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Reflections and Forward Looking

This week I purchased a cassette to mp3 converter. I have multiple years of West Virginia Church of God Camp Meeting cassettes that I desired to explore. 351 more words


2017 Prespring Rankings: No. 43 West Virginia Mountaineers

2017 Prespring Rankings: No. 43 West Virginia Mountaineers

The 2017 prespring college football rankings, taking the first look at the West Virginia Mountaineers

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Southern Ohio - May 2014 - The Dog Blues

Jorma Kaukonen’s Fur Peach Ranch in Meigs County, Ohio hosts weekend workshops for guitarists, with the highlight being a Saturday night concert. Among the distinguished staff members are Larry Campbell, Warren Haynes, and the day we were there, David Lindley. 435 more words


Grandma Mooney’s Spooky Charades

I’ve been thinking a lot about my Grandma Mooney lately. I’m not sure why. I joined a vintage photo group recently and it’s possible the old-timey photos remind me of her – I mean, many of the “mountain” or rural women from her era all look very similar; hair in a bun, house dress, a wearied expression on their face that makes it look as though they’ve seen it all (and probably have).   746 more words


WVU escapes at home in 2OT vs TTU

By Ryan Decker, Originally written for West Virginia Illustrated 

MORGANTOWN – No. 9 West Virginia (21-6, 9-5) has struggled putting unranked teams away at times this season, and… 734 more words

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REVIEW: TeamMate - 'TeamMate'

Introducing TeamMate

When it comes to new music, I really enjoy sitting down with my noise-cancelling BOSE headphones on and playing an album from start to finish to truly feel every element of the lyrics, production and vocals. 379 more words


Winter Panoramas

Last weekend we drove to West Virginia for a nature fix — our term for some rest and relaxation in the wilds.  First we tried the east entrance to Dolly Sods (closed), then the south entrance to Dolly Sods (closed), then the front entrance to Seneca Rocks (closed), the Seneca Rocks visitor center (closed), local national forest campground (closed), and finally the entrance to Spruce Knob, the highest point in the state. 134 more words