When musician Jason Molina died, music blogger April Wolfe thought she owed it to their mutual West Virginia roots to commemorate him.
Savor the season long after summer ends with this recipe for blueberry freezer jam.
Trendy neutral colors give an elegant edge to any affair—and on any budget.
Summersville Lake at Mt. Nebo in Summersville has us yearning for lazy childhood summers.
Personalize your save the date cards with a unique photo.
The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston is hosting a unique music festival featuring country, rock, bluegrass, and, well, insanity.
Explore West Virginia’s wild and wonderful underground.
A wedding in Charleston blends together two people, families, and cultures.
On the 90th anniversary of the wedding of two cities, two people will be married as well.
The simple and delicious sausage balls are a tasty tradition.
Find out how to wear this Japanese-inspired summer trend.
Blueberries are ready and ripe for the picking across West Virginia.
In our annual Neighborhoods issue, we reveal the insider's guide to living in Morgantown.
Our summer travel issue has four road trips within four hours of Morgantown, as well as our list of some of the best outdoor dining in town.
The editors of WV Weddings share their favorites from the Spring/Summer 2014 issue’s submissions—from the best bridal portrait to their favorite bridesmaid dresses. WOW!
WV Living editor Nikki Bowman takes readers across the state with summer adventures in every corner of West Virginia.
Find a relaxing oasis of summer fun at your local 4-H Camps.
Regional talent flocks to Timothy’s at The Quarrier Diner in Charleston every Tuesday night to show what they’re made of.
Chocolate, plus bacon, plus coffee equals one tasty treat.
Q&A on the Proposal to Limit Heavy Trucks in Downtown Morgantown