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Review: 'The Mountaintop'

I'll admit it: I was expecting a play about Martin Luther King, Jr.
Slack Tide: It's raining men-clouds

Just when I was beginning to think the world held no further surprises? First, it turns out I actually like Radiohead. Go figure. Must have something to do with all the non-stop rain and dreariness.
Faceblech diary, and I won't help you harvest your digital kale.? "Slack Tide" appears every second and fourth Sunday of the month in Neighbors. You can check out his Facebook page at
Letter from the Editor of Capital City Weekly

...freelance articles by former CCW staff Katie Spielberger and Richard Radford, and longtime Empire/CCW contributor Geoff Kirsch, among others.Also coming up: Alaska Native Languages professor Xh'unei Lance Twitchell and a group of his students...
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Fourth annual theater 'Miracle' held this weekend

...sweaty-palm-inducing flashback to college for some, but for Geoff Kirsch, one of four writers participating in this year's...writer-director teams for this year's miracle are: Geoff Kirsch and Mike Levine; Eric Caldwell and Kathleen Harper...
A new format for Arts

...and others. You'll also continue to see articles by Arts freelancers Richard Radford, Katie Spielberger and Geoff Kirsch, all of whom have appeared in both publications. ? Reporter Mary Catharine Martin will continue on as CCW staff...
Spring cleaning in Juneau is not for the faint of heart least like to have my own City & Borough. So, please, log on, spread the word and become part of "CBGZK." Geoff Kirsch is a writer in Juneau. Visit his Web site at
Five Good Reads for 2014

...talent has always been clear, but it's pretty wonderful to see his copiously awarded stories bound and in print. Geoff Kirsch, local writerI got really into nonfiction this year. "Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal" by Mary Roach...
Slack Tide: New Years resolutions for Juneau in 2015

With the holidays behind us and more than a month to go before rekindling the festivities for President's Day (you should see the John Quincy Adams nativity scene I'm working on; Abigail looks great!), the start of the new year is a natural time for reflection, introspection and a renewed commitment to self-improvement.
Writers' Showcase Holiday edition takes place tonight

...This episode of Writers' Showcase will feature several holiday-themed short stories and essays by writers including Geoff Kirsch, Patricia Hull, Becca Braun, Carol Prentice, and special guest Seth Kantner, award-winning author of "Ordinary...


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