PAMYUA & AK’s Hit Radio Variety Show

PAMYUA joins a cast of comedy players this December 15-18 at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts in Anchorage, Ak. The hit show The Raven’s Radio Hour features a new show this season called THE MUKTUKMAS SHOW!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS then GET YOUR TICKETS!!!!

YOI!

 

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Respecting Our Way of Happiness


click on the link to watch an interview honoring Mary Ann Sundown
http://www.youralaskalink.com/v/?i=132829408

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Teddy and Mary Ann Sundown’s family. Mary Ann and Teddy taught us everything. They fully lived their lives respecting our way of happiness. Their passion for sharing Yup’ik knowledge transformed the pride of us all. Every song and move that they shared were prayers for us the next generation. Quyanarpiitli for sharing your beloved parents, grandparents, great-grandparents and great-great-grandpartents with all of us. We love you!

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Today is First Brew Wednesday for Samples and Discounts

Kaladi Brothers Coffee hosts FIRST BREW WEDNESDAYS every first Wednesday of the month. Today you can get free samples of the PAMYUA BLEND and get $2 off 1lbs bags.

7am – 9am

and

3pm -5pm

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Kaladi’s PAMYUA Blend Brewed and Ready


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For those of you in Anchorage, head over to your local Kaladi Brothers Cafe and get a cup of the featured “Coffee of the month,” which is — the PAMYUA Blend.

1lbs bags should be for sale in Kaladi Freezers by Wednsesday.

Yup, Alaska’s community minded coffee company releases an exciting new coffee blend to hit cafes and retail stores this November.

Named after Alaska’s Inuit world music group Pamyua – pronounced bum’yo-ah, this blend is Kaladi Brothers Coffee Company’s first exclusive blend named after a musical group.

Brought together by a mutual love for coffee and community, Pamyua and Kaladi Brothers Coffee Company hope more relationships are strengthened while enjoying quality roasted Alaskan coffee.

The word pamyua has two common definitions throughout the Inuit language family. The most common refers to the end or tail end of an object. Secondly pamyua means encore or do it again.

Just like both definitions of the word pamyua, the true flavor of the blend arrives at the tail end of each sip and when you reach the end of your cup you will definitely request an encore.

The Pamyua Blend takes the best of each growing region and harmonizes it with full-balanced, earthy sweet, rich chocolate aroma and a crisp smooth finish.

You’ll just have to try it for your self, so head over to Kaladi and try it out!

Remember, 1lbs bags should be for sale in Kaladi Freezers by Wednsesday.

Quyana!

We love Kaladi!!!!!!

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PAMYUA’s “Bubble Gum” in Season 2

PAMYUA’s excited for another season of Discovery Channel’s hit show FLYING WILD ALASKA (Season 2). This clip features a song from PAMYUA’s upcoming album. The song “Bubble Gum,” composed by Ossie, comes on about a minute into the clip. The playful song is perfect after Flying Wild Alaska pilot John Ponts recovers from a painful face-plant snow skating down an icy Arctic hill.

The clip is titled “Suicide Hill.”

yay!

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PAMYUA BACK FROM EITELJORG


PAMYUA returns inspired after performing at the Eiteljorg Museum’s 19th Annual Indian Market & Festival. The festival compliments a prestigious market of contemporary works by some of the most successful Native American artists. Staged in the center of Indianapolis the Indian Market & Festival is as an enriching community celebration for Indiana residents and visitors.


PAMYUA members met people from all over the nation and reconnected with old friends. Back on the stage, PAMYUA was happy to work again with emcee Michael Horse. Also returning, award-winning artist David R. Boxley represented the Git-hoan Tsimshian Dance Group. David was awesome!


QUYANA to Jaq Nigg! Thank you for believing in us; you are amazing. Also thank you to Lisa Watt and to the entire festival staff. We look forward to seeing you all again. IF YOU SAW -PAMYUA- for the first time at the festival, WHAT DID YOU THINK? Write us a comment below. We’d love to hear from you.

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