The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council will host the 7th annual Juneau Farmer's Market and Food Festival on Saturday, Aug., 30 at the JACC. The goal of the festival is to make people more self-sufficient by consuming and producing local foods.
Food keeps our bodies going, and thanks to local efforts it's also bringing members of the Juneau community together. Over the summer, Food Truck Fridays have been providing locally crafted merchandise, live music and multiple food vendors.
Some buildings need a new coat of paint. Some are mere shells. The parking meters are wrapped in shrouds, the cigarette butt bins sometimes catch fire, and it isn't always easy for business owners to improve their properties.
Historically, soapberry dishes were made at ceremonial gatherings and considered an uncommon treat. Thanks to the biennial event Celebration, people have the chance to make and taste the dish this week.
The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council has announced the Individual Artist Grant award recipients for 2014-2015. Individual Artist Grants of up to $1000 are awarded...
The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council has announced the hiring of three new staff members.
The pARTnership, a collaboration between the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council and Perseverance Theatre, announced Wednesday that it is among 55 grant recipients being funded by ArtPlace America.
The Juneau Student Symphony will present its Summer concert, Broadway Favorites, at noon Friday in the State Office Building and at 7 p.m. in the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.
You don't have to be college-aged to enjoy the University of Alaska Southeast's Community Day on Campus. In fact, you don't even have to be old enough to read. There's something special for all ages during Saturday's event, which runs from 11 a.m.
Maeva Ordaz, of Anchorage, was among the 53 students from around the country who participated in the National Finals of Poetry Out Loud held in Washington, DC April 29-30.
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