1. Marian Call Live at Art Works Downtown


    from Greg Bilke / Added

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    Recorded live on September 7, 2011 in the Susan Kirby Place garden at Art Works Downtown in San Rafael, CA. Marian appears with guitarist Scott Barkin. This recording is of the full concert. Wonderful performances by Marian and Scott for a very appreciative audience. We hope to see them again. More: http://mariancall.com http://artworksdowntown.com © Copyright-Marian Call

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    • Alaska State Chamber hosts a panel on Oil and Natural Gas


      from Bradley Fluetsch, CFA / Added

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      Alaska State Chamber of Commerce hosts a panel regarding "Alaska needs more jobs and a safe future: How can Alaska's oil and gas resources achieve both?" moderated by Kara Moriarty, Deputy Director Alaska Oil and Gas Association. Panelist include Helene Harding Vice President of North Slope Operations ConocoPhillips, Curtis Smith Director of Media Relations Shell Oil, Bryan Butcher AHFC, Dave MacDowell Denali Pipeline, Harold Heinze Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority and Larry Persily Office of the Federal Coordinator

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      • Solar and Hydro Power in Alaska - BCEA 2011


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        Alaska Breakout Sessions: Solar and Hydro Power From the Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP)'s 2011 Business of Clean Energy in Alaska Conference Friday, April 29th, 2011 Moderator: Denali Daniels, Sr. Energy Program Manager, Denali Commission Panel: Doug Ott, Hydropower Program Manager, Alaska Energy Authority Clay Koplin, CEO, Cordova Electric Association Rich Stromberg, Solar Program Manager, Alaska Energy Authority Rich Seifert, Energy and Housing Specialist, University of Alaska Fairbanks

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        • Northern Northwest Coast Native Headgear


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          Watch a talk by the Alaska State Museum's Steve Hendrickson on the origins, types and styles of Northwest Coast hats and headdresses. Sponsored by Sealaska Heritage Institute as part of Celebration 2012.

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          • The Naughty Show #118: Glickman, Walker & Yoda Fabio


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            Stephen Glickman & Matt Walker join Sam, Gareth & Vicky as the crowd chants GINO! GINO! Sam returns from Alaska to find kids that missed Daddy and didn’t burn the house down, and an army of robots expressing yearning. Stephen returns with stories about his 22 day relationship with the first black Playmate of the Year, a chance encounter with Don Barris, getting banned from a club for not speaking French, and Fabio’s pearls of wisdom. Matt explains why he likes doing stand-up in shitty rooms, and how it’s not a bad gig if no one pulls a knife on you. Sam plays the radio spot they used to promote his gigs in Anchorage. We party like Vikings - who's into bad weather, huh?! - and the show’s new Asian robot character lands safely. What. is. love. WHERE. IS. SAM?! Visit MattWalkerSucks.com & get Stephen's album at GiantCreature.com - Find us at NaughtyShow.net & NaughtyMerch.com! It's a NOR'EASTER!!

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            • Alaska Sessions (Surfing The Last Frontier) VOD


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              A local surfer in Homer, Alaska, sells his house and buys an old fishing boat to embark on an epic surf adventure. He and his eclectic crew travel up the isolated Alaskan coastline in the dead of winter. It"s cold, it"s dark, and these guys aren"t exactly pro-surfers, but in the words of one crew-member, "when your stoke is hot, you can endure a lot." This is that rare surf film that is based on a true adventure and real surfers in very unusual conditions, not a trip organized by a sponsor with highly paid pro-surfers. The result is homegrown, inspiring, and true " while also retaining high production values.

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              • BLESS THIS HOME-PART II-Pure In Heart


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                We want our family to enjoy peace, happiness, and contentment, but so often we stumble through our most important relationships. In "Bless This Home," discover four family-altering qualities: purity, peace, righteousness, and persecution.

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                • Arctic Vegetation


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                  Part 7 of the Arctic System Science Thermokarst Project / APECS Introduction to Changing Permafrost in the Arctic Landscape Online Course. Presenters: --- Michelle Mach, University of Florida --- Andres baron, University of Florida This webinar series takes an interdisciplinary look at permafrost and thermokarst dynamics in Alaska’s North Slope. It is designed for an audience from a broad range of backgrounds including physical, biological, and social sciences in order to take a holistic look at changes in the terrestrial arctic system. Topics covered include: an overview of permafrost and thermokarst, impacts of thawing permafrost on people, geomorphology, soils and microbes, and arctic vegetation, streams, and lakes. For more information on the course: apecs.is/​webinars/​permafrost-course-2011 For more information on the Arctic System Science Thermokarst Project: thermokarst.psu.edu/​

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                  • Going to the Heart of Sustainability: An Indigenous Wisdomkeeper's Perspective with Ilarion Merculieff


                    from Kalliopeia Foundation / Added

                    Indigenous peoples who have intimate and sustained contact with their lands and waters and who have maintained the spiritual basis for relating to everything in their environment have a profound understanding of what "sustainability" really means even though that is not the word that they would use. Western concepts of sustainability generally are used out of meaningful context, limiting the depth to which we can go collectively and as a society in restoring harmony in our relationship with Mother Earth. Indigenous elders world-wide say that one day the world will look to indigenous peoples for the wisdom in caring for our Earth Mother, and many feel the time is NOW as her life supporting systems are being pushed to the edge of viability. Ilarion Merculieff is a traditional Aleut messenger dedicated to sharing Indigenous elder wisdom and the messages of Indigenous spiritual leaders with the world. He has nearly four decades of experience serving his people, the Aleuts of the Pribilof Islands and other Indigenous Peoples, in a number of capacities, locally to internationally. Larry is a passionate advocate for Indigenous rights/wisdom, and harmonious relationship with the Earth. Close to Merculieff's heart are issues related to cultural and community wellness, traditional ways of living, Elder wisdom, and the environment. Having had a traditional upbringing, Merculieff has been, and continues to be, a strong voice advocating the meaningful application of traditional knowledge and wisdom obtained from Elders in Alaska and throughout the world when dealing with modern day challenges. As the Coordinator for the Bering Sea Council of Elders, Merculieff works with some of the most revered Elders from seven regions throughout Alaska focusing on the health of the Bering Sea ecosystem and the viability and health of the coastal and river cultures dependent on it. Merculieff has shared Elder wisdom locally, nationally, and internationally, and his writings and interviews have appeared in such publications as the Winds of Change, YES, Red Ink, Alaska Geographic, Smithsonian, National Geographic, and Kindred Spirits. Larry Merculieff was featured in National Wildlife magazine as an "American Hero", having called national and international attention to industrialized overfishing and major adverse changes in the Bering Sea ecosystem.

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                    • CORDOVA CITY COUNCIL MEETING - JUNE 3, 2015 PT. TWO


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                      Regular meeting of the city council on June 3, 2015 Part TWO

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