign of a hit.