This week, we usher in the season of lights with our holiday show from 2022. James Beard-nominated West Virginia chefs Mike Costello and Amy Dawson serve up special dishes with stories behind them. We visit an old-fashioned toy shop whose future was uncertain after its owners died – but there’s a twist. We also share a few memories of Christmas past, which may or may not resemble yours. You’ll hear these stories and more this week, Inside Appalachia.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The consequences of deindustrialization manifest in many different ways.Sherry Linkon and John Russo, two prominent scholars in working class studies,…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
“History tells us, like it or not, as goes the mill, so goes Weirton, in good times and bad.”This is a quote from Dr. David Javersak, a former professor…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
One person’s story can change your outlook on an entire town. Unfortunately, their story can leave you with more questions than answers.By 2018, around…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
In Appalachia, we know too well the symptoms of industry in decline. However, some aspects are much more visual than others.On March 9, I stood anxiously…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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