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Captain America twist not the last word

June 16, 2016 Captain America is not the first marquee comic book hero to break bad, and if there’s one thing you can count on, it’s that he’ll be back. more »»

What is a voter to do?

June 12, 2016 I suspect I fall in line with many Americans when I say I am having a difficult time deciding how to handle my vote for president in November. more »»

Welcome summer with strawberries, salad

June 12, 2016 Summer has finally decided to join us for a season! Let’s enjoy every day of this happy season. more »»

Memories of Olympic Deli

June 12, 2016 If you grew up in Parkersburg I am sure you would remember “Angelos’s Brothers Confectionary” at the corner of 7th and Lynn Streets, which was established by George and Pete Angelos around 1918 and... more »»

Who’s your customer?

June 12, 2016 I had the great honor to meet with a group of local college students last week that are participating in the Community Foundation’s Civic Fellows Progra. more »»

Time for summer vacation reads

June 12, 2016 It’s the time of year for relaxing in your backyard, by the pool or grabbing something fun to read while on vacation. more »»

Volunteers honored

June 12, 2016 It was said many years ago that it ‘takes a village’ to raise a child. more »»

Shibori dyeing, part five: Dyeing bathtub

June 12, 2016 Once the shibori dyeing class was over, I was sent back to my hotel with a plastic shopping bag full of still-wet, bunched-up cloth that had yet to be fully rinsed of the indigo dye. more »»

Make memories this summer

June 12, 2016 When my daughters were little girls, cool summer evenings sent them into a tizzy. “Can we have a camp fire tonight?” they’d ask. more »»

Alt returns; North Hills club energized

June 11, 2016 Linda Alt has returned as swimming pool manager at North Hills Swim and Racquet Club. more »»

Telling time in Parkersburg

June 11, 2016 Town clock vs. big whistle The Parkersburg Gazette editor talks strongly to the citizens of that little village about the necessity of having a Town Clock. more »»

Spending it or losing it in W.Va.

June 6, 2016 During the past several weeks, I’ve been told by two moderately high-ranking officials that what I’d written about state spending was incorrect. more »»

Conquering a bug phobia

June 5, 2016 Cicadas are deadly. No, hear me out. My aversion to bugs is well documented, but in most circumstances, I can become accustomed to (non-biting/stinging) bugs after enough tim. more »»

Recipes are family favorites

June 5, 2016 Vacations are always nice, but getting home is better! It seemed that half the population of the country was at Myrtle Beach while we were there. more »»

Veggie recipes for summer gardens

June 5, 2016 Last week we talked about planting vegetables and now this week I will send you some additional veggie recipes that I thought you might enjoy. more »»

Get grilling with 'Meathead'

June 5, 2016 Now is the time to fire up those grills and do a little barbecuing! And become a better griller with “Meathead: The Science of Great Barbecue and Grilling” by Meathead Goldwyn (Houghton Mifflin... more »»

Amish romances for fans

June 5, 2016 Several popular writers in the Amish genre are back! First is Charlotte Hubbard continuing her Promise Lodge series with “A Simple Vow. more »»

Summer reading planned in Beverly

June 5, 2016 Sign-ups for the Beverly Public Library’s summer reading program begin tomorrow at the library. Programs are available for children and adults of all ages, and last from June 6-July 16. more »»

Shibori Dyeing: Part Four: Large-scale dyeing

June 5, 2016 With approximately one hour left in the three-hour shibori dyeing class, most of my classmates seemed happy with their sample pieces dyed in various patterns. more »»

California dreaming — Bug Fair

June 5, 2016 In 2011, I recommended a nonfiction book titled Winged Obsession: the Pursuit of the World’s Most Notorious Butterfly Smuggler by Jessica Speart. It’s a riveting nonfiction account of how a U.. more »»

 
 
 

 

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