I went to see Deborah and James Fallows last night at City of Asylum, a marvelous literary non-profit, restaurant, event space and bookstore on the
From the spread of railroads in the 1870s until the suburbanization of American life in the 1960s, millions of Americans took to the rails. Although
Phil Remke, who turns 65 this month, became mayor of Moundsville in December. Phil has an important role in the film, and is a representative
There’s only a brief reference to the Fokker aircraft company in the PBS film Moundsville, so I wanted to tell a full version of its
Every time I report in an American small town, I am drawn to its newspaper building. I like to drop in, buy a
One extraordinary thing about Moundsville’s old West Virginia state penitentiary, which closed in 1995, is how much it was integrated into the lives of residents.