...Seattle two and a half years ago, has found success starring in Native author Sherman Alexie's new film "The Business of Fancydancing." Alexie said Tagaban, a first-time movie actor, was ideal. "It was intense for him, I'm sure...
Working at his modest home in Spokane, Wash., Jim Boyd is recording a seventh album and preparing to leave for gigs in Switzerland. He's also planning a tour with his new band.
The Juneau Community Charter School will host a kid-friendly fund-raising gala beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, March 14, at the Alaska Native Brotherhood Hall. Performances begin at 7 p.m. The performer lineup will include the Juneau Community Charter School violinists, The Wild Rumpus Clown Theatre, the Juneau Pride Chorus, storyteller Gene Tagaban, and a piano and trumpet concerto performed by Rick Trostel and Lorrie Heagy.
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