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Tag Archives: Blogalachia
July 27, 2011
In the summer of 2007 I had already wanted my tattoo for four years. I could close my eyes and imagine it a part of me, but when I tried too hard to see it, it would slip away into the underbrush like a deer who senses your gaze.
July 18, 2011
Bishop Nash sits down to have a heart-to-heart chat with some of the spam received at the ‘Meanwhile in West Virginia’ blog.
July 15, 2011
So, one of the missions of WestVirginiaVille is to scope out who’s doing interesting work on the Web. ‘Meanwhile in West Virginia,” a collaboritve blog by four Marshall students, passes muster.
July 9, 2011
Is Pittsburgh cooler than Austin? Are cookie tables the next hipster find? Is Weirton, W.Va., a jerkwater town or the next undiscovered gem? Or both? A Blogalachia re-post poses a few timely questions.
June 10, 2011
“The Last Mountain” screens in Charleston and here are some thoughtful observations about a movie that has gotten widespread buzz in its depiction of the devastation caused by mountaintop removal mining.
May 30, 2011
Attract young people to West Virginia? Sure, says today’s Blogalachia commentary, but what kind? “Get the most hard-core world-changers we can. No one needs self-absorbed “what’s in it for me” types right now …”
May 16, 2011
‘One might be tempted to say that we’re poorer today because of Hazel’s Dickens passing, but a trip to YouTube will show that her spirit enriches the repertoire of musicians all over the world.’
May 15, 2011
A charming found video, even if the camera is a little shaky and the subject is how a Calhoun County bull lost its jewels.
May 13, 2011
“My tic used to infuriate my old boyfriend. The first time he hurt me was, perhaps not coincidentally, the first time my hand shook this way.”
May 11, 2011
“As we awoke on the morning of November 5, 1985, none of us could imagine the changes that were being wrought upon our world …”
April 22, 2011
An entertaining essay by Charleston, W.Va., native Elizabeth Gaucher, who manages to muse her way from a childhood game to issues of authoritarian manipulation.