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Where Sitkans go for body art

Sitka, Alaska If you've seen TV shows like “Miami Ink” and wondered where Sitkans go for permanent body art — we've got your answer. Scott Gyatso, a licensed professional tattoo artist, has opened Studio 907 Tattoo in Sitka. KCAWs Leah Mann dropped by the studio to talk with Gyatso, and to get a first-hand look at his electric tattooing needle.
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