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Mini ‘Middle’ marathon and more this Thanksgiving weekend
MITCH HADDAD | ABC
Mini ‘Middle’ marathon and more this Thanksgiving weekend

If you’re up bright and early Thursday and looking for a way to kick off your Thanksgiving that doesn’t involve the Macy’s parade, might I suggest ABC Family’s mini “The Middle” marathon?...

Mini ‘Middle’ marathon and more this Thanksgiving weekend
Mini ‘Middle’ marathon and more this Thanksgiving weekend

If you’re up bright and early Thursday and looking for a way to kick off your Thanksgiving that doesn’t involve the Macy’s parade, might I suggest ABC Family’s mini “The Middle” marathon?...

ArtWalk: Black Friday edition

If crowded malls and shopping centers aren’t your ideal Black Friday locales, then bundle up and head downtown for ArtWalk’s special Black Friday edition from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Several downtown galleries and stores will be open for you ...

Contemporary Youth Arts Company opens ‘Mary’
Contemporary Youth Arts Company opens ‘Mary’

On Friday, the Contemporary Youth Arts Company will raise the curtain on its 18th annual production of the Dan Kehde-Mark Scarpelli musical, “Mary.” The holiday rock opera tells the story of the nine months leading up to the birth of...

James Taylor at Civic Center Friday
James Taylor at Civic Center Friday

The last two times James Taylor has been to town, his shows have sold out. When he played the Clay Center in 2006, ticket requests averaged 50 per second when they went on sale, crashing the venue’s website. When he returned in 2011 to perform...

In Short: Nov. 27-Dec. 3, 2014

Landau appearance

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. will be at Adams Hallmark in Charleston Town Center from 10 p.m. to midnight Thursday to sign books and CDs. Call 304-342-3864.

Christmas play

The Historic Fayette Theater opens the...

Anthony Hoey, Diablo Blues Band and The Company Stores on ‘RFC’
Anthony Hoey, Diablo Blues Band and The Company Stores on ‘RFC’

This week’s “Radio Free Charleston,” online now at the PopCult blog (blogs.wvgazette.com/popcult), presents music from Anthony Hoey, the Diablo Blues Band and The Company Stores.

Irish-born Anthony Hoey recently returned to ...

Talking love and mileage with songstress Amy LaVere
Talking love and mileage with songstress Amy LaVere

For touring performers, living on the road becomes a lifestyle. You either embrace and learn to love it, or it’s something you come to hate but accept as a means to an end.

Memphis-based singer/songwriter Amy LaVere loves the road....

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...

Jefferson Starship plays free show Saturday honoring Vietnam vets
Jefferson Starship plays free show Saturday honoring Vietnam vets

Paul Kantner, band leader and guitarist for Jefferson Starship, bristled slightly at the mention of that other Starship and the song “We Built This City.”

“Totally not,” he said. “It’s not my band,...

Feast on National Geographic’s ‘Story of Food’ this weekend
Feast on National Geographic’s ‘Story of Food’ this weekend

We’re in a little bit of a lull in TV land right now in regards to comings and goings. We’ve seen the last of new scripted shows until the new year (sans one miniseries next month), and we’ve still got a few weeks before most...

‘Mockingjay: Part 1’ a glum set-up for ‘Hunger Games’ finale
‘Mockingjay: Part 1’ a glum set-up for ‘Hunger Games’ finale

Dark and hazy, relentlessly glum and dull, “The Hunger Games — Mockingjay: Part 1” is the first film in this sci-fi series to refuse to even attempt to stand on its own.

If you haven’t seen the previous films, good...

5 Questions with Blag the Ripper of the Dwarves
5 Questions with Blag the Ripper of the Dwarves

On Monday night, smutty, drug-fueled San Francisco-based punk band the Dwarves’ will play 123 Pleasant Street in Morgantown with The Queers. In advance of the show — the band’s first in the ...

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