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Children’s book author to visit library

West Virginia author Anna Smucker will share her picture book “Golden Delicious: A Cinderella Apple Story,” at Kanawha County Public Library this week in honor of Children’s Book Week. The story is about the discovery of West...

Broadway in Charleston announces new season
Broadway in Charleston announces new season

“Annie,” “Rent” and “Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy” are all part of the next season of Broadway in Charleston.

Prince was a one-man band and a friend to many others
Prince was a one-man band and a friend to many others

NEW YORK (AP) – On his own, Prince was a revolutionary recording artist and one-man band.

Innerviews: Therapist enjoying dual identity as romance writer
Innerviews: Therapist enjoying dual identity as romance writer

She leads a double life.

By day, Lynn Eldridge works as a mental health therapist and director of clinical services at Process Strategies. At night, she writes historical romance novels set in the Old West.

Documentary maker Michael Moore makes surprise visit to film festival
Documentary maker Michael Moore makes surprise visit to film festival

When Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore’s birthday trip to Rome was canceled, he decided to take a trip to the next best city — Charleston.

Review: New music dazzles with Formosa String Quartet

Since the late 1970s, composers have been chipping away at the myth that new music is difficult listening.

Photos: Goodbye to the circus elephants
Photos: Goodbye to the circus elephants

After 145 years, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, “The Greatest Show on Earth,” will retire its elephants from the road in May.

Things to do today: April 24, 2016

ANNUAL SPRING CONCERT: 3 p.m. Free, bur donations accepted. Concert will feature Dan Forrest’s “Requiem for the Living,” as well as selections by Eric Whitacre, Eleanor Daley, Sergei Rachmaninoff and others. Presented by...

Things to do today: April 23, 2016

CAVEMAN DAVE: 7 p.m. Free. Bluegrass Kitchen, 1600 Washington St., E. Call 304-346-2871.

Craik-Patton house to celebrate life of Shakespeare 400 years after death

Charleston’s Craik-Patton House will host an event Saturday commemorating the 400th anniversary of famous playwright William Shakespeare’s death, featuring performances of two of his plays and discussion of Shakespeare’s life and...

Charleston Civic Chorus conductor says his goodbyes in final concert
Charleston Civic Chorus conductor says his goodbyes in final concert

Dr. Truman Dalton isn’t one to over-embellish.

When describing music, he sticks with the facts. He starts by listing off the composer’s name and might translate the title if necessary, and he’ll add a few descriptors here or ...

Charleston native competes on Food Network’s ‘Cutthroat Kitchen’
Charleston native competes on Food Network’s ‘Cutthroat Kitchen’

From his earliest years growing up in Charleston, two things were clear about Douglas Walls: he was wildly competitive — check out that 1986 Charleston Gazette photo of him leading the family in a rough-and-tumble game of football — and...

WV Book Team: Some of the best books about baseball
WV Book Team: Some of the best books about baseball

It’s baseball season and the air is filled with the crack of the bat, the roar of the crowd, the smell of the toast.

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