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

Documentary creating archive of West Virginians in Vietnam War
At nearly 104 years old, ‘Amazing Bill’ Farley has done it all
Nashville nonprofit completes $10K commitment to Charleston shelter
Charleston woman struggles to afford care only available out of state
‘Blood on the Mountain’ mining documentary to screen on Netflix
WV public broadcaster Vorhees reflects on three decades of work
Discussion to explore language of gender, identity
Holistic Health Fair features healthy-living demos, international eats
Try This WV conference looks to plant more seeds of change
WVSU production explores complexities of goodness
Doctor to sign first Soviet-themed thriller at Taylor Books
WV Film Office on cutting-room floor in budget plan
A tale of a lost purse and human kindness
To give or not to give? Panhandling through the eyes of social media
7-7-7 marathon runner comes home with a record
‘100 Seconds’: Setting the Women’s March to a beat
Winfield’s Roy Kuhl Sports a family affair
Friends finding peace at ‘Roots’ of Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Motion Masters at work recounting Katherine Johnson’s mathematical life
WV movie industry: Cutting Film Office, tax credit would harm state
Poet’s identity quest helped her find fellow black Appalachian poets
Twin sisters carve out niche with custom invitation business
Small WV school yields big military careers
Budget plan spotlights WV Film Office, tax credits
WV churches taking on drug crisis by listening to communities