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Adams, who spent part of his childhood in Kivalina, has taken photographs in several rural Alaska villages, especially coastal towns, where he's documented the people and coastal erosion -- and tried to avoid cultural clichés.January 4, 2014
Cyrano’s Theatre Company presents The Syringa Tree by Pamela Gien, a one-woman tour-de-force in which actor Nava Sarracino portrays twenty-four characters from two families during early apartheid to present-day free South Africa. Nava and Director Dick Reichman join Stage Talk this week to share how this play came about and how Nava approaches the challenges of such a demanding role.
- Nava Sarracino, Actor, The Syringa Tree Cyrano’s Theatre Company
- Dick Reichman, Director, The Syringa Tree Cyrano’s Theatre Company
ORIGINAL BROADCAST: Friday January 3rd, 2014 at 2:45 p.m.
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A whaler from the Alaska village of Savoonga, whose crew appears to have landed the biggest whale in Alaska this year, has turned seldom-seen images of a Bering Sea whale hunt into a powerful video.January 3, 2014
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is expected to release a feasibility study on an Arctic port in early March, according to Corps spokeswoman Lorraine Cordova.
With 2014 underway, we now entered an election year. Alaskans will be choosing a governor, a lieutenant governor and as always, deciding whether to re-elect Alaska Congressman Don Young. But national attention, and money, is already focused on the U.S. Senate race.
The Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development predicts that the state’s economy will grow only a little this year, with just 1,500 jobs added.
In the last two months, the Center for Disease Control has seen a rising trend in reports of acute respiratory illness in young and middle-age patients across the country. In Alaska, hundreds of cases of flu have been reported and the state is urging residents to get the flu vaccine, continuing their fee waiver to entice more participation.
This weekend wraps up the 114th Christmas Bird Count. Around 50 communities in Alaska participated in the annual event, adding to decades of data collection. Nome completed its count at sundown on New Year’s Eve.
The bird count in the Aleutians was also aided by mild weather.
Winter is running late in Unalaska this year – and that was good news for those helping with the annual count last Saturday. Such mild weather meant the counters were able to tally the island’s birds in places they usually can’t get to.