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Don't Sweat Your Style

These sweats are meant to keep you comfortable and stylish throughout every season.

Best Friend's Banana Bread Muffins

A recipe of a classic comfort that you can always count on.

The Best of Morgantown 2015

More than 40,000 votes. Sixty-plus categories. Two rounds of voting.

Pearls and Pink

Complement the snow outside with a cream, white, pink, and pearl themed wedding.

Let's Hear It for the Boys

A few essential items every fashionable man should have in his closet.

Music That Heals

André Williams has one mission—to make music that heals.

"Sexy" Fish Stew

Nothing fishy here—be unique this Valentine’s Day!

Eight Perfect Valentine's Day Outfits

Pick an outfit, any outfit. They’re all fabulous.

Darik Santos performs at Monongalia Arts Center

An America's Got Talent comedian performs at MAC.

Locked in Love

One couple's courtship culminates with a romantic, casual gathering of family and friends. | FEBRUARY 2015 WEB EXCLUSIVE

Trending Colors: Spring 2015

Spring is around the corner. See the trending colors for 2015 on the WV Style blog.

From Poetry to Song: Kyle Carey’s Appalachian Inspiration

This singer and songwriter is carving out her own niche in the folk music world.

Telling West Virginia's Story

West Virginia Public Broadcasting—90.9 FM in Morgantown—gives audiences a window into politics, culture, and news across the state.

That's All Folks

Will Morgantown's historic Warner Theatre ever come back to life?

The Pizza King

Hard work, a little mystery, and a big heart turned Albino Roperti into Pizza Al, the head of Morgantown's unofficial pizza empire.

Seeing Red

Morgantown actors find deeper meaning in a play headed to regional competitions.

The Brotherhood of Culture Thief

Fairmont five-piece releases debut album.

Moving Mountains with Media

Media plays a key role in uniting our communities and championing West Virginia's entrepreneurs, innovators and educators.

Stirring the Soul

This craftsman finds magic in the art of spoon carving.

Come As You Are

The Main Street Café aims to bring Clarksburg's music scene back to life with an all-ages venue.