The Morning Interview

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The Affordable Care Act: What’s next?

Andrea Thomas, Affordable Care Act enrollment manager for SEARHC, discusses her noon workshop for those who have already — or would like to — enroll for health insurance. UAS Sitka, room 106. more

‘Children of Eden’ thrives off-Broadway

WT McRae, musical director for The Children of Eden, says pace required to stage a full show in two weeks has everyone “at the edge of madness.” Eden was developed by one of the biggest names in show business, Stephen Schwartz, but was never performed on Broadway. Instead, it’s become one of the most sought-after pieces for companies off-Broadway. more

Aufrichtig: Blurring the lines between music, poetry, theater

Richard Aufrichtig is a multi-disciplinary artist living in Brooklyn, NY. He traces his musical roots to traditional American songwriting, with a modern instrumental sensibility. While he’s produced several albums, including the soon-to-be-released Ocean Music, he’s also a published poet and playwright. Aufrichtig is on of six Fellows in Sitka for seven weeks. more

TEDxSitka preview

Today’s topic is the upcoming TEDxSitka event featuring Winona LaDuke, Luis Urrea, Alan Weisman, Solomon Endlich, Skyler Wright, WT McRae and Andrew Hames. more

Reviving the Laundry Building

26 interns are currently putting a new roof on the Sheldon Jackson Campus’ historic Laundry Building, the first phase of a project to eventually turn the ruined building into a community cafe and art gallery. more

Girl Scouts’ “Wash Away Hunger” event Saturday

Allison Winger and Ariana Strickland from Girl Scout Troop 4140 talk about their upcoming “Wash Away Hunger” fundraiser. The scouts will be holding a car wash at the Fire Hall on Saturday, July 19, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. more

Native Jazz Quartet

Ed Littlefield and Reuel Lubag of the Native Jazz Quartet talk about their philosophy and work with the Sitka Fine Arts Camp. This year, students are creating jazz arrangements of a traditional Tlingit lullaby, one that Littlefield learned from local elder Charlie Joseph in the 1980s. more

Workshop: How dementia affects eyesight

Erin Matthes and Zachary Desmond of Brave Heart Volunteers and Pam Steffes of the SEARHC eye clinic discuss how eyesight and dementia interact. Brave Heart is holding a workshop on eyesight and dementia this Wednesday, July 16, from 12-1pm. more

3rd annual Panhandle Fly-In

From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, the third annual Panhandle Fly-In comes to Sitka’s Rocky Gutierrez Airport, organized by the Southeast Alaska Aviation Association (SEAKAA). Members Jeannie Frank, Francois Bakkes and Kevin Knox visit the KCAW studio to talk about … more

Final shows for 2014 H.S. camp

Sitka Fine Arts Camp music faculty Paul Cox and Katy Green, along with Lisa Wong, the camp’s marketing intern, talk about the final performances of the high school 2014 summer sessions. Students have taken five classes a day - from among an offering … more