The West Virginia University Extension Service’s Master Gardener program in Kanawha County is holding its annual Plant Sale on Saturday, May 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Riverside Pavilion at Coonskin Park. The event is free and open to the public.
For Joan Spilman rejection, a looming deadline and the urgent need for a thesis came together to inspire her multi generational novel, “Silver Bottle.”
Winter sees a flurry of new book releases as people snuggle in for the season. The Book Team recommends these new fiction and nonfiction titles.
If you like stories of grit, determination and revenge then look no further than Forest “Jack” Bowman’s new release, “All Our Yesterdays: A Tale of Cunning and Grit”.
Everything has been hectic and stressful lately, so your Kanawha County Public Library Book Team duo decided to share some of the books that they have used to escape.
As I read “Final Approach,” I found myself casting a young Owen Wilson as the easy-going, wise-cracking Jerome Lill.
The WV Book Festival is set to return on October 22nd and 23rd — not at the Charleston Coliseum as originally planned, but in an online, virtual format due to the risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic. The Book Festival is coordinating with the authors on the logistics and timing of…
Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and other social media affect our lives and connections with other people. For some, it leads to filtered versions of life being shared with family and friends.
HUNTINGTON — If there’s any truth to the idea that you are what you eat, then maybe the members of Cicada Books and Coffee’s popular Tasty Reads Book Club should adopt a new slogan: you are what you read.
It’s that time of year. The search for your 2021 beach book. A book to read beside the pool or lake or ocean. A book which will be a pleasure to pass the time with, but not too taxing. We have rounded up a variety of titles we hope will fit the bill.
“Let’s Talk About Hard Things”
Mother’s Day is coming. It can mean breakfast in bed or fond memories of mothers we’ve lost. Being a mother has changed over time and those changes are reflected in the books we read. Here are some literary reflections on motherhood today.
March 15 marked the one-year anniversary of closing the Kanawha County Public Library for the COVID-19 lockdown, a difficult year for both staff and patrons.
If you’ve ever been to The Greenbrier or seen numerous photographs, the first thing that you notice is color. It abounds in every room from the guest rooms, to the dining rooms to the hallways and walkways.
'I knew I was different': WV author pens book for children growing up in foster care, as he once did
PHILIPPI — Adam Starks’ three children are in the midst of happy, active childhoods sharply different from his own.