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Christmas dinner

The Black family presents its 5th annual Christmas dinner, free of charge and open to the public, at the Manna Meal soup kitchen, located at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 1105 Quarrier Street in...

City announces annual GoodNight schedule
City announces annual GoodNight schedule

Charleston city officials announced the schedule Monday morning for the city’s annual GoodNight celebration.

The night of music and arts performances runs from 6 to 10 p.m. Dec. 31 at various venues around town, and provides a night of...

Community Notes

Local authors Eliot Parker and Robin L. Ramey will sign copies of their recent novels at Books-A-Million at the Charleston Town Center location, on Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m.

Parker is the author...

Artist Kaufman creates glass sculpture exhibit for Clay Center
Artist Kaufman creates glass sculpture exhibit for Clay Center

Want to go?

‘Barrie Kaufman: New Glass’ art exhibit

WHEN: Now through Jan. 4, Wednesdays-Sundays

WHERE: Clay Center

ADMISSION: Free for members, $7.50 for adults; $6 for children, students, teachers &...

Holocaust series concludes with first-person account

By Marta Tankersley Hays

Staff writer

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Marion Blumenthal Lazan was 4 years old when her Jewish family attempted to escape the grips of the Nazis by fleeing Germany for America. They didn’t make it....

Community Notes

Holiday open house

The Historic Glenwood Foundation will hold its annual holiday open house for the Glenwood Estate, located on the corner of Park Ave. and Orchard Street, across from Stonewall Jackson Middle School in Charleston, on Dec. 6 from ...

Artisans offer one-of-a-kind scarves at annual craft show
Artisans offer one-of-a-kind scarves at annual craft show

The finished product isn’t always the main goal when it comes to arts and crafts. Sometimes, it’s the experience, the chance to personally create something new that’s important. The finished product is just documentation of an...

Community notes: Nov. 19-25, 2014
Community notes: Nov. 19-25, 2014

The Robinson United Methodist Church ladies group will host a Christmas bazaar on Dec. 6 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the One Room Schoolhouse, located at 3085 Browns Creek Rd., St. Albans. The bazaar will feature unique gifts and...

Holocaust survivor keeps pledge to pass story along
Holocaust survivor keeps pledge to pass story along

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Philip Bialowitz was a teenage boy in 1942 when his world was turned upside-down.

Ripped from his home in Izbica, Poland, during World War II, he was one of more than 250,000 European Jews and Soviet prisoners of war...

Bill Cosby coming to city in March

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — It may be time to break out the sweaters and the pudding pops — author/actor/comedian Bill Cosby is coming to the Charleston Municipal Auditorium March 28.

The show was announced by a representative for Cosby....

2014 First Lady’s Festival of Songs to feature 16 school choirs

Sixteen middle- and high-school choirs from across the state will participate in the First Lady’s Festival of Songs from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday in the Norman L. Fagan West Virginia State Theater at the Culture Center, State Capitol...

Charleston CVB launches FestivALL Fall app

Those hoping to attend FestivALL Fall and HallowEast events this weekend can find them outlined on a new phone app: Meet Charleston West Virginia.

The Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau launched the app Wednesday to help attendees find...

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