"Atlanta to Appalachia" is part of an occasional series by Benyamin Cohen about life in the wilds of West Virginia through the eyes of a man who never dreamed he'd love it there.
When the only way to visit your neighbors is to hop into a car, holiday parties take on greater significance.
A dozen of my dogs' cousins came over to get spoiled — and we can't wait for them to come back.
Our first fowl crisis was truly a lesson in home healthcare.
After all the time and money we've spent setting up this luxury coop, this is by far the most expensive egg we'll eve...
Green Bank, West Virginia, is literally one of the quietest places in America — the perfect place to listen for E.T.
A patriotic party among neighbors offers a new outlook on rural life.
Kathy Shea Mormino ditched the legal profession to become The Chicken Chick.
A 15-foot-python has been on the lam for almost a week, and it's all anyone can talk about.
In the latest installment of Atlanta to Appalachia, we track their journey online, set out the welcome mat and wonder...
From spraying coyote urine to mourning the passing of a horse, I'm learning to be part of this community.
We're preparing for the arrival of chicks — and learning about the wide new world of raising chickens.
How embracing a serene, rural lifestyle has taught me to use a chainsaw, ride a pickup and get off my blood pressure ...
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