Art and Culture

West Virginia Maronites Preserving Food, Faith And Future, Before It’s Too Late

Throughout Appalachia, many communities share a common concern: As the young people leave and the older generations pass on, who will carry on the traditions? But in Wheeling, West Virginia, one young man, Dalton Haas, is determined to reverse this trend. He’s committed to bringing his community home, to the sound of church bells and the smells of homemade cooking.

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Lewis County Middle Schoolers Make Ornaments for National Christmas Tree Display

Middle schoolers from Lewis County, West Virginia designed Christmas tree ornaments that are included in the National Christmas Tree display in Washington D.C. It’s part of the America Celebrates annual ornament program, which selects a classroom from each U.S. state and territory to design decorations representing their region.

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Cicadas: A Loud Insect For Emerging Artists

This year millions of cicadas emerged for their once-in-17-years mating season in West Virginia. The insect phenomenon inspired one state artist, who uses cicadas in her artwork.

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WVU Celebrates Opening of Art Museum

After waiting for over six years, Morgantown art lovers flooded the halls of the WVU Art Museum Tuesday to see the university’s diverse collection of…

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