A native of Raccoon, Ky., Michelle Goff is the author of the Maggie Morgan cozy mystery series. Set in a fictional Eastern Kentucky community, the series features a newspaper reporter with a penchant for solving murders. Goff, herself a former reporter and public relations specialist, is a grant writer for the University of Pikeville as […]
Sister Gracie Bentley has been quilting for over 70 years. Starting out when she was 12 years old, Gracie is now in her mid to late 80’s. She’s lived nearly all her life in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, in Pike County near Elkhorn City. In this interview, you will be transported back to an […]
From film, to graphic novels… from website/coding, to being a professor at a university. Dr. Parsons has a lot of interests, but that’s not what makes his journey stand out.
Describing John Haywood (owner of the Parlor Room in Whitesburg, KY) is not an easy thing to do… for there are many titles he could own, and does.
Lacy Hale is a visual artist and muralist from Knott County, KY. She attended Pratt Institute of Art and Morehead State University. She manages the Appalshop Gallery and is the coordinator of EpiCentre Arts, a regional arts group that she co-founded in 2012. She served on the board of the Kentucky Arts Council, and is […]
Hotseat Movies is a podcast hosted by THE Brock Runyon. He likes to go see movies a lot, so he started up his own podcast.
Mike W. Belcher is a writer/guy who draws, who has been in love with sequential storytelling for as long as he can remember.
Join Monk Media as Joe Meade tells about his journey from playing Dungeons and Dragons with his friends in high school and college to starting his own small business centered around his own game design.
We’ve had a big year at Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative (KVEC) and here at the Holler! Congressionally designated Digital Promise and the U.S. Department of Education named KVEC a National Education Innovation Cluster, presenting a video series spotlighting the Appalachian Renaissance Initiative. Our annual Summits in April and October transitioned to a more technology-based delivery and connected well over 10,000 people […]