From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, the shops at the historic Heritage Station, located at 210 11th St. Huntington, will be bustling with goodwill and holiday spirit during an event called The 12 Ways of Giving.
Movies & More reviewer John Gillispie thinks “Angel’s Perch,” which features scenes filmed in Cass, W.Va., is an interesting film starring J.T. Arbogast, who also wrote the movie’s screenplay and produced the film with Kimberly Dilts.
This book, the third and final in the young adult series by Gennifer Choldenko, immediately grabs your attention with the title. Who could imagine an infamous mobster, like Al Capone, doing someone’s homework for them? I had to read it to find out more.
What was that old Elvis song, “I’ll have a Brew Christmas?” OK, just some wishful drinking there but if you like craft brew, the odds are increasingly in your favor.
The Lunar Stratagem and the Marshall Theater Alliance will present a stage adaptation of Anthony Trollope’s “Can You Forgive Her?” from Thursday, Dec. 12 through Saturday, Dec. 14 at the Francis-Booth Experimental Theater.
We’re literally sitting 12 days away from Christmas Eve, so there’s really no time to waste if you want to soak in the holiday spirit.
One of Huntington’s smallest bars just might have one of the best selections of craft and imported beers.
Under the starry night skies, there were in the same field a flock of musicians keeping watch over their instruments by night.
Have you ever heard about a cool new gadget or magic supplement that's going to put you on the fast track to fitness? You can already picture the sculpted bod you are going to show off and you are about to fall prey to a gimmick! It's time for your friendly wake-up call: Your fabulous body awaits, but you won't get to it by falling for gimmicks, it's going to take (gasp) work!
HUNTINGTON — Fresh off a performance to help raise toys for children, the ThunderTones will have their annual Christmas dinner show at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13.