The Morning Interview
Steve Ramp is the vessel safety examiner for the US Coast Guard. He'll be offering free, dockside vessel safety examinations for commercial fishing vessels this spring. Downloadable audio.
Mt. Edgecumbe High cheerleaders Makayla Heckerman (sr-Kodiak) and Katie Peterson (sr-Old Harbor) report on plans for this week's Region V Basketball tournament. With Daily Sitka Sentinel sports editor Tom Hesse. Downloadable audio.
Sitka Youth Orchestra presents its 15th annual spring concert at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 7, at at the Sitka Performing Arts Center.
Fireweed Dance Theatre Company presents its annual gala performance on Friday. Director Melinda McAdams was joined by Cady Lynn Jenkins and Juliana Castillo, both former students with Sitka Studio of Dance. Downloadable audio.
Kathy Jones, executive chef at the Westmark, talks about Sitka Kitch culinary classes and Shannon Haugland, with the Sitka Film Society, chats about upcoming screenings. Downloadable audio.
Mt. Edgecumbe Girls Basketball members Peyton Weisz, Tori Thomas, and Zanai Hall are feeling relaxed going into tonight's "Senior Night" contest against the Sitka High Lady Wolves. With Daily Sitka Sentinel sports editor Tom Hesse. Downloadable audio.
Juneau author Ernestine Hayes is wrapping up a 15-city tour of Alaska in Sitka, as part of the 'Alaska Reads' project. She's the author of Blonde Indian: An Alaska Native Memoir.Hayes spoke about colonialism, culture, and the environment with KCAW's Melissa Marconi-Wentzel. Downloadable audio.
Members of the Ramshackle Cabaret debut their 4th annual show, "Ace in the Hole" tonight. Co-director Amy Kane, co-stage manager Emily Reilly, and performer Casey Rhea Orona talk about the acts, including comedy, burlesque, and fire-breathing. Downloadable audio.