Alaska Radio Reader Rambler
Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Anchorage Theatre Youth have been having this extraordinary adventure for the last few years thanks to South's Erin Dagon Mitchell last year and this year David Block is taking West High for an encore. This year will feature an original musical by...
Not Your Mother’s Girl Scouts
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...
The PAC Turns 25
The Performing Arts Center (PAC) is celebrating 25 years in Anchorage. This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, meet arts champion an PAC president Nancy Harbour who has been there since day one. Nancy shares inside stories including some ghost...
The Cost Of Living…Revisited
The original play “The Cost of Living” was based on the experiences of women in our community who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. Originally written and produced at Cyrano’s 21 years ago, it is returning as “The Cost of Living … Revisited”...
The Latest Adventures of Alaskan Mystery Writer, Dana Stabenow
This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Dana Stabenow talks about her Edgar-award winning Kate Shugak series as well as her latest historical novel about Marco Polo's granddaughter traveling the Silk Road west from China to England in the years...
Sound Secrets Behind Films
Nat Reichman has worked with the great Phillip Glass as well as Alaska's own famous classical composer John Luther Adams. This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, we'll explore the journey from growing up in Valdez Alaska to being a major music...
A Love Story
This romance began on stage when both were cast in “You Can’t Take It With You.” Three years later nuptials are performed on that very stage with a very theatrical wedding. In the meantime, the couple has been in the UK pursuing their dreams. We’ll...
Leigh Newman author of the just publishedStill Points North: One Alaskan Childhood, One Grown-Up World, One Long Journey Homespent some of her early teenage years hanging out at a local bookstore. Shesaid, "It was my refuge. I loved that place. I used...
Women’s History Month
This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, our guest is Jane Angvik who has been a catalyst for empowering women and was one of the major initiators for The Alaska Women's Hall of Fame. She is currently a major civic leader for Alaskan Girl Scouts who...
This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Sandy and Dick host Jessica Jacob and Elizabeth Ware, organizers of Anchorage's first 24-hour Shakespeare Bard-A-Thon. UAA, Out North, Alaska Theatre of Youth and Cyrano's will each host a 6 hour segment of...
Alaska Humanities Forum’s New Olympian CEO
The Alaska Humanities Forum has a new CEO and she is Alaskan Olympian Nina Kemppel. For the past two decades Alaskans have known of Nina the skier. This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, meet Nina the CEO and find out about the many exciting...
Alaska news photographer for over 30 years, Jim Lavrakas is an Anchorage icon. He joins hosts Sandy and Dick on this month's edition of Alaska Radio Reader Rambler to discuss his new book "Snap Decisions" and how he used Kickstarter to fund it. KSKA:...
To Russia With Love, An Alaskan’s Journey
This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Alaska Constitutional Convention delegate, Vic Fischer joins host Sandy Harper to give listeners a sneak peek at his long anticipated memoir "To Russia With Love, An Alaskan's Journey. Alaska Radio Reader...
The Alaska Pilot Project
Already one of the most generous film tax incentive programs in the country, the Alaska Film Incentive Program will receive a boost in July allowing movie makers to receive a 50 percent credit on all wages paid to Alaskan writers, producers and...
Celebrating Czech Culture in Alaska
This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Frank Nosek and Wayne Mergler from the Czech-Alaska Society join us to talk about the Czech community in Alaska, Czech culture and celebrating MilošForman's 80th birthday in Anchorage. Best known for his...
A Conversation with Renaissance Theatre Artist Ed Bourgeois
Producer, director, actor, playwright, former Artistic Director at the Anchorage Opera, Elvis impersonator back in his Mr. Whitekeys days and the public face of Art Matters, Ed Bourgeois joins us for Alaska Radio Reader Rambler this month. Edis...
Kachemack Bay Writers Conference 2012
Alaska Radio Reader Rambler should be called Alaska Radio Writers Rambler this month as we talk about the premier Kachemack Bay Writers Conference in Homer with Former Alaska State Writer Laureate Nancy Lord and conference organizer Carol Swartz. If...
Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame & Women’s History Month
Since 2009 the Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame has been recognizing women who have helped shape Alaska at an induction ceremony held every March during Women's History Month. AWHF steering committee member, Jane Angvik joins hosts Sandy and Dick on this...
Remembering Frank Reed, Iconic Alaskan
Frank Reed came to Anchorage in 1915 and recently passed at the age of 99. Frank was healthy and active up to a week before his passing last month, in fact he had been planning (and prepaid) his 100th Birthday Bash which will still take place next...
2012 is the bi-centennial year of Charles Dickens. London and all of England are celebrating. Our guest this month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Wayne Mergler, has an extraordinary passion for and expertise on Charles Dickens, the man and his work....
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