W.Va.’s Longest Running Multicultural Festival Returns

Multifest is back in Charleston for its 33rd celebration. The event will take place Aug. 3-6, with music and dance from local and out of town artists across four nights of free concerts at Haddad Riverfront Park. 

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Localization Event Brings Together Huntington Area Creatives For Art, Culture Show

Localization brings together Huntington for celebration of art and community.

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Did West Virginia Inspire 'Country Roads'? 50 Years Later, Here's What We Know

Did West Virginia inspire the John Denver Song “Take Me Home, County Roads?” The song is one of the things people across the globe connect with West Virginia. But there’s a debate about whether the song was really even written about the state. This year marks the 50th anniversary for the song.

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A Sweeping Legacy - Broom Making Lives On in Appalachia

In 2017, West Virginia Public Broadcasting featured one of West Virginia’s last remaining broom makers; Kanawha County resident Jim Shaffer. The story ended with a question: would this dwindling art continue once Shaffer retired? Well, it turns out, a whole family in Hampshire County makes brooms together, and they were inspired by Shaffer himself.

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