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MLB writer visited Charleston on Saturday for his tour of minor league parks
Nate Diller will perform at the Bluegrass Kitchen on Saturday night.
White-haired bluegrass legend, 75, performs at Power Park this Saturday
Rinaldi family opened landmark pizza joints after emigrating from Sicily.
Girls Scouts offer free event to help children and families establish healthy habits
Festival’s future was in question before univesrity pledged more than $40,000
Dale Morton was 43 years old when his childhood fantasy came true.
He walked through the red turbolift doors and found himself standing on the bridge of the USS Enterprise.
The screens were all lit up, the li...
Organization is rebranding with a new name, a new website and wider variety of acts
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — “Hollow,” an interactive documentary chronicling life in McDowell County, has been nominated for an Emmy.
Nominations were announced Tuesday by the National Academy of Telev...
Michaela Anne will perform at the Empty Glass next Wednesday
Growing craze mixes grass fed butter with coffee for health benefits
Making art with an old-school printing press isn’t easy, but Kayleigh Phillips says she likes the hands-on experience
Drum instructor hopes to introduce beginners and experienced musicians to West African drumming
Sean Richardson and Karen Allen prove good things come to those who wait
Josh Buskirk found vintage building materials inside a vintage Steinway grand piano
Even after 60 years, the North Carolina band says they’re just getting started
Joseph Elbert will sell his handmade furniture at this weekend’s Capitol Street Art Fair
Artisans from three states and more than three dozen West Virginia counties will participate in the Capitol Street Art Fair this Saturday and Sunday.
Event organizer Betty Rivard said 95 vendors will have their wor...
Drummer Sunny Jain combines jazz and Indian music traditions in brass band
Candi Staton, St. Paul and the Broken Bones bring old sounds to new audiences
Crowds at the Blues, Brews and BBQ Festival, coming this Friday to the University of Charleston, have plenty of food options from barbecued ribs to deep-fried Twinkies.
After more than 30 years, longtime “Hollywood Squares” host Peter Marshall is bringing the show to his home state...with a little West Virginia twist.
As part of Charleston’s FestivALL celebrat...
The Derick Kirk Foundation provides scholarship to young musicians and funding for public school music programs
Soul singer’s unmistakable voice influenced by doo wop singers of his childhood, and yodeling cowboys
Old-time string band will play first-ever FestivALT this Saturday at Power Park
The gallery will reopen June 26 for this month’s Art Walk
Trace Corley makes custom skateboards, t-shirts and hats
Genre-bending group’s new album “Cold Spell” releases in August
Trio started two years ago but is now a regular feature on Charleston’s music scene
Local chefs divulge secrets behind their chicken and waffles recipes
Magazine’s annual traveling car show arrives in Charleston on Monday
Anyone can fish in state rivers, lakes, ponds this weekend without a license
Co-founders want to give young bands a place to play
‘Mothman Black IPA,’ ‘Steel Drivin’ Stout’ will be among offerings
Adaption of 1882 play “An Enemy of the People” based on January’s chemical spill
Time and Distance will play Live on the Levee this Friday
Singer-songwriter Parker Millsap left the Pentecostal church but still draws inspiration from his upbringing
Fuji’s Sushi and Teriyaki along Jefferson Rd. offers fresh sushi along with saltwater tank supplies