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The Flying Karamazov Brothers to perform at JDHS Tuesday

The internationally acclaimed comedy-and-juggling act The Flying Karamazov Brothers will bring its vaudevillian spectacle "4 PLAY" to Juneau for one performance Tuesday, March 25, at 7 p.m. at the JDHS auditorium.
Bridging the gap between art and science

"It is often said that Leonardo (Da Vinci) drew so well because he knew about things; it is truer to say that he knew about things because he drew so well.
My Turn: Film not productive, just noisy

Last week's showing of the film "Not Evil, Just Wrong" was not productive, just noisy. The film and its supporters seem to have little interest in bringing us closer together, encouraging healthy debate, or presenting any kind of meaningful solutions to climate change.
Astronomers shed light on early stars in cosmos

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - After decades of scouring the universe, astronomers finally have found two immense clouds of gas that are pristine - free of the metals fired out into the cosmos by stars.
University hosts sea otter symposium

Photographs of frolicking sea otters projected onto a screen greeted students, staff and members of the public coming into Egan Library Thursday night for the "Sea Otter Symposium" hosted by the University of Alaska Southeast.
Illustrator Hocker to lead Wildlife Wednesday presentation

...interest in both art and science as a kid, but wasn't sure how they could be combined. While attending the University of California at Santa Cruz, she had an "ah ha" moment when she found out about scientific illustration, and ended up making that...
Most Exxon Valdez otters sent to zoos are dead

ANCHORAGE - More than three-quarters of the sea otters sent to zoos and aquariums after being oiled in the 1989 Exxon Valdez spill have died, according to researchers.
Natives, government can restore areas

Traditional wisdom and cooperation may help restore native cultures and plants. Both tribes and land managers have high hopes for tribal-state partnerships sending forth tender green shoots from the ground of a troubled history. The National Congress of American Indians meeting in Juneau, June 24th, will discuss these emerging partnerships.
Woman's rags-to-riches story relived a century later

When Belinda Mulrooney arrived in Juneau around the turn of the century, she was already a savvy businesswoman on her way from poverty to wealth. She was barely 20 years old.
Detjen takes the lead

During the middle of the first half of St. Olaf College's women's soccer game against Augsburg College last Wednesday in Northfield, Minn., Juneau's Carolyn Detjen swooped in from her position at left forward and knocked in the rebound of a St. Olaf shot that hit the goalpost.


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