Cordova’s Iceworm Festival: A small town’s big day
"If you have cabin fever after a long winter, just imagine the pent-up folly brewing in roadless Cordova. When the commercial fishing season wraps, 2,200 Cordovans are left staring at the sea with nothing to fish for and nowhere to go. It’s why the annual Iceworm Festival—held the first week of February—has been an eagerly anticipated tradition since 1961. Cordovans debate nearly everything, but the one thing they all agree on—Iceworm is a hootenanny."