Proceeds from this Saturday’s, Oct. 17, presentation of “Something Wicked This Way Comes” at the Alaska Fine Arts Academy in Eagle River are being dedicated to paying off the organization’s recent IRS debt, according to executive director Holly Lindsay.
Monies earned via a silent auction slated to... Read More
After graduating from Chugiak High School in 2001 and playing the local music scene for years, singer-songwriter Chelsea Berry left Alaska to tour around the Lower 48 and produce music from her new home town in Boston. She returned to Alaska early this week, and plays a show at Jitters coffee shop... Read More
Chugiak High School graduate and Noise Brigade front man Mikel Henry said he and his bandmates are taking their pop punk show on the road. Their latest album, “Get Rich or Die Crying,” was released Feb. 17.
But Henry said the band’s not out for fame and glory.
“We’ve been wanting to make this... Read More
Alaskan opera fans are in for a rare treat.
It isn’t often that world-class opera comes to Anchorage except via way of the downtown performing arts center. It’s even less often that opera shows up in the Chugiak-Eagle River area other than productions by the music and theatre departments of local... Read More
It’s a dream within a dream, a musical within a play, a sweeping epic within one beautiful and perfect song.
And the finale, with all the actors’ voices blending together in a rendition of “The Impossible Dream,” very well might bring a few tears to your eyes.
Chugiak High School’s production... Read More
The executioner wore tennis shoes, scuffed white sneakers peeking from beneath his solemn robe.
He deftly raised his scathe in preparation for the beheading.
Suddenly, Victoria Otte’s voice rang out.
“Shoes,” she yelled. “You can’t wear those, you need black.”
The executioner pulled his... Read More