Thursday Jul 27 - Jul 28 @ 9:00 PM
T.J. King's Open Mic
The Boulevard Tavern – No cover, 3-song sets, we provide a house acoustic guitar, a drum set, congas and a djembe. Come sign up!
 
    Thursday Jul 27 - Jul 28 @ 10:00 PM
Room Full of Strangers, Frank Secich, Shenanagram, Bad Idols
The Empty Glass
 
TODAY
    Friday Jul 28 @ 6:30 PM
Footmad presents Nora Jane Struthers + Gypsy Rhythm
FOOTMAD – Come enjoy the 14th season of the Moses Automotive Group Live on the Levee concert series with FOOTMAD in the beautiful City of Charleston, WV! Friday, July 28 will be FOOTMAD night on the Levee so get ready for great traditons infused music from GypsyRhythm to open and Nora Jane Struthers & the Party Line to headline. Nora Jane and the Party Line are winners of WV's own Appalachian String Band Music Festival's Neo-Traditional band award in 2009 among many other recognitions and awards. All that said, they are just plain fun to see! They've gone many places and learned many new tunes since then described by Ann Powers of NPR Music as: “Nora Jane Struthers is guided by fire. Struthers has [come] up with some of the most quietly powerful narratives within the new wave of Americana artists. … The sound of the Party Line has progressed to include propulsive electric guitar and drums, and Struthers’ sweet voice is showing an edge, the better to meet the challenge.”
 
TODAY
    Friday Jul 28 @ 6:30 PM
FOOTMAD NIGHT at Live on the Levee
FOOTMAD – Come enjoy the 14th season of the Moses Automotive Group Live on the Levee concert series with FOOTMAD in the beautiful City of Charleston, WV! Friday, July 28 will be FOOTMAD night on the Levee so get ready for great traditons infused music from GypsyRhythm to open and Nora Jane Struthers & the Party Line to headline. Nora Jane and the Party Line are winners of WV's own Appalachian String Band Music Festival's Neo-Traditional band award in 2009 among many other recognitions and awards. All that said, they are just plain fun to see! They've gone many places and learned many new tunes since then described by Ann Powers of NPR Music as: “Nora Jane Struthers is guided by fire. Struthers has [come] up with some of the most quietly powerful narratives within the new wave of Americana artists. … The sound of the Party Line has progressed to include propulsive electric guitar and drums, and Struthers’ sweet voice is showing an edge, the better to meet the challenge.”
 
TODAY
    Friday Jul 28 - Aug 6 @ 8:00 PM
CLOG presents: "Anything Goes"
Charleston Light Opera Guild Inc – The S. S. American is sailing between New York and England with a comically colorful assemblage of passengers: Reno Sweeney, a popular nightclub singer and former evangelist, her pal Billy Crocker, a lovelorn Wall Street broker who has come aboard to try to win the favor of his beloved Hope Harcourt, who is engaged to another passenger, Sir Evelyn Oakleigh, and a second-rate conman named Moonface Martin, aka "Public Enemy #13." Song, dance and farcical antics ensue as Reno and Moonface try to help Billy with the love of his life. Terrific Cole Porter songs include "It's De-Lovely", "Friendship", "I Get a Kick Out of You", "All Through the Night", "Anything Goes", "You're The Top", "Blow, Gabriel, Blow", "Let's Misbehave" and "Easy to Love." Charleston Light Opera Guild will present Anything Goes on the following dates/times: Friday, July 28 and August 4 - 8:00 p.m. Saturday, July 29 and August 5 - 8:00 p.m. Sunday, July 30 and August 6 - 3:00 p.m. All productions will be held at the Charleston Light Opera Guild Theatre 411 Tennessee Avenue, Charleston. The production is sponsored by the Alex and Betty Schoenbaum Foundation. We will be performing the Beaumont (1987) version of the show. Anything Goes has been previously produced by the Guild in 1988 and 2005.
 
TODAY
    Friday Jul 28 - Jul 29 @ 9:00 PM
After the Levee, LIVE with GyspyRhythm and The Charleston Rogues
The Boulevard Tavern – After Live on the Levee July 28, walk cross the street and come to The Boulevard Tavern where we will keep the party going all night long! GypsyRhythm will be over as soon as the music stops on the Levee, with The Charleston Rogues to play the night out! Hope to see you there!
 
TOMORROW
    Saturday Jul 29 @ 12:00 PM
Our Lives On The Line - Charleston, WV
WV FREE – Millions of Americans have spoken about what health care repeal would mean for their families. Now is not the time to let up. That’s why WV Citizen Action Group, Rise Up WV, and numerous partner organizations are teaming up with http://OurLivesOnTheLine.org to mobilize thousands-- all coming together across the country on July 29 to show we’ll never stop fighting for our lives! Will you protect the lives of West Virginians and one of the most beneficial achievements of your father Arch Moore, who voted for our health and not against it? Or will you cater to Senator Mitch McConnell, billionaires looking for a tax handout, and drug and insurance companies who want to rake in more profit at our expense? Our small and rural hospitals need a hero. People with disabilities who are living independent lives because of Medicaid need a hero. Parents who count on Medicaid for their children’s care need a hero. All of us who are struggling to make ends meet and survive in tough times need a hero. We have to this say to Sen.Capito: our lives are on the line. The choice is yours. The answer should be simple: Stand with us, save our care.
 
TOMORROW
    Saturday Jul 29 @ 9:00 PM
FFN at Boulevard Tavern w/ Of The Dell
The Boulevard Tavern – Rock and roll show
 
TOMORROW
    Saturday Jul 29 - Jul 30 @ 10:00 PM
Funktafest Preparty at Empty Glass
The Empty Glass – The first preparty for Funktafest is being held at the world-famous The Empty Glass in Charleston, WV featuring many of the same artists that will be performing at the festival or afterparty on Saturday, September 30th. PREPARTY LINEUP: Dinosaur Burps charlie brown superstar DJ Tim Hoover with special guests: Cody Cody Jones and Ialive
 
UPCOMING
    Sunday Jul 30 - Jul 31 @ 10:00 PM
Post Mountain Stage Jam hosted by the Carpenter Ants
The Empty Glass
 
UPCOMING
    Sunday Jul 30 - Jul 31 @ 10:00 PM
Reggae Sundays with BigL
The Boulevard Tavern – Come down every Sunday and listen to BigL spin your favorite dance hall and reggae songs
 
UPCOMING
    Monday Jul 31 - Aug 3 @ 8:30 AM
WV South Convention Week/District Assembly
Elk River Church of the Nazarene – DISTRICT CONVENTION WEEK & DISTRICT ASSEMBLY—Convention week kicks off on July 31st in Summersville. The schedule is as follows: Mon., 7/31, NYI Convention at 8:30 a.m., & SDMI Rally at 7:30 p.m. Tues., 8/1, SDMI Convention at 8:30 a.m. & NMI Rally at 7:30 p.m. Wed., 8/2, NMI Convention at 8:30 a.m. & District Assembly at 7:30 p.m. 8/3 Thurs., District Assembly at 8:30 a.m. Make plans to join us!
 
UPCOMING
    Monday Jul 31 @ 8:00 PM
BPong Mondays
The Boulevard Tavern
 
UPCOMING
    Monday Jul 31 - Aug 1 @ 10:00 PM
Open Mic Night
The Empty Glass
 
UPCOMING
    Tuesday Aug 1 - Aug 2 @ 6:00 PM
UDS New Student Registration
Ursula's Dance Studio – Will be enrolling new students ages 3 and up for the 2017-2018 season. Classes include tap, jazz and ballet. Please be aware that spaces are limited and at a first come, first serve basis as some classes are already full. If classes are full, you will be put on a waiting list which will also be first come, first serve. Registration fee for new students is $25 and monthly fee discounts available for siblings. **Please note there will be no registrations via phone/messenger before August 1st as we are still registering returners. Hope everyone can come out and join us for another great year of dance!!! ????
 
UPCOMING
    Tuesday Aug 1 - Aug 4 @ 6:00 PM
Moving Towards an Actor's Awareness
Alban Arts and Conference Center – Actors are generative artists - they create from their own resources just as much as they collaborate with a director, a playwright, and their cast. In this 4-part workshop series, actors will be given an introduction to movement theatre training and performance, stretching and exploring their range of expression. Beginning with loose and energetic guidelines, developing tools for making new choices, interacting with unconventional text, and finally practicing our ability to craft our own stories in to moments to share, each night will build in awareness and usage of physical motion. Each class builds on the last, in hopes of crafting a deep, new understanding - they also stand alone in content and are accessible to anyone interested but short on time! The series will be led by Katherine Shaver, a Charleston area native and current BFA Acting student at Emerson College. Join us as we move, dance, and grow! Recomended for actors aged 15 years + (Ages 12-14 may participate with permission from Alban teaching faculty) Schedule of Workshops: All 4 Workshops are just $50 Or take one or two workshops that interest you most. Prices are listed below for solo classes. Movement Jam August 1 6-8:30pm $10 An energetic introduction to movement theatre. Distance: space & time August 2 6-9pm $20 Build awareness of relationship in your characters. Poetry in the body August 3 6-9pm $20 Explore the possibilities when fluid text meets motion. Playmaking August 4 6-10pm $20 A more literal approach to exploration and creating theatre. All sessions led by Katherine Shaver, Charleston area native and current BFA Acting student at Emerson College.
 
UPCOMING
    Tuesday Aug 1 @ 8:00 PM
First Tuesday of the Month with The Bob Thompson Unit
The Boulevard Tavern – First Tuesday of the month Bob Thompson Unit plays the Boulevard Tavern.
 
UPCOMING
    Tuesday Aug 1 - Aug 2 @ 10:00 PM
The Spurgie Hankins Band Every Tuesday
The Empty Glass
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Aug 2 - Aug 3 @ 9:30 PM
Pantry's Party
The Boulevard Tavern
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Aug 2 - Aug 3 @ 10:00 PM
White Fuzzy Bloodbath with Sox N. Sandels
The Empty Glass – "Dark, gritty and covered in fog. Another night of debauchery took place at Winters Tavern a few weeks back when the twisted sounds of White Fuzzy Bloodbath curled in the air and set the ambiance for a blurry evening of nostalgic filth. It also reminded me of why I missed being in a band. The trio consists of a heavy foundation of 70's influenced, thumpy bass riffs, screaming guitar sections and powerful, crashing drums which mixed exceptionally well with my heavy gut filled with craft beers. I liked them quite a bit. Being there, you felt the barrier between the past and present bend as the scene could have easily taken place thirty years prior. As I flopped around taking way too many pictures and drinking way too many beers I experienced a rush come over me as my heart synched up with the melodic thud. It felt familiar, it felt chaotic, it felt timeless. I was white and fuzzy and this would be my bloodbath. I met the band briefly after their set and shot the shit for a while before gnoming around the premises like I owned the fucking place. I had another beer or two, lost my jacket and wandered off towards the ocean before finding my crumbling homestead and falling asleep. The night was solid and I felt great. I went back and found my jacket the next day curled up on the stage somehow." -Nick Sirotch, Artist, Music Enthusiast, Keystone in the Bay Area community.