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Old Crow and friends highlight summer concert season at Power Park
Bill Lynch | Gazette
Old Crow and friends highlight summer concert season at Power Park

Saturday afternoon, The Clay Center and Appalachian Power Park treated Charleston to what might have been the highlight of the summer season: an outdoor concert featuring Old Crow Medicine Show that felt less like a one-off show and more like somebody...

Old Crow and friends highlight summer concert season at Power Park
Old Crow and friends highlight summer concert season at Power Park

Saturday afternoon, The Clay Center and Appalachian Power Park treated Charleston to what might have been the highlight of the summer season: an outdoor concert featuring Old Crow Medicine Show that felt less like a one-off show and more like somebody ...

Review: Catching up with ghosts, guns, guillotine chokes and ‘Transformers’
Review: Catching up with ghosts, guns, guillotine chokes and ‘Transformers’

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — As my yearly self-imposed summer vacation draws to a close, it is time once again to look back at some of the games I’ve been playing recently. It’s an eclectic mix, to be sure, but I was somewhat disappointed...

‘Serpent of Venice’ another delight from Christopher Moore
‘Serpent of Venice’ another delight from Christopher Moore

Fans of William Shakespeare will tell you that once you get past the intricate language of his works, the plays are truly wild stories of adventure, tragedy and humor with more than a little inappropriateness. In fact, it could be said that...

Book Notes: July 27, 2014

Literary festival

LEWISBURG, W.Va. — The third annual Lewisburg Literary Festival, featuring authors, guest speakers, workshops, book signings and more, will take place Friday and Saturday at Carnegie...

Things to do today: Friday, July 25

MARSHALL PETTY & THE GROOVE: 5 to 8 p.m. Free. 5 Corners Cafe, corner of Delaware Avenue and Virginia Street. Call 304-205-7817.

THE WILHELM BROTHERS: 7 p.m. Free. Cello rock. Bluegrass Kitchen, 1600 Washington St., E. Call 304-346-2871....

Arts Notes: July 27, 2014
Arts Notes: July 27, 2014

Festival of glass

MILTON, W.Va. — Blenko Glass Co. will present its seventh annual Festival of Glass on Friday and Saturday, featuring a variety of classes for both children and adults, signing events...

WV Book Team: ‘Wolf’ chronicles end of species in W.Va.
WV Book Team: ‘Wolf’ chronicles end of species in W.Va.

“The Last Appalachian Wolf,” by Edwin Daryl Michael. West Virginia Book Co. 160 pages. $12.95. Paperback.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — “The Last Appalachian Wolf” is a captivating historical novel. It chronicles the...

ReStore becomes hub in city’s art community
ReStore becomes hub in city’s art community

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore has become more than just a source for used and surplus building materials. It’s become an important hub in Charleston’s thriving art community.

“I learned...

Old Crow Medicine show looks back to move forward
Old Crow Medicine show looks back to move forward

There’s something to be said for holding on to old high school journals and notebooks — at least Old Crow Medicine Show’s Chris “Critter” Fuqua thinks so. He says It’s important to not only stay in touch with...

Tribute: Late singer made deep connection
Tribute: Late singer made deep connection

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Jason Molina never had arena-level fame as a singer-songwriter.

But the indie performer toured internationally and developed a deep connection with both a devoted set of fans and with other performers. Molina died in...

Donna the Buffalo embraces new musical landscape, shuns genre labels
Donna the Buffalo embraces new musical landscape, shuns genre labels

Tara Nevins of Donna the Buffalo said being in music is very different now than in the past. The whole relationship between fans and performers has changed.

“Before all this cyberspace stuff, you only had access to a band you enjoyed from ...

Mitch Ryder still rockin’ after five decades
Mitch Ryder still rockin’ after five decades

Mitch Ryder said there’s a reason why good music comes out of cities that historically are economically strapped and crime-ridden, like Detroit.

The 69-year-old rock ‘n’ roll singer and Michigan native said,...

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Jackson County Fair features national concert acts

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Two new shows wrap up July premieres

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