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Country singer wants to be more than ‘that gay guy’
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Country singer wants to be more than ‘that gay guy’

Ty Herndon said he never wanted to be, “That gay guy in country music.”

The country singer, who performs Saturday night at Schmitt’s Saloon in Morgantown, came out last fall.

“I’m a country singer who...

Country singer wants to be more than ‘that gay guy’
Country singer wants to be more than ‘that gay guy’

Ty Herndon said he never wanted to be, “That gay guy in country music.”

The country singer, who performs Saturday night at Schmitt’s Saloon in Morgantown, came out last fall.

“I’m a country singer who...

Dropkick Murphys invade W.Va.
Dropkick Murphys invade W.Va.

This weekend, Snowshoe resort’s Ballhooter Festival returns with games, music and a free show in Snowshoe Village by Celtic Punk band The Dropkick Murphys.

Ballhooter is an old logging term that referred to a logger known for pitching the ...

In Short: March 5-11, 2015

Mardi Gras in Dunbar

The city of Dunbar is sponsoring a Mardi Gras Mirth and Merriment event Saturday beginning at 7 p.m. at the Dunbar Recreation Center, 2601 Fairlawn Ave.

Entertainment will be provided by Marshall Petty and the Groove. ...

Best bad day ever
Best bad day ever

The collapse of the housing bubble and the financial crisis wreaked havoc. Dreams evaporated, homes were lost and millions were thrown out of work.

J.D. McPhereson was one of them.

He doesn't mind what happened to him — at ...

Folk rock trio kicks off Clay Center Sound Check Sessions
Folk rock trio kicks off Clay Center Sound Check Sessions

Friday night, the Clay Center kicks off the first show in it's new Sound Check Sessions with The Ballroom Thieves.

The series will present up and coming regional and national indie music acts, along with popular, local performers in the main...

A little Latin spice (photo)
A little Latin spice (photo)

Community notes: March 4-10, 2015

INSTITUTE — The third annual West Virginia State University Tower Awards Film Festival will take place Thursday from 5-9 p.m. in the Davis Fine Arts Center Theater on the school’s...

New Orleans band to headline FestivALL Mayor’s Concert

New Orleans music icons Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue will headline the annual Mayor’s Concert at FestivALL Charleston this June.

Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews and his band will perform at 8 p.m. June 25 at the Clay...

TV show featuring Lewisburg restoration business starts second season Sunday
TV show featuring Lewisburg restoration business starts second season Sunday

Mark Bowe always knew he wanted to work for himself, but he never thought his career would revolve around craftsmanship — until an old cabin in the woods of Roane County changed that and led to a TV show.

Bowe could feel himself living...

Review: ‘The Order: 1886’ left me wanting more
Review: ‘The Order: 1886’ left me wanting more

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — “Always leave them wanting more.” P.T. Barnum wasn’t talking about video games when he uttered this famous line, but it rings true nonetheless.

Especially in the case of “The Order: 1886,...

Exhibit tells untold story of Greenbrier County’s African-American history
Exhibit tells untold story of Greenbrier County’s African-American history

Janice Cooley grew up in Lewisburg in the 1950s and ’60s. She left to attend Marshall University in Huntington at age 18 and it would be decades before she returned to her Greenbrier County hometown.

In the later part of 2012, at age 61,...

‘The Lion in Winter’ prowls across the local stage

There was no physical fighting Friday night, but there was no lack of sparring on the Capitol Centre Theater stage at the Limelight Theater Company’s premier of “The Lion in Winter.” The characters used their rapier sharp wit to...

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