This past summer I had the pleasure of performing in Perseverance Theatre's SummerFest, which saw three plays performed in repertory format at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center (JACC).
Last week, I was fortunate to be able to go to Palmer to represent the Capital City at the Juneau Booth at the Alaska State Fair.
...declaration of candidacy, they must provide "clear and convincing" evidence to the director of the DOE to be allowed to run. Ben Brown, the communications coordinator for the Capital City Republicans, said the DOE should have required something independently...
Having been born and raised in Southcentral Alaska, I am familiar with earthquakes. As a boy I became accustomed to the experience, and of not knowing when the scary shaking would end.I've lived in Southeast for almost two decades now; for a period I thought I'd moved away from this natural excitement. Friday morning's earthquake, and the others we've experienced in the past year, reminded me there's no place on Earth safe from the power of nature. Wherever we go, we're subject to the immeasurable power of the natural world, a sobering reminder of our mortality.
...Rough co-founder Katie Jensen as Masha; Perseverance company member Enrique Bravo as her young boyfriend, Spike; and Ben Brown and Patricia Hull as Masha's siblings, Vanya and Sonia.For more information visit perseverancetheatre.org.
New Pathways Alaska is an exciting new program of the Rasmuson Foundation in partnership with the Alaska State Council on the Arts (ASCA), the Foraker Group and EmcArts, a New York-based national non-profit.
...Rough co-founder Katie Jensen as Masha; Perseverance company member Enrique Bravo as her young boyfriend, Spike; and Ben Brown and Patricia Hull as Masha's siblings, Vanya and Sonia.Rotch said locals will particularly appreciate seeing these...
The 28th Alaska Legislature wrapped up its work and adjourned Friday, a few days past the 90-day time limit narrowly imposed by voters in 2006.
Alaskans in general (and Juneauites in particular) have many opportunities to enjoy artistic and cultural opportunities.
While the snowy signs of winter persist atop the mountains surrounding Alaska's beautiful capital city, down at sea level spring is in the air as sunlight draws life back up from the earth.
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