This September will mark the 10th-annual Homer Burning Basket project coordinated by Mavis Muller.
Once again, Homer galleries are opening their doors, ready for visitors to soak in the colorful works of featured First Friday artists.
By Randi Somers Homer Tribune Returning playwright/performer Kevin Ray Johnson brings his new play, “The Unpredictable Times” to the Pier One stage tonight. Johnson’s play tells the story of five friends returning home after four years of college to find that their lives and relationships have changed. Starring Casey Parrett, Johnny Hamilton, Peter Sheppard, Sabina […]
Feel a little ukelele love The Hawaiian Serenaders, ukulele teachers and professional entertainers from Maui, Hawaii, will teach different ukelele strums at a ukelele workshop this weekend. All classes/workshops, private/small group lessons, as well as the Friday, 7 p.m. concert, will take place at the Homer Council on the Arts, 355 West Pioneer Ave. The […]
A well-known Alaska native, Dr. Iglahliq Suuqiina will be presenting a talk followed by an open question and answer session at the KBay Cafe Sunday from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. His talk is “Art and Spirituality.”
Who would guess that a play about a sick old man could be entertaining and even amusing.
Jenny Martin has a special place in her heart for kids. It’s a passion inspired —in great part — by her mother, and one that consistently fuels her tireless efforts as Community Director with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Homer.
Immersed and surrounded in natural beauty, it’s not surprising that Homer residents are inspired to attempt to duplicate it at their homes and places of business.
Pier One Theatre’s Friday opening of “The Imaginary Invalid,” a modern adaptation of a Moliere musical comedy, is the last production of Pier One’s summer season, and runs through Aug. 31.
Pratt hosts book signings Former Homer resident Cherry Jones will sign and read excerpts from her new book, “Myths and Mysteries of Alaska: True Stories of the Unsolved and Unexplained,” from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Pratt Museum. From stories of the “Hairy Man,” to the unsolved “Cache Creek Murders,” 12 compelling […]