The Morning Interview

The Morning Interview airs at 8:18 AM, Mon – Fri.

Sitka Cello Seminar to conclude with annual “Cellobration”

Cello_SeminarZuill Bailey, artistic director for the Sitka Summer Music Festival, and Melissa Kraut, master teacher at this summer's Cello Seminar, joined us in the studio to discuss upcoming events. Downloadable audio

Coast Guard cadets study kelp in six-week internship

kelp-forest-11-14-14-thumb-600x375-83938Two cadets with the US Coast Guard Academy have just completed a six-week science internship at the Sitka Sound Science Center, where they participated in a kelp study. Downloadable audio

Sitka Jazz Week in full swing

Sitka-Jazz-WeekSitka Jazz Week is in full swing! Christian Fabian and Ed Littlefield of the Native Jazz Quartet are joined by Grammy-winning singer Cheryl Bentyne, of the vocal group Manhattan Transfer. Downloadable audio

Sitka Arts and Science Festival kicks off next week

kayakThe Sitka Arts & Science Festival begins next week, on July 16, and festival manager Anna Lee Hirschi joined us in the studio to discuss the program. Downloadable audio

Sitka Maritime Heritage Society on fundraising push

2503221Brinnen Carter and Rebecca Poulson joined us in the studio to talk about the Sitka Maritime Heritage Society. Downloadable audio

Animal shelter director talks first year on the job

Brielle Schaeffer/KCAW PhotoKen Buxton is the city's Animal Control Officer and Director of Sitka's Animal Shelter. He joined us in the studio to talk about what's new at the shelter, offer safety reminders for the summer, and discuss his first year on the job. Downloadable audio

Electric vehicle group supports growing number of owners

20130619_ECarsDavid Nicholls joined us in the studio to talk about Sitka's electric vehicle group. The group originated from the Sitka Global Warming group, and meets every other month at the library to discuss electric vehicles. Downloadable audio

High school fine arts campers stage final performances

high-school-fine-arts-camp_dsc4315-1000x500_cSitka Fine Arts Camp faculty Amy Butcher and Paul Cox joined us to preview upcoming performances by high school campers, who have been working with professional artists in a two-week long intensive. Downloadable audio

Sitka Farmers Market kicks off for the summer months

basketofherbsMatthew Jackson, with the Sitka Local Foods Network, joined us in the studio to discuss the Sitka Farmer's Market which opens Saturday, July 2 for the 2016 season. Downloadable audio

Southeast State Fair seeks vendors

DSC_1784-1-1024x680The Southeast Alaska State Fair is in Haines at the end of June and seeking exhibitors. Deana Stout, the fair director, joined us in the studio with Sarah Lawrie of the Greater Sitka Arts Council, Sitka's local representative at the Fair. Vendor entries can be submitted until July 4th. Downloadable audio