HUNTINGTON - Over at the historic Heritage Station, step onto Platform 3/4 for a cinematic ride aboard the Hogwarts Express as the monthly Cinema Under the Stars presents "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets."
Travis Craig and Travis McClintic will lead a team of eight of the best players in West Virginia, in four grades, facing clubs from New York and Boston, in the national championship, the North American Region Finals, August 7-9, also on Turkey Run Road, Buckhannon.
IRONTON - Nashville-based classic country crooner Rob McNurlin is the spotlight artist Tuesday for the Ironton Summer Concert Series.
HUNTINGTON - It's not often royalty visits the Jewel City, but imperial majesty will come galloping into the Big Sandy Superstore Arena this week as Huntington welcomes The Gala of the Royal Horses at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7.
The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org.
Steve Winwood may have thought the "Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys" was, in 1971 slang, "groovy." But the low moan of the high-heeled girls that's rockin' emergency rooms across North America isn't so melodic.
Editor's note: This is the 90th in a series of articles recalling vanished Huntington landmarks.
HUNTINGTON - When commercial television debuted in the 1950s, many in the motion picture industry feared it would be the death of their business. That didn't happen, of course. Movies are still a hugely popular entertainment medium.
ANIMALS: The Victorian-style house at 714 Park Ave., Ironton, now welcomes dogs, cats, birds, reptiles and hamsters for veterinary services by Dr. Philip Abbott. The Ironton Animal Clinic, joint venture among Drs. Mike Dyer, Steve Walker and David Pinkston, offers basic treatment, surgeries and diagnostic care. Call 740-442-7228.
Have you felt a nagging, unsettling feeling that you're just going through the motions of everyday life? Things are OK, but you're not feeling "the juice."
How many folks out there remember those plastic trays on the school hot lunch line? The trays and other plastic dinnerware of the 1940s through the 1970s were originally created as a way to use an inexpensive raw material called melamine.