Kettleson Memorial Library held a live poetry reading event in April of 2015, celebrating the end of National Poetry Month. People of all ages participated in the event by sharing original poems. Raven Radio aired a recording of … more
Do you have a declaration of love you'd like to get off your chest? KCAW will read them on air.
On Monday evening, February 9th, top teams from Sitka High School will go head to head in a live debate. The topic: On balance, economic globalization benefits worldwide poverty reduction. The debate will broadcast live from 7PM - 8PM on KCAW Sitka.
Raven Radio will be bringing you some special programming the week of January 19th-22nd. A Townhall Meeting about marijuana, the President's State of the Union, and the Governor's State of the State and Budget address. Click here for details.
Gather round, close your eyes and listen closely...as the Sitka Community Theater presents an evening of radio drama.
Need "AA" batteries for a stocking stuffer? Or a rubber mallet or tiny screwdriver? Tune in to the Battery Exchange with Rich McClear on Christmas Eve from 8 to Midnight to for those last minute preparations as well as seasonal songs, stories and live listener greetings.
This week Raven Radio aired the Greater Sitka Arts Council and Art Change's live storytelling event recorded on September 20th, 2014. Folks gathered at the Yaw Chapel to share stories of "Bad Decisions Turned Good". If you missed the live performance, or the broadcast, you can hear the show right here!
Animal Tracks is a two-minute exploration of the animals that call Sitka home.
November 4th is almost upon us. Be informed when you go to the polls, by tuning in Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 7-9 pm for Debate for the State, airing live from APRN on Raven Radio. From 7-8 pm on Wednesday, hear the Lieutenant Governor candidates, and 8-9 pm for the Gubernatorial candidates. Then beginning at 7 on Thursday, the candidates for US House will take the stage, followed by candidates for US Senate. Tune in and get informed!
Here's a program on the history of the Sage Building produced by Lisa Busch who interviewed Gil Truitt, Nancy Yaw Davis, Stacy Golden, Cleo Brylinsky, Heather Woody, Jay Stelzenmueller and Kathy Kyle.