Douglas ImbrognoAssistant Lifestyles Editor

Douglas Imbrogno is assistant lifestyles editor of the Gazette-Mail, who also shoots video and produces the paper's "Mountain State of Mind" podcast. He is a musician on the side with his electric folk group, The BrotherSisters, and also publishes the personal website westvirginiaville.com. He is the father of two children and supervisor of three cats and lives with his wife in the Huntington area. He is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, with a degree in English and political science.

Recent Articles and Columns

One arm, no limits: The story of Gary Mays
As headlines recede, critical flood relief needs continue to rise
Behind the boom: Pyrotechnicians light up modern world of fireworks
T-shirt sales benefit flood relief efforts
Best Bet: Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. to headline telethon fundraiser
Review: Light Opera Guild delivers whiz-bang production of ‘The Wiz’
Young filmmaker wants to ‘make the boring things funny’
Changing the narrative of the news in the Mountain State
Fayetteville winter writer’s residency puts second success in books
Filmmakers bring Wild West to life in wild, wonderful West Virginia
Traveling mariachi band brings Mexican tunes to South Charleston eatery
The art and song of Don Blankenship
Former coal magnate Don Blankenship leaves mark in art, song
FestivALL 2015 oral histories subject of multimedia display
Award-winning local Siamese to compete at Civic Center cat show Saturday
Whiskey named for famous feuding families coming to ArtWalk
Former UC coach recounts son’s struggle with schizophrenia
Bed and breakfast owner brings home on country road back to life
New mother-daughter cafe brings unique, local options to West Side
Looking back on the vibrantly artistic life of Anne Shreve
Tracing the arc of WV Symphony maestro Grant Cooper's baton
A step back in time: Lifetime of antique collecting goes up for sale
Holistic Health and Wellness Fair: A day of healing in Charleston
Locally sourced food hits the road in Heirloom Mobile Kitchen
A stitch in time: Roberta Farmer’s art and craft of the quilt