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Listen to this trio of expert musicians perform lively cuts from their sixth studio album, One Drop of Truth. [Read More]
There are still tickets available to this Sunday's Mountain Stage with Larry Groce, when the show welcomes Amanda Shires, The War and Treaty, Teitur and... [Read More]
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There are still tickets available to this Sunday's Mountain Stage with Larry Groce, when the show welcomes Amanda Shires, The War and Treaty, Israel Nash,... [Read More]
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The Supreme Court nominee was recently accused of committing sexual assault while he was a student at the high school in the 1980s. [Read More]
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The founders belived a federal institution focused on civic education could help unite a fractured country. [Read More]
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Hiss Golden Messenger appears on this week's Mountain Stage, with songs from their album " Hallelujah Anyhow ," as well as this tune from their... [Read More]
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As we head into the final weeks of summer, this week on Inside Appalachia we explore the impact of baseball throughout the region. We'll learn... [Read More]
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Mountain Stage broadcast its first regularly scheduled episode on Dec. 11, 1983. Host Larry Groce and West Virginia Public Broadcasting will celebrate the... [Read More]
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Country's genre-crossing queen brings East Texas to West Virginia, performing hits off her most recent album 'The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone.'... [Read More]
The Wood Brothers make their third appearance on Mountain Stage as part of this week's new episode. [Read More]
A flurry of state and local programs to cover students' tuition and attention by top politicians made a national program seem possible. Then Trump won. [Read More]
Raised in Lafayette, La. renowned guitarist Sonny Landreth was inspired in his late teens by seeing three influential musicians; B.B. King, Jimi Hendrix, and Clifton... [Read More]
Country music star Lee Ann Womack released her album "The Lonely, The Lonesome, & The Gone" last year to critical acclaim. Our Song of the... [Read More]
How a hypothetical accusation could actually play out in practice, if the Education Department's proposed rules become law... [Read More]
Lewis is joined by Tom Rozum on mandolin, Max Schwartz on bass, Tatiana Hargreaves on fiddle and Justin Hiltner on banjo. [Read More]
A new report shows how these institutions hound people to enroll, and then leave them with little besides a pile of loans they often can't... [Read More]
Congress has repeatedly made clear its position against doing so, but new reports say Trump's Education Department is considering allowing states to ... [Read More]
The singer-songwriter says returning to Mountain Stage for the second time is like "coming back to camp." [Read More]
And there's no factor that can explain it other than racism. [Read More]
In Madison, West Virginia, All Star Wrestling draws hundreds of people to most matches. The crowd is no different than any West Virginia high school... [Read More]
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