CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- FestivALL Charleston 2015 celebrates 11 years June 19-28 by continuing to emphasize its slogan -- A City Becomes a Work of Art -- and meld established events and performances with fresh ideas.
HUNTINGTON - The old saying goes when God shuts a door, he sometimes opens a window. And for Darnell Poole that window led straight into a recording studio.
When 23-year-old singer-songwriter James Taylor starred in the 1971 drag-racing movie "Two Lane Blacktop" his character loved speeding down the highway.
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.
MIAMI - The latest workout crazes promise to stimulate your brain and your muscles in new ways with barre plies in the air (think aerial ballet), dance cardio (think a night out) or a routine modeled after a popular cooking show.
The individual shared responsibility provision requires that you and each member of your family have qualifying health insurance, a health coverage exemption, or make a payment when you file.
CLASSES: Ballroom dance classes in swing, instructed by Gayle Riggs, are from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Sundays in April at Guyandotte's VFW Ballroom. Each class costs $7. Dress code is casual. Contact 304-453-1250 or email@example.com.
HUNTINGTON - In 1946, Nathan Corbin, a Russian immigrant, and his sons Lee and Howard founded a clothing manufacturing company in Brooklyn, New York.
Much of what used to exist in Huntington's Harveytown neighborhood has vanished. Mayo Grocery Store is gone. The Shelby Earl Glass Company closed its doors several generations ago.
While West Virginia may be small in area, we know how to stack, pack and pile things vertically.