The Morning Interview

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

Gwynne Brown: An attachment to the mbira

Dr. Gwynne Brown, visiting musicologist at the Sitka Fine Arts Camp, discusses her studies in world music. She also plays the mbira, or African thumb piano. With SFAC’s Rhiannon Guevin. more

This weekend, Girls on the Run 5k

Girls on the Run – a program designed to empower young girls through running – is wrapping up it’s season, culminating in a 5K “fun run.” more

The Sitka Symposium is back

Island Institute is bringing back the Sitka Symposium this July  - focused on stories from people instigating change. more

Quilt show to open at Harrigan Hall

Jan Lovett and Sarah Jordan, with the Ocean Wave Quilters Guild, discuss their annual show, which runs May 5 – 17 at Harrigan Centennial Hall. The Guild has granted over $40,000 in scholarships as a result of its fund raising efforts in recent years. more

Sitka High’s final music concert

Sitka High School’s final music concert is coming up. It’s the last one ever for graduating Senior Chaya Pike, as well as Music Director John Depalatis – he’s moving to Cairo, Egypt for a job teaching choir at the American International School. They discuss the upcoming concert. more

Roll into Spring with a helmet

Ryan Kauffman and Patrick Williams encourage bike safety. (KCAW photo).

Sitka celebrates bike safety month. Ryan Kauffman and Patrick Willams discuss everything from physical fitness to injury prevention. more

Polio isn’t history, Sitkans raise awareness

In recognition of National Infant Immunization week Sharon Bergman, Shannon Haugland, and Penny Lehman discuss how they are raising awareness about the need for polio eradication today. more

MEHS girls wrestling strong at int’l tourney

Mt. Edgecumbe wrestling coach Mike Kimber and athletes Deirdre Creed (Sr), Brittany Woods-Orrison (Jr), and Blatchley 8th-grader Sydnee Kimber discuss their success at the Reno World Wrestling Championships. more

Happy Earth Day from SCS

Tracy Gagnon and Mary Wood from Sitka Conservation Society discuss Earth Day activities, starting with cleaning up garbage caches this afternoon (4-22-14). more

Alaskan’s Own supports fishermen, consumers, and research

Erin Fulton, program coordinator with Alaskan’s Own, discusses the relationship between Sitka’s Community Supported Fishery (CSF) and its parent organizations, the Fisheries Conservation Network and the Alaska Sustainable Fisheries Trust. more