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Chaos and drama aside, holidays are for families

October 30, 2013 I can’t remember how old I was when I first started helping with holiday cooking. Old enough to handle a sharp knife, clearly, but not quite tall enough to comfortably reach the counters. more »»

Pacific Crest Trail hike for charity ends, but the journey continues

October 30, 2013 Snow! September in the mountains, the weather can do whatever it wants to do. more »»

Kickstarter campaign to convert the Lewis Theatre

October 30, 2013 Submitted The “Project the Lewis Theatre into the Future” campaign, through, is coming to a close at 11:04 a.m. on Nov. 3, and as the clock winds down the theater needs your support. more »»

Haunted happenings

September 26, 2013 Readers are strongly encouraged to contact the event prior to going as Graffiti is not responsible for cancellations or misinformation. WEST VIRGINIA - The Asylum presents “Aberration,” 71 Asylum Dr. more »»

PC police put a damper on spookiest night of the year

September 26, 2013 Is it just me or was trick-or-treat a lot more fun 20 years ago? Before the political correctness gurus and the helicopter parent movement descended on society, I remember a certain thrill about... more »»

Paranormal investigations group takes hauntings seriously

September 26, 2013 The same daft haunted house attractions pop up everywhere this time of year, wrought with the same old bags of tricks: mish-mashed concoctions of typical characters that are culled from popular... more »»

Rallies, rides & runs

August 29, 2013 KENTUCKY  Sept. 7 • 9th Annual Dice Run & Pig Roast Louisville Kentucky • Kentucky Motorcycle Association Corn Festival Poker Run Morganfield Kentucky     MARYLAND Aug. 30 - Sept. more »»

Take a hike: Upwards and onwards toward the Great White North

August 29, 2013 Oregon! After 3 months, 5 days and 1,727 miles of walking, we have finally crossed into the second state along the trail. more »»

View from the top: Hiking through the Sierras

July 31, 2013 Water, water flowing from every direction, filling the canyon with life. Providing shade trees. Permitting a thirsty hiker to stop and fill his bottle every few minute. more »»

One person’s road less traveled may be another’s road home

June 27, 2013 While wracking my brain to think of an idea for this month’s theme of, “Off the Beaten Path,” several people suggested that my experiences last month at a gaming convention would fit. more »»

Trekking through the desert: Hot, dry and full of great beauty

June 27, 2013 It’s early afternoon and I’ve already been walking for about six hours. The temperature has risen from a cool 70 degrees to a sweltering 100+. more »»

Festivals, fairs and music

May 29, 2013 Summer fairs & festivals around the state MAY --------------------------- 30-June 2 - Blue & Gray Reunion, Phillipi 31-June 1 - Elk River Fest Clay JUNE --------------------- 1 - White Oak Rail... more »»

There’s no putting a price on just living

May 29, 2013 By Autumn Mentink I don’t have a lot of money. Mind you, this isn’t a complaint, but there gets to be a point when all things entertaining are costly. more »»

Can’t find something to do this summer? You’re not looking

May 29, 2013 Summertime is upon us, meaning heat, humidity, sweat, sticky arms and legs! But more to the point, music festivals. Summer is famously chock full of festivals. more »»

Column: Hike for charity continues through the desert

May 29, 2013 Hot! Well, that’s what they said the desert would be like. It’s 7:30 in the morning, Thursday the 9th of May, and I’m shivering. more »»

Take a hike: Columns will follow men on a mission

April 29, 2013 My name is Aaron Agnew and I’m a resident of Keyser, West Virginia. more »»

Tricon a convention for the fans, by the fans

April 29, 2013 The Tri-State Comic Convention in Huntington is the kind of event I’d be going to even if I wasn’t trying to get people to check out the webcomic I’m writing and maybe buy some stuff. more »»

Asian beetles, weeds and deer...oh my

April 1, 2013 I’m a gardener. Sort of. What I mean is, when I want an exercise in frustration, I go out and look at my garden, trying to form some kind of battle plan. Yes—battle plan. This is war. The gardener vs. more »»

America’s whitewater wonderland in good ol’ W.Va.

April 1, 2013 Water released from the Summersville Dam every fall provides the most intense whitewater rafting east of the Mississippi; that’s why the Gauley is called the “Beast of the East. more »»



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