Are you ready for some autumn vibes? Our fall issue is bushels of fun. We are celebrating 10 years of our WV Wonder Women Awards, and we can’t wait to introduce you to the 2023 class of newsmakers, rule-breakers, and scene-stealers! This issue also contains our critics’ picks for West Virginia’s best 25 eateries, and we travel to fabulous Fayetteville and Clendenin. We visit old Hardy County one-room schoolhouses, enjoy a pumpkin patch that is full of harvest happenings, and attend Hearsemania at the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. Fall things considered, you won’t want to miss this issue!
From fabulous fine dining to burgers beyond compare, our team of food
critics share their favorite restaurants to eat at right now.
We celebrate 10 years of Wonder Women with a new class of
marvelous mavens doing wonderful things for the Mountain State.
Mountain Skate Company creates style on
Don your best dirndls and lederhosen—it’s time for OktoberWest.
Make plans to visit one of these lesser-known festivals this fall.
Unique leather goods can be found all across the Mountain State.
The Wheeling Jamboree marks 90 years of
country music radio in 2023.
Find your next treasure at The Mossy Merchant in Elkins.
The Davisson Brothers capture home in the melodies of their latest album.
Fall for these fun fall finds.
See the Flatwoods Monster like you never have before.
25 miles north of Charleston sits Clendenin, a charming getaway for fun and relaxation.
Clarksburg fiber artist Mary Roy captures the beauty of Appalachia in an 8-inch hoop.
See some of West Virginia’s lesser-known history through the Feminist Activist Collection.
Honey River meads come to us through geopolitical strife and West Virginia serendipity.
Lucky Rivers Cafe in Hinton is a popular spot for creative, healthy, local food.
Alma Bea in Shepherdstown draws rave reviews for its “Tapa-lachian” menu.
After eight years away from her product line, beloved Blue Smoke Salsa maven Robin Hildebrand has returned.
Appalachians have long embraced pickling as a way to preserve food.
Discover new places to eat across
Get decked out for fall at Cherry Brook Farm.
Hardy County is peppered with unique schoolhouses that allow you to step back in time.
Blacksmith Jeff Fetty’s home is a work of heart.
Hearsemania is back from its not-so-final resting place, and people are dying to get in.
Adventure awaits around every turn
in this town that brings out the best in everyone.
Allison White of Huntington’s Sip
Downtown Brasserie on coming home to West Virginia for food and family.