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Music fests to feed your soul

May 28, 2015 MAY 28 Nelsonville Music Festival 2015 Nelsonville, OH 29 BottleRock 2015 Napa, CA 29 Michael Arnone’s Crawfish Fest 2015 Augusta, NJ 30 Rockfest Kansas City 2015 Kansas City, MO 30 The Roots Picnic... more »»

Multi-Cultural Festival prepares for 20th year

May 28, 2015 PARKERSBURG — The Mid-Ohio Valley Multi-Cultural Festival (MOVMCF) at the Parkersburg (WV) City Park is a free annual festival which encourages the appreciation and recognition of community diversit... more »»

All Good’s triumphant return to the Mountain State

May 28, 2015 SUMMIT POINT — The 18th incarnation of the All Good Music Festival is happening right in our backyard. more »»

Huntington is the place to be this summer

May 28, 2015 By Tony Rutherford Huntington Mayor Steve Williams has another community challenge — he would like for fairs and festivals to be weekly attractions. more »»

Vandalia-Con brings steampunk to Pburg

May 28, 2015 A hodgepodge collection of adventurers, tinkerers and enthusiasts descended upon downtown Parkersburg May 22-24 for the second Vandalia-Con, hosted at the historic Blennerhassett Hotel. more »»

FestivALL features Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

May 28, 2015 CHARLESTON — One of FestivALL Charleston’s most popular events, the Mayor’s Concert, returns for FestivALL 11 on June 25 at the Clay Center with Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue. more »»

Tricon descends on Huntington, capes and all

April 29, 2015 Enthusiasts assembled as Storm Troopers, caped crusaders, winged warriors, princesses, and even Disney’s Maleficent made an appearance in Huntington for the annual Tri-State Comic Con. more »»

The Sunny Side of Anthropogenic Global Warming

April 29, 2015 Over the past decade, manmade global warming, or AGW, has become our culpable cultural credo. All too often, we only focus on the negative side of this much maligned malad. more »»

Rogersville deep shale drilling next for the Huntington area?

April 29, 2015 HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Fracking operators are cueing up to dive into the deep Rogersville Shale deposit, located beneath eastern Kentucky and parts of southern and west-central West Virginia. more »»

WVU prof presents latest research linking mountaintop removal mining to health risks

April 29, 2015 Charleston, WV - After the Tomblin administration announced that it would initiate an evaluation of the growing body of studies linking mountaintop removal coal-mining operations to increased risk o... more »»

Born to be wild: Diggin’ for ramps

April 29, 2015 CHARLESTON — Wild, Wonderful West Virginia recently hosted “Go Outside and Dig Ramps. more »»

The Burning Dawn: Trial by fire

March 26, 2015 From fire breathing to fire fans, fire swallowing and incredible rhythms, the Burning Dawn Fire Troupe has been wowing audiences in the Mid-Ohio Valley and beyond for right around 10 years. more »»

West Virginia State Park golf courses are calling! Where are you playing in 2015?

March 26, 2015 From StatePoint SOUTH CHARLESTON, West Virginia — Even though snow covers the ground and the temperatures are still low, now is a good time to clean up the golf clubs and buy a season pass to West... more »»

Class A girls’ basketball all-state first team

March 26, 2015 By Tony Viola WHEELING — It’s hard not to pay attention to Lindsey Baker when she’s on the court. Actually, it’s nearly impossible because the Wheeling Central junior is seemingly everywhere. more »»

Rock ‘n’ rollin’ the great outdoors

March 26, 2015 Half pipes. Trick boxes. Vert ramps. Pyramids. Rails. Got any idea where these might be? If you guessed a skate park, you are right on the mark. more »»

’Eers looking good, still need to up their game for NCAA

February 25, 2015 The WVU men’s basketball team has been very impressive thus far compared to recent seasons. They have been dominating teams with their full-court press and their record shows it. more »»

BEER: ‘Ale’s’ Well That Ends Well

February 25, 2015 Brewing is not a modern-day invention. There is some indication that Noah stored beer on the ark, while the Chinese have been brewing it for over 5,000 year. more »»

12th annual Polar Bear Plunge planned for Blue Bend

February 25, 2015 Submitted LEWISBURG — Organizers of the 12th Annual Greenbrier Valley Polar Bear Plunge Club say the charity event for the non-profit Child and Youth Advocacy Center in Lewisburg is set for... more »»

Celtic American punk band Dropkick Murphys play Snowshoe festival

February 25, 2015 Submitted SNOWSHOE, West Virginia — Snowshoe Mountain Resort (www.snowshoemtn. more »»

College ball: End of season recap

February 3, 2015 As the 2014 college football season comes to an end, it was a bit shocking to see Ohio State become the first ever College Football Playoff champion. more »»



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