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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...

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 ...

Introducing new symphony concertmaster Anton Shelepov
Introducing new symphony concertmaster Anton Shelepov

The new concertmaster for the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra doesn’t really think of West Virginia as rural.

“Not in my book,”Anton Shelepov said. “For me, it’s perfect. It’s in the center of...

African and American: play explores one man’s quest for identity
African and American: play explores one man’s quest for identity

Carlyle Brown’s one man show “The Fula From America: An African Journey” was inspired by something that seemed to have very little to do with Africa or being an African-American: September 11.

Brown, who performs the free...

Donna Skeen Visiting Theatre Artist Series

"The Fula from America: An African Journey" kicks off the brand new Donna Skeen Visiting Artists Series at West Virginia State University. The series will include a variety of performances, lectures and workshops, all free and open to the public....

Child prodigy Ethan Bortnick to play Clay Center Sunday
Child prodigy Ethan Bortnick to play Clay Center Sunday

Young prodigy Ethan Bortnick brings his “The Power of Music” tour, an extension of his successful PBS special of the same name, to the Clay Center at 7 p.m. Sunday. Though barely out of childhood, the 13-year-old musician, composer and...

Chaise Lounge opens FOOTMAD season
Chaise Lounge opens FOOTMAD season

The Friends of Old-Time Music and Dance kick off their 2014-15 concert season Saturday with a performance by Maryland six-piece Chaise Lounge. Some folks call them jazz; others say swing. They describe themselves as “classically smooth...

In Short: Sept. 11-17, 2014

East End block party

The seventh annual East End block party runs from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday on the corner of Elizabeth and Jackson streets, in front of Asbury United Methodist Church. The free event includes a concert by the Martin Luther King...

Christopher Carter and ‘Arteries’ art on ‘RFC’

The latest “RFC MINI SHOW,” online now at the PopCult blog (blogs.wvgazette.com/popcult), features Christopher Carter performing a couple of cover songs at last week’s horror-themed art show, “Arteries,” in Kanawha...

Singer/songwriter Adam Marsland comes to Boulevard Tavern Sunday
Singer/songwriter Adam Marsland comes to Boulevard Tavern Sunday

Adam Marsland has always been a kind of underground sensation. In the early to mid 1990s, he was the frontman for Cockeyed Ghost, a Los Angeles-based power pop punk band that was part of the city’s music scene.

Marsland, who performs...

Documentary project aims to capture some of region’s history, culture before it’s gone
Documentary project aims to capture some of region’s history, culture before it’s gone

Shane Simmons said he and Jason Barton had no idea what they were getting into when they started "The Appalachian Project," an ongoing documentary that "is committed to promoting and preserving the heritage and culture of the Southern Appalachians....

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