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Library Cooking Up Fun

October 20, 2013 I wasn’t hungry when I started writing today’s column, but I may well have built up an appetite by the time I finish this edition of the Grapevine. more »»

Shoppers Flock To Boscov’s

October 13, 2013 As the holiday season approaches, area residents have even more places to shop for those special gifts for family, friends and loved ones. more »»

Kudos To Those Who Build Up

October 6, 2013 We congratulate Wheeling attorney Glenn Elliott who has purchased the Professional Building at 1300 Market St. and has plans to restore the historic downtown structure and attract new tenant. more »»

October Is Full Of Fun Events

September 29, 2013 Now that autumn has arrived, the fall season of events is in full swing in the Ohio Valley. more »»

Playing ‘Pinball’ In Center Wheeling

September 22, 2013 Historic preservation and restoration projects continue to unfold in the Friendly City, with that work perhaps being no more evident right now than in the 2100 block of Market Street in Center... more »»

Tim Luke: Auctioneer To the Stars

September 15, 2013 Professional appraiser and auctioneer Tim Luke’s annual visit to Wheeling is being punctuated by a special trip to California to participate in two big celebrity auctions. more »»

W.Va. Poet Laureate Goes National

September 8, 2013 West Virginia poet laureate Marc Harshman of Wheeling traveled to the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. more »»

Giant Duck To Make N. American Premiere

September 1, 2013 The big duck is coming! The big duck is coming! The Rubber Duck, a large public art project, is scheduled to arrive in downtown Pittsburgh Friday, Sept. 27. more »»

Change the Tune of Back-to-School Blues

August 26, 2013 It’s the end of August. In the Ohio Valley, that means the kids are back in schoo. more »»

The West Virginian Did It

August 25, 2013 There is a West Virginia connection to a writer behind “Lee Daniels’ The Butler,” the current movie that is attracting considerable attention from filmgoer. more »»

Guinn Tells Manson’s Biography

August 11, 2013 Marshall County is likely to receive some unwanted notoriety stemming from a new book about its most infamous former resident. more »»

Former Navy SEAL To Play SEAL In Hanks Film

August 4, 2013 A former Navy SEAL who grew up in Wheeling has used his military training plus recent theatrical training to score a supporting role in an upcoming film that is projected to be a fall blockbuster. more »»

Quantum Leap For ‘Electric Baby’

July 28, 2013 There was a Wheeling connection, by way of Pittsburgh, to a major theatrical award presented in the Eastern Panhandle last weekend. more »»

Things ‘Perking’ Up In Town

July 21, 2013 It has been another great week of restoration and revitalization in Wheeling. more »»

Summer Recharge Fueled by Cleaning, Connecting

July 19, 2013 Like many teachers, I do my spring cleaning in the summer — literally and figuratively. more »»

Lustron Home On Display

July 14, 2013 Vintage residences that most Wheeling residents take for granted are being celebrated in a new exhibit, “1950s: Building the American Dream,” at the Ohio History Center in Columbus. more »»

Parent Rehabilitation: Taking a Page from the Dog Whisperer's Book

July 12, 2013 I’m a dog person. The thing is I haven’t had a dog in nine years. It was time to adopt the family dog. The girls are old enough to help. more »»

Allegro On ‘Venti’ Tour

July 7, 2013 Allegro Dance Company of Wheeling has embarked upon its 20th anniversary tour called “Venti,” which means 20 in Italia. more »»

Patriotic Celebrations Continue

June 30, 2013 If you’re feeling West Virginia sesquicentennial celebration withdrawal, never fear: the Fourth of July occurs this week, and plenty of patriotic events are on tap throughout the Ohio Valley. more »»

Cut Supply Line to Win the Sugar Wars

June 28, 2013 With all of the news of school gun violence, bullying and world conflict, it seems strange to think that one of the more insidious killers among us is so ubiquitous we rarely pause to think of its... more »»

 
 
 

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