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Shepherdstown funksters drop new album

January 31, 2018 Mid-Atlantic based funk-fusion maestros Ginada Pinata, out of Shepherdstown, are proud to announce the release of their new self-titled albu. more »»

 
 
 
Old ‘sis’ Linn may be haunting Glenville State College

January 31, 2018 In 1919, actor Charlie Chaplin ruled the motion picture market. The song “I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles” was at the top of the American music charts and the average car cost just $525. more »»

Progressive Advocacy Group Joins Political Landscape for 2018

January 31, 2018 Graffiti was able to sit down recently with Ryan Frankenberry, the executive director of the newly-formed West Virginia Working Families Party. more »»

‘Shape’ joins others as major Oscar contender

January 31, 2018 February thrusts the continuation of Christian Grey and Ana Steele’s openly S&M romance (“Fifty Shades Freed”) and comic’s first African American superhero, Black Panther, receives the big screen... more »»

New album from Morgantown quartet

December 27, 2017 Clean Dirty Clean, a four-piece original rock band hailing from Morgantown, is announcing the release of their first full-length studio album “Resistor” set for Feb. 1, 2018. more »»

Spooky sycamores known as ‘Ghosts of the forests’

December 27, 2017 In my childhood memories of trips from Canton, Ohio to Webster Springs, West Virginia, I remember many things. more »»

The story of the Granny Witch in the snowy woods

November 29, 2017 The Granny Witch walked over the snowy hillside at the back of the shack and started into the woods below. more »»

A New Year’s reboot? Comic characters look to be better in 2018

November 29, 2017 Fresh starts are all the rage in comics. Series, characters, storylines and more are constantly restarted, rebooted and revamped. DC’s done it twice in the last seven years, and Marvel did it once. more »»

Rounding out the box office: Good, bad and mediocre

November 29, 2017 When the curtain falls on 2017, two observations appear certain: First, six out of the top 10 popular films will be superhero related (submission deadline was late November, so expert projections ar... more »»

All hits, no misses for the band behind the bands

October 25, 2017 Submitted NEW YORK — After decades of helping deliver dozens of hits with the likes of Paul McCartney, Elton John, Rod Stewart and Carly Simon, THE HIT MEN — the music industry’s “youngest senior... more »»

Abandoned farmhouse holds an eerie secret

October 25, 2017 In the pines, in the pines Where the sun never shines, And you shiver when the cold wind blows. The cold wind blew fiercely on that damp November evening when I decided to put the legend to the test. more »»

The tale of Gilman’s ‘mad moonshiner’

September 27, 2017 Do Not Whisper to the Wind Do not whisper to the wind, For winds sound far and deep, Deep down into the shadow land Where evil creatures sleep. more »»

‘Kecksburg’ will bring to light events in 1960s Pennsylvania

September 27, 2017 Grand Conspiracy Films, LLC, an established production company based out of southwestern Pennsylvania and specializing in films based on folklore and urban legends is proud to announce production of... more »»

Regional Haunts and Halloween Fun

September 27, 2017 This is not a definitive listing. Readers are strongly encouraged to contact the event prior to going as Graffiti is not responsible for cancellations or misinformation. more »»

Karma To Burn is stylistically unique

August 30, 2017 To explain what’s so special about this American rock trio to somebody who’s never heard of Karma To Burn before, you have to start by leaving aside some of the basic principles of that music and... more »»

Justice switches parties even as GOP opposes him

August 30, 2017 Jim Justice, the Republican-turned-Democrat who won the governor’s mansion in 2016, rejoined the Republican Party at a rally with Donald Trump on Aug. more »»

‘Band-Aid’ fundraiser for music program

July 27, 2017 A high school drum line will get a hand from some veteran musicians when Charleston indie band Qiet and blues journeyman Greg O’Brien and the Spoodoo Cadillacs take the stage at Parkersburg’s... more »»

W.Va. Flugtag team flies high in Red Bull competition

June 28, 2017 Parkersburg — A team of five friends from West Virginia are flying high in the name of an awesome cause. They were selected as the only team from West Virginia to compete in the Red Bull Flugtag. more »»

Rapper Lil Wayne at WVU Coliseum Apr. 7

March 28, 2017 Submitted Morgantown, W.Va.— Five-time Grammy Award-winner Lil Wayne will play the WVU Coliseum Friday, April 7. Showtime is set for 8:30 p.m. more »»

WV House eliminates long-standing Women’s Commission

March 28, 2017 In early March, the Republican controlled West Virginia House of Delegates, by a vote of 58-41, passed a bill designed to axe the long standing West Virginia Women’s Commissio. more »»

The tale of a brothel axe murder on the Ohio River

March 28, 2017 Back in the days of heavy river traffic, brothels and bootlegging, the Ohio River was a busy waterway. Industry was booming, money was flowing and so was the liquor. more »»

 
 

 

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