The Morning Interview
Hames Center director Cindy Edwards, Banff Festival coordinator Kylene Fremling, and festival representative Seana Strain talk about the lineup of films in Banff's 2016 World Tour. 7 PM Friday, February 12, Sitka Performing Arts Center. Downloadable audio.
The annual meeting of the Sitka Maritime Heritage Society will he held at 7 PM Wed Feb 24 in the ANB Founders Hall (doors open at 6). This year's meeting will feature the maritime heritage of Katlian Street. Board members Rebecca Poulson and Brinnen Carter explain why. Learn more at sitkamaritime.org. Downloadable audio.
Allen Pope is a visiting glaciologist from Boulder, Colorado. He'll be giving two public programs on glaciers. Downloadable audio.
The Sitka Jazz Festival kicks off tomorrow, including a return by vocalist Barbara Morrison and shorter evening concerts. Downloadable audio.
Members of the Sitka High Cheer squad Minh Iwamoto, Kami Dodson and Tessa Schindler chat with Tom Hesse of the Daily Sitka Sentinel for this High School Activities Report. Downloadable audio.
Randy Hughey and Mim McConnell of the Sitka Community Land Trust talk about major changes to the organization, formerly Sitka Community Development Corporation. Downloadable audio.
Frances Donohoe, the director of Sitka Cirque, gives updates about the program. Downloadable audio.
Shannon Haugland hosts Broadway Night for the Greater Sitka Arts Council. She's brought performers Rhiannon Guevin and Jessica Menary to discuss the numbers they'll be singing. Broadway Night will take place 6 PM, Friday January 29, in the Odess Theater. Advance tickets are on sale at Old Harbor Books. Downloadable audio.
Mt. Edgecumbe High School students Breezianne McClenahan (jr - Sitka) and Nicola "Jo" Zaczkowski (jr - Tok) are members of the band "The Chameleons" and also in the school pep band. They bring a wide range of interests and tastes to their musical performance. With Pep Band director Stephen Courtright. Downloadable audio.