WV Artist on Display: Birdbaths to Dragonflies w/ Tanya Henson

Meet Tanya Henson, this month’s multidimensional WV Artist on Display. She is a seasoned artist with the ability to create almost anything through upcycling techniques. Tanya is a dog loving, fire dancing, kayaking and camping fiend, wherein she is always looking for cool sticks and pretty rocks to add to my creations. We came across […]

My Dog & I: Walking & Working

Thank Goodness the weather has started to relax its Winter Grip and Spring is in sight! Let’s start to think about peeling off those long johns and getting some color back into our faces… I know there are a LOT of dogs who are really excited that their owners are stirring from hibernation and starting […]

Curiouser & Curiouser at Greenbrier Valley Theatre

Greenbrier Valley Theatre’s Youth Education Program is excited to present its spring musical Disney Alice in Wonderland Jr., held at the theatre in downtown Lewisburg. Follow Alice down the rabbit hole as she chases the White Rabbit to the strange and magical Wonderland. Lewis Carroll’s delightfully whimsical tale is brought to life with exciting Disney […]

Grandpa Larry’s Random Reminiscence: Facing Up

File this one under “daring escape attempts.” A man in Chicago quite a few years ago was driving a taxi and his fare put a finger to the back of the driver’s head and demanded his money. The cabbie had no idea it was only the man’s finger and in desperation decided he was going […]

We are One WV: Lucky in Love

The best kind of luck to fall into is the luck of love. St. Valentine just visited. And now St. Patrick is headed our way. I’m going to call this time of year ‘Lucky in Love!’ It’s that time right before spring. When the snow is real wet and heavy and the mud is real […]

No Irish Goodbye for Patrick O’Flaherty

It’s almost impossible if you are a certain age and watched TV to ignore the charisma, charm and characters’ comparisons between our Washington Street’s The Irish Pub and “Cheers”. “Cheers” is a sitcom featuring a neighborhood bar with a cast of great characters that ran for roughly a decade beginning in 1982 and 1993. The […]

Guns and Cornbread: Trout & other Springtime Maladies

What is it with trout? Can any of you tell me? I hope that you can. How can something as simple as a fish swimming in the water, minding his own business, just being a fish, cause so much flap and controversy? Pictured above: Clark Ellis with a nice rainbow trout. I have observed this […]

Saturday, April 6: Sporting Clay Shoot & Cookout Fundraiser

On Saturday, April 6, join the Monroe County Shrine Club at Powder Ridge Sporting Clays for their first annual Sporting Clay Shoot & Cookout Fundraiser to benefit Shriner’s Hospitals for Children. Starting at 10am, participants will enjoy healthy competition and a fun afternoon of sport shooting clays at 15 different stations. Local experienced shooters will […]

Future Doc: My March Madness

Dr. Royal Lee (1885-1967),  was hailed as the greatest nutritionist of the twentieth century.  Yet his name and work go largely unknown today. Dr. Lee’s basic message was that the primary cause of most modern disease is malnutrition. His research and message threatened our nation’s most powerful institutions (Big Farma and Big Pharma). These special […]

Saturday, March 30: Off the Wall at Chester’s!

On Saturday, March 30, enjoy the sounds of 50’s and 60’s country and rock w/ Off the Wall at Chester’s Place in Talcott, WV. Chester’s serves ice cold beer & drinks paired with an appetite for wings or chicken while sitting around a spacious bar solving the world problems. Juke & Pool/darts too! They are located at 51 Kesler Lane. Talcott, West […]