Zachary Snowdon Smith
The city of Cordova must explicitly confirm that it accepts the existence of human-caused climate change, say protesters.
"If Cordova would just disappear, it’d make a lot of people real happy," retired fisherman Phil Lian says. "But it isn’t gonna happen."
“Moka” is an eerie, poignant film that rejuvenates the revenge thriller by stripping it to its basics.
"Dark Phoenix" is not a great movie, or even an ambitious movie, but it is an entertaining movie.
In 1919, St. George’s Episcopal Church was founded amid a rugged wilderness scattered with boom towns and railroad construction camps. A century later, congregants gathered to remember the ingenuity and determination of the Cordovans who built the church into a social and cultural landmark.
Cordova can't afford two healthcare facilities, say CCMC board members.
“We just want to take people on a magical unicorn ride through their imaginations, using all the beautiful music traditions from all over the world that we’ve encountered and we’ve let influence us," says Che Apalache frontman Joe Troop.
This year, Mt. Eccles Elementary School students will bring home a new kind of report card.
“Theeb” proves that the elemental can be more powerful than the epic.
Like so many films before it, “Rocketman” takes the dazzling and uncomfortable complexities of the Genius Artist and chains them to a familiar framework.