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Local news stories from West Virginia Public Broadcasting. Whether it's important news events, interesting features about people and places, the latest in environmental news, stories about education or the economy, West Virginia Public Broadcasting's team of experienced reporters bring listeners in depth stories and interviews from around the state.
 
Hello. This is John Rhodes. I've decided to attempt to make this a free podcast novel again with the free podomatic hosting although it will be sort of telephone quality sound. I will test it and maybe boost the quality. For full quality sound go to: http://littlebirdtoldme.blip.tv. That site will eventually have all my 23 chapters posted there for free. Please consider buying my book though as a donation to the author. This is a far-out hip, San Francisco audio book and podcast novel by Joh ...
 
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On this West Virginia Morning , we take a long walk through the woods to learn a few things about the medicinal plants growing all around us. Also, in this show, we bring you this week’s Mountain Stage Song of the Week, “Shotgun Down the Avalanche” brought to us by singer-songwriter Shawn Colvin and co-producer John Levanthal.…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , ever wonder what it would be like to fly in a small plane around West Virginia? We hear another story about West Virginia’s airplane industry and its remaining airfields. Also, in this show, we hear more about an unregulated landfill near South Charleston, Kanawha County that has been polluting a creek in the area fo…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , a Wheeling-based artist is on the road to recovery after being diagnosed with the coronavirus. We hear about his experience. Also, in this show, we hear about the first graduation from a new family treatment court in West Virginia, and we learn about West Virginia’s fifth major export – airplane parts.…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , should we be worried about our kids and grandkids catching COVID-19? The short answer, according to experts, is it’s unclear. We get into the long answer of this question in this show. Also, we hear local reports in government and energy, and we learn about some natural springs in Southwest Virginia that may not be a…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we learn about some new training police in the Eastern Panhandle recently received in de-escalation, racial profiling and implicit bias. Also, in this show, we speak with longtime community leader Ron Scott Jr. who founded and directs the Ohio Valley African American Student Association in the Northern Panhandle.…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we learn about West Virginia’s only World War I flying ace. Also, in this show, we learn about an unregulated landfill near South Charleston, Kanawha County and we bring this you week’s Mountain Stage Song of the Week.توسط West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
On this West Virginia Morning , the coronavirus pandemic has led to a steep drop in standard immunizations. We explore the local and national conversation surrounding vaccines. Also, in this show, we hear how one state in the Ohio Valley region is trying to increase coronavirus testing access.توسط West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
On this West Virginia Morning , in the wake of COVID-19, many city dwellers in New York and elsewhere have found themselves rethinking housing situations – especially now, if they can suddenly work from home. Also, in this show, we hear a report on the recent endorsement by the United Mine Workers of America for Ben Salango for West Virginia’s gove…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we remember and celebrate two individuals and the important messages they leave behind. Also, in this show, we bring you the latest coronavirus news in West Virginia.توسط West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
Posh senior residence raises over two hundred thousand dollars to provide staff bonuses - - Stranger stabs man on street, says “Welcome to Uptown!” - - Lincoln Park High School reinstating two of three coaches - - Fate of local music venues is dire - - City brings contact tracing jobs to North Side - -Edgewater man found dead in refrigerator - - Ge…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we explore a couple contentious topics. We look at the impacts of Confederate monuments standing in our region, and we hear a report on Universal Basic Income and whether it could be one answer as residents in West Virginia experience unemployment due to the coronavirus pandemic.…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we remember flying over Appalachia with an audio postcard featuring voices of aviators from the region. Also, in this show, we hear a conversation with Appalachian Literature professors Katherine Ledford and Theresa Lloyd, and we listen to this week’s Mountain Stage Song of the Week.…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we talk a little bit about the coronavirus’ impact on health insurance and foster families. Also, in this show, we hear from an author and entrepreneur who is working to ensure Black authors’ voices are heard.توسط West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
Connie Wilson interviews Chicago author Linda Gartz about her book "Redlined," a riveting story of a community fractured by racial turmoil, an unraveling and conflicted marriage, a daughter’s fight for sexual independence, and an up-close, intimate view of the social upheavals on Chicago's West Side in the culturally turbulent 1960's.…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , Secretary of State Mac Warner announced some voting policies this week in the run up to the general election in November. Specifically, voters will have to ask for an absentee ballot application instead of automatically receiving one in the mail. Also, in this show, we hear a report on a small, failing water utility …
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we revisit Kermit, West Virginia and reflect on how millions of opioids could flood a town of 350 people. Also, in this show, it’s been one year since the two-month long Blackjewel protest. We look back at what it meant and its impact.توسط West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we hear from a girl in Appalachia who’s bucking some trends and embracing old traditions in the process. Also, in this show, we hear how a recent arrest of the Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives could impact future energy policy throughout the region.توسط West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we’ll learn about a project called Black in Appalachia, which is about to launch a new podcast. The show’s creators hope it empowers the region’s Black youth. We also bring you this week’s Mountain Stage Song of the Week.توسط West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we consider the challenges colleges and universities are facing as the fall semester approaches. Also, in this show, we visit Kermit in Mingo County. About ten years ago, this small town of about 350 people saw a flood of pain pills enter the community and devastate many people’s lives.…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , while the coronavirus pandemic rages on, so does climate change. Some researchers say planting native species in our backyard is a step in the right direction. Also, in this show, we hear reports from around the state on challenges facing our region to provide adequate health care for both hospital access and those i…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , the traditional start of the school year is coming like a freight train, and educational leaders are trying to prepare for the unknown. We hear from West Virginia Superintendent of Schools Clayton Burch and other officials. Also, in this show, we hear a story about efforts to save an endangered plant in Appalachia.…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , residents in Southern West Virginia got together this weekend for some “drive-in” professional wrestling. Also, in this show, we have updates on the spread of the coronavirus throughout our region, and we remember West Virginian Wade Shaffer who died last month from COVID-19.…
 
Chicago Broadcasting Network provides summaries of Chicago neighborhood news stories that have appeared in the Inside-Booster, News –Star, and the Skyline. This is the July 2020 episode.North Side home market reviving --Unity Church Building Scheduled for Demolition -- Many restaurants will not reopen after quarantine --Most violent day in 60 years…
 
This is a summary of the news for the beginning of May 2020.Chicago Broadcasting Network in alliance with Inside Publications is providing summaries of news articles that have appeared in the Inside-Booster, News –Star, and the Skyline.For over a century Inside Publications newspapers has made a difference by making Chicagoans aware of issues that …
 
Chicago Broadcasting Network in alliance with Inside Publications will provide summaries of articles that have appeared in the Inside-Booster, News –Star, and the Skyline.For over a century Inside Publications newspapers have made a difference by making Chicagoans aware of issues that impact their neighborhoods.This is a summary of the news for the…
 
“Don’t Spread It Around” is based on the iconic tune “Chicago (That Toddlin' Town)” and is my humble attempt to encourage my fellow Chicagoans to abide by the stay-inside mandate ordered by the Chicago City government to encourage the practice social distancing during this COVID-19 (Corona Virus) outbreak. Also some musing about why Chicago is a "t…
 
“Burning Bluebeard” literally comes alive in front of a scorched proscenium arch on a ruined stage - - depicting the aftermath of an inferno that destroyed the Iroquois Theater in Chicago at the dawn of the 20th Century. A Ruffians Production playing through December 27, 2019 at The Porchlight Theater.…
 
We are planning to have Eventologist, Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith as a recurring guest on our podcast to share one or more monthly "holidates" with us including suggestions on how to specifically celebrate with a "Chicago Spin" beginning with National Smith Day, January 6, 2020.
 
An amusing tale based on a true story, as told by Louise Seger who met young Patsy Cline at one of the singer's early Houston performances in the 1950s creating a friendship that lasted until the legendary singer’s tragic death. A Firebrand Production on stage at the Den Theater in Chicago through December 15, 2019.…
 
It’s the 1940s and veteran detective Max Forthright is throwing a lavish party to celebrate the publication of his upcoming memoirs.Before long there is a shot and the discovery of a body causing the entire assemblage to turn to Max to identify the killer in “A Murder Most Novel.”A cleverly written and well-performed production at Nox Arca Theatre …
 
Before the TV and Internet, people looked to the theater for entertaining political commentary the equivalent of Stephen Colbert, The Daily Show, or Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update.These three pithy well performed one-act plays presented by Artemisia Theatre as “The Suffrage Plays” provide insight through a good deal of levity and snarky repar…
 
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