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New Heacox novel celebrates Tlingit canoe culture

...profound moment in Tlingit history, a time of survival and hope."Heacox, who is strongly influenced by the writer Edward Abbey, doesn't shy away from the political: it's part of a writer's duty to address what he or she feels needs addressing...
Rock slide blocks glacier trail

...The whole area has changed," said Larry Musarra, director of the visitor center. He said, quoting the late writer Edward Abbey, that people who travel over the rocks certainly have the right to put life and limb in danger. The rocks are still...
Views on 'The Blue Bear'

...examining the relationship between people and nature through various readings that include Henry David Thoreau, John Muir, Edward Abbey and Lynn Schooler. After viewing "The Blue Bear" performance this past Thursday, students submitted responses to...
Juneau writer Brown is showcased in latest volume of nature writing

...she moved to Juneau, Alaska." Murray sees her prose as evoking at points "the best of such diverse writers as Edward Abbey and Normal MacLean" - high praise indeed. Subjects in the volume include the redwood tree, encounters with bats...
Eleanor Anderson

...William Sound and safaried in Kenya. Her family said she loved Juneau and its natural setting. Her favorite author was Edward Abbey. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Robert Twomley; and second husband, Ralph Anderson. She is survived...
Young blues guitarist David Jacobs-Strain wrestles with tradition

...who bears the cost of war, is stoked by a reggae-funk jam-band rhythm. "Rainbow Junkies," a tribute to author Edward Abbey's band of eco-warriors in "The Monkey Wrench Gang," is built on a slowed-down Bo Diddley beat, while "Say...


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