BUCKHORN, Ky. – Buckhorn Lake State Resort Park will present a dinner program Nov. 16, a musical documentary on the famous Hatfield-McCoy feud.
HUNTINGTON – It has been a year since the record-breaking release of History’s Hatfields and McCoys mini-series and its companion documentary narrated by Kevin Costner and filmed by Huntington’s own Trifecta Productions.
WILLIAMSON, W.Va. — The only archeological artifacts from the Hatfield McCoy Feud will be placed on public display for the first time on Monday, Jan. 28 at the Coal House in Williamson, W.Va.
New Year’s Day has been tied to the Hatfields and McCoys feud since 1888 — the year of the New’s Year’s Day showdown between the families and massacre at the home of Randall McCoy.
Everyone knows that nothing goes with Christmas like family feuds. If you think you’re family’s fussing and fighting is unbearable tune into History and watch some pros do it.
GRIFFITHSVILLE, W.Va. — You can turn back the clock to pioneer days as reenactors from around the region will be on hand and demonstrating at Heritage and Cultural Days at the McClung Farm in Griffithsville W.Va.
WILLIAMSON -- The Hatfield & McCoy hysteria continued over the weekend with a standing room only capacity at the annual Hatfield and McCoy Festival, which featured family activities, entertainment and more.
WILLIAMSON, W.Va. -- America's most famous feud has recently been the subject of a record-breaking miniseries and a documentary. Next up? Possibly a new unscripted (reality) show to be shot for a cable TV network.
HUNTINGTON -- Millions tuned in earlier this week to watch the History Channel miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys" about the famous feuding families from West Virginia and Kentucky.
HUNTINGTON — Although History’s record-breaking miniseries, “Hatfields and McCoys,” has just finished its fiery three-day run, the excitement is just now building in downtown Huntington as locally-based Trifecta Productions gears up for the 4 p.m. Saturday, History Channel premiere of the …
HUNTINGTON -- The famous Appalachian family feud between the Hatfields and McCoys is popular on a national scale once again thanks to the success of the History Channel miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys."
HUNTINGTON - Watching the Hollywood premiere of the epic History Channel miniseries, Tom Berenger got up from his seat and had one thought - that he was watching 'The Godfather' of the mountains.
HUNTINGTON — As the vindictive Jim Vance in the upcoming History Channel's "Hatfields & McCoys" miniseries, actor Tom Berenger transforms into villainous antagonist, who helps fuel the legendary feud.
NASHVILLE — Academy Award-winning Kevin Costner has kicked off a power-packed week of appearances on network television. The action got underway with an appearance on NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Here’s the link in case you missed the episode: http://www.nbc.com/the-tonight-show/.
In 10 years of trying to break into the acting business in Los Angeles, 1997 Huntington St. Joseph High School graduate Jonathan Fredrick's never been able to use the "I'm from West Virginia" card -- until now.
The feud between the Hatfields of West Virginia and the McCoys of Kentucky had its roots in the Civil War and continued through 1981. The feud was led by patriarchs William “Devil Anse” Hatfield and Randolph McCoy. Here are some key events in the feud:
Tri-State native and Milton High School graduate Darrell Fetty has been in Hollywood since he graduated from Marshall University in 1970.
The famous family feud between the Hatfields of West Virginia and the McCoys of Kentucky involved lots of different members of each family. Here’s a look at a few of the key players on each side.
The Hatfield-McCoy feud ran off and on for nearly 30 years. Here, against the backdrop of other events in American history, is a chronology of the feud’s main events, according to www.matewan.com.
The Hatfield-McCoy Feud was covered widely in newspapers during the 1880s and beyond, and some of these articles played a significant role in popularizing Appalachian stereotypes that continue to this day.
HUNTINGTON -- The History Channel has set the air date for the two-hour documentary film, "America's Greatest Feud: Hatfields and McCoys," which was partially filmed in Huntington.
Trifecta Productions films a scene from the upcoming History Channel documentary about the Hatfields and McCoys in mid-March at Heritage Farm Museum and Village.
HUNTINGTON -- Heritage Farm Museum and Village may need a new sign in the front yard -- built of hand-hewn logs, of course -- "As Seen on TV."