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Speaker to discuss black neighborhood

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Charleston native Barbara Hicks Lacy will present “African American Life in Charleston: A Personal Perspective” Thursday at the Archives and History Library in the Culture Center.

The program is the third...

Many events scheduled for FestivALL edition of Art Walk

Here are many of the scheduled events for Thursday’s FestivALL edition of Art Walk:

Tony the Tailor

822 Virginia Street East

Tony the Tailor will host artist Sarah Frydrich, who has been adding to her portfolio since her debut ...

Dance Gala to feature soloist with W.Va. ties
Dance Gala to feature soloist with W.Va. ties

People might think Savannah Lowery — a respected soloist with the New York City Ballet, one of the foremost dance companies in the world — is a newcomer to West Virginia when she performs June 25 in the FestivALL Dance Gala, but they...

Mayor Jones’ biggest fan
Mayor Jones’ biggest fan

New FestivALL event brings punk performers to town

It’s not entirely clear exactly what author Legs McNeil and punk performer Johnny Puke, a Charleston native, will be talking about Sunday when the pair appears at Bluegrass Kitchen at 7 p.m. for the free, adults-only FestivALL event Punk and...

City gets the ‘Squares’ — and Peter Marshall to host
City gets the ‘Squares’ — and Peter Marshall to host

“Pick a star, win a prize,” iconic NBC television game show host and West Virginia native Peter Marshall would say at the start of each and every game of “The Hollywood Squares” during his more than 15 years with the...

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...

The running of the dogs
The running of the dogs

The popular FestivALL West Side Wiener Dog Race kicks off its eighth annual event at 10 a.m. Saturday on the lawn of Stonewall Jackson Middle School, 812 Park Ave. That’s when registration and live music start and the vendors, info booths,...

In Short: June 19-25, 2014

‘Hillbilly Squares’ contestants

In addition to the “West Virginia Squares” FestivALL events Monday and Tuesday at the Clay Center, the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame will host an adults-only, after-hours edition...

Review: "An Enemy of the People" seeks to unite friends

By now, the memories of the immediate aftermath of the January 9 chemical spill into the Elk River are well on their way to fading.

It's June. While the grocery stores are still doing a brisk business with jugs of distilled water, most...

Fundraisers planned this week and next to save Kanawha Players Theater
Fundraisers planned this week and next to save Kanawha Players Theater

It was only five years ago when the Kanawha Players last found themselves in dire straits.

Kanawha Players president Ginger Workman said, "I've been with the Kanawha Players for about six years, and it's always been an ongoing struggle to keep...

Annual biker bash kicks off Thursday
Annual biker bash kicks off Thursday

The Capitol City Biker Bash roars onto Kanawha Boulevard starting at 6 p.m. Thursday. This third annual free event, which runs through Saturday, features a bike show, various motorcycle rides and the West Virginia State Cornhole Tournament. There are...

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