SEAGLA (Southeast Alaska LGBTQ Alliance) will host a fundraiser called Wigging OUT at 9 p.m. Friday, May 15 at the Gold Town Nickelodeon in downtown Juneau. The event will feature a screening of the cult classic, "Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
Filling the role of state senator and stand-up comedian, Dennis Egan, D-Juneau, addressed the Juneau Chamber of Commerce at its Thursday luncheon with a legislative update during a recess he personally voted against.
Averyl Veliz' new exhibit, "Flume," is a series of 13 digital illustrations, all from locations along the Mt. Juneau flume.
May's First Friday Art Walk includes participation by local businesses gearing up for the tourist season, as well as a four-part opening of summer exhibits at the Juneau Douglas City Museum. Read on for details.
The next big comedian could be in Juneau tonight when The Second City comedy club performs.
Juneau is taking cues from Colorado and Washington on where residents can buy, grow, sell and smoke marijuana.
The pARTnership, a nonprofit organization whose mission is the design, construction and operation of an arts complex in downtown Juneau, has received a grant award from the Juneau Community Foundation's Performing Arts Center Fundraising and Operating Endowment Fund. The grant funds will pay for the development of a feasibility study and business plan to help guide the planning and decision process.
JUNEAU - A Juneau nonprofit organization has won a $51,000 grant for planning a proposed arts complex.Juneau radio station KTOO reported the grant from the Juneau Community Foundation is for a feasibility study and business plan.The proposed Willoughby Arts Complex would be part of the existing Juneau Arts and Culture Center.A partnership between the Perseverance Theatre and the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council is behind the project.The feasibility study and business plan will be conducted by the McDowell Group.
The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council recently received a grant of $6000 from the Juneau Community Foundation for the purposes of providing scholarships to support youth in the arts and humanities. The grant comes from the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council Student Scholarship Fund, which is a donor-advised fund.
Annie Caulfield is a role model to not only her students but to the Juneau community as well. She encourages students to pay attention to what is happening in the moment, an effective way to live a calming and successful life.
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