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  Perseverence Theatre is presenting To Kill A Mockingbird in Anchorage, starting April 28th.Morning Line's Danny Preston got a chance to visit with Keith McCoy who plays Thom Robinson, and Enrique Bravo who plays Atticus Finch. The play has been and presented by Perserverence Theatre in Juneau since March, the Anchorage series is the end of the tour. McCoy says themes of the play are as relevant today as they were when the novel was written by Harper Lee in 1960. The play is only part of the presentation - numerous events around the play are planned, using the play as a way for both cast m

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Today on Morning Line - Danny and Frank visited with NYO Games Alaska Head Official and 2017 Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Inductee Nicole Johnston. 

The Senior Games are a week away, starting April 27th, the same day as the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. 

Johnston says one of the central focuses of the Games is to pass along encouragement and family spirit that comes with the friendly competitions - which often have many positive effects on participants.  

The official schedule of events has been published, and can be found at the NYO Games Alaska website:

KNBA Supports NYO 2017!

Apr 20, 2017

  The games will be April 27 - 29, 2017 at the Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage.  NYO Games Alaska is a year-round program that has a positive impact on more than 2,000 youth each year.  NYO influences our young people to improve academic performance, strengthen overall health and well-being, and instills important values, including leadership and respect—values that make strong communities and build tomorrow’s leaders.

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Today on Morning Line - Danny and Frank visited with Southcentral Foundation's Family Wellness Warriors Initiative's Polly Andrews, who talked about her experiences learning and growing after going through the program - and some of the details of the upcoming Friday Fair at the Alaska Native Primary Care Center lobby, which is every Friday this month.  Andrews emphasizes that the events are open to anyone who wishes to attend, and was moved to share her story on KNBA after interested listeners came by the Friday Fair last week.   

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Coming up at the end of April - an event at the Northway Mall seeks to bring awareness about dental health,  and offer free oral cancer screenings and consultations with experts.  Community leader Ma'o Tosi, says the event will help local neighborhood residents access and establish a relationship with dental services and service providers. 

The Oral Cancer Awareness Health Fair and Singing Competition is scheduled for Saturday April 29th, from 11am to 2pm in the Northway Mall.

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It's not everyday a lovely lady and a handsome gentleman play guitar and sing at KNBA - and when it does happen, sometimes it is amazing love longs with a Latin American flair. Today, Danny got to visit with Arwen Lawrence and Jorge Liceaga of the group Cascada de Flores.  

As Heard on Morning Line: Dingus Day? What's that?

Apr 17, 2017

Our Community often receives interesting events and notes for the community calendar - today we noticed it is Dingus Day - "What's Dingus Day?" was the first thing Frank asked - and as Danny explains, its an Eastern-European post-Easter tradition that happens every Monday following Easter Sunday.  

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  Andrew Morrison and Nancy Mike of The Jerry Cans represent Nunavut culture with their album Inuusiq/Life. Nancy is Inuk from Pangnirtung in Nunavut. Andrew learned to speak Inuktitut as required by Nancy’s father when Andrew asked for her hand in marriage. His bilingual vocals are joined by Nancy’s throat singing along with instruments of Scottish and Scandinavian heritage like the accordion and fiddle. These influences give The Jerry Cans’ sound a unique blend of Inuktitut alt-country, throat singing, and reggae.

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Today on Morning Line, Loren and Frank talked with Robert Heffle, the Training and Clinical Manager for Southcentral Foundation's Family Wellness Warriors Initiative. 

As April is National Child Abuse & Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Southcentral Foundation is holding Friday Fairs this month, from 10am to noon with a speaker at 1pm - this week's speaker is from the organization Safe Families for Children. 

Heffle also felt inspired to share a bit more of his personal healing journey - 

As Heard on Morning Line: Alaska Fashion Show

Apr 13, 2017
Peter Williams Anchorage Fashion Week

An event at the Anchorage Museum this coming Friday the 14th - it's the Alaska Fashion Show, features designs from Alaskan designers which incorporate seal and sea otter fur, among other materials.  

The evening will feature Designers Peter Williams, Ann-Lillian Schell, Bobby Itta, Crystal Worl, and Tracy Anna Bader, Music from Kevin Worrell, as well as a host of local Models.  

Anchorage Museum Curator of Art and Contemporary Culture Betany Porter and Designer Peter Williams stopped by KNBA to chat about the event with Morning Line:

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