Tag Archives: Mercer Street

Hank’s ‘Last Ride’ and Going for the Gold at Appalachian Film Fest

February 22, 2012

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My short video “Why Art Can’t Hurt You,” a few words of wisdom by Albert Perrone, screens Friday at the 2012 Appalachian Film Festival, with a Saturday showing of “The Last Ride”, about Hank Williams Sr.’s fateful final journey across West Virginia.

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Why Art Can’t Hurt You: A Video Tutorial

August 5, 2011

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One fine Spring day in southern West Virginia, Albert Perrone began painting a piece of public artwork in downtown Princeton, W.Va. This one goes out to artists and those who would censor their work.

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Elephant on the loose in WestVirginia: Part 2

April 15, 2011

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An elephant cuts loose on the streets of southern West Virginia and our video cameras were there to cover the action, start to finish, front to back.

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An Elephant Walks in West Virginia: Part 1

April 11, 2011

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They had dreamed of an elephant, an elephant for the parade each Spring that capped off All Together Arts Week in Mercer County, West Virginia. But where do you get an elephant?

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