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Mirror, mirror in the gallery: new Clay Center exhibit opens Friday
PHOTO COURTESY OF LOCKS GALLERY, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
Mirror, mirror in the gallery: new Clay Center exhibit opens Friday

Art lovers and history buffs alike can enjoy the thought-provoking installations of “Arcade/Arcadia” by internationally-acclaimed artist Ellen Harvey beginning Friday at the Clay Center. The artist said she hopes to show how...

Few TV tributes planned for Robin Williams this week
Few TV tributes planned for Robin Williams this week

Of all the celebrities tweeting and speaking out about Robin Williams’ death this week, “Glee” star Chris Colfer’s was one that really stood out to me. It said, in part, “You know someone is special when the whole...

Mirror, mirror in the gallery: new Clay Center exhibit opens Friday
Mirror, mirror in the gallery: new Clay Center exhibit opens Friday

Art lovers and history buffs alike can enjoy the thought-provoking installations of “Arcade/Arcadia” by internationally-acclaimed artist Ellen Harvey beginning Friday at the Clay Center. The artist said she hopes to show how...

Josh Gracin'
still has nothin' to lose
Josh Gracin' still has nothin' to lose

After each season of “American Idol” ends, the Top 10 hit the road for an American tour. It’s good exposure for the budding pop stars and a chance for them to connect with fans as well as launch their careers.

Josh Gracin...

Country singer John King provides music to eat by at Ribfest
Country singer John King provides music to eat by at Ribfest

John King is having the time of his life. The young singer from Habersham County, Georgia has a song on the country charts, “Tonight Tonight,” and he’s staying on the road, trying to kick start a music career.

King, who...

The Alban Arts Center stages musical ‘Sleeping Beauty’
The Alban Arts Center stages musical ‘Sleeping Beauty’

This weekend, the Alban Arts Center brings to life a beloved fairy tale with its production of “The Legend of Sleeping Beauty,” a family-friendly musical adapted from the Brothers Grimm’s “Briar Rose.” The show,...

Clay Center sci-fi series screens ‘Brazil’ this weekend
Clay Center sci-fi series screens ‘Brazil’ this weekend

On Friday and Saturday, step into Terry Gilliam’s surrealist vision of the future when the Clay Center screens “Brazil” as part of its Sci-Fi Film Series. The award-winning film stars Jonathan Pryce (pictured) as a low-level...

Mickey and pals come to town Sunday for Disney Live! show
Mickey and pals come to town Sunday for Disney Live! show

Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and a slew of their animated pals come to life in Charleston Sunday in “Disney Live! Mickey’s Music Festival” at the Municipal Auditorium at 1 p.m. The show features songs and characters from...

Appalachian String Band Festival winners

The 25th annual Appalachian String Band Festival was held July 30-Aug. 3 at Camp Washington-Carver in Clifftop. Nearly 30 musicians, as well as nine dancers, took home awards and, in some cases, cash prizes. The winners were:

* Banjo: 1st: Bob...

In Short: Aug. 14-20, 2014

Jimmy Beasley benefit

A benefit for Jimmy Beasley, the bouncer who was severely wounded in an April 26 shooting, will be held Saturday at The Blue Parrot, 14 Capitol St. The night begins at 9 p.m. with stand-up comedy from Andy Frampton, Michael ...

Summerfest back for year 15
Summerfest back for year 15

Summerfest is back “around the mound” in South Charleston again with music, games and fun through Saturday.

This marks Summerfest’s 15th year, and Bob Anderson, the executive director of the South Charleston Convention and...

‘RFC’ previews ‘Legend of Sleeping Beauty’

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — This week’s “RFC MINI SHOW,” available now on the PopCult blog (blogs.wvgazette.com/popcult), previews the Alban Arts Center’s “The Legend of Sleeping...

Foreigner rocks this year’s West Virginia State Fair
Foreigner rocks this year’s West Virginia State Fair

It’s not unusual for golfers to take their clubs when they travel on business. If there’s a course nearby, maybe they can squeeze in a round. At the very least, they can always practice.

Tom Gimbel, guitarist and saxophone player...

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