The Bookworm Sez: ‘Splitopia’ takes a different look at divorce

You two have been fighting a lot lately. There’s a lot of he said/she said going on. Blaming. Anger, too, and there’s simply no way… Continue reading

Reeling it in: ‘Wonder Woman,’ ‘Captain Underpants’ are a pair of superheroes for everyone

Summer has officially arrived. The sun is out (this morning, anyway) and Hollywood has finally revved up their blockbuster machine to high gear. Usually, the… Continue reading

Triumvirate brings ‘Steel Magnolias’ to peninsula stage

Humor and heart collide in this weekend’s Triumvirate Theatre production of “Steel Magnolias,” brought to life by a small cast of Kenai Peninsula women. Written… Continue reading

Reeling it in: Guy Ritchie brings his style to King Arthur’s tale

“King Arthur – Legend of the Sword” Warner Bros. 2 hours, 6 minutes Sometimes it feels like there’s a fundamental imbalance in the way some… Continue reading

The Bookworm Sez: Are we alone? Book explores possible answers

Who’s out there? On a dark, stormy night, you might ask yourself that if you hear scratching at the door. Your mind may play tricks… Continue reading

‘Swimming Upstream’ on display until May 27

Be careful with what you touch at the Kenai Fine Art Center this month— you may get shot by Mariano Gonzales’ piece “Don’t Touch My… Continue reading

Bookworm Sez: Hockey knowledge not needed for ‘Beartown’

Your favorite team cannot be beat. As soon as they hit the court, field, or rink, they play their hearts out to win. And win.… Continue reading

Reeling it in: ‘The Circle’ spins too fast

This week’s big release had just about everything going for it. As far as grown-up thrillers go, how could you ask for more than Tom… Continue reading

Moose statues complete after 11 years

There are a lot of numbers behind the two large moose on Kenai Peninsula College’s Kenai River Campus. The bull moose are over 16 feet… Continue reading

Rick Brooks to bring unique style to Kenai

Rick Brooks is used to traveling with the music. His fingers travel up and down the fret board. He’s travelled throughout Alaska, the Lower 48… Continue reading

Club and concert series to be hosted at Cannery Lodge

By BEN BOETTGER Peninsula Clarion A building on south shore of the Kenai River mouth — which over the years has been a fish cannery,… Continue reading

The Bookworm Sez: ‘Gideon’ weaves a tangled web

It wasn’t where you put it down. The last time you saw it, it was over there where you laid it. You remember doing that;… Continue reading

Reeling it in: Still fast, still furious

“The Fate of the Furious” Universal Pictures 2 hours, 16 minutes Some franchises feel inevitable, like the James Bond films or “Star Trek,” constantly rebooting… Continue reading

Pioneer Potluck: Easter Dinner

On a farm in Northern Colorado 1937-1955 Easter dinner was always planned at least two weeks ahead of time on the farm where we grew… Continue reading

A kennel of characters: Dogs get their day with Kasilof musher, writer

One Kasilof family has turned their love of animals into a sled dog kennel where the stories of the dogs take center stage. Those stories… Continue reading

The Bookworm Sez: Work with others? Read this

Your co-worker is an idiot. All day long, he’s blah-blah-blah, telling you how great he is, the coolest guy ever. If you’ve done something, he’s… Continue reading

Reeling it in: More than a machine in ‘Ghost in the Shell’

“Ghost in the Shell” Paramount Pictures 1 hour, 47 minutes I read an article recently where the author postulated that Scarlett Johansson is at her… Continue reading

Dancers take up social message with ‘Be Light, Be Love’

The dancers onstage at Forever Dance Alaska’s upcoming show hope to start a dialogue without saying much at all. The Soldotna-based dance studio’s Aurora Dance… Continue reading

‘Medical Marijuana’ one to read with caution

A great big handful. That’s how many pills you take each day. Two for symptom relief. One for pain now, one later. Some to stave… Continue reading