The renowned American Shakespeare Center will perform at the Scottish Rites Temple on Capitol Street this Friday evening
Man tours, acts
with wife in
Glotfelty Foundation makes $10,000 donation to 2014 FestivALL Fall
Legendary radio play ‘War of the Worlds’
will be performed
on stage by company
features food, ballet,
Shakespeare, concerts, book sale, leaf walk
Ian Anderson, the former front man of Jethro Tull, will play The Best of Jethro Tull at 8 p.m. Friday at the Clay Center.
Anderson is known throughout the world of music as the lead vocalist, flute player and guitarist of the British rock band...
Who did it? With what weapon? And where?
Charleston residents will be able to answer these iconic questions as they participate in a live, Clue-themed murder mystery Thursday evening as the opening event for East End Main Street’s annual...
Oscar de la Renta dies at 82; admired designer’s friends look back on his life
A renovated Charleston Civic Center could include new glassed-in corridors, an expanded convention center space and an outdoor plaza along the Elk River, ...
WASHINGTON — For a moment there, it seemed as if the red-carpet procession was going to be a serious affair — not quite what you’d expect at a gathering of some of comedy’s heaviest hitters for an evening of mirth at the...
Design still in early stages; officials expect $50 million price tag
HUNTINGTON — Touring the Museum of Radio and Technology is like stepping back in time to the beginning of radio, television, and computers.
It opened in 1991 in the old Harveytown Elementary School, 1640 Florence Ave., on...
The 41st Annual Kanawha Rock, Gem, Mineral, Fossil and Jewelry Show and Sale, sponsored by the Kanawha Rock and Gem Club Inc. and the South Charleston Lions Club, will be held Saturday and Sunday at the South Charleston Community Center, 601 Jefferson ...