"The mind that has conceived a plan of living must never lose sight of the chaos against which that pattern was conceived.
"We're here, we're queer and we'd like to say hello." That's the phrase from a 1990s pamphlet from an LGBTQ activist group, but many in Juneau's community are still timidly waiting in 2013 for the right time to say hi.
The Petersburg-based Coast Guard cutter Anacapa usually performs search and rescue missions and conducts law enforcement operations at ports and coastal water ways.
The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Anacapa is now accepting donated items to be distributed to villages throughout the Panhandle for its annual Southeast Alaska Blanket, Coat and New Toy Drive.
Button box and fiddle fans can hear two consummate instrumentalists straight from Ireland on Friday at Northern Light United Church.
We first came in the early 1970s to paint Bullwinkle's. We thought the green was a paradise compared to up north. We came again when mom had a one-woman show of her hand blown glass and we stayed in Belle Simpson's cabin on the beach. How cool was that? During that time mom was beginning the Alaska Arts in Prisons program.
Anytime someone who is identified as a state employee and long-time leader of the Alaska State Employees Association crawls out from his cubicle and writes an article about how terrible management of the union has become, you can bet he probably doesn't have enough to do at his job.
Juneau therapist Dixie Hood has been named citizen activist of the year by the Alaska Civil Liberties Union Foundation.
At Lake Hood, with a north wind blowing just nippy enough to remind us what's coming, Howard "Mike" Hunt climbed into the cockpit of a blazing-yellow AT-6 Harvard warbird.
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