An in-depth look as some of the unique people who
have touched Huntington in some way. Past profiles have included amateur
golf great William C. Campbell, entrepreneur Marshall Reynolds, Broadway
sensation Mark McVey, academy award winning actor Paul Newman, the "Father
of Black History:" Carter G. Woodson, humanitarian Stella Fuller, Shoney's
founder Alex Schoenbaum, political pioneer Matthew Reese, television celebrity
Peak inside some of the most beautiful and unique
homes in all of Huntington. Whether it's a contemporary mansion fully equipped
with its own racquetball court and indoor/outdoor pool or a Newport-style
estate overlooking the Ohio River, our homes section is a favorite with
A look back at some of the most interesting times
in Huntington's 125 year history. Past features have included JFK in Huntington,
the Jesse James Gang robbery, Camden Park, the 1937 flood, Huntington High
School, WSAZ Television, Fesenmier's Brewery, Central City, Guyandotte,
Collis P. Huntington....
Stories from Huntington's greatest asset Marshall
University. Past features have included the MU Plane Crash, the greatest
basketball players in MU history, the School of Medicine, the School of
Journalism, MU's new football stadium, Dr. Simon Perry, MU's new library....
Huntington Quarterly invites you to sample some
of the area's diverse restaurants. Past features have included Rocco's Ristorante,
Chili Willi's Mexican Cantina, Rebels & Redcoats Tavern, Oliver's, Jim's
and Hibachi Japanese Steak House.
Huntington Quarterly takes you away to many of
the region's best travel destinations including The Greenbrier, Snowshoe
Resort, Blackwater Falls, Keeneland, whitewater rafting, bed & breakfasts
inns, and other great getaways.
Profiles of the many cultural organizations that
comprise the community including the Huntington Museum of Art, Marshall
Artist Series, Huntington Chamber Orchestra, Musical Arts Guild and more.
The HQ Interview
In-depth interviews with leaders making an impact
on the future of Huntington. Past subjects have included civic leader A.
Michael Perry, entrepreneur Marshall Reynolds, Ashland Oil C.E.O. John R.
Hall, MU President J. Wade Gilley and Mayor Jean Dean.
Success stories from the Huntington region including
Steel of West Virginia, BASF, Pilgrim Glass, Blenko Glass, Heiner's Bakery,
Stone & Thomas and more.
Clever cartoons give us a chance to laugh at ourselves
and life in Huntington.
Correspondence from our readers in Huntington and
around the country.
A quarterly listing of all the events in the Tri-State
region at the Huntington Museum of Art, Marshall University, the Keith-Albee
Theatre, Ritter Park, the Huntington Civic Arena, the Paramount Arts Center
and other venues where culture and entertainment can be found.