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Review: ‘Cabaret’ a night of drama

Friday night, in the intimate confines of The Charleston Light Opera Guild’s church-cum-theater on Tennessee Avenue, an audience was transported through time. Swept back to the burgeoning underworld of Berlin — a city in the throes of an...

E3 2015 — Nintendo charts return of ‘Zelda,’ ‘Star Fox’
E3 2015 — Nintendo charts return of ‘Zelda,’ ‘Star Fox’

LOS ANGELES — Link is set to return to the Nintendo 3DS before he arrives on the Wii U.

Nintendo announced plans Tuesday during the Electronic Entertainment Expo for a multiplayer-focused installment of...

Review: ‘Jurassic World’ is pure entertainment fun
Review: ‘Jurassic World’ is pure entertainment fun

Steven Spielberg had the advantage of dazzling new computer technology to make his 1993 release, “Jurassic Park,” a cinematic joyride. The creation of the dinosaurs onscreen was almost as amazing as the technology suggested in the movie...

Bell, Book and Candle may put a spell on you, if you let it

“Bell, Book and Candle,” a mostly lighthearted comedy — imagine a cross between “Bewitched” and a gender-reversed version of “The Stepford Wives” — opened Friday night at the Alban Arts and...

Review: Quintessential Kathy Griffin takes stage at Clay Center

“Nobody’s safe,” Kathy Griffin promised as she opened her stand-up comedy act Thursday night at the Clay Center during her 80-city “Like a Boss” tour.

And she made good on her word, making fun of us, herself,...

Bell, Book and — cat: Tonkinese steals scenes onstage
Bell, Book and — cat: Tonkinese steals scenes onstage

For a play to work, you need the right cast. You need actors who are comfortable around crowds, able to take direction and willing to learn lines.

None of these things describes your average house cat.

So, when the Alban Arts Center...

Aretha Franklin Clay Center performance was ‘practically a historical event’

The awful, unavoidable truth is that vocalists do not get better with age. After 20, 30 or 40 years, most of them lose power and range, and usually, the more notable the vocalist, the more noticeable the loss.

The fall can be terrible and for...

CD review: The Modock Rounders’ tribute to WV fiddler Wilson Douglas
CD review: The Modock Rounders’ tribute to WV fiddler Wilson Douglas

Old Tunes & New Blood: Legacy of Wilson Douglas

Modock Rounders

Buffalo Skinner CD-3085

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The title says it all. The Modock Rounders (fiddler Jesse Pearson, with Kim Johnson on banjo and Cody Jordan on guitar) pay ...

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