We had a great time on A Juneau Afternoon today giving tribute to the great Jeff Brown. Bill Legere, Cheryl Levitt Snyder, Susan Fitzgerald, Ricky Deising, Ben ...Brown, Katie Heldt Bausler, John Gaguine, Laury Scandling, and Grace Sahaj Elliott were among the thankful voices. Jeff will be retiring at the end of May after forty-plus years at KTOO. Thank you Jeff! (Note there will be a celebration for Jeff later this month--stay tuned). Listen to today's show here:
Grab your radio and your shades and head out into the sun with Tideline. Tonight’s artists include Fantastic Negrito, May Kearney, Shakey Graves, Elise Davis, Lera Lynn and John Paul White. Tune in 5-7pm on krnn.org and 102.7FM.
GEORGE LUCAS ON CROSSCURRENTS, 5/14: The epic tales of ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Indiana Jones,’ and ‘American Graffiti,’ were created by producer, director, and writer, George Lucas who was born on this date in 1944. The casting call is set and you are invited to the auditory screening of Crosscurrents, 5/14 at 8 am.
NPR special correspondent and host Melissa Block on KTOO's A Juneau Afternoon with Sheli DeLaney on Tuesday, May 9, 2018. She'll be speaking tonight (5/9) at th...e Juneau Arts & Culture Center at 7 p.m. Melissa will share stories from her reporting travels around the country and the world. From a fishing boat in Sitka to an Olympic ski slope in South Korea, Melissa brings listeners intimate insights into people’s lives. Join us for a behind-the-scenes talk about the craft and joy of radio storytelling, followed by a Q & A session. Tickets are still available here: http://bit.ly/2IvyM2z
Photo of Sheli and Melissa by Scott Burton. Photo of Melissa by Rashah McChesney.
Summertime tracks from Sting & Shaggy, Penguin Prison, Aurora, Willie Nelson, Snow Patrol and more on tonight’s Tideline. Tune in 5-7pm.
NEW ORLEANS ON CROSSCURRENTS, 5/7: Founded by the French Mississippi Company in honor of Philippe II, France's Duke of Orléans, the city of New Orleans was established on this date in 1718. Let the good times roll with music by artists from NOLA on Crosscurrents, 5/7 at 8 am.
360 North is proud to present “Aan Yátx’u Sáani: Noble People of the Land, The Juneau Histories Theater Project.” Click below to watch the production on demand,... or tune into 360 North at 8 p.m. on Thursday (5/3) for the world broadcast premiere. Go to www.360North.org for additional broadcast times.
Tune in at 5pm tonight for Tideline with Kate, featuring music from Michi, Gaz Coombes, Parker Millsap, Marcia Ball and more.
A poet and playwright whose drama and comedy works are among the most well known in the English language, William Shakespeare was born on this date in 1564. You are invited to the Shakespeare birthday to be held (not at the Globe Theatre) but rather at the KRNN Crosscurrents show 4/23 at 8 am.
A mathematician and scientist with accomplishments in algebra, astronomy, and electromagnetism, Carl Gauss was born on this date in 1777. You are invited to go to the radio, not the math blackboard, and the only necessary numbers are 102.7 for Crosscurrents, 4/30 at 8 am.
Beth Kerttula and Jim Powell volunteering during our membership drive. They're representing the University of Alaska Southeast Master of Public Administration (...MPA) degree program. UAS and KTOO partner and support each other in many ways. Call them now at five-eight-six, three-six-three-six for more info, or go to www.ktoo.org/give to begin, renew or upgrade your membership. #KTOOGIVE18
Thank you Alexia and DJ Kiefer of the Juneau Audubon Society for helping with our spring membership drive! We often hear from JAS on A Juneau Afternoon as they ...share info about bird counts, presentations, hikes and more. Supporting organizations like these is a big part of what KTOO Public Media does, and as a non-profit that relies on 1/3 of our budget from the public, we can only do it with your financial support. Please renew, upgrade, or begin your membership now at www.ktoo.org/give #KTOOGIVE18
As we said on the air, Tom Paul and Odette Edgar of the Juneau Contras are actually dancing for your dollars as part of the KTOO Spring Member Drive. Thanks for... volunteering you two! They have a dance at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Ann's downtown. Call them now for more info or to give at five-eight-six-three-six-three-six, or click here to keep the music coming: www.ktoo.org/give #KTOOGIVE18