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Take a Trip Back in Time this Holiday Season at Alderson’s Store

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Mountain Scene, Sarah Alderson
It all began when my great-grandfather opened a general store called J.M. Alderson’s General Merchandise. It was 1887, and [...]
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WV Artist on Display: Bicycle Powered Sewing Machine & More by Nevada Tribble

Learn about Nevada Tribble, a West Virginia artist from Elkins. Using innovative fiber art techniques, Nevada captures stories of [...]
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Healing Corner: Winter Wellness

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Healing Corner, Sherry McLaughlin
This winter may be unlike any winter you have ever experienced… you might be homeschooling or dealing with the [...]
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Open Thought: The Milgram Experiments on Obedience to Authority

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Mary Hurst, Open Thought
Milgram wanted to know how far the average person would go. Whether you’re familiar or not, I suggest they [...]
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Guns & Cornbread: Get that Kid a BB Gun for Christmas

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Guns and Cornbread, Larry Case
Slowly, one quiet step at a time I stalked my quarry. It was July and it was hot and [...]
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Eye on the Sky: Conjunction of the Giants

By: HashtagWV / Category: Barry Pyne, Blog, Eye on the Sky
Be sure to keep your eyes glued to the sky this December, as it promises to be a very [...]
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Grandpa Larry’s Random Reminiscence: Autumn Nonsense

There was Homer sitting in one of my lawn chairs looking ever-so-much like Rodin’s The Thinker. I was sitting [...]
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Spirits Up at Robert’s Antiques in Lewisburg, WV

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, On The Cover
Winter antiquing is a great, low-key way to spend a weekend in Lewisburg. This tiny town of just under [...]
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Off the Beaten Path: Blue Rondo a La Winter

By: HashtagWV / Category: Barry Pyne, Blog, Off the Beaten Path
Of all the seasons, winter is my favorite. One of the best things about it is its coziness potential. [...]
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History Unraveled: An Extremely Short History of Xmas in America

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, History Unraveled, Toni Ogden
The evolution of Christmas in America is a case in point. Gaining a historical perspective on America is not [...]
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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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Best Things to Do in Lewisburg, WV

Best Things to Do in Lewisburg WV! - Spending a day in Lewisburg? Here are a few of the best things to do while you’re visiting. Start your day at the Wild Bean coffee shop.  Located downtown, this cafe offers premium coffee, tea, veggie cuisine, wi-fi, entertainment, and more! The breakfast menu consisting of breakfast burritos, egg scrambles, breakfast sandwiches and granola w/ […]

"Over the last 10 years, we have tried several avenues for advertising. Beyond a doubt, our greatest return has been through HASHTAGWV. Whether it be in the HASHTAGWV print edition, or online, our customers, both locals and tourists, really do look for this media form to be in tune with what’s going on in the area and for destination shopping. Advertising with LBSPY (now HASHTAG) has unequivocally been a great asset for our business!" - Craig Miller w/ Serenity Now Outfitters. Ad rates start at just $20! Click here for MEDIA KIT  

Patrick4CMPLTshrp "Hashtag Lewisburg City Paper is the best thing that has happened in Greenbrier County since I have been here for seven years. Maybe the whole state.... a first class operation and a lot of hard work," Patrick O'Flaherty (pictured above), The Irish Pub, Lewisburg, WV
Adam DeGraff "HashtagWV always has their finger on the pulse of this community!" - Adam Degraff (pictured above), (The Weight/ The Dueling Fiddlers / Pianafiddle)

Wonder How HashtagWV Remains Free?

WONDER HOW HASHTAG LEWISBURG CITY PAPER REMAINS FREE? - Wondering how Hashtag Lewisburg City Paper gets published and distributed FREE every month in-print and online? Do we have wealthy parents or did one of us seduce a millionaire? No. Are we financed by bank loans or grant money? Nope, not that either. Until we hit it BIG in the lotto, every issue of HASHTAGWV comes […]


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