Tag: coffee

Kayak Cafe cruises into Cordova

Walking into the Kayak Cafe, one will immediately notice the convergence of old and new: antique wood shiplap walls and a cozy seating area with modern decor and a bright yellow coffee maker.

Coffee or soda? People prefer drinks that make them feel good

What makes one person happy swigging dark roast coffee or beer, while others opt for the sweet taste of a cola?

Many wild coffees are at risk of extinction

A new study by British researchers finds that some 60 percent of wild coffee species that could contribute to the resilience of commercial coffee...

Coffee’s bitterness is a natural warning system

Researchers at Northwestern University say that given its bitter taste people should want to spit it out, but drink it they do, because that...

Baja Taco expansion under way

It began in 1989 as a place down near the harbor to purchase savory fish tacos.Liz Pudwill had sampled this delicious fare while on...

Cordova Chronicles: From 103 degrees south to 60 degrees north

On July 12, 2018, Alaska Airlines Flight 66 landed in a cloud of dust at Mudhole Smith Airport, and Texans Terry and Rosalon Moorhead...

Perks, buds and visitors will boost state’s 2018 finances

Job losses will continue in some areas of the Alaska economy in 2018, but the good news is more than a million visitors are...

Knit Lit: Cordova Public Library starting a new book club

The Cordova Public Library is pleased to announce a new adult book club starting this month. It’s been awhile since the library has itself...

Always a fresh read on the shelves at the library

The staff at the Cordova Public Library works to keep books moving through so you can find new reads any time you want! Stop...

Council says ‘yes’ to fish tax, winter crab fishery

An equal split of shared state fisheries business taxes and a resolution in support of reinstating a winter crab fishery in Cordova have been...
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