On this week's Mountain News & World Report: Painting and hiding rocks is hugely popular new pastime in Letcher County, the idea of giving a prescription for fresh produce from the farmer's market is spreading, and leaders like Coach Calipari, Governor Bevin, and Congressman Rogers share the ideas they want to spread at this year's SOAR Summit.
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July 31, 2017
Get a insider’s look at the Cowan Creek Mountain Music School. It’s a small but close-knit group that gathers here each year—some of the country’s finest old-time Read More >
July 3, 2017
In this episode, Dr. Edward Lee Petsonk, a professor of Medicine specializing in Pulmonary and Critical Care at West Virginia University and former leader of the NIOSH Black Read More >
June 13, 2017
In this episode, five University of Virginia students in the Master’s of Urban and Environmental Planning program report on their assessment of the existing conditions Read More >
June 5, 2017
Art from cultures not included in mainstream America– Zuni Pueblo, Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, Coeburn VA– have more in common than one might think. Why do Read More >