"Acting feels right, when other things don't," said Erin Tripp, reflecting on her path into the theater. Erin grew up as a middle child in a big family, with four older brothers and two younger sisters.
The Juneau Assembly is hosting a town-hall-style forum on Saturday morning at Centennial Hall to solicit ideas for improving the city, recruit potential volunteers and generally stir up citizen participation in government.
In all the excitement of the 4th of July, the importance of the 30th of June in Alaska's state history is often overlooked.
JUNEAU - Weather permitting, there will be a 152nd birthday observance for Judge James Wickersham from 5 to 7 p.m. on Monday at the House of Wickersham, 213 Seventh St.
Sculptor RT "Skip" Wallen wants to commemorate the 50th anniversary of statehood on a grander scale than he did with his silver-anniversary bear sculpture outside the Capitol.
Sales taxes won't help pay for a life-sized bronze whale sculpture that a group of citizens hope to place downtown, the Juneau Assembly decided Monday.
Fireworks explode Saturday night above Dimond Park as hundreds of Juneau residents braved the cold to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Alaska's statehood. The fireworks display was the first ever in the Mendenhall Valley, organizers said.
HAINES - The SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium Women's Health Programs will be hosting the Teddy Roosevelt's March as part of Fort Seward Days.
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