Crumpled newspapers and clothes tossed about the city apartment along with beer and playing cards welcome Oscar Madison's poker buddies to his home. And Kenai Peninsula residents shouldn't expect him to clean up when they visit this week either.
Wes Anderson is a master of quaint, meticulously crafted melancholy. Up until now, however, his films have really emphasized the melancholy. One of Anderson’s major themes is the relationship of a father to his children, and typically this plays out with more than a tinge of sadness. From “The Royal Tenebaums” to “Rushmore” to “The Life Aquatic,” Anderson’s films are nearly always meditations on the many ways a man can disappoint his offspring. These movies are always beautiful, very funny, gorgeous to look at, and, at precise moments, heartbreaking.
For better, for worse.
You promised that once, and you meant it. For richer, for poorer was okay, too; you'd do it together. And over the years, that's how it happened… until you got to the last part.
In sickness and in health.
The visiting Kenai Central baseball team held off Homer 4-3 on Tuesday in Northern Lights Conference action.
It was the first game of the season for the Kards, while the Mariners fell to 0-3 in the league and 0-3 overall.
A Kasilof man is in jail after fleeing the scene of an accident Monday.
Alaska State Troopers allege Dennis Poston, 57, was driving drunk when he struck a 2014 Hyundai SUV with his 1994 Ford pickup on Cardwell Road in Kasilof at about 8:30 p.m. Monday.