Zachary Snowdon Smith
“The anticipation of the lights being turned on, with everybody waiting for that moment, was fun to experience,” said Jessicca Hoover, programs and events coordinator for the Cordova Chamber of Commerce. “My favorite part of the job is watching this event unfold that I’ve spent months working on. That was great.”
"In Fabric" is both vintage and fresh, familiar yet startling — maybe even enough to rejuvenate the world of horror at large.
By now, movies about people gradually losing their minds should qualify for their own subgenre. But what does “Never Ever” bring to the table?
“Galaxy of Terror” doesn’t aim for the stars, but it does leave an impression.
Watching “The Irishman” is a bit like eating a meal laced with sand. Probably, minus the sand, it would have been an excellent meal, but it’s difficult to know for sure.
Unlike Raggedy Ann, these dolls don’t smile — their faces are almost totally neutral, with a few centimeters of stitching standing in for eyes and a mouth. But these aren’t just odd-looking stocking stuffers: they’re designed as workout equipment for the imagination.
The town of Yakutat doesn’t have very good internet. In schools, only a handful of students can get online at once. In stores, customers struggle to pay using credit card terminals that repeatedly crash. Nonetheless, it appears Yakutat is poised to leapfrog Cordova, becoming the most connected town in the region.
Police have warned residents not to enter the site of the recently demolished Cordova Hotel and Bar.
The Cordova Legislative Information Office will reopen Dec. 20. Hours are 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 1:30-4:30 p.m. weekdays.
The trial of a Cordova man accused of manslaughter has been delayed from December to February.