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Brown Chicken Brown Cow String Band, Issue #6

By: Christina / Category: Blog, Ian Lutz, Music Reviews

I must admit, I usually prefer to listen to BCBCSB in an outdoor setting by the light of a campfire. Tonight, the band performed at the Wild Bean and I was reminded, yet again, that this band has the chops to entertain in any setting. By now, West Virginia is well acquainted with our beloved […]

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Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.: A Wash-Rags to Riches Story, Issue #4

By: Christina / Category: Blog, Music, Sound of the Town, Susanna Robinson

From just a few months ago, when this amazing performer was still washing cars in Logan , WV , until next month, when he will be knocking the audience dead at Harlem ‘s legendary Apollo Theatre, the story of Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. is more than a Cinderella tale. Having won the first place title […]

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Ladysmith Black Mombazo, Issue #3

By: Christina / Category: Blog, Music Reviews, Sound of the Town, Susanna Robinson

Ladysmith Black Mombazo, Concert Review For those of us fortunate enough to share Carnegie Hall’s performance of South Africa ’s Ladysmith Black Mombazo a few weeks ago, it was a lovely and heartfelt appearance by a warm and joyful group of amazing vocalists. Having been formed by Joseph Shabalala (then in his 20’s, in 1964), […]

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From Hollers to Hilltops, Morningstar Shines Bright, Issue #7

By: Christina / Category: Blog, Food & Drink Reviews, Jim Shock, Music Reviews

From Hollers to Hilltops, Morningstar Shines Bright The wild people and wonderful stories of West Virginia have a unique voice in Mike Morningstar. The state native (and legend in many parts) will bring his folksy and straightforward storytelling to Greenbrier County, performing at Stuart’s Smokehouse in Alderson, WV on Sunday, June 2 at 9pm. Mike […]

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Wisdom from the Woods: Distrustful People, by Jim Shock

By: Christina / Category: Blog, Jim Shock, Wisdom from the Woods

Wisdom from the Woods –Life lessons learned from being around distrustful people. I’m not sure what life event causes someone to become wary of the world but I suspect it’s very draining to live that way. Always seeking clues for motives that don’t exist is a relentlessly disappointing endeavor. In the end, no one wants […]

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Wisdom from the Woods: Seasoned Country Cooks, by Jim Shock

By: Christina / Category: Blog, Jim Shock, Wisdom from the Woods

Wisdom from the Woods –Life lessons learned from being around a kitchen full of seasoned country cooks. While enjoying ramps this spring, I had a revelation. Ramps have a bad reputation. The indigenous delicacy represents the wonderful spirit of West Virginia perfectly. It’s an uncommon delight that grows wild in the mountains and leaves a […]

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Wisdom from the Woods: Snobbish People, by Jim Shock

By: Christina / Category: Blog, Jim Shock, Wisdom from the Woods

Wisdom from the Woods –Life lessons learned from being around snobbish people. Living simple makes lots more sense. The greatest advantage West Virginians have is how ignorant we let people think we are. Dumb folks wouldn’t have the good sense to live here. It’s just a shrewd ruse meant to keep the riffraff away. How […]

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Wisdom from the Woods: Hospitable People, by Jim Shock

By: Christina / Category: Blog, Jim Shock, Wisdom from the Woods

“Wisdom from the Woods” –Life lessons learned from being around hospitable people. Acts of kindness aren’t random at all. I’d sooner be needy, hungry and broke down in WV than anywhere else in the world, ‘cause I know someone is gonna help me, feed me and fix me, probably all in the same dang day. […]

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Wisdom from the Woods: Thoughtless People, by Jim Shock

By: Christina / Category: Blog, Jim Shock, Wisdom from the Woods

Wisdom from the Woods” –Life lessons learned from being around thoughtless people. Kindness becomes valueless when given to worthless people. If equivalent effort isn’t applied at both ends of a king gesture, it profits no one. Certainly, the giver gets satisfaction from doing something good, but diminishing returns over time quickly bankrupt a person’s cache […]

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Wisdom From the Woods: Wary People, by Jim Shock

By: Christina / Category: Blog, Jim Shock, Wisdom from the Woods

“Life Lessons Learned from being around wary people.” The plunge hurts a little, but I respect anyone who cuts the cord and doesn’t leave you hanging. I’ve learned, it’s better to keep your feet close to the ground than have higher expectations of an average person who is incapable or reaching too far. – Jim […]

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Rock into Violin + Piano w/ Hashtag Lewisburg City Paper this April!

Rock into Violin & Piano w/ Hashtag Lewisburg City Paper this April! - This April, rock into violin and piano with Hashtag Lewisburg City Paper. On Saturday, May 8th, you are invited to an evening of high-energy live music with internationally touring classical and rock violinist Adam DeGraff and Lewisburg area pianist and teacher Alex DeGraff at the Lee Street Listening Room in Lewisburg. The concert starts at 8:00 […]

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