The group, which is having the world premiere of “Can You Forgive Her?” a new piece by Matthew Earnest based on the Anthony Trollope novel, will be having a unique fundraiser on Wednesday.
Sing along to some of the biggest folk and R&B hits of all time, hear iconic anthems from guitar legends, tap your toes to progressive bluegrass, be moved by electrifying dance and so much more in the most excitingly diverse Clay Center Presents performance season yet.
MEMPHIS, Tenn — The American Queen Steamboat Company, owner of the largest and most opulent riverboat in the world, is proud to announce its exciting new Bourbon & Bluegrass itineraries beginning in Aug. 2014 between St. Louis, Mo. and Cincinnati, Ohio.
HUNTINGTON — Great new seats have opened up for the Justin Moore concert at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena on Feb. 8, 2014. These new seats are the first sections in front of stage: just off stage left and stage right. They are available for purchase immediately. There are a limited amount of these seats available.
CHARLESTON -- Joy to the World with Bob Thompson takes to the road this year with three live performances in Charleston (Thursday, Dec. 12), Elkins (Friday, Dec. 13) and Morgantown (Saturday, Dec. 14). This year's special guest is Heather Masse.
BAND: A performance featuring The Rarely Herd Band begins at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, at Mountaineer Opry House, Milton. Doors and concessions open at 5 p.m. Tickets are $15; $12 seniors; and $5 seniors/children. Call 304-743-5749.
When it comes to a great and educational gift, few things beat a good, local book.
ASHLAND -- Boyd County Public Library is hosting wreath-making classes for adults at the Main and Kyova branches this month.
The Herald-Dispatch is making a list of organizations planning holiday-related charity fundraisers. Send your holiday charity information to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 304-526-2857. Here are some of the charities from the Tri-State that people can assist:
KENOVA -- Now delving into a third career, lifelong learner Ron LeMaster, D.O., has come to a realization.