The Morning Interview
Peter Bradley, executive director of the Island Institute, and Board Chair Linda Behnken chat about its fundraising auction on Friday, March 25. They also discuss the organization's upcoming "Tidelines Ferry Tour" in April to look at the intersection of climate and culture. Downloadable audio.
Peter Bradley, executive director of the Island Institute in Sitka, previews their annual auction tomorrow (03-25-16) and next month's Tidelines Ferry Tour. Downloadable audio.
Colleen Duncan - Scientist in Residence Fellow at the Sitka Sound Science Center - is a veterinarian who studies infectious disease and population dynamics in wildlife. Downloadable audio.
Jeff Budd and Sarah Lawrie with the Greater Sitka Arts Council (GSAC) talk about the 8th Annual Wearable Arts Show, alongside frequent artist/model Bill Foster. The show features 28 different art pieces and about a third of the artists are new this year. Downloadable audio.
The Pow Wow Comedy Jam comes to Sitka, with stand-up by Marc Yaffee, Vaughn Eaglebear, and special guest Gilbert Brown. The trio of Native American comedians talk about their performance style and representing their tribes. Downloadable audio.
As spring nears, Janet Clarke, education manager at Sitka Sound Science Center was joined by Science Outreach Coordinator Mia Kuartei to talk about several upcoming events. Downloadable audio.
Kat Richards, the acute care ER manager at Sitka Community Hospital, was joined by Quality Improvement Director Leslie Fulton talk about National Patient Safety Awareness Week (March 13th - March 19th). Downloadable audio.
Wrestlers Josh Goeden and Sydnee Kimber talk about competing --and placing-- in the Arctic Winter Games in Greenland. Downloadable audio.