After spending most of the past three months at home with their two sets of twins because of COVID-19, Cassie Means and Ray Moore used Friday’s drive-in movie night in Charleston as an opportunity to get out of the house with their family.
The Christian Justice Coalition, a ministry of the Resurrection family of churches, is hosting a city-wide Juneteenth celebration from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Risen City Church, 1410 4th Ave., on Charleston’s West Side.
Organizers of the annual Railroad Days festival in Hinton voted Tuesday to cancel the event for 2020, blindsiding operators of the Autumn Colors Express, who are planning to proceed with four round-trip rail excursions in October, with or without the event.
While many festivals and fairs across the state have shut down for 2020 because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the State Fair of West Virginia will go on as scheduled.
HUNTINGTON — Shoppers, business owners and event hosts alike eagerly hope for better times as West Virginia slowly moves forward into summer.
If you’re hoping the luck o’ the Irish will find you in the coming year, perhaps you should consider a trip to Ireland. The tiny community in southern Lewis County will celebrate its 39th annual Irish Spring Festival through March 19, the first day of spring.
The wildfires that burned for months in Australia are finally contained, but when Aodhan King, of Hillsong Young and Free, was home in Sydney just a few weeks ago, they weren’t.
There will be something for everyone’s musical fancy — dulcimers, a renowned children’s choir, David Bowie and more — as Charleston rings in a new decade with its annual New Year’s Eve celebration.
The City of South Charleston’s Santafest will begin at noon on Saturday with a Christmas parade down D Street from 1st Avenue to the Mound. Participants include local bands, dance groups, performers, community service organizations, local businesses, and Santa and Mrs. Claus. After the parad…
FAYETTEVILLE — Eleven months out of the year, Fayetteville is renowned for its rugged, hardcore outdoor wilderness and serious, no-frills, back-to-nature adventures. For the next few weeks, the entire town does a sparkling, glistening 180 — thanks to a massive, extreme holiday makeover.
Saturday afternoon, there’s a kind of homecoming at the Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center’s Little Theater with the Charleston Light Opera Guild’s 70th anniversary gala.
If you’re maybe done with the Halloween season, send it off for good at Gritt’s Farm in Buffalo for the annual pumpkin smash. Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m., admission gets you into the farm to lay waste to the remaining pumpkins. The day includes pumpkin pie, donut eating contests and pumpk…
The Mountain State Forest Festival returns to Elkins this weekend to usher in the autumn season. The festival, which opens Saturday morning and continues until next weekend, includes “The Strongest Man in the Forest” competition, a chili cook-off, live entertainment, crafts and more. The fes…
September’s Downtown Streetfest is Saturday on Capitol Street, following the Funeral Parade at 5:30 p.m. The family friendly street festival will have activities and games for the kids, live music and more. The event is free to the public and continues until 9 p.m.
If you had to conjure up a picture of what it means to be from Appalachia, you might picture two women sitting outside, stringing green beans and chatting about life.