MILTON - It will be a Saturday night to remember on May 30 as the Mountaineer Opry House welcomes in the award-winning national act bluegrass band, The Rarely Herd, as well as one of the region's foremost experts in traditional music.
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CHARLESTON - A free public showing of the newest documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting - "Jay: A Rockefeller's Journey"- is set for Wednesday, June 3, at The Culture Center in the Capitol Complex in Charleston. The evening opens with a reception hosted by the Friends of West Virginia Public Broadcasting at 5:30 p.m. with the film following at 6:15 p.m. in the Culture Center Theater.
The first weekend of June is super packed with cool fests from Huntington's Jewel City JAMboree, to Cincinnati's Bunbury and Snowshoe Mountain's Wanderlust.
"Have compassion for all beings, rich and poor alike; each has their suffering. Some suffer too much, others too little." - Buddha
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FRANKLIN FURNACE, Ohio - The Green High School Alumni Association recently celebrated its annual GHS Alumni Banquet at the Green High School gymnasium.
GRADS: Elizabeth "Libby" Goetz and Dylan Holland graduate from St. Joseph High School on Friday, May 29. She is the daughter of Jim and Marilyn Goetz and plans to attend the University of Dayton, majoring in exercise physiology/pre-med this fall. Dylan, son of J.T. and Pam Holland, has enrolled at University of Kentucky to major in biology.
HUNTINGTON - The hills of Ritter Park Amphitheater are again filled with the sound of music as Huntington Area Regional Theatre, or HART in the Park, has moved rehearsals to the hillside amphitheater.
Movies & More reviewer John Gillispie shares his thoughts on the loss of the great musician B.B. King.
HUNTINGTON - The cold weather that plagued the Tri-State area in late February and early March may have been a headache for some local businesses, but one Huntington landmark took a cosmetic blow as well. Since 1959 the iconic giant root beer mug atop Frostop Drive-In has greeted motorists entering Huntington along Hal Greer, but on Feb. 19, temperatures dropped so low that paint actually fell from the mug and shattered. Restoration will start on the mug this week to get it looking like its old frosty self once again.