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Gaming, West Virginia style

September 29, 2009 Four-inch long models of World War I fighter planes seem suspended in mid-air over the gaming table. Nearby, models of futuristic warrior robots battle over a post-apocalyptic landscap. more »»

‘True Blood’ actor returns home

September 29, 2009 (Editor’s note: Danny Forinash is the communications specialist for the Charleston Area Alliance, the parent organization of East End Main Street. East End Main Street is putting on HallowEast). more »»

Other West Virginia Halloween events

September 29, 2009 Halloween is big in West Virginia, and it keeps getting bigger. more »»

Capitol Music Hall reopens

August 25, 2009 Wheeling’s Capitol Music Hall is set to reopen this month as a performing arts center after more than two years of darkness, with the 2,600-seat theater lighting up Sept. more »»

Noel Devine, Jarrett Brown look to take WVU back to BCS bowl game

July 29, 2009 The Patrick White Era is over at West Virginia University. more »»

Football ain’t just for men

July 28, 2009 Are you ready for some football? Ladies, whether you love to hate it or hate to love it, football is an ongoing phenomenon across Americ. more »»

Daytripping in WV

May 26, 2009 Though many parts of West Virginia are nearly recession-proof, it’s still important to know how to spend one’s summer without blowing a bunch of cash. more »»

The best places to get wet

May 26, 2009 That sweet sound of the splash after someone hucks him or herself off of a rock into the water below can only mean one thing: summer is here. more »»

WV: Heaven's Playground

March 24, 2009 As spring begins to work its way back into the Mountain State, it seems as if there are always things to do outside. more »»

Banning Barbie?

March 24, 2009 For 50 years young girls have asked their parents for Barbie dolls. more »»

Wrestlers vs. Zombies

February 24, 2009 A generation (or so) ago children growing often obtained their first reading experience through comic books that take them up, up and away into a fantasy land just this side of the looking glass. more »»

Worth working back from accident

February 24, 2009 About a month ago, readers likely feared the worst — a man in a rolling wheelchair had been struck on the Southside. The victim turned out to be artist/disabled advocate, Christopher Wort. more »»

’08’s Finest? Slaton

December 29, 2008 Looking back at the 2008 season, there are two things I will remember about WVU Football: “I’m so proud of those boys” and “Dang that Slaton can run!”... more »»

Mountain Lemmings

December 29, 2008 I wanted to start this with a playful analogy about WVU fans being like lemmings, following the leader in mass. Or a herd of cattle stampeding across a field. more »»

Up, up and away

December 29, 2008 Look out the window. It’s that time of year. Snow is in the crisp and cold air and with each tentative step, your feet crunch in a new layer of light and fluffy crystals. more »»

Pat White’s Legacy Still in the Making

December 29, 2008 When Pat White came to West Virginia University from his home state of Alabama in 2005, it was for one reason and one reason only: he wanted to be a star quarterback. more »»

Official Review: Bill Stewart’s First Year

December 29, 2008 Elder statesman Bill Stewart came on the scene during an emotional period for the Mountaineers. more »»

W.Va.: The start of it all

November 24, 2008 The WWVA Jamboree opened at midnight on April 1, 1933 in the Capitol Theater in Wheeling and was broadcast on WWVA from the nearby Hawley Building. more »»

Anthology: Leaving W.Va. to write about home

November 24, 2008 Cheyenna Weber hails from Roane County, but lives in New York City now – and that is one of the seminal facts that defines he. more »»

Straddling the netherworld, searching for witches

October 28, 2008 Haunted Hills West Virginia seems to straddle the netherworld. more »»

 
 

 

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