Poetry, prose and pulled pork have more in common than you think. Ask world barbecue champion Luke Darnell.
Grammy winner Bill Withers gives his spin on singing and life.
Emily Calandrelli delves into the mysteries of the universe on TV shows such as "Xploration Outer Space" and "Bill Nye Saves the World."
Although country music superstar Brad Paisley never studied at WVU, the Glen Dale native has bled gold and blue from a young age.
Ken St. Louis stuttered as a child. But he conquered the disorder and went on to improve the lives of thousands across West Virginia.
Kirk Hazen is a linguist who studied 1800s-era swearing to consult on an upcoming HBO Miniseries. Read on to find out his favorite old-time swear words.
Alumnus John Russo co-authored the 1968 cult classic "Night of the Living Dead," a film that still makes us nervous in cellars.
Mildred Fizer is the first woman in the nation to lead a state 4-H program. The organization was in the midst of an exciting time then and still is today.
In this Q&A Sen. Jay Rockefeller remembers the time he was booed on Mountaineer field and other tales.