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Sensory sensitive screening of ‘Planes’ Saturday
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Sensory sensitive screening of ‘Planes’ Saturday

Park Place Stadium Cinemas, 600 Washington St. E., will have a screening of “Planes: Fire & Rescue” for those with developmental disabilities at 10 a.m. Saturday. The lights will be turned on and the sound at a lower volume, plus...

Sensory sensitive screening of ‘Planes’ Saturday
Sensory sensitive screening of ‘Planes’ Saturday

Park Place Stadium Cinemas, 600 Washington St. E., will have a screening of “Planes: Fire & Rescue” for those with developmental disabilities at 10 a.m. Saturday. The lights will be turned on and the sound at a lower volume, plus guests...

Flashback films return to Park Place Stadium Cinemas
Flashback films return to Park Place Stadium Cinemas

Greg Pauley said Park Place Stadium Cinemas’ flashback film series, which shows “Labyrinth” on Sunday and Monday, isn’t being revived so much as returning in a slightly different form.

“We just kind of changed ...

‘Ring of Fire’ dated but still interesting
‘Ring of Fire’ dated but still interesting

With the presentation of “Ring of Fire” in the ElectricSky Theater, the Clay Center seems to have officially entered the flashback film business.

“Ring of Fire,” which opens Sunday at the arts and science center,...

FestivALL Dance Gala offers up a little of everything

FestivALL danced on Wednesday night with a collaboration between the Charleston Ballet and the River City Youth Ballet Ensemble with the presentation of “Dance Gala,” featuring dancers from the New York City Ballet. The short but...

REVIEW: ‘Catch Me If You Can’ isn’t to be missed

The Charleston Light Opera Guild pulled out all the stops for its FestivALL presentation of “Catch Me If You Can.” A larger-than-life show about larger-than-real criminal (Frank W. Abagnale Jr.), the talented actors of the guild did...

Beethoven played with dash and distinction

The popularity of Beethoven with audiences 200 years after he flourished as a composer is due in part to his easily followed harmonic language. The chords that he used are little different from the harmonies of rock music. The way he manipulated them, ...

‘Yonkers’ at Alban is unassuming, real

The Alban opened its summer production of Neil Simon’s “Lost in Yonkers” Thursday night. Set in 1942, in the middle of World War II, the entire play takes place in the living room of an immigrant grandmother, a Jew who fled...

FestivALL events: June 19-25, 2014
FestivALL events: June 19-25, 2014

FestivALL officially kicks off its 10th year Friday, though some events begin today. Between now and Wednesday there are 47 events to choose from around Charleston — and there are still three days to go after that!

All activities are...

A&E events: June 19-25, 2014

THURSDAY, 6.19

*Music*

THE DREAD PIRATE, ROBERTS: 7 p.m. Free. Loungegrass. Bluegrass Kitchen, 1600 Washington St., E. Call 304-346-2871.

JD WILKES AND THE DIRT DAUBERS: 10 p.m. Cover $10. Rockabilly. The Empty Glass, 410...

Jewish Film Festival at Clay Center for FestivALL
Jewish Film Festival at Clay Center for FestivALL

The Jewish Film Festival joins FestivALL’s lineup of events with free films at the Clay Center’s ElectricSky Theater Sunday evening. It beings at 6:30 p.m. with a coffee-and-cheesecake reception with the filmmakers of “The...

Review: Elton John wows fans of all ages at Civic Center concert
Review: Elton John wows fans of all ages at Civic Center concert

English singer-songwriter Elton John was back in Charleston after 17 years on Wednesday for a concert at the Charleston Civic Center. The show kicked off this leg of his world tour, which has stops in Virginia Beach, Charlotte and the Bonnaroo Music & ...

Celebrate David Tennant with big screen double-feature
Celebrate David Tennant with big screen double-feature

Hundreds of movie theaters across the country, including Regal Nitro Stadium 12 and Cinemark Huntington Mall, will feature a David Tennant double-feature at 7:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. First up is the two-part “Doctor Who” story...

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