Arts & Entertainment

Bristol Bay Featured on New Yorker's Instagram

Aug 5, 2013
Corey Arnold / New Yorker Magazine

Recently, a Bristol Bay set net fisherman and photographer gave fans of the New Yorker Magazine an up-close and personal look at the world’s largest sockeye salmon fishery, through the smartphone application Instagram.


The city of Dillingham will no longer charge sales tax on local arts, crafts, and locally grown produce.  KDLG's Ben Matheson has the story.

Jayne Toohey / Musicians United to Protect Bristol Bay

Longtime singer-songwriter/activist has the Pebble Mine in his sights with a new album about the people, places, and stories of Bristol Bay.

KDLG "Eye on Entertainment"

May 10, 2013

Your "Eye On Entertainment" for the week of May 10th, produced by students at Dillingham High School.

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Sophomore Jae Lee's performance of Mozart's "Turkish March" earned him the 2013 ASAA Solo/Ensemble state title in classical piano.

Your "Eye On Entertainment" for the week of May 3rd, produced by students at DHS.

August Shade

The choir and two soloists will compete at the 2013 State Solo and Music Festival in Anchorage May 6-7.

KDLG "Eye on Entertainment"

Apr 12, 2013

Your "Eye On Entertainment" for the week of April 12th, produced by students at DHS.

Irish singer/songwriter/guitarist Peter Yeates has taken his music around the US and all over the world.

KDLG "Eye on Entertainment"

Apr 5, 2013

Your "Eye On Entertainment" for the week of April 5th, produced by students at DHS.

Hobbit This Spring

Mar 15, 2013

KDLG Student Reporter Connor tells us about this spring's musical theater in Dillingham.

Alaska’s Lone Bona Fide Art Critic

Feb 27, 2013

Today, we’re going on an art walk. Jean Bundy has been doing these walks annually for about four years in the Anchorage area. For her, it’s about discovering new and interesting artists.

Forty years ago, a caravan of more than 50 cars full of demonstrators pulled into Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. That day marked the beginning of a 71-day occupation led by members of the Oglala Lakota tribe and followers of the American Indian Movement, attempting to address long-standing grievances — not only with the U.S. government but also with tribal leaders.

Open Line Episodes 2/11 to 2/15

Feb 15, 2013

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