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Bringing you the best of West Virginia information. We cover the state with a fresh approach, helping you to understand the history, places to eat, things to do, and citizens of WV. Join James and Jerry on this fast growing podcast.
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It is what the name implies, the random culture of the geek nation from the perspective of a couple of West Virginia boys. We talk about Movies, TV, books, videogames, toys, etc. Geeks United! We now have all our content linked to one site! https://linktr.ee/randomgeekculture
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Have you ever had a peculiar experience on campus? Like hearing the faint sounds of a cow mooing near Woodburn or catching a glimpse of a little girl skipping around the corridors of the MountainLair? With over 150 years of history, there’s bound to be a few past residents roaming around WVU’s campus, and the Daily Athenaeum’s newest podcast series looks to tell their stories. Each week, Appalachian Storyteller Jason Burns joins us to help uncover these stories of real WVU historical figures ...
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Welcome to the WV Podcast, West Virginia's Podcast. This is a bi-weekly show that features the great state of West Virginia and the stories of the amazing people who make it such an wonderful place to live. Your hosts are Jeff & Dee Holbrook. Let's tear down the negative hillbilly stereotype that has been assigned to us by the national media. Let's tell our own story.
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They Call Us The Flying Circus: Two West Virginians In The Great War

Michael Coker with LaRon Jones, Ethan Powels, and Professor Kevin Eagles

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The Great War, World War I, changed the lives of millions in the U.S. Michael Coker, a Master’s in Public History student at NKU University recently discovered a trove of letters written by Cecil “Zeke” Gabriel and Louise Marsh during this period. Coker is working and annotating these documents, dating primarily from 1917-1919. This correspondence provides an intimate window into the lives of two West Virginians separated by a conflict which forever altered the course of history. Zeke became ...
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In this one I tell you about the blowy, cold, and soggy baseball game I attended in Philadelphia last week, my upcoming totally stressful colonoscopy, my possibly-predictable thoughts on the eclipse, and an absolutely infuriating thing that happened to me at Sheetz. All that and fresh new calls to the hotline from Jill, Patrick, and first-time-call…
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This week on Inside Appalachia, we’re talking about traditional ballads - how they tell stories and connect us to the past. These old tunes can mean so much. They can tap into difficult emotions and give feelings space to be heard. Some songs may even be too uncomfortable to sing. In this special episode with guest co-host, ballad singer Saro Lynch…
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Ever wish you could experience world - class art, captivating science exhibits, and a stunning symphony hall all in one place? Then take a trip with us to the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences of West Virginia! In this episode, we delve into this unique cultural hub in Charleston, West Virginia. We will talk about the Avampato Discovery Museum,…
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This week, we visit the Seeing Hand Association. They bring together people who are visually impaired to learn the craft of chair caning. Corporate greed has been gobbling up newspapers for years. Now, some of those same companies are taking a bite out of mobile home parks. They’re raising rents and letting repairs slide. And, as the Mountain Valle…
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In this one I tell you about me taking a seat atop the colander, my frenzied race to the curb before the trash truck arrived, a terrifying hour pertaining to our big summer trip, a really good just-released documentary I watched about an unknown comedy genius that I absolutely love, and the show about Nickelodeon being loaded with perverts back in …
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On this week’s episode of Inside West Virginia Politics, we talk about the last legislative session from the perspective of the new departments made from the Department of Health and Human Resources, developments for unions, overall highlights and discuss a union merger.Nexstar Media による
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Red Terry’s property in Bent Mountain, Virginia, is in the path of the Mountain Valley Pipeline. She says the place was beautiful, but she's worried about the dangers of the pipeline not far from her home. Plus, almost everybody has a favorite cup or coffee mug, but how far would you go to replace it? One woman would go pretty far. And… we explore …
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This week, we’re revisiting our episode “What Is Appalachia?” from December 2021. Appalachia connects mountainous parts of the South, the Midwest, the Rust belt and even the Northeast. The Appalachian Regional Commission defined the boundaries for Appalachia in 1965 with the creation of the Appalachian Regional Commission, a part of Lyndon B. Johns…
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Tony Caridi and John Antonik chat with Mountaineer senior advisor James Dickey following WVU's 90-85 loss to Cincinnati in the Big 12 Tournament. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Inside Appalachia remembers Travis Stimeling. The author, musician and educator left a deep mark on Appalachian culture, and the people who practice and document it. And, grab your dancing shoes and learn about a movement to make square dance calling more inclusive. Plus, it’s not just you. There are more deer than ever these days. A writer explore…
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In this one I tell you about the horrible state of my socks, my latest experience with artificial intelligence, some terrible baseball news, a mysterious and baffling phone alarm that was going off every day, and the demise of a legendary record store that meant a great deal to your portly host. All this, and a call from Producer Zipp. I hope you e…
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On this episode of The Legislature Today, we have our final reporter roundtable of the 2024 state legislative session. WVPB statehouse reporters Randy Yohe and Briana Heaney talk with Leah Willingham from the Associated Press about the past 60 days and the upcoming final hours of the session on Saturday. In the House Friday, the chamber started the…
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Tonight I sit down with the local band "the FM" with its founding members Michael Stewart and Todd Rider. We go over their latest album and how they came to such a solid unique sound that they have shared with us. Please dive with me into the minds of these musical geniuses. https://open.spotify.com/artist/6mG3AAooqoYRFRyxiBEby2?si=2dItIb_lR3ClIdZx…
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Tony Caridi is joined by WVU head coach Josh Eilert to preview the final game of the regular season against Cincinnati. Tony is also joined by an assortment of assistant coaches and staff members to discuss the season so far. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-in…
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On this episode of The Legislature Today, our Senate reporter Briana Heaney talks with Senate Minority Leader Mike Woelfel, D-Cabell, and Sen. Mike Oliverio, R-Monongalia, to discuss where things stand and how that compares to what they planned to do at the beginning of the session. Also, earlier in the day Thursday, Gov. Jim Justice issued a procl…
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On this episode of The Legislature Today, when the session began in January, our government reporter Randy Yohe was assigned to cover the House of Delegates and our southern West Virginia reporter Briana Heaney was assigned the Senate. With a budget bill still to be finalized, Yohe and Heaney offer some of their insights into bill proposals, passed…
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On this episode of The Legislature Today, we are in the final days of the 2024 session, and there is a rush to get bills across the finish line – including the budget bill. In the House, much of the debate Tuesday morning focused on satisfying a $465 million federal claw back regarding the state’s spending on education. When it came to the budget d…
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On this episode of The Legislature Today, we’ve begun the final week of the 60-day West Virginia Legislative session, and everything wraps up Saturday at midnight. Randy Yohe talks with Del. Mike Pushkin, D-Kanawha, to see how his caucus feels about the session and whether they met their priorities for this year. WVPB invited House Majority Whip De…
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On this week’s episode of Inside West Virginia Politics, we talk to some of the candidates running for WV U.S. House District 1, explore the conflict between some financial institution and fossil fuels and discuss the latest to come from state legislature.Nexstar Media による
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For nearly a century, some of the best wood carvers in Appalachia have trained at a folk school in North Carolina. The Brasstown Carvers still welcome newcomers to come learn the craft. In 2021, Willie Carver was named Kentucky’s Teacher of the Year. Then he left his job over homophobia and became an activist and celebrated poet. And, the zine Porc…
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On this episode of The Legislature Today, there is just one more week of the 2024 West Virginia Legislative session. These last days of the regular session are usually when state budget issues are debated and resolved. But a surprise notification from the federal government that the state return nearly half a billion dollars in COVID-19 funds has s…
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Tony Caridi is joined by WVU head coach Josh Eilert to discuss the past games against Iowa State and Kansas State, and look forward to the upcoming matchup against Texas Tech. Tony is also joined by guard RaeQuan Battle to discuss the season so far. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/p…
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On this episode of The Legislature Today, we sit down a day early for our weekly reporter roundtable. Randy Yohe, Emily Rice and our newest reporter Jack Walker discuss some of the legislation that has moved so far this week. Also, the Senate Wednesday night passed a bill that would reduce overall unemployment benefits but increase initial benefits…
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On this episode of The Legislature Today, it was Crossover Day, meaning all bills must be passed out of their chamber of origin if they are to be considered this session. Briana Heaney and Randy Yohe have stories from the Senate and House as both chambers worked to get through a flurry of legislation. Also, a new information portal would be availab…
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In this one I tell you about my somewhat disappointing follow-up visit to the doctor, an absurd discovery by our clothes dryer repairman, and some weird-ass hidden channels I found deep in the recesses of SiriusXM. I hope you enjoy it, thanks for listening! Check out expanded show notes at surfreportpod.com Need twice the Surf Report? We've got you…
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On this episode of The Legislature Today, there has been a lot of discussion this year about vaccines and whether they should be required in private schools, and there has been spirited debate on the topic in the last few days. Health Reporter Emily Rice spoke with Del. Chris Pritt, R-Kanawha, and Del. Joey Garcia, D-Marion, about this issue. Also,…
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On this episode of The Legislature Today, West Virginia, like most of the country, is enjoying record setting low unemployment numbers after the coronavirus pandemic. Briana Heaney sat down with Josh Sword, president of West Virginia's AFL-CIO, and Del. Clay Riley, R-Harrison, to discuss two bills that would reduce unemployment benefits in the stat…
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