February 23, 2004
Erin Hollowell; Annette and Harvey
Hansen; Tim Long;
Monthly Grind founder Peggy Hovik; Mike Truax of Juneau and Frances
Photos by Chris Wilhelm
Grind Photo Essay - February's three-hour Monthly Grind featuring
the talents of musicians, poets and other entertainers took place
Saturday at the Saxman Tribal House.
The Monthly Grind kicked off
with The Ladybugs as hosts: Humbug, played by Chaz Staunton;
Lovebug, played by Marleen Kuehl, and Computerbug, played by
Valerie Brooks. They were supreme in their various renditions
of Beatles numbers rewritten for the Grind. Their backup band
was High D and the Beetles (Heidi Hays, Arne Tollfeldt, Austin
Hays and Nelson Hays). Cherry Rice mixed the February Grind.
The house band opened with
a tribute to Carolyn Stallings. The band led the audience in
one of Carolyn's favorite songs - All God's critters got a place
in the choir. - Read
more and view the photos...
Monday - February 23, 2004 - 12:45 am
Ketchikan: Alaska's yellow cedar rates high in
strength; NEW SPECIES: Tests at wood technology center could
give it market edge
- Alaska yellow cedar has proved so strong that the American
Lumber Standards Committee has created a new species designation
for the rot-resistant wood. -
Read this story...
Anchorage Daily News - Monday
- February 23, 2004
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