Wassailing, Folk Art And Grandma's Potato Candy, Inside Appalachia

This week on Inside Appalachia, we go a-wassailing in Asheville, North Carolina. We also visit Kentucky’s Minnie Adkins. She’s had a long career as a folk artist, which began with a pocket knife. And, family recipes bring generations together. But what happens when you’ve got grandma’s potato candy recipe, and it doesn’t have exact measurements?

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Rabbi Discusses The Importance Of Lighting The Dark This Hanukkah 

The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah began at sundown on Thursday, Dec. 7 and ends at sundown Friday, Dec.15. Also known as “The Festival of Lights,” the celebration has taken on a new meaning in the context of the war in Gaza. Reporter Chris Schulz spoke with Rabbi Zalman Gurevitch of the Rohr Chabad Jewish Student Center at West Virginia University on the first night of Hanukkah.

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AG’s Holiday Consumer Protection Week Warns Against Scams  

With the Christmas shopping season now in full swing, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is advising caution around credit card offers, package deliveries and even donating to charity.

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How To Adjust The Holidays For Family Members With Dementia

While the holiday season can be a wonderful time for families getting together with lights and traditions, it can be a difficult time for people struggling with dementia.

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