The Morning Interview
Phil Mooney with the Alaska Department of Fish & Game talks about the deer habitat study, begun this summer with variety of agencies.
Martha Pearson, Health Promotions Director at SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC), spoke about the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Study.
Sheila Finkenbinder and Robin McNeilley spoke about upcoming events for the Sitka Womens' Club and two $1000 scholarships the organization will be awarding for single mothers.
William Patrick, head coach of the Sitka High School wrestling team, joined players Curt Bartlett and Joshua Goeden of the 15-member team.
A host of radio plays will begin production this week, including a Western, a Sherlock Holmes period piece, and four John Longenbaugh plays. Directors Megan Pasternak and Suzan Brawnlyn were joined by producer Shannon Haugland of the Greater Sitka Arts Council Community Theater to talk about the staging of stories with sound.
Dipika Guha, Island Institute artist-in-residence, is joined by director Peter Bradley to talk about her play, "A Brief History of America," in response to Howard Zinn's "A People's History of the United States," and thematic focus on historical events through the eyes of ordinary people.
Shoshauna Schmidt of Brave Heart Volunteers joined Somer Dunn, an audiologist at SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC), to talk about how hearing loss impacts the experience of dementia.
Coach Michael Mahoney and players Kathy Holly (Nome '15) and Martha Kasayulie (Kolignaek '16) talk about their stellar season. They are 10-1 in both conference and out of conference play, and recently garnered first place at the Juno Jive tournament this past weekend.
A host of "Alaska Day" performances are coming up. Jeff Budd shares the line-up for tomorrow's Monthly Grind, while Ira Snelling discusses Paris of the Pacific, a period melodrama about the 1867 Alaska Purchase. Sarah Lawrie, the director of the Greater Sitka Arts Council, talks about this year's Sitka Artisans Market & Holiday Craft Party. Dates and details here.
Dr. Michael Lannoo is this fall's Scientist in Residence at the Sitka Sound Science Center (SSSC), where he is studying the conservation biology of amphibians. Dr. Lanoo is in residence for one-month sabbatical program, and is joined in the studio by coordinator Victoria O'Connell.