It's certainly beginning to feel like summer is coming to an end here in Juneau.
Capital City Weekly Over the past few years, many local arts groups have celebrated 40th anniversaries - the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council, Juneau Dance Theatre, and Juneau Lyric Opera, just to name a few.
As runners it's easy to thrive on the times when we have a strong and consistent desire to get out the door and go for a run. Sometimes running comes naturally, and the more we run, the more we want to run.
In Tenakee Springs and other rural towns in Southeast Alaska, medical specialists think they've found a way to replace medevac flights. It comes on a little cart.
Mary Becker, center, thanks Dennis Vermillion, Chairman of the Board for AEL&P and Vice President of Avista Corp. and Kristine Meyer, executive director of the Avista Foundation for a $10,000 donation to the Seward Sculpture Committee at the Dimond Courthouse Plaza on Thursday. Along with Becker are: Amy Skilbred. executive director of the Juneau Community Foundation; Carlton Smith and Eric Kueffner, president of the Board of Directors for JCF, left.
I like to think that I don't rely too much on running. I regularly take long breaks from it, as it generally feels mentally and psychologically good to do so. I don't feel like I need to do it everyday to be content and satisfied.
Alaska has a rich, long, and unique history of trail and mountain running. It is more a part of the culture in this state than it is anywhere else in North America.
The Juneau Housing First Collaborative held its second official board meeting Monday morning. Despite the group's momentum, one of the biggest topics was waiting.
There are a lot of things that are unique about trail running in Juneau.
It's no secret that running is a very simple activity. I've heard it romantically stated that all you need to be a runner is a pair of shoes.
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