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From the Arts desk

...With this week's issue, we bring you the first in a series of community-focused features. Staff writer Mary Catharine Martin traveled to Angoon last week -- after being repeatedly delayed by weather ? and spent a few days at the schools...
Writers Weir: Grand Camp (Elizabeth Peratrovich poem)

...the first presentation of the poem he has offered for the general public. ? To submit to Writers Weir, email Mary Catharine Martin at
Building a legacy of remembrance

...alive ... He was a shooting star.""He sure blazed when he was here," Candy added.? Contact reporter Mary Catharine Martin at
Haines business crafts locally sourced skis

A few years ago in a November blizzard, Ian Seward picked up Graham Kraft and Lindsay Johnson, his new neighbors, as they were hitchhiking into Haines. It was the first time they'd met, and they soon found they had a lot to talk about.
Music lessons return to Angoon's schools

It's been a while since kids in Angoon have had regular music classes, but Salvation Army Major Cathy Quinn is volunteering in the schools to try and fix that.
Fixing the Broken-down

For almost the last 20 years, Angoon High School's auto shop has been used, mostly, for storage. Tools once used for the class disappeared.
Review: 'Surviving Bear Island'

"Surviving Bear Island," Fairbanks author Paul Greci's debut work of middle-grade fiction, focuses on a resilient boy who finds himself stranded on an island in Prince William Sound after a kayak trip gone wrong.
'The Breach' to show in Juneau

...salmon, you're saving wild salmon," Titus said. "That's the core of what we're after here."? Contact Mary Catharine Martin at
Letter from the Editor of Capital City Weekly

...communities we claim to serve, one at a time. For many of these stories, your guide will be CCW staff writer Mary Catharine Martin, an Alaskan whose dual passion for two of Southeast's major strengths ? the outdoors and the arts ? make...
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Five Good Reads for 2014

...difficult touchpoints in her life, the poems in this collection somehow manage to be raw and gentle all at once. Mary Catharine Martin, staff writer for the Capital City Weekly? The Bone Clocks, by David Mitchell. David Mitchell is a writer...


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