news of local arts
Just this last weekend my sister and parents attended my choir concert for the Southeast Music Festival at the high school. When the curtains opened, my sister was shocked to see that we are wearing the exact same uniforms as when she attended JDHS 12 years ago.
The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears and Thunder Mountain Falcons put in a strong weekend of track and field events at Kodiak's Emerald Island Invitational last weekend.
The Thunder Mountain boy's soccer team won a pitch battle against Lathrop, surviving a penalty fest for a 3-1 victory. I am learning some things about soccer. Good and bad.
Local singers Kathleen and Dan Wayne will perform some of their favorite jazz, Broadway, opera solos and duets tonight in a performance called "Let the World Outside Go By." They'll be joined by guest pianist and composer Linda Dowdell, whose compositions will also be featured in the program. The concert begins at 7 p.m. at the UAS Library Building in the Egan Lecture Hall.
...by calling the theater at 364-2421 x35. Concerts JDHS ensembles and soloists, encore performances from the Southeast Music Festival and beyond, 7 p.m. Thursday, May 20, at JDHS auditorium. Tommy Castro Band, 8 p.m. Friday, May...
The Juneau-Douglas High School Festival Band endured a long journey fraught with peril.
JUNEAU - Writer Richard Nelson, author of ``Make Prayers to the Raven'' and ``The Island Within,'' will be in Juneau Feb. 19 to talk about writing and his most recent book.
Last week report of a low supply of available food in the local food bank brought donations from various groups throughout the community - totaling about 650 pounds in just two days last week.
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