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Fruit and flame create perfect summer treat
Fruit and flame create perfect summer treat

If anyone ran analytics on this sort of thing, my guess is they’d find that grilling and fruit are both at their peak about now. Unfortunately, they’d probably also find that the two rarely intersect.

That’s a shame, because...

Fruit and flame create perfect summer treat
Fruit and flame create perfect summer treat

If anyone ran analytics on this sort of thing, my guess is they’d find that grilling and fruit are both at their peak about now. Unfortunately, they’d probably also find that the two rarely intersect.

That’s a shame, because ...

New tailgating service aims to score customers at Marshall home games
New tailgating service aims to score customers at Marshall home games

Tailgating has long been a part of the football experience — after all, four quarters and a halftime show aren’t nearly long enough for avid fans to cheer on favorite teams.

Now there’s a new tailgating option for Marshall...

Ask the Vet: Lots of hairballs can be sign of medical problem for cat
Ask the Vet: Lots of hairballs can be sign of medical problem for cat

Q: I have had it! I love my Ragdoll cat, Harry, but I am having huge issues with him throwing up hairballs all over my house. I find them in the hallway, in the TV room and even in the kitchen. They make me lose my appetite and he sounds like he is...

Big switch, little change: Little India ownership transfer was smooth transaction
Big switch, little change: Little India ownership transfer was smooth transaction

With the same name, same cuisine, and mostly same staff, it might be difficult for some to recognize that Little India, a well-known East End restaurant, has undergone any sort of change.

But for regulars, there is a noticeable difference...

Tiny Swiss-settled town celebrates history, heritage with Community Fair
Tiny Swiss-settled town celebrates history, heritage with Community Fair

Just six years after West Virginia gained its statehood, a group of Swiss immigrants made the rugged journey to settle in a high, remote valley of the newly formed state.

Despite the many challenges that living in an isolated area brings...

On the Town: West Virginia Automobile And Truck Dealer Convention
On the Town: West Virginia Automobile And Truck Dealer Convention

The West Virginia Automobile And Truck Dealer Convention was held June 21-24 at the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs.

Photos courtesy of WV Automobile and Truck Dealer Association

Fallout from Ashley Madison hack leaves West Virginia ‘Montani Semper Fidelis’

Finally, West Virginia has been ranked last in the nation in a category that makes the state look relatively good.

A survey of individuals and addresses made public last week after the recent hacking of the infidelity-themed Ashley Madison...

Longtime Edgewood chef Still dies at 61
Longtime Edgewood chef Still dies at 61

Jeremy Still, longtime chef at Edgewood Country Club in Charleston, died Friday at age 61 from complications from pancreatic cancer, according to family members.

Still, who would have marked his 21st year this September at the country club, had...

Big Ugly songs are anything but (video)
Big Ugly songs are anything but (video)

As Michael Tierney bounded up onto a stage at the Charleston Civic Center he pointed to his T-shirt and uttered a line sure to win titters from the large crowd assembled in front of him,

“If you can’t tell, I’m a Big Ugly...

Pittsburgh Children’s Museum plans seven WV ‘makerspaces’

The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, with the help of two grants, plans to launch the West Virginia Maker Network, a professional development network for teachers aimed at creating “makerspaces” that will...

Local riders shine at World’s Championship Horse Show in Kentucky
Local riders shine at World’s Championship Horse Show in Kentucky

It’s a busy day at Fiesta Farm.

Riders, still dripping in sweat from a short outside lesson, lead their horses down a hill to the barn — scattering at the entrance to find their respective stalls.

Gracelynn Jordan heads to ...

On The Town: Art Walk
On The Town: Art Walk

Art Walk was held July 16 in downtown Charleston.

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