Tag: protest

Rain and Zoe Save the World at UAA

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Of more than a hundred scripts submitted to the 2018 Earth Matters on Stage (EMOS) New Play Competition, New York based playwright Crystal Skillman's Rain and Zoe Save the World was selected as the winning entry and is being produced by The University of Alaska Anchorage Department of Theatre. This week on Stage Talk, director Ty Hewitt drops by to talk about EMOS as well as the play which follows two Seattle teenagers on an across the country motorcycle trip that results in them learning more about themselves than they ever anticipated. Rain and Zoe Save the World performs April 27-29 at the UAA Mainstage located in the UAA Fine Arts Building. Thanks for listening!

Anchorage Protesters Hold ‘Move to Amend Rally’

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A group of about two-dozen protestors were chanting, “the corporation ... the corporation ... is not a person ... is not a person ... that word belongs to you and me ... that word belongs to you and me,” in front of the Federal courthouse in Downtown Anchorage Friday.

Anchorage Assembly Postpones Mayor’s Sidewalk Sitting Proposal

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The Anchorage Assembly has shelved a proposal by Mayor Dan Sullivan to restrict sitting on sidewalks and panhandling downtown.

Alaska News Nightly: July 27, 2011

Young Would Vote ‘Yes’ On Boehner’s Plan, Federal Employee Union Concerned About Deficit Battles, Last Minute Offers May Keep Alaska Newspapers Alive, Navy to Sink Two Ships Per Year in Gulf Exercises, and more...

Fishermen Protest Pollock Practices

A fishing protest by a group of Marshall fisherman late last month is the latest development in an ongoing conversation in Western Alaska...