Author Archives: Brian Hanson, KCAW
Mt. Edgecumbe student government representatives Tamija Woods (sr - Anchorage) and Gabriel Gradi (jr - Anchorage) explain that their duties involve much more than planning prom. With advisor Michael Mahoney and KCAW's Brian Hanson. Downloadable audio.
Equal parts Cosmos and Prairie Home Companion, Hal Spackman's Sitka History Minute is a bright star in KCAW's local programming lineup. Want goat farming? SHM has it! Downloadable audio.
Kid Laser & the Dynamite Deal have just released their first album 'Machines and Monsters.' The Sitka-based band is a creative collaboration between Dan Olbrych (lead vocals, guitar), Cody Russell (lead guitar), Nate Monahan (bass), and Joey Stamps (drums). The album is classic Pacific NW garage rock -- but harnessed to the Homeric tradition. Kid Laser & the Dynamite Deal will perform live this weekend (9 PM Sat Mar 14, Bayview Pub, with Los Shotgun Locos). Downloadable audio.
At the 7th Annual Wearable Arts Show this past Saturday (3-7-15), sixty models walked the runway. Some donned their own design, while others modeled on behalf of artists and designers unseen. 76-year-old Bill Foster did a disco covered in political brochures, while 7-month-old Noah Apathy was covered in K-cups to recreate the scales of a carp.
Sitka National Historical Park Ranger Ryan Carpenter describes the unique partnership behind Herring Camp, a spring-break program for middle school students. Herring Camp mixes contemporary scientific methods with traditional knowledge to give students a well-rounded perspective on this critical resource. With Tribal culture-bearer Chuck Miller, resource protection manager Jeff Feldpausch, and camper Madison Roy-Mercer. Downloadable audio.