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Review: Catching up with ghosts, guns, guillotine chokes and ‘Transformers’
Review: Catching up with ghosts, guns, guillotine chokes and ‘Transformers’

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — As my yearly self-imposed summer vacation draws to a close, it is time once again to look back at some of the games I’ve been playing recently. It’s an eclectic mix, to be sure, but I was somewhat disappointed...

Sensory sensitive screening of ‘Planes’ Saturday
Sensory sensitive screening of ‘Planes’ Saturday

Park Place Stadium Cinemas, 600 Washington St. E., will have a screening of “Planes: Fire & Rescue” for those with developmental disabilities at 10 a.m. Saturday. The lights will be turned on and the sound at a lower volume, plus guests...

Jackson County Fair features national concert acts
Jackson County Fair features national concert acts

The Jackson County Fair in Cottageville ends Saturday, but it’s got some big entertainment planned before then with five concerts remaining before the gates close. First, the venerable Dr. Ralph Stanley and his Clinch Mountain Boys are up at 8...

Two new shows wrap up July premieres
Two new shows wrap up July premieres

This week wraps up a July full of premieres with WGN’s “Manhattan” and Nickelodeon’s “Henry Danger,” bringing the total to 17 new shows this month....

In Short: July 24-30, 2014

Camp Curtain Call

Camp Curtain Call, a local youth theater camp, presents its original production, “Pirates of the Caribbean: A Twist in Time — A Parody,” Friday and Saturday at the Capitol Center Theater, 123 Summers St....

Dina Hornbaker featured in ‘RFC MINI SHOW’

This week’s “RFC MINI SHOW,” online at blogs.wvgazette.com/popcult, shines a spotlight on Dina Hornbaker, who made her “Radio Free Charleston” debut last March, in Episode 196. Hornbaker is a talented...

Things to do Saturday, July 19, 2014

AURORA CELTIC: 6 p.m. Free. Celtic music. Sponsored by Ivy & Stone Council for the Arts. Brown House lawn, Summersville.

WEGMANN BROTHERS: 7 to 9 p.m. Free. Original Appalachian Blues. Bluegrass Kitchen, 1600 Washington St. E. Call 304-346-2871....

Possible settlement could bring $1.7 million to W.Va. consumers

A $400 million e-book settlement between Apple, Inc., and 33 states and territories, including West Virginia, could lead to residents receiving up to $1.7 million, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced Thursday.

A press release issued by...

Book Notes: July 20, 2014
Book Notes: July 20, 2014

Hatfield-McCoy lecture

DUNBAR, W.Va. — Join author and historian Dean King at the Dunbar Branch Library, 301 12th St., Dunbar, on Monday for a new look at the Hatfield-McCoy feud.

King broke new ground in 2013 in his book...

Charleston growing as a mural art city
Charleston growing as a mural art city

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Folks in Charleston are excited about mural painting.

The area hasn’t quite reached the level of Philadelphia, whose Mural Arts Program has transformed a city known for graffiti into one known for art that is...

Arts Notes: July 20, 2014
Arts Notes: July 20, 2014

Zen Oriental Art

BECKLEY, W.Va. — The Beckley Art Center will hold a 10-week class on the tools, the treasures and the four gentlemen of Zen Oriental Art Brush Strokes on Thursdays from 6 to 9 p.m....

A common ‘Thread’ flows through new Rosanne Cash CD
A common ‘Thread’ flows through new Rosanne Cash CD

Country singer/songwriter and occasional music rights activist Rosanne Cash said sometimes well-meaning fans come up to her and ask about the best way for them to support their favorite musicians. She kind of laughed about it.

“Just buy...

Good News Mountaineer Garage hosts its last ArtWalk
Good News Mountaineer Garage hosts its last ArtWalk

After 13 years on Hale Street, Good News Mountaineer Garage is moving to a new location on the West Side. While it’s not an end to the organization that helps provide work vehicles to the poor, it’s the end of the organization’s...

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