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Country duo Florida Georgia Line announces tour stop in Charleston
Country duo Florida Georgia Line announces tour stop in Charleston

The award-winning country duo Florida Georgia Line will make a stop in Charleston this spring for their “Anything Goes” tour.

The Charleston Civic Center announced the May 1 concert Friday morning. Tickets will go on sale at 10...

Country duo Florida Georgia Line announces tour stop in Charleston
Country duo Florida Georgia Line announces tour stop in Charleston

The award-winning country duo Florida Georgia Line will make a stop in Charleston this spring for their “Anything Goes” tour.

The Charleston Civic Center announced the May 1 concert Friday morning. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m....

Persistence pays off for Christian author
Persistence pays off for Christian author

Motivated by faith and a love for writing, Brett Armstrong persisted until a publisher accepted his most recent work.

“It’s really a humbling thing,” said Armstrong, who hopes his novel will be an inspiration to others....

Monster truck back to crush the competition in Monster Jam
Monster truck back to crush the competition in Monster Jam

Driver debuted his truck, Carolina Crusher, in Charleston nearly 30 years ago

Left of the Dial: Cheers to West Virginia Symphony for ‘pay what you wish’ model
Left of the Dial: Cheers to West Virginia Symphony for ‘pay what you wish’ model

Last weekend, the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra offered concert-goers a “pay what you wish” model to see violinist Nikki Chooi perform. Basically, any member of the public could purchase any available seat for any price.

The...

Cajun country music artist Yvette Landry set for Culture Center
Cajun country music artist Yvette Landry set for Culture Center

Yvette Landry picked up a guitar in her 40s as a way to cope with father’s cancer

Latino support buoys new Miss Universe
Latino support buoys new Miss Universe

Donald Trump says many predicted

newcomer’s win due to her star quality

SAG Awards gives ‘Birdman’ momentum heading into Oscars
SAG Awards gives ‘Birdman’ momentum heading into Oscars

Film will likely challenge ‘Boyhood’ in Oscar race

Bob Dylan straightforward in AARP interview
Bob Dylan straightforward in AARP interview

“Often cagey” musician “enjoyed himself” opening up to interviewer

Acting whim lands W.Va. native  support role in ‘Selma’ movie
Acting whim lands W.Va. native support role in ‘Selma’ movie

John Merical never considered himself an actor until he stumbled into a second career a couple of years ago.

The West Virginia native can currently be seen on the big screen in three different scenes of “Selma” as he portrays a...

World-renowned violinist to play ‘Pay What You Wish’ concert
World-renowned violinist to play ‘Pay What You Wish’ concert

World-renowned violinist Nikki Chooi knows not everyone shares his abiding passion for classical music.

Some might find it too high-brow or difficult to access.

But Chooi, who first picked up a violin at age 4 and was studying at the...

Left of the Dial: Mountain Stage kicks off 32nd season
Left of the Dial: Mountain Stage kicks off 32nd season

As he always does, Mountain Stage host Larry Groce opened up this season with a quote from Oscar Wilde.

“It is better to have a permanent income than to be fascinating,” he told the packed crowd at the West Virginia University...

Charleston film festival bringing Nancy Spielberg
Charleston film festival bringing Nancy Spielberg

The featured guest at this year’s West Virginia Jewish Film Festival is no stranger to movie-making.

As the little sister of a Hollywood giant, Nancy Spielberg has been handling scripts, special effects and production equipment for about ...

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