One of the joys in being a fan is digging into the lore of a book, television show or movie and learning about all the background, behind-the-scenes stuff.
Officials at the State Fair of West Virginia announced HARDY as the first concert added to the 2023 Grandstand Lineup for Sunday, Aug. 13. Tickets will go on sale Friday, Jan. 20 at 10 a.m.
Figuring out what you want to do with your life after high school is hard. Anne Wilson launched a music career and went on tour.
Downtown Fayetteville will host its annual Wizard Weekend Jan. 27-29. Some of this year’s activities include a sorting ceremony, costume contest, scavenger hunt, potions class, spell casting, wand making, quidditch and two great feasts. The majority of the experiences are free.
The internet is a remarkable thing. With just a couple of keystrokes or the swipe of a finger on a smart phone, you can pull up all kinds of facts about just about any place.
One of the advantages of having a university in downtown Huntington is the art, music and entertainment that it provides, and the Marshall Artists Series is an example.
Musician Philip Bowen is a West Virginia native who chose to leave his home to find success and raise his family elsewhere, only to appreciate his Mountain State upbringing more and more as time goes by.
“My So-Called High School Rank” is a documentary directed by Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg that highlights the growing pressures impacting high school seniors around the country. It was filmed during the 2019 and 2020 school year, so during the pandemic.
Following nearly two years of grounded national tours, closed theaters and canceled performances, 2022 was something like a resumption of how things were before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Co-founder and artistic director of Mountain Stage, Larry Groce, will receive an honorary degree during the West Virginia University December commencement ceremonies Saturday, Dec. 17.
Among the 55 cast members in this weekend’s “Christmas in Who-Ville, the Ballet” are two performers defying enormous odds to just be on the stage, let alone dance.
The holiday show dance card continues to fill up as “Christmas in Who-Ville, The Ballet” returns to the Charleston Coliseum Theater 7 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Saturday.
The Resort at Glade Springs, in Daniels, will hold its Christmas-themed haunted attraction The Fright Before Christmas over two weekends this December with a brand new twist.
There’s nothing like performing for a familiar crowd and September’s Clash at the Castle was a high point for Drew McIntyre.