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Maximum Potential: Doctor turns music theory into art

The white enamel base of Dr. Mark Zanter’s electric guitar gleams in the light of one of the galleries of the Huntington Museum of Art. ... Read more

3 days ago by Benita Heath.

Bound for adventure

Fayetteville business turns vans into travel vehicles Michael Williams has fond memories of the Volkswagen camper van he lived in for years after college.  “It ... Read more

2 months ago by Kandi Thompson.

Caring for the community

Dyer’s involvement goes beyond veterinary practice Veterinarian Mike Dyer says his line of work is about more than just taking an animal that is broke ... Read more

2 months ago by Heath Harrison.

From mine to table

Charleston, W.Va. area salt company preserves history with artisanal salt MALDEN, W.Va. — Nearly 200 years ago, Nancy Bruns’ forefathers mined salt on land near ... Read more

2 months ago by Lori Kersey.

Displaying the collections

Most people pop up to their attics looking for finds for their next garage sale. When the staff at the Huntington Museum of Art goes ... Read more

2 months ago by Benita Heath.

History in Glass

As varied as people are the ways they worship their creator. In fact, what could come in greater variety than how human beings define their creator. But ... Read more

5 months ago by Benita Heath.

Vinyl store gets its groove back

Story, Photography by Mark Williams The crackling sound of a well-worn Johnny Cash record fills the air as collectors dig through classic vinyl albums, searching ... Read more

5 months ago by Staff Reports.

Psychedelic Appalachia: The Cosmic Creations of Jimbo Valentine

Story, Photography by Mark Williams If you are a music fan in the Tri-State, you have certainly seen the work of graphic artist Jimbo Valentine. ... Read more

5 months ago by Staff Reports.

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5 months ago by Staff Reports.

Rich in History

Not everyone can say they’ve shared a chair with the New Deal U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. But they can whenever they walk into the ... Read more

6 months ago by Benita Heath.

Modern, familiar & international

Nomada Bakery Café & Eatery got its start in a failure. Shawn Schulenberg and Ariel Barcenas got a Kitchen-Aid mixer and Barcenas decided to use ... Read more

6 months ago by Mark Shaffer.

Farm to Fabric

Silver Run Ranch produces creations from alpacas A few miles south of the Marathon Oil refinery in Catlettsburg lies Silver Run Road. For those driving ... Read more

6 months ago by Heath Harrison.

Worth the Wait

Artist takes time to produce treasured items Larry Weese Jr. said he got into wood art as a hobby. “I started turning in 2005,” he ... Read more

6 months ago by Heath Harrison.

Already Acclaimed

New Ashland hotel scores raves since opening At 10 a.m. the aroma of coffee wafts across the lobby of Ashland’s new hotel or, as it ... Read more

6 months ago by Benita Heath.

Vaulting Ahead

Friends turn former Ironton bank into eclectic, creative space (Story by Colleen Walker, Photography by Tim Gearhart) Amanda Cleary and Abby Kuehne didn’t grow up ... Read more

6 months ago by Staff Reports.

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