On this West Virginia Morning, the Appalachian Trail stretches from Georgia to Maine, and North Carolina native, Jennifer Pharr Davis has not only through-hiked the trail three times, but she has also set records for speed. Inside Appalachia Host Mason Adams talks to Davis about her love of hiking and what it takes to get started.
Due to the current circumstances, Mountain Stage is canceling our live shows scheduled for June 7, June 21 and June 28, in Charleston, West Virginia.
We’ll be working to reschedule the artists for another time. We’re unsure when we’ll record our next new episode, but we look forward to doing so when it’s safe for everyone. Be sure to sign-up for our e-mail newsletter so you can be among the first to receive updates when we have them.
If you purchased your tickets through our online ticketing service Eventbrite or at a live show, your refund will be processed soon. This normally takes 5-7 business days, but it could be longer due to staff reductions at Eventbrite.
Our local box office Taylor Books remains closed as a preventative measure, therefore, refunds for tickets purchased at that location cannot be offered at this time. If you purchased your tickets at Taylor Books, please send a photo of the tickets (including the full barcode), along with your mailing address, to email@example.com. We will send a gift certificate via U.S. Mail in the coming weeks, for an amount equivalent to the tickets purchased.
Mountain Stage has now canceled nine live events, including three shows in March, one April event in Athens, OH, and our two events scheduled for May. These include the May 17 show scheduled with Saving Grace feat. Robert Plant and Suzi Dian at The Clay Center. Please call the Clay Center box office at 304-561-3570 to request a refund if you have tickets to that particular show.
We are working to reschedule all these guests though nothing has been finalized. Be sure to sign-up for our e-mail newsletter so you can be among the first to receive updates when we have them.
West Virginia Public Broadcasting is proud to announce four first place awards and seven runner ups across nine categories for the 74th Annual Virginias Associated Press Broadcasters Awards. The first place awards include Best Documentary or In-Depth, Best Light Feature, Best Multi-Platform and Best Mountain State Heritage.
West Virginia Public Broadcasting announces that Mountain Stage is featured in the latest issue of Rolling Stone Magazine. Rolling Stone journalist Garret Woodward explores the diverse group of nationally recognized musicians who have played Mountain Stage, highlighting the uniqueness of the show on today’s airwaves.
Theresa Dennison, a kindergarten teacher at Panther Creek Elementary, has earned West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Above and Beyond Award for January, which recognizes excellence and creativity of Mountain State teachers.