“I heard a loud bang and saw, right around the engine cowling, sparks and fire emanating,” said passenger Steve Bambakidis. “There were no announcements, so, obviously, your head’s spinning as to what the scenario could be.”
"The big goal in my mind is to engage the community and help the public understand and see — literally, see — where they might fit into the plan, rather than leafing through 40 pages of documents," says Superintendent Alex Russin.
“We’ve heard responses like, ‘I’m pro-life, so I can’t march,’ or, ‘I’m pro-Trump, so I can’t march,’” said lead organizer Kara Johnson. “This is not an anti-administration march … Equality doesn’t care what your political persuasion is.”
Native artists were made guests of honor at a Tuesday, Jan. 21 fundraising banquet. The third annual Ilanka Cultural Center Membership Drive Dinner also raffled off works by artists, including a ceremonial boat oar and a doll wearing a hand-sewn seal fur outfit.
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