Green beans are a delicious reminder of summer’s bountiful harvest. Our small crop yields enough green beans to eat fresh and preserve. I usually can several quarts that I will later fix in the traditional Appalachian manner with bacon and onions. I make a small batch of pickled beans and th…
Last year, my cousin Lois Ann asked me multiple times to attend her wedding. Because she and I reconnected last year when my mother’s health began to fail, I wanted very much to be at the ceremony. And yet, getting there seemed impossible.
Sweet, soulful and savory, the annual Heart & Soul Dip Dinner benefit feast will be served up for the 13th year to eager East End eaters, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Charleston Family Resource Center in the Ruffner Neighborhood Center on Charleston’s East End.
Four area artists shared their creative talents — and personal travails and triumphs in their lives — at a lunchtime concert at the Arc of the Three Rivers Center on Charleston’s West Side on Thursday, Feb. 7.
Area residents are invited to a coffee klatsch to have a cup (or two) of coffee and some casual conversation with a cop, from 8:30 to 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28, in the Sam Bowling Conference Center at City National Bank in Kanawha City.
A few weeks ago, one of my husband’s dreams came true. You see, Tony’s favorite movie ever is “The Replacements,” a film about a fictional professional football league experiencing a players’ strike. The movie was released in 2000, just three years after an actual NFL players’ strike.
Computer enthusiasts — of across-the-board skill levels and age groups — are invited to spread some free “Raspberry Jam” know-how — and gain information and insight — early next month at BridgeValley Community and Technical College.
Kristopher Corbett, Riverside High School’s new assistant principal, has a wealth of real-world experience on land and sea — and a local pedagogical pedigree — to incorporate into his administrative role when the school bell rings at the Belle school each day.