Alaska Radio Reader Rambler
Twenty years after the nation’s worst oil spill, there’s a play about it. Alaskan playwright, Dick Reichman joins host Steve Heimel to discuss the The Big One: A Chronicle of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. The play premieres at Read More
On this month’s edition of Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, hosts Sandy Harper and Dick Reichman talk to Charlotte Fox about the role of the Alaska State Council on the Arts, how the Council supports the arts and how the… Read More
Literary guru, author and voracious reader, Wayne Mergler joins hosts Sandy and Dick this month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler. Mergler discusses books he looks forward to reading this summer and highly anticipated new books coming soon. Listen to Read More
This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Bruce and Audrey Kelley who conduct the annual Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery tour (originated by John Bagoy) join hosts Sandy and Dick to talk about the 13th annual tour, which has become summer solstice… Read More
On Saturday May 30, the Anchorage Museum will reopen and kick off more than a year’s worth of expansion related changes. The Anchorage Museum will open its new wing with an outrageous traveling exhibit called Gold. Included in the… Read More
This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, hosts Dick and Sandy sit down with Dennis McMillian, CEO of The Foraker Group. They talk about philanthropy in Alaska, maintaining healthy and sustainable non-profits, and this year’s Pick… Read More
Willie Hensley joins Sandy and Dick to talk about his book, Fifty Miles from Tomorrow: A Memoir of Alaska and the Real People.
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This month Sandy and Dick sit down with local author Rae Arno for a chat about her new book — Anchorage Place Names: The Who and Why of Streets, Parks and Places — all about the history behind the neighborhoods, streets and other… Read More
Katie Ringsmuth returns to Alaska Radio Reader Rambler to celebrate the success of the Alaska Historical Society Conference, which just concluded last week. Former president of the Alaska Historical Society, Bruce Merrel recently passed the wand of presidency to… Read More
Mayor Mark Begich, Alaska historian Steve Haycox, Carol Comeau, Senator Lisa Murkowski, APRN‘s Steve Heimel, author Jim Barnett, KAKM‘s Michael Carey, and even Senator Ted Stevens will attend the Alaska constitutional conference, “Alaska Visionaries, Seekers, Leaders and Visionaries,” happening… Read More
In Anchorage we’re quite familiar with Cook Avenue, The Captain Cook Hotel and the Cook Inlet of course, but we don’t know very much about the man, Captain James Cook and his adventures in Alaska. Today on ARRR, hosts Sandy and Dick interview… Read More
Anchorage’s celebration of 50 years of Alaska Statehood kicks off Friday. Event coordinators, Tennys Owens and Darl Schaaff discuss planning the celebration, including the “Operation Gratitude” concert with Wynnona Judd, ther Arctic Thunder Air Show at Elmendorf Air Force Base and family festivities happening downtown.… Read More
The “Renaissance Man,” Shane Mitchell and Dana Fahrney join hosts Sandy Harper and Dick Reichman to talk about the upcoming Three Barons Renaissance Fair 2008, the longest running renaissance fair in Anchorage.
Join hosts Sandy Harper and Dick Reichman and their guest Laura Shue, grants officer for the Alaska Humanities Forum. There are grants available to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Alaskan Statehood in addition to the regular grants.
Bob and Teresa Pond join hosts Sandy and Dick on this month’s edition of Alaska Radio Reader Rambler. Father and daughter, Bob and Teresa represent a theatrical dynasty in Anchorage. Bob has been artistic director at Anchorage Community Theatre… Read More