O’Reilly first disparage Appalachia during an interview with Diane Sawyer three years ago, but Appalachians still remain disturbed by his words, especially when they are still used as a reference point by ill-informed people. Published April 24 2012
Because people from all over Europe settled in Appalachia, there is no across the board commonality amongst the communities that explains the unique nature of the language, other than geography. Published April 12 2012
Whether at a leisurely pace enjoying the scenery or at the focused pace of a marathon runner in training, people find rails to trails ideal for all levels of physical activity. Published April 5 2012
I was born and educated in Southwest Virginia, traveled with my job all over America in my twenties and early thirties then came back to the mountains to raise my daughter.
I’ve been employed as everything from a quality ...
Consummate traveler Todd DeFeo explores the unique stories that make destinations worth going to.
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