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“The Other Side of Christmas” is two books in one
Photo courtesy of Beth Hoge Gully
“The Other Side of Christmas” is two books in one

Anyone who’s gone to middle school might remember notes passing back and forth during class and the horror of one being discovered, then read aloud.

Graphic designer Beth Hoge Gully, 55, a George Washington High School graduate, is no...

Best Bet - Third Eye Cabaret
Best Bet - Third Eye Cabaret

Third Eye Cabaret returns to the Fireside Bar and Lounge above Little India, 1604 Washington St. E., from 7:30 to 10 p.m. tonight in a show hosted by Alasha Al-Qudwah (pictured). Performers include Mike Pushkin and Al-Qudwah — world peace duo;...

WV Book Team: ‘New’ Dr. Seuss is on the loose
WV Book Team: ‘New’ Dr. Seuss is on the loose

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — It is always a good idea check your drawers. You never know what you may find.

Audrey Geisel, widow of Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, began cleaning out the doctor’s office in 2013 and has...

Living Legends of Dance
Living Legends of Dance

Growing up swaying to the rhythms of Motown and the Blues, National Living Legends of Dance awardees Kevin, 58, and Dee Twohig, 62, of Nitro, met and fell in love on the dance floor.

Over the years, they have built friendships through...

How to move on: Author returns to WV to share her story of surviving brain cancer
How to move on: Author returns to WV to share her story of surviving brain cancer

On a warm Saturday morning in August 1998, Lisa Reisman threw on some running clothes and headed from her New York City apartment for a run.

When she returned, she chatted with her sister, Luke,...

Things to do Saturday, July 18, 2015

Music

CONNER MEIKLE AND DAVE LLOYD: 7 p.m. Free. Jazz sax and keys. Bluegrass Kitchen, 1600 Washington St. E. Call 304-346-2871.

EVERYONE LEAVES, LOST SWIMMER, LETTERS, NO PRETTY PICTURES AND GOODBYE UTAH: 6 p.m. Cover $5. All ages....

Movie review: ‘Trainwreck’ starts off with a bang, keeps laughs rolling
Movie review: ‘Trainwreck’ starts off with a bang, keeps laughs rolling

If you’ve seen “Spy” with Melissa McCarthy, you’re already aware that the movie nails its first big laugh - the sneezing-assassin joke - within moments of the opening credits. Even if you know it’s coming, the timing ...

Q&A with Ona
Q&A with Ona

Friday night, Huntington’s Coyotes in Boxes opens for Qiet at Live on the Levee in Charleston. Qiet is the popular local band. Coyotes in Boxes is the band that made the move to Nashville a few years ago to try to take their music up to the...

Photo of the Week: July 19, 2015
Photo of the Week: July 19, 2015

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Sometimes, roses are hard to resist. Our Photo of the Week is of a Frau Karl Druschki rose after a May afternoon shower. Christina Carr was visiting her mother, Virginia Watts, when an afternoon rain storm hit. When the...

WV Book Team: Hot reads for the summer hammock
WV Book Team: Hot reads for the summer hammock

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Picture your perfect summer day.

Maybe you’re in a hammock by a gentle mountain stream, watching the clouds roll by. Or are you on a beach towel, listening to crashing waves and relishing the feeling of sand...

Tamarack’s Best of W.Va. exhibit opens
Tamarack’s Best of W.Va. exhibit opens

More than 80 of the Mountain State’s most talented artists have their work on display as part of The Best of West Virginia Open Juried Exhibition, held at Tamarack’s David L. Dickirson Fine Arts Gallery.

Gallery manager Molly...

Shakespeare in the park(s)
Shakespeare in the park(s)

The Vintage Theater Company in Bridgeport figures that if West Virginians don’t have something, they should just go ahead and do it themselves.

“We looked around and found out that West Virginia is one of two states out of 50 that...

Wheeling native stars in FX comedy 'Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll'
Wheeling native stars in FX comedy 'Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll'

Actor John Corbett used to have some crazy dreams about going back to high school.

The Wheeling native, who stars in the new FX comedy “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll,” which premieres 10 p.m. tonight explained, “It was 15 or 20 years...

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