The CorvidEYE

Poetry in motion, five days a week

Our colleague Dan Olbrych made this short film about the press run at The Daily Sitka Sentinel, a family-owned newspaper celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. While the film has a nostalgic vibe, we’re pretty sure that — like fresh-baked bread or well-crafted construction — this kind of dedicated, thoughtful newspapering will never go out of style.

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