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Kethcikan Museums welcome new director

She has lived in a variety of places such as Aalborg, Denmark; Tlaxiaco, Mexico; most recently Lafayette, Louisiana, and once she stayed at a 11th century castle in Alnwick, England. Lee Gray of Minnesota will take the reins. and Saturday, Jan. There will be community forums at the Ketchikan Public Library for discussions on the

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Writers’ Weir: The Family at Eagle Rock

But my stiff old fingers moved slowly, and barely one photo I’d bagged, when another one flew past our window, adding wonder to my shock. His white-headed parent passed over, and rose to perch on a snag. To submit to Writers’ Weir, email editor Mary Catharine Martin at editor@capweek.com. Robert Winfree celebrates the wonders of

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The House that Gruening Built

I imagine Ernest holding a pen, while Dorothy sketches the view, of mountains and sea through bay windows, the same glass that now I gaze through. THE HOUSE THAT GRUENING BUILT BY ROBERT WINFREE The plaque on the wall had told us, that a statesman built this fine place. In mind’s eye I’m seeing his

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Local documentary maker turns camera to a romantic comedy

The next phase, post-production, has been longer. He just asked people he knew to take part. Also, to pay the actors, rent the equipment and other expenses amounted to $7,000. Crowder, who has done plays with Perseverance Theatre, only had a short space of time to learn all of Hedges’ former lines, which he did

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AWARE celebrates 40th birthday with concert

She calls AWARE “an excellent community partner that provides vital services regarding domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.” The event’s other sponsors include the Alaskan Brewery, B’s Bakery, Chef Stef, Coppa, EVENT! They are available online, at the JAHC, Hearthside Books and at the door. Tickets ($40 admits two) include music, sweets and a

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Con Brio Chamber Series presents “Low Brass Music and Other Noises”

The final concert in the four-program series will be Rites of Spring – featuring French music for harp, flute, strings and piano on April 14 and 15 to benefit Juneau Alaska Music Matters (JAMM). Giorgio, Truitt and Ayer are the bulwark of Juneau Symphony’s low brass section, while trombonist Roger Schmidt hails from Sitka where

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Ben Huff to give final Alaska Positive lecture

21. This free event will be held at the Father Andrew P. Huff to lecture Alaska Positive, the Alaska State Museum’s biennial photo exhibit, will soon come to close on Jan. The final lecturer will be local photographer and founder of the independent publisher Ice Fog Press, Ben Huff. Kashevaroff building at 5:30 p.m. on

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‘Piano Tide’ offers a story of environmental ethics in Southeast Alaska

“The characters just walked into my life laughing, so what can you do then?” • Contact Capital City Weekly managing editor Mary Catharine Martin at maryc.martin@capweek.com. Axel, for instance, represented the anthropocentric point of view, she said. ‘PIANO TIDE’ AND ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS BY MARY CATHARINE MARTIN CAPITAL CITY WEEKLY A woman with a piano, a

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The Canvas annual fundraiser

Canvas fundraiser The Canvas at REACH’s annual fundraising dinner is Feb. Handcrafted plates by ceramics studio manager Alex Botelho will be attendees’ to keep. 4. at The Canvas and costs $60 a plate. There will be live music, a silent auction, and a dinner prepared by Sandpiper Café chef Joe Manning. The menu will be

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‘Piano Tide’ excerpt: August 24

Long antennae reach toward the dying and the dead. A hermit crab reaches tentatively for torn flesh. When the banquet is finished, there is no flesh, only skeletons and strips of white skin, swaying. He vomits salmon tails and trailing intestines that sink through the currents. It’s the flood tide of the dog-salmon moon, the

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Rasmuson has new board member, two new staff

She recently led the Marketing and Communications Department at the University of Alaska Anchorage-Matanuska-Susitna College campus. She also serves as an adjunct professor in the business department at the university. Lifelong Alaskan Kris Palmatier joined the Foundation staff as accounting manager in 2016. Smith has more than 20 years of experience as a senior corporate

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Haines duo to exhibit encaustic art

“We work on them for a while and then we switch, and I might work on that one for a while and then I’ll work on his for awhile, and then we switch again,” she said. Haines duo to exhibit beach-themed encaustic art Haines­—Sam Jackson and Rebecca Brewer stumbled onto their new medium by accident.

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PeaceHealth Medical Group to have ear, nose and throat specialist

Ketchikan to have new visiting ear, nose, throat specialist Ketchikan — Nathan Christensen, M.D., has joined PeaceHealth Medical Group in Ketchikan as a visiting ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist. Christensen first joined PeaceHealth in 2013 after serving for four years in the United States Air Force. His training also prepares him to help with

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Juneau to have 6th annual Project Homeless Connect

The event will happen on Wednesday, Jan. 25, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. These services include: food, birth certificates and IDs, transportation, legal services, haircuts, veteran support, PFD and voter registration, housing assistance and wellness services and more. For more information or to volunteer, contact Shari or Tamara at 780-4475 or 780-4500. Juneau to have 6th

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Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center Fireside Lecture Series

Jans will autograph photos of the wolf and his books prior to and after the first lecture. Doors open for this special event at 5:30 p.m. and repeat at 8 p.m. The free lectures begin at 6:30 p.m. Call (907) 789-0097 for information. Jans’ presentations will include a narrated slide show featuring the wolf, and

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Artists invited to apply for Rasmuson Foundation grants

Distinguished Artist candidates are identified through a nomination process. Project Awards are available in 11 artistic disciplines: choreography, crafts, folk and traditional arts, literary arts/scriptworks, media arts, multidiscipline, music composition, new genre, performance art, presentation/interpretation and visual arts. Alaska artists at all stages of their careers can apply for grants in 11 disciplines. The Distinguished

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AWARE recruiting volunteers for youth empowerment programs

20 to learn more and register for the trainings at nataliew@awareak.org or 586-4902. The mandatory new coach training for Girls on the Run is scheduled for Jan. Coaches need not be runners; men and women of all ages, shapes, sizes and backgrounds are invited to participate. 28, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. AWARE recruiting volunteers for youth

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Craig Public Library awarded $1,000 NOAA PLACE Grant

Craig Public Library awarded $1,000 NOAA PLACE Grant CRAIG — The Craig Public Library has been awarded a $1,000 grant as part of the Public Libraries Advancing Community Engagement (PLACE) program funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Community members will read popular fiction and non-fiction books and watch human-interest videos about people

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Writers’ Weir: Days after the Winter Solstice

Days after the Winter Solstice BY RICHARD STOKES Even if you listen carefully you will not hear the shift of breathing in buds tightly clenched against winter. Deep in alder and cottonwood thickets a buzz has started as more photons of light cascade over the fist-tight buds than yesterday and the day before, beginning tingles

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SEAS shows sailing documentary

The showing will be at The Gold Town Nickelodeon at 6 p.m. The suggested $15 donation will go toward the club. Thursday, Jan. SEAS shows sailing documentary SouthEast Alaska Sailing Club will host a special showing of “The Weekend Sailor,” a documentary about how “in 1973, against veteran superstars of sailing, an inexperienced Mexican captain

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Third Annual Platypus-Con last weekend of January

War games, Magic: the Gathering and role-playing games will also be featured for people seeking an introduction to those types of games. 27 to Jan. Platypus-Con is a convention with a large game lending library, scheduled games to teach to participants, chances to win the games you play, tournaments and other events. The event will

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Anaktuvuk Pass mask on display at the Sheldon Jackson Museum

The museum has little information on the mask, but it was collected by former Sheldon Jackson Museum curator Esther Billman and purchased from Willie Hugo of Anaktuvuk Pass for $22. The details on the January Artifact of the Month and the time period in which it could have been purchased suggest that the mask is

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SEARHC can help with health insurance enrollment before deadline

People that would like assistance with the application process can call the Alaska Primary Care Association at 1-844-752-6725 or contact the SEARHC Outreach and Enrollment team at 966-8883, 966-8662 or toll-free at 1-855-966-8684 Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. There are two ways to pay for Premera Blue Cross coverage. The second is to

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Woosh Kinaadeiyí hosts spoken word workshop

The admission fee to take the workshop is a sliding scale of $10-25 (pay as you can), but if you are unable to financially contribute, send Woosh Kinaadeiyí an email at juneaupoetryslam@gmail.com or message Woosh Kinaadeiyí on its Facebook page, www.facebook.com/wooshpoetry, to discuss other ways to contribute. at the Mendenhall Valley Public Library, Woosh Kinaadeiyí

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Fumi Matsumoto to speak at “Coffee & Collections”

The Juneau-Douglas City Museum is located at Fourth & Main Streets, and its phone number is 586-3572. to noon, local artist Fumi Matsumoto will discuss art and history during the Juneau Douglas City Museum’s “Coffee and Collections.” Matsumoto will begin the presentation by showing the short, award-winning film “Honor & Sacrifice,” which tells the story

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Sexual assault survivor finds freedom in art inspired from her diary

The passages came from the pages of her diary the week following her rape in Italy ten years ago. Communicating her emotions isn’t something she’s good at, she said, but with art, she can turn her emotions into something visual. But the pictures become lighter and the words more hopeful and strong. “They are about

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The Palm Sunday avalanche on the Chilkoot Trail

Shortly before noon the party entered the same ravine and almost immediately a third of them were buried up to 50 feet by another avalanche, the fifth that day. Frank Norris was a seasonal historian at the park from 1983-1988. Karl Gurcke is the current park historian. The 2 a.m. Have a chance to send

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Letter from the editor: “Southeast in Sepia”

It shapes the stories we tell ourselves, which shape the people we become. — Mary Catharine Martin, Capital City Weekly managing editor I hope you look forward to this series as much as I do. History lives every day in each of us. This week we introduce a new column in the Capital City Weekly:

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New UAS welcome sign gives nod to cultural significance of campus location

He also noted that the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Native Education has been supportive of the concept. Returning University of Alaska Southeast students for the spring semester may note that the entrance sign has been replaced with a larger one with a key difference to the sign before: the inclusion of the Tlingit language. “The

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