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September Art and Music Events in Wheeling

Wheeling’s September is proving to be full of lively entertainment, with ample opportunities to experience some quality art as well. Whether you’re catching some live jazz, rock, or folk music at one of the cit...
Wheeling Haunts

PODCAST: Wheeling Haunts

Welcome to Wheeling Haunts, a new podcast by Wheeling Heritage Media What happens when Wheeling’s history doesn’t die? Listen to Wheeling Haunts each Monday in October to find out! Hosted by Alex Panas an...

New Cocktail Bar Opens in South Wheeling

A decent cocktail can be hard to find - but not anymore! You can now enjoy an incredible cocktail with hand-muddled, fresh ingredients imported from around the globe and mixed to perfection right here in Wheeli...

WEEREAD: Foote, A Mystery Novel

Meet James “Big Jim” Foote: longtime Morgantown resident, private investigator, and bigfoot. After decades spent hiding in plain sight as a bigfoot, observing and blending in come naturally to Jim, so working a...

Wheeling Arts Roundup – August Edition

Wheeling is known for its rich industrial history as a blue-collar Ohio River town, but it also boasts a vibrant arts scene. Whether you’re browsing the galleries in Centre Market, catching a play at Towngate, ...

Open Streets Workshop Comes to Centre Market

When was the last time you took a stroll through the Centre Market neighborhood in Wheeling? What was that experience like? How could it be improved? These are some of the questions that the City of Wheeling, a...

New Vrindaban: Home of the Palace of Gold

If you grew up in the Ohio Valley you’ve probably heard of the Palace of Gold, but have you ever visited it? New Vrindaban is filled with extraordinary temples, gardens, and food. The palace was built in 197...

Talented Cast Delivers New Take on Well-Known Story

Oglebay Institute’s Parcel Players present a new stage adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel “Little Women.” The production is staged July 14-17 at Towngate Theatre in Wheeling. “Little Women” f...

Wheeling’s Cool History of Air Conditioning

If you were filling out the 1960 census, you would have been asked questions about freezers, flush toilets, and air conditioning. Today, these objects seem essential to our everyday lives, but the 1960 census r...

Wheeling’s Men of Change Reflect on Fatherhood

This year, both Juneteenth and Father’s Day will be celebrated on June 19, providing a unique opportunity to reflect on Black fatherhood. Men of Change, a group of leaders and elders from Wheeling’s Black commu...

WEEREAD: The Marrowbone Marble Company

On all accounts, protagonist Loyal Ledford seems to be a typical American man: The Marrowbone Marble Company opens on an eighteen-year-old Ledford working for the Mann Glass Company while taking classes at Mars...