Keymonisha (a/k/a "KeyKey") Dudley has always had an eye for high-quality, natural cosmetic products and a strong heart for her connection to her African heritage and its vast culture.
The Belle-based BlackRoot Theatre organization held auditions recently for its upcoming scheduled season, being revised and devised with COVID-19 health considerations and constructs in mind.
A trio of St. Albans’ high school basketball coaches could be called for traveling this summer — but it’s going to be a welcome call in the simmering heat of the moments.
After 50 years of giving shears to thousands of soon-to-be-well-groomed customers, George Bsharah has closed his one-and-only Cross Lanes barber shop, aptly and succinctly named George’s Barber Shop; shelved his scissors; and retired, albeit a bit reluctantly.
The WV Women Made Market, an organization dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship among women and girls across the state, are planning to host a community pool party and multiple fundraiser next month at Lakewood Pool in St. Albans.
Sizzling or cool Japanese, Thai, and other Asian culinary creations can now be ordered — and enjoyed — every day from a newly opened East End eatery.
A George Washington High School alumna and New York City actress/instructor has returned to her home state recently to share her stage prowess with youngsters interested in or currently pursuing roles in the performing arts.
If you’re accumulated some essentially non-essential items over the quarantine, stay-at-home stretch that you’d like to unload for cash, comfort or convenience, or are in the mood to bargain hunt (or a bit of both), Capitol Flea Market is offering free, outdoor vendor spaces at its Charlesto…
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