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Classical guitarist David Leisner began playing in the world of folk and choral music, and embraced classical music later. “It completes me,” he said. Leisner is performing this Friday and Saturday (June 7 & 8, 7:30 PM, Harrigan Centennial Hall, $20/15 Old Harbor Books, online, or at the door) at the Sitka Summer Music Festival. He appeared on the Morning Interview with KCAW’s Robert Woolsey.
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David Leisner: Classical music ‘completes me’
Sitka was one of 170 communities that took to the streets today for the Choose Respect March, a statewide effort to end domestic violence and sexual assault. In a 2012 victimization survey conducted in Sitka, 47% of adult women reported experiencing intimate partner violence, sexual violence, or both. more
Ellen Ruhle is a two-time cancer survivor and event chair for the 3rd Annual Relay for Life (8PM Sat June 20 - 4 PM Sun June 21, Lower Moller Field). Teams of up to 12 people keep a runner/walker on the track for the entire duration of the event, which honors cancer patients and caregivers. Participants can register online, or sign up at this spring's "Sitka Sue Walk" (8:30 AM Sat Apr 25, Rocky Gutierrez Airport). With American Cancer Society staff partners Tristan Walsh and Courtney Van Ord. Downloadable audio. more