Alaska Radio Reader Rambler
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
- Big Read Project 2008 – Anchorage selects To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
- The Last New Land: Stories of Alaska, Past and
Visiting director from Hawaii, Mark Lutwak sits down with ARRR hosts Sandy Harper and Dick Reichman to discuss Cyrano, the holiday attraction at Cyrano’s Theatre Company in Anchorage. Far from a stranger to Alaska, Lutwak expresses his excitement about Anchorage theatre… Read More
Hosts Sandy Harper and Dick Reichman chat with Michael Fredricks about Native Heritage Month in Alaska. A dream catcher workshop, fry bread Mondays, and a double feature at the Beartooth Theatre are just a few of the many coming… Read More
Hosts Sandy Harper and Dick Reichman chat with Australian playwright Tim Daly.