From classic rock staples by Fleetwood Mac and the Eagles to the folk stylings of Bob Dylan and Peter, Paul and Mary, more than 300 vintage vinyl albums will be available for purchase during the Manchester Community Market Saturday, June 10. The albums are being sold by The Coffee County His… Read moreUpcoming vinyl album sale to benefit Historical Society
This article is the second installment in a summer series entitled "Sports Rewind." This summer, The Manchester Times will take a look back at Coffee County Central High School’s 2022 Graduates that continued to play their sport at a Collegiate level. Rewind the clock and take a look at the … Read moreSports Rewind: John Martinez
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Five years after “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” the Spider-verse is still expanding in thrilling ways. “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” is the rare sequel that dazzles as much as the original did, writes AP Film Writer Jake Coyle in his review. Just to look at, it’s something to behold. Colors drip, invert and splatter in a shimmering pop-art swirl. If “Into the Spider-Verse” reveled in the head-spinning collision of universes, “Across the Spider-Verse” throws plenty more into its multiverse blender. But despite all that's going on, this “Spider-Verse” is remarkably grounded as a coming-of-age tale that's both universal and totally exceptional.