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A little Latin spice (photo)
CHRIS DORST | Gazette
A little Latin spice (photo)

Arts Notes: Feb. 22, 2015

‘Anything Goes’

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The musical comedy “Anything Goes” take the stage of Keith Albee Performing Arts Center, 925 Fourth Ave., Huntington, Monday at 7:30 p.m....

In Short: Feb. 19-25, 2015

Bob Thompson at La Belle

The “D” Street Art & Music Series presents The Bob Thompson Quartet in concert on Saturday at the La Belle Theater, 311 D St., South Charleston.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., with a showing of work by...

5 questions with Kill Matilda
5 questions with Kill Matilda

Not every Canadian punk trio can boast that they also kill zombies, but for Toronto-based Kill Matilda, it’s a way of life.

The energetic, female-fronted powerhouse comes to The Empty...

Up with Justin Townes Earle
Up with Justin Townes Earle

Justin Townes Earle is just in a much better place these days. The 33-year-old indie singer/songwriter, who performs Tuesday night at the V Club in Huntington, is happily married, almost deliriously so, and really, just happy in general, which is ...

W.Va. Youth Symphony’s online auction still open
W.Va. Youth Symphony’s online auction still open

Organizers of West Virginia Youth Symphony’s online auction are hoping Thursday’s cocktail reception will be the final push they need to reach their fundraising goal.

To mark the...

Heart coming to Clay Center in July

Rock ‘n’ roll sisters Heart will come to the Clay Center July 1.

The add-on show was announced Monday morning by the Arts and Science Center.

Heart arrived on the American music scene in the mid-1970s with songs like...

Film music played in an intimate setting

Composers of film music do not always write just for films. Many, like John Williams and Bruce Broughton, have maintained vibrant careers as composers of art music, when not spending 80 hours a week working on a film.

The earliest film composers ...

Outgoing Tamarack Foundation director reflects on the art of giving
Outgoing Tamarack Foundation director reflects on the art of giving

Back in 2003, Sally Barton was approached with a unique career opportunity — the opportunity to lead the Tamarack Artisan Foundation, created that year to support West Virginia artisans and help them to thrive.

At the time, Barton was at ...

City native sculpts ice for parties, competition
City native sculpts ice for parties, competition

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Most people’s up-close experience with ice come from cracking cubes from a freezer tray into a drink or chipping away at their windshield on a frosty winter morning.

For Charleston native David A. Smith, ice is...

Things to do Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015

Music

PLUS ONE: 7 p.m. Free. Lovely vibes and bass. Bluegrass Kitchen, 1600 Washington St. E. Call 304-346-2871.

BOOGIE BROTHERS: 7 to 10 p.m. Admission $8. Marmet Recreation Center, 8500 MacCorkle Ave., Marmet. Call 304-949-9692....

Divinely uproarious, “Sister Act” wows the crowd

Midweek musicals are not always an easy sell, but fans who flocked to the Clay Center Wednesday evening were not disappointed as the slightly sacrilegious, but wildly entertaining “Sister Act” graced the Charleston stage. This hysterical ...

Review: In ‘Dying Light,’ tension rises when night falls
Review: In ‘Dying Light,’ tension rises when night falls

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — As longtime readers already know, I have an affinity for survival-horror video games. After all, there’s nothing quite like the feeling of exhilaration that only a good scare can provide.

But here’s the...

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