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Kinsey Brown

Kinsey Brown
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Kinsey Brown is a writer and researcher interested in the intersection between nature and culture. She received both her B.A. and M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Hawai'i Mānoa. Brown currently lives in Cordova year round with her husband and daughter. Reach her at [email protected].
Participants learn about wild plant identification at NVE’s inaugural Plant Symposium on Saturday, June 15, 2024. Photo by Kinsey Brown for The Cordova Times

NVE hosts inaugural Plant Symposium  

The Native Village of Eyak (NVE) hosted its inaugural Plant Symposium “Rooted in our Region” this past weekend, which featured keynote speakers knowledgeable about...
The Mt. Eccles Elementary second grade class holds the Iceworm Festival banner during the parade on First Street on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024. Photo by Kinsey Brown for The Cordova Times 

Cordova celebrates a chilly Iceworm Festival  

Cordovans gathered on Saturday, Feb. 3 to celebrate the culmination of another jubilant Iceworm Festival. The 64th annual Iceworm parade began at 1 p.m....

From our kitchen to yours: Tanner crab fried rice

Ingredients:   1/2 pound Alaskan tanner crab meat, cooked   2 cups cooked rice  1/4 cup soy sauce   2 tablespoons fish sauce   2 tablespoons chili paste   2 cloves garlic   Vegetable oil   1 inch ginger   2...
The crew of the F/V Seaview land a pot of tanner crab during rough weather conditions in January 2024. Photo by Nelly Hand

Pot Half Full: Cordova boats find success in Kodiak crab despite uncertainties  

As crab fisheries around the state become increasingly unstable over the last two years, fishermen have found reliable opportunities in Kodiak.  Several Cordova vessels and...
Heather Johnson drinks a beer during the first lap of the Chu-go-saurus Beer Mile on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2024. Photo by Kinsey Brown for The Cordova Times

‘Nothing like being four beers deep and full of endorphins’  

Runners compete in a frosty 2024 Beer Mile  Participants in the Beer Mile competed this past Saturday, Jan. 27 for the title of champion in...

Thrifters rejoice: Rummage sale reopens ahead of spring

Much to the delight of local Cordova shoppers, the community thrift store and rummage sale has reopened after a brief winter break. Over a...

Meet the 2024 Miss Iceworm contestants 

This year’s Miss Iceworm competition features six of Cordova High School’s students. Miss Iceworm is a scholarship program recognizing outstanding young women in Cordova....

Grant funds replace equipment at Bidarki

The Cordova Department of Parks and Recreation recently replaced outdated equipment at Bidarki Recreation Center.   Two new treadmills were purchased by the department in order...

Stage of the Tide to return this spring  

Stage of the Tide, Cordova’s local theater group is planning a return to the stage this coming spring. Their upcoming show “Don’t Drink the...
Ashley Taylor holds bouquets of fresh tulips in her shop space at Kicker Room Blooms on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2024. Photo by Kinsey Brown for The Cordova Times

Cultivating joy: Kicker Room Blooms grows fresh hydroponic flowers mid-winter  

Kicker Room Blooms is providing Cordova with fresh tulips in the middle of winter. The new florist business is operated by Ashley Taylor who...