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Inside Marshall Sports

MU future non-conference schedule

2016 9/17 Akron, 9/24 Louisville, 10/1 at Pittsburgh 2017 9/2 Miami (Ohio), 9/9 at North Carolina State, 9/16 Kent State 2018 9/1 at Miami (Ohio), 9/22 North Carolina State 2019 9/14 Ohio 2020 9/5 at East Carolina, 9/19 at Ohio, 9/26 Pittsburgh 2021 9/4 at Navy, 9/11 East Carolina, 9/25 at Appalachian State 2022 9/3 […]

WVU Sports with Mike Casazza

Marshall Sports with Derek Redd

Let’s take a closer look at the pre-camp depth chart

Marshall on Friday released its depth chart for the start of preseason practice, which begins Friday, Aug. 7. The entire list can be found here, but let’s talk about some of its more interesting aspects. — The “or” between Gunnar Holcombe and Chase Litton’s names at backup quarterback is a little surprising. There’s no doubt […]

Karin Fuller

FEEDING THE MONSTER

Last weekend, I was at a movie with Didier and his kids when a pair of girls seated near us gradually forgot they weren’t there alone. Their initially low giggles evolved to louder whispers before becoming flat out mall-voice talking. I could tell by their commentary they weren’t bad girls, just caught up in the […]

Pop Cult

RFC Flashback: Episode 42

[HTML1] From May, 2008, this episode of Radio Free Charleston is called “Aqua Teen Hunger Force Shirt” and features music from Barrelhouse Bonnie, Doctor Senator, and The Synergy Collective. We also have a brief visit from WCW’s Daffney, and for some reason, RFC host, Rudy Panucci, channels the energy of Bill O’Reilly in rant mode. […]

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Vines & Vittles

Rose': No one trick pony!

I suppose I have always been destined to appreciate the fruit of the vine though I certainly had no inkling when my go-to wine selections were enclosed in half or full gallon screw cap bottles, and where quality took a back seat to price and quantity. To this day, I remember the first cork-finished bottle […]

The Food Guy, Steven Keith

Got Produce? Tune in to Veggie Guru Bob Corey

Summer is the best time to get your hands on a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables – and local produce guru Bob Corey can offer some great ideas on what to do with it. The CEO of local produce supplier Corey Brothers has expanded the reach of his popular televised cooking segment by offering […]

The Mommyhood

The hardest and best job

First, let me say I don’t consider parenting a job. But many times it can be like a job, in that work is involved. And it’s often compared to a job. So, if I’m going to compare parenting to a job, here it is: Parenting is hard work. (I know, I know – deep stuff […]

Nerd Living

Capitol Notebook

Manchin joins 49 Republicans seeking investigation of Planned Parenthood

According to a story posted this afternoon by The Hill, Joe Manchin is the sole U.S. Senate Democrat to join Republicans in calling for an investigation into Planned Parenthood. The story by Jordain Carney notes: Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) is calling on the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to comply with congressional investigations […]

County Courthouse, City Hall

The week in local government (July 17)

Here’s a recap of Daily Mail coverage related to local government for July 13 to July 17: – – – Tuesday, July 14 CHARLESTON (CVB) -Charleston’s CVB reported it beat its own hotel bookings goal for the current year. Thursday, July 16 KRT – KRT released its list of proposed changes to routes. CHARLESTON – […]

Extra Credit

Live from the Scripps National Spelling Bee

Charleston Daily Mail reporter Samuel Speciale will provide updates from the Scripps National Spelling Bee near Washington, D.C. The speller sponsored by the Gazette-Mail is Varun Kukkillaya, a John Adams Middle School 8th grader who is making a repeat appearance at the national bee. Go Varun! Other West Virginia spellers include Andrew Gould, a sixth-grader […]

Pop Machine

Travel Options Offer Affordable Alternative in Some States

Recently, my wife and I were in San Diego, California. The public transportation there is among the best in the country, so our plans for downtown included taking a trolley or a bus, rather than driving and trying to find parking. We had heard of Uber, but really had very little idea as to what […]