CINCINNATI – PromoWest Productions announced today that three day tickets for Bunbury Music Festival have sold out. Single day tickets are still on sale for $69, changing to $79 at 10 a.m. Monday, May 4.
Cellist Ben Sollee, who is doing a short club tour through the Mid-South, will roll up to the V Club, 741 6th Ave., Huntington at 10 p.m. Thursday, April 30 to bring the folk and the funk.
CHARLESTON - Tickets are on sale now for the Charleston Light Opera Guild's production of the Stephen Sondheim musical, "Into the Woods."
HUNTINGTON - Cinema Under the Stars kicks off Friday, May 1 at Heritage Station with the rollicking 1959 black and white comedy starring Marilyn Monroe, and in hilarious drag, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon.
HUNTINGTON - The Huntington Museum of Art has announced its participation in the Greenbrier Classic 2015 Badges for Charity Program.
Every time there is a country music award show broadcast on TV, like the Academy of Country Music Awards program earlier this month, you hear the rumblings about the current state of the genre.
HUNTINGTON - Registration is now open for the ARTS Regional Summer Theater Camp.
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.
The Greek myth about powerful Amazonian women evolved over many years, and by the fifth century B.C., the historian Herodotus reported that the alluring, but frightening, females lived in a fortified city on the Black Sea and raised their girl children to be warriors equal to any challenge. More than 2,400 years later, an archaeological dig in the steppes of the southern Urals found evidence of unusually tall women (for the era) buried with swords and sporting battle wounds. Guess they weren't so mythical after all!