The Morning Interview
Emily Kwong spoke to Emily Russell about moving to Fairbanks to pursue a Master's degree in Northern Studies, getting her start in radio at KNOM in Nome, eating whale on St. Lawrence Island, and missing the sport of squash in Alaska. Downloadable audio.
Alaska Day Committee member Elaine Strelow talks about the full schedule of events. She's joined by Marilyn Coruzzi, a major promoter this year for the theme: “Nursing in the Last Frontier." Downloadable audio.
Sharon Sullivan, lactation consultant and childbirth educator at Sitka Community Hospital, discusses the upcoming childbirth education series, starting Monday, October 3. Downloadable audio.
Fire Chief Dave Miller talks about taking care of your woodstoves and space heaters. He encourages families to have a safety plan in place in case of a fire. Downloadable audio.
Juliana Rios Martinez is a visiting artist from Columbia. She'll participate in a joint show with Colombian musician Ruben Dario Lopez Espina on Saturday, October 1 at 7 PM in the Sitka PAC.
Members of Sitka Community Theater are recruiting for this winter's Radio Adventure Hour – an hour of live radio theater with live sound effects – at Rasmuson Center. Downloadable audio.
Shelly Smith, with Southeast Senior Services, will discuss her presentation on family caregiver support services, planned for lunchtime today from 11:30 to 12:30 at the Swan Lake Senior Center. Downloadable audio.
Lloyd Platson with Sitka Counseling and Prevention Services talks about a mental health first aid class on Thursday, September 29, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the downstairs conference room at 111 Metlakatla St. Downloadable audio.
Marcia Drake coaches MEHS's Drama, Debate, & Forensics team, who is hosting and competeing in a meet Oct. 1. The DDF event is in search of judges for the upcoming event. Downloadable audio.