Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jam adds new artists including Kenova native Michael W. Smith, as well as Trace Adkins, Ted Nugent, Tracy Lawrence, Craig Morgan, Colt Ford, and The Oak Ridge Boys will all be appearing alongside the previously-announced lineup.
CORRECTION: St. Mary's Regional Heart Institute and American Heart Association 'go red' in the Tri-State Goes Red for Women Celebration will be at noon Friday, Feb. 6 at St. Mary Conference Center.
Having trouble staying motivated because you're not getting any feedback to keep you going? Welcome to the era of the wearable activity tracker.
Hanging out over at Carter Caves State Resort Park last weekend, I was talking with a fellow day tripper when it donned on us how blessed we are to live in the Tri-State where there's such a wealth of great Kentucky State Parks dotting our northeastern chunk of the Commonwealth.
The Shepherdstown, West Virginia-based sludgecore/punk band, comprised of members of Bishops and Black Blizzard and fronted by a "Two Ton Rhino" singer-bassist, released "Bastard," its debut full-length in December to some critical acclaim, and has been playing shows with West Virginia stoner rock pioneers Karma To Burn.
Movies & More reviewer John Gillispie shares his opinion on the movie "Boyhood," which is rated R and was written and directed by Richard Linklater, who is nominated for a Best Director Academy Award and Best Original Screenplay Academy Award for the film.
Most people file their tax return because they have to, but even if you don't, there are times when you should. You may be eligible for a tax refund and not know it.
What if life as you know it suddenly came to a standstill? What if your cellphone, computer, and even your car no longer functioned? "The End" poses this exact scenario; one in which all electrical devices, from refrigerators to pacemakers, have been rendered useless.
An evening with Tyler Childers: Kentucky-raised singer/songwriter Tyler Childers, who is now living over in Greenbrier County, W.Va., rolls back to the Tri-State with his weathered tales of the road and rambling.
OLIVE HILL, Ky. - With a couple inches of snow covering green hemlocks and muddy ground in white frosting, Saturday would have been a grand day for tromping around in the freshly-powdered glory of winter, but Jeff Waechter had even wilder plans.