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Girl Scouts still teach leadership skills and cooperation with others, but today’s Girl Scouts also encourage young girls to excel and be interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Girl Scouts’ exciting programming still also includes the arts with opportunities for Scouts to hone their skills with badges in playwriting and the theatre. On the next Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, meet Sue Perles, CEO of Girls Scouts of Alaska and an extraordinary role model to inspire the youth of Alaska.
KSKA: Monday 11/25 at 1:30 pm
Join actors Cena Moody and Gigi Lynch from Cyrano’s Theatre Company as they take us on a journey across time and space when they visit Stage Talk this week to let us in on a backstage view of the stage adaptation of Madeline L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time running November 29th though December 22.
KSKA: Friday, 11/22 at 2:45pm
Governor Sean Parnell objects to Medicaid expansion. Fairbanks suffers a power outage like no other in recent memory. The Anchorage Assembly passes a budget, but remains wrapped up in the debate over ice rinks and tennis courts. Lawmakers are talking about the possibility of state investment in the gas line. Reapportionment of the Legislature appears to be over; the opponents of the plan are giving up. Sen.Mark Begich is targeted for his vote on health care. Sen. Lisa Murkowski has become prominently involved in the debate over sexual misconduct in the military.
KSKA: Friday, 1/22 at 2PM & Saturday, 1/23 at 6PM.
KAKM: Friday 11/22 at 7:30PM & Saturday. 11/23 at 4:30PM
Todd Salat was born an Iowa country boy, making his way to the mountains as often as possible. Once he came of age, it didn’t take him long to find his way to Alaska.
Over the past 20+ years, mostly by trial and error, Salat has become one of the best photographers of the northern lights in Alaska, and the world.
Today we’re looking back at 10 years of the public radio program Encounters with Richard Nelson. The show originally began as an interview segment that would sometimes take place outdoors. But, Nelson says he never got comfortable interviewing other people. So, he decided to try talking to himself.
The newest season of Encounters begins next month, and Nelson says it will mostly be re-airings of the show’s best programs.
Do moose hate Irish Spring soap? Do mice hate peppermint? We’ll talk remedies to unwanted moose and mice visitors on the next Hometown Alaska. Email your tips to firstname.lastname@example.org, and tune in for some you’ve never heard of before!
KSKA: Wednesday, 11/20 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm
This week on Addressing Alaskans, listen to a panel discussion hosted by Commonwealth North on five major Alaska energy projects. Panelists Tim Bradner, Mark Foster, Scott Goldsmith and Harry Noah address how the different projects complement or complete with each other, challenges ahead for each, how state deficits and declining revenue impact the projects, and finally how to navigate the future and decide which one is best. All five of the potential projects discussed have received state funding.
KSKA: Tuesday 11/19 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm
Would tribal law enforcement jurisdiction help address the social and cultural problems in rural Alaska? It has been debated for decades, and now a congressionally-mandated panel says it’s the only way to go. But, a Supreme Court ruling says there is no Indian country in most of the state.
APRN: Tuesday, 11/19 at 10:00am
The next Line One focuses on HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome), including the current risk factors, the natural history of HIV infection, the symptoms of infection and AIDS, and the evolving treatment.
KSKA: Monday 11/18 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm
Picture a snowbound inn in the remote Yukon. A murderer is on the loose and the parents have left their two young daughters to go help with the birth of a neighbor’s child. But the Mounties are on their way and, hey-aren’t those Christmas carols I hear coming from inside? Join Shane Mitchell as he talks about how growing up in rural America influenced his new heart-warming play, Christmas on the Yukon presented by Anchorage Community Theatre running November 22nd through December 22nd.
KSKA: Friday 11/15 at 2:45pm
Anchorage has become embroiled in an appropriations debate. Legislative money for tennis courts – or ice rinks. Some assembly members want to crack down on towing firms. The municipality is exploring a plan to unify the fire and police dispatch. The Anchorage Assembly has been working on Title 11, regulating taxis. Alaska Airlines says it will allow passengers to use more electronic devices. Food trucks have become popular in many American cities. Anchorage is seeing them too – but there are questions about these mobile kitchens as Sean details.
KSKA: Friday, 11/15 at 2PM & Saturday, 11/16 at 6PM.
KAKM, Friday 11/15 at 7:30PM & Saturday, 11/16 at 4:30PM.
Today we’re celebrating Veterans Day. For a little more than a year now, Senator Lisa Murkowski and her office have been producing video profiles that they’ve titled “Veteran Spotlights.”
Veterans like Colonel Suellyn Novak, who was featured on the Veterans Spotlight program, and who also runs the Alaska veteran’s museum in Anchorage.
They’re some of our most inspiring Alaskans, the outdoor athletes who remain active and even competitive in their 70′s and 80′s. On the next Outdoor Explorer, we’ll be talking to elder athletes, finding out what keeps them going, and what advice they have to the rest of us to be where they are when we hit that age. It’s a community inspired show, with guests pulled from listener nominations.
KSKA: Thursday, 11/14 at 2:00 and 9:00 pm
All your favorite Anchorage places, like Chester Creek and Point Woronzof, have other names given them by the first people who made Anchorage home, the Dena’ina Athabascans. Learn more about your hometown from the experts, the first residents, on the next Hometown Alaska.
KSKA: Wednesday, 11/13 at 2:00pm and 9:00pm
On the next Addressing Alaskans, historian and Professor of Anthropology, Dr. Alan Boraas explores the Dena’ina people’s strong relationship to salmon. The original settlers in Southcentral Alaska largely built their lives around these fish. Dr. Borass reviews a variety of methods used by the Dena’ina to catch and harvest salmon at this lecture hosted by the Cook Inlet Historical Society.
KSKA: Tuesday 11/12 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm
The herring never really recovered after the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Even 24 years later, there is an ongoing effort to monitor the waters of the spill area in the Gulf of Alaska. The spill prompted a wave of revealing scientific research that is cresting now with new technology, and a portal for public access in real time.
APRN: Tuesday, 11/12 at 10:00am
The next Line One will focus on current recommendations for pap smears in an era when a vaccine exists that has the potential to prevent up to 70% of cervical cancer. In addition we will discuss the cause of cervical cancer and the human papilloma virus (HPV) with Dr. Tina Tomsen from the Anchorage Women’s Clinic.
KSKA: Monday 11/11 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm
Join Jane Drebert (Lucia) and Kirk Dougherty (Arturo) from the Anchorage Opera Company’s production of Donizetti’s gothic tale Lucia di Lammermore this week on Stage Talk and find out more about this story of romance, betrayal murder and madness-all the things that go into a good opera…
KSKA: Friday 11/8 at 2:45 pm
The Parnell Administration appeals a subsistence ruling to the U.S. Supreme Court. Shell Oil is working to get its Arctic drilling program back on track. Savings will have to be used to balance the state’s budget. Reapportionment of the legislature remains incomplete.
KSKA: Friday, 11/8 at 2:00pm & Saturday, 11/9 at 6:00pm
TV: Friday, 11/8 at 7:30pm & Saturday, 11/9 at 5:00pm