The Herald-Dispatch Features / Entertainment RSS 2015-07-29T20:30:27-04:00 urn:uuid:7ca9a236-5c54-47d4-aa6b-eb94b95fd21f Original content available for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons license (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported), except where noted. Your guide to the weeekend The Herald-Dispatch / 2015 urn:uuid:4f3e0004-882d-455c-839a-2b280decc662 2015-07-29T19:20:48-04:00 <p> Take a walk on the wild side of history as Heritage Farm Museum and Village hosts a Hatfields and McCoys-themed Way Back Weekend that runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1 at the farm.</p> Woman celebrates her 100th birthday The Herald-Dispatch 2015-07-29T00:01:01-04:00 <p> HUNINGTON - Huntington resident Lucille Neel celebrated her 100th birthday on July 13.</p> <p> &#160;</p> Sprinting for Sandy 5K helps cancer patient The Herald-Dispatch 2015-07-29T07:09:34-04:00 <p> KENOVA - The 2nd annual Sprinting for Sandy 5K took place Friday, July 24, at Kenova City Park.</p> <p> &#160;</p> KEDC offers many services for educators Submitted by KEDC 2015-07-29T00:01:01-04:00 <p> ASHLAND - Teaching, leading, saving taxpayer dollars, cutting edge technology - each delivered with excellence and pride - characterize several of the many services of the Kentucky Educational Development Corporation. In 2015, the organization known as KEDC will celebrate 50 years of collaboration with businesses, schools and government entities.</p> <p> &#160;</p> Lecture on New River Gorge Bridge set for Aug. 4 The Herald-Dispatch 2015-07-29T00:01:01-04:00 <p> CHARLESTON - Erin Riebe will present the talk &quot;The New River Gorge Bridge&quot; in the Archives and History Library at the Culture Center, State Capitol Complex in Charleston, on Tuesday, Aug. 4.</p> <p> &#160;</p> Get Healthy Tri-State: Kids' bad behavior should be addressed The Herald-Dispatch 2015-07-29T00:01:01-04:00 <p>J.P. Morgan attended the launch of the Titanic in 1911; he even had his own suite and promenade on board. But when it came time for the doomed ship to set off for America, J.P. decided to skip the trip. Sometimes it's not so bad to miss the boat. When it comes to a child exhibiting emotional or behavioral problems, however, parents who miss that boat can end up regretting it.</p> <p></p> Brenda Lucas: Community news column for Wednesday, July 29 The Herald-Dispatch 2015-07-29T00:01:01-04:00 <p>SALE: Rotary Gardens Apartments Community offers a rummage/yard sale from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, July 31, in the community building at 65 Smith Drive. Proceeds help buy games and craft materials for children and adults at the community.</p> <p></p> Ice cream a longtime favorite frozen treat BRENDA LUCAS 2015-07-29T00:01:01-04:00 <p> HUNTINGTON It&#39;s only fitting that July is National Ice Cream Month, as most commonly that is the hottest month of the year. In fact, researchers indicate that 87 percent of Americans have ice cream in their freezer at any given time.</p> Late summer activities offered in the Mountain State The Herald-Dispatch 2015-07-28T00:01:01-04:00 <p> HUNTINGTON - Back to school time is on the horizon, but summer&#39;s not over yet. If you&#39;re looking for a last-minute trip that serves an educational purpose or just a day of fun for the family, consider some upcoming events in West Virginia. Additional listings are posted at</p> <p> &#160;</p> Cupcake Festival looking for vendors, sponsors The Herald-Dispatch 2015-07-28T00:01:01-04:00 <p>HURRICANE, W.Va. - The 2nd Annual Cupcake Festival to benefit Children's Miracle Network Hospitals/West Virginia University Children's Hospital, will take place Saturday, Aug. 29, at Valley Park in Hurricane.</p> <p></p>