Christmas is almost upon us. Time for sugar cookies and an overload of green and red everywhere you look. Now is the time to spend time with friends and family. One way to spend time with friends this holiday season is by throwing a Christmas sleepover and here’s your guide to the perfect one:

As a musician, I’ve always sought to join a music community with great opportunities to grow, and share my musical talent with the Charleston area. My desire culminated into joining the Charleston Chamber Orchestra (CCO) about two years ago. We, a community of diverse ages, professions, musi…

Eight Kanawha County high school choirs will give spectators a first look into their upcoming competition season on Sunday, Nov. 17. Swing Sing, held annually in downtown Charleston at the Municipal Auditorium, will be celebrating its 45th anniversary with the 2019 event.

With so many school breaks coming up, one of the primary activities will be binge watching television shows for the fun of it. Binge watching shows is almost an art form. Being able to follow a story line and be interested in it for episodes upon episodes is really hard if the show isn’t int…

Oliver is about 8 years olds, and can be seen here when he followed FlipSide writer Mary Barker and her sister on a hike behind their house. Mary said Oliver is the sweetest cat. Over the summer, the members of FlipSide may share photos of their pets from time to time.

Two-year-old dachshunds, Griffey and Gracie belong to FlipSide writer Emma Daniels. Over the summer, the members of FlipSide may share photos of their pets from time to time.

Bolt, who may look like a large cotton ball, is actually an American Eskimo. He belongs to FlipSide writer, Susan Prigozen of George Washington High School. Over the summer, the members of FlipSide may share photos of their pets from time to time.

George Washington High School’s Theatre of Nevertheless recently put on a fantastic production of an adaption of the acclaimed movie, “9 to 5.” The student performers graced the stage and showcased the talent that lies within our youth as well as community.

By the time this article is in the May issue of FlipSide, we will all know the ending to “Avengers: Endgame,” if some of our favorite characters are gone or came back. The marveling (pun intended) thing is how Marvel has been able to keep its audience on its feet for the last 10-plus years, …

Since Beyoncé Knowles-Carter made her solo debut in 2003, the star has been stunning fans with her career moves, and 2019 is no different. Only four months into 2019, the singer announced a documentary on Netflix of her Coachella performance that had been deemed Beychella.

With multiple movies, the Grinch has become a Christmas staple. The 2018 animated version lives up to its predecessors by having the right amount of humor and Christmas spirit. These movies are based on Dr. Seuss’s book “How The Grinch Stole Christmas,” and this movie is a great addition to …

With Thanksgiving coming up fast, it’s about time that everyone starts making plans. Flights are scheduled, arrangements are made and outfits are prepared. Thanksgiving is generally seen as a traditional sort of holiday. In other words, every family has different customs they tend to follow,…

Hollywood may be slowly going off the deep end. We’re drowning in kids’ and family movies with ridiculous cash-grab concepts and casts of celebrities who seem to have way too much time on their hands (I wonder, would Jimmy Stewart have played a cartoon talking turd?).