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‘Heroin(e)’ spotlights women helping combat Huntington’s drug crisis

‘Heroin(e)’ spotlights women helping combat Huntington’s drug crisis

She knew what people expected — “needles, spoons and depression,” she said, and “whatever list they’ve decided to put us at the bottom of.”

Things to do today: Sept. 23, 2017

Things to do today: Sept. 23, 2017

Music

THE 13TH ANNUAL AUNT JENNIE MUSIC FESTIVAL: 4 p.m. Free. Annual festival honoring Virginia Myrtle “Aunt Jennie” Wilson. Chief Logan State Park, 376 Little Buffalo Creek Road, Logan.

Things to do today: Sept. 22, 2017

Things to do today: Sept. 22, 2017

BRG: 6 p.m. Free. Barnyard BBQ, 1600 Main St., Milton. Call 304-415-7675.

Review: ‘Stronger’ a heart-wrenching story of survival

Review: ‘Stronger’ a heart-wrenching story of survival

“Stronger “ is about a survivor but it is not a feel-good movie.

Review: ‘Kingsman’ sequel lacks punch, vibe of first film

Review: ‘Kingsman’ sequel lacks punch, vibe of first film

In the first film about a secret spy group known as Kingsman, we learned they are well-dressed, courtly and perfectly groomed. But by the second film, there’s a decidedly ungentlemanly whiff about them — of desperation.

Huntington hosts Fall International Film Festival this weekend

Huntington hosts Fall International Film Festival this weekend

The Fall International Film Festival returns to the Keith-Albee Theater in Huntington today through Sunday, bringing a range of award-winning foreign films and one American documentary, “Atomic Homefront,” that shines light on something...

Plans for all-ages venue rise in old bakery building

Plans for all-ages venue rise in old bakery building

Charleston may be getting a new all-ages music venue in just a couple of months.

Semisonic frontman Wilson headlines ‘Mountain Stage’

Semisonic frontman Wilson headlines ‘Mountain Stage’

Songs can take on a life of their own and mean different things than what the songwriters intended.

New conductor Loh takes center stage as WVSO season begins

New conductor Loh takes center stage as WVSO season begins

At long last, West Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s new conductor will take the podium. Lawrence Loh will be at the Clay Center in Charleston Saturday to usher in the symphony’s 2017-2018 season.

Review: Stephen King’s ‘Sleeping Beauties’ brings fairytale curse to WV

Review: Stephen King’s ‘Sleeping Beauties’ brings fairytale curse to WV

Just in time for the spooky season, Stephen King has a new book out Tuesday. This one, “Sleeping Beauties,” was co-written by his son, Owen King.

Arts Notes: Sept. 24, 2017

Arts Notes: Sept. 24, 2017

Sharon Mullins, former art instructor at George Washington High School, will teach Learn to Draw classes Oct. 3. 10, 16 and 24 at Unity of Kanawha Valley, 804 Myrtle Road.

Carfizzi performing benefit show at Cavendish Hall

Carfizzi performing benefit show at Cavendish Hall

Cavendish Hall, an intimate concert hall located in Kanawha City, features Metropolitan Opera bass/baritone Patrick Carfizzi in a recital starting 7:30 p.m. Friday. He will perform works by Donizetti,...

Country music legend Alan Jackson at the Civic Center

Country music legend Alan Jackson at the Civic Center

Country superstar Alan Jackson brings his 2017 tour to the Civic Center in Charleston, on Friday, along with multi-platinum singer Lee Ann Womack as special guest. The Georgia native, who claims he is just a “singer of simple songs,”...

Greenbrier Valley Theatre celebrating 50th anniversary

Greenbrier Valley Theatre celebrating 50th anniversary

The Greenbrier Valley Theatre will mark its 50th anniversary Friday and Saturday with two showcase events. The West Virginia Jazz Orchestra and Martinsburg native Christian Lopez will open the celebration with a concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, which also ...

In short: ArtWalk, Streetfest, PJ Masks LIVE!

In short: ArtWalk, Streetfest, PJ Masks LIVE!

The monthly ArtWalk, a free self-guided walking tour of downtown shops and galleries, takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. today.

Film clips: Sept. 21, 2017

Film clips: Sept. 21, 2017

Theater key: M = Marquee Cinemas in South Charleston; N = Nitro Stadium 12; PP = Park Place Stadium Cinemas in downtown Charleston; TV = Teays Valley Stadium 10 in Scott Depot.

Books and Brews expanding to Charleston’s West Side

Books and Brews expanding to Charleston’s West Side

A Putnam County restaurant, coffee shop and bookstore plans to expand to Charleston’s West Side next year. Hurricane’s Books and Brews plans to add a second location at 222 West Washington Street in the Spring of 2018, business owner and ...

FestivALL Fall announces lineup for sixth year

FestivALL Fall announces lineup for sixth year

Now in its sixth year, FestivALL Fall will add a local comedy showcase and another day to its lineup.

Morgantown native hopes to inspire kids with STEM-focused book series

Morgantown native hopes to inspire kids with STEM-focused book series

Dubbed “The Space Gal,” Emily Calandrelli is on a mission to shake up the science world.

PHOTO: Dunbar Fall Festival

PHOTO: Dunbar Fall Festival

The Dunbar Fall Festival kicked off Friday with live music, an arts and crafts fair, food and more. The festival, which runs Friday and Saturday, is held on 12th Street in front of City Hall and 12th Street Plaza. The West Virginia Music Hall of...

Things to do: Sept. 16, 2017

Things to do: Sept. 16, 2017

AMERI-COUNTRY: 6 to 9 p.m. Cover $3. Nitro Senior Center, 302 21st Street, Nitro. Call 304-993-7693.

Review: Jake Owen rocks Clay Center stage

Review: Jake Owen rocks Clay Center stage

For a country music concert, the cowboy boots were sure lacking.

Things to do: Sept. 15, 2017

Things to do: Sept. 15, 2017

Music

DUNBAR FALL FESTIVAL: Starting at noon. Local crafts and food vendors. Music by Tommy Griffin, The Pour House Band, Carpenter Ants and John Ellison. Dunbar Landing, 10th Street Shopping Plaza, Dunbar.

Review: Jennifer Lawrence stuns in the audacious ‘mother!’

Review: Jennifer Lawrence stuns in the audacious ‘mother!’

Women give, men take and the Old Testament crashes into modern anxiety in director Darren Aronofsky’s “mother!” It is an audacious, bold and fascinating fever dream of a film. It’s allegory for, well, everything (the...