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Symphony guest violinist also a heavy metal fiddler
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Symphony guest violinist also a heavy metal fiddler

The line dividing classical music and heavy metal music isn’t all that thick — at least, it doesn’t seem so for world-renowned violinist Rachel Barton Pine.

“So many of the serious heavy metal genres were influenced...

Symphony guest violinist also a heavy metal fiddler
Symphony guest violinist also a heavy metal fiddler

The line dividing classical music and heavy metal music isn’t all that thick — at least, it doesn’t seem so for world-renowned violinist Rachel Barton Pine.

“So many of the serious heavy metal genres were influenced...

Samoan wrestlers uphold legacy in the ring
Samoan wrestlers uphold legacy in the ring

On Friday night, it’s the Usos versus Goldust and Stardust versus Big E and Kofi Kingston in the WWE Tag Team Triple Threat Championship Match during WWE Live at the Charleston Civic Center. For the Uso brothers, it’s another bid to...

The Black Diamond digs in coal country for new band
The Black Diamond digs in coal country for new band

Tonight, Theron “The Black Diamond” Denson returns to Charleston to record a live album at The Empty Glass.

For fans, it's another chance to see Denson perform, with sometimes eerie facsimile, the hits of Neil Diamond, but this...

International film festival closes Sunday
International film festival closes Sunday

Four days remain of the West Virginia International Food and Film Festival at South Charleston’s LaBelle Theater, 311 D St. Tonight’s films kick off with the Roger Ebert documentary “Life Itself” at 5:45 p.m., followed by...

Monthly ArtWalk takes place Thursday
Monthly ArtWalk takes place Thursday

This month’s Downtown Charleston ArtWalk runs 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at nearly two dozen venues, including the Art Emporium, 823 Quarrier St., which has recent works by Emily Roles and Traci Higginbotham, such as Higginbotham’s...

‘Life is a Cabaret’ with the Gay Men’s Chorale
‘Life is a Cabaret’ with the Gay Men’s Chorale

Join the Charleston Gay Men’s Chorale for “Life is a Cabaret!” at 5:30 p.m. Friday in the Culture Center Great Hall. The concert features 14 songs from the stage and screen. Plus, light hors d’oeuvres will be served....

Highly-anticipated ‘Gotham’ among week’s premieres
Highly-anticipated ‘Gotham’ among week’s premieres

This week starts the fall network season in earnest with a half dozen series premieres between Sunday and Wednesday. Here’s a look at what’s new:

“Madam Secretary,” 8:30 p.m. Sunday, CBS.

Tea...

Super Heavy Duty and Farnsworth on latest PopCult video round-up

“RFC MINI SHOW” No. 38, online now at the PopCult blog (blogs.wvgazette.com/popcult), stars Super Heavy Duty, a supergroup consisting of members of The Pistol Whippers, The Tom McGees, Beaver Knievel and 69 Fingers.

The...

In short: Sept. 18-24

James Taylor tickets

Tickets for James Taylor’s Nov. 28 concert at the Charleston Civic Center go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. They are $65 and $85, plus additional fees. Purchase through the Civic Center box office, by phone at 800-745-...

International film festival returns, expands focus
International film festival returns, expands focus

The West Virginia International Film Festival returns this year with a new location, a new addition to its name and a brand new approach.

The festival, now the West Virginia International Food and Film Festival, will kick off Friday at the...

West Virginia International Food & Film Festival Schedule

The West Virginia International Food and Film Festival runs Sept. 12-21 at the LaBelle Theater, 311 D St., South Charleston. Tickets are $8 per film for adults or $5 for students, with a six-ticket package for $30. Visit ...

Let the fall network TV season begin
Let the fall network TV season begin

The first new shows of the networks’ fall season premiere Wednesday.

There are just two, plus a few other season premieres. It’s the week starting Sept. 21 that things really kick into gear. Until then, though, let’s take a ...

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