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Issue 96 | Winter 2017
  • Fashion Forward
  • Huntington's Top 10 Kitchens
  • HQ&A: Lynne Fruth
  • Make No Little Plans
  • In the Spotlight: Recovery is Possible
  • Nothing Short of a Miracle
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Issue 95 | Fall 2016
  • The Story of Red Dawson
  • We Are Marshall 10th Anniversary
  • The Rest is History
  • HQ&A: McG
  • In the Spotlight
  • O Brothers, Where Art Thou?
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Issue 94 | Summer 2016
  • Chase Litton
  • Merrick Creek Manor
  • In The Spotlight
  • Adam Johnson
  • Phoebe Randolph
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Issue 93 | Spring 2016
  • Editor's Letter
  • Date with Destiny
  • White House Redo
  • HQ&A: Julia Keller
  • A Huntington Phenomenon
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Issue 92 | Winter 2016
  • Managing Editor's Letter
  • Laura Darby
  • HQ&A: Hershel "Woody" Williams
  • MacKenzie Dow
  • Backyard Is Back
  • Living Out Their Faith Part 1
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Issue 91 | FALL 2015
  • Editor's Letter
  • Fall Fashion
  • Mr. Smith Goes to Silicon Valley
  • Q&A: Dan D'Antoni
  • Prime Time
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Issue 90 | Summer 2015
  • Editors Letter
  • The Rockstar
  • HQ&A Evan Jenkins
  • Ray Home
  • First State Bank
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Issue 89 | Spring 2015
  • Editors Letter
  • Spring Trends
  • Famous Folks
  • HQ&A Steve Roberts
  • Stephen Kopp
  • West Virginia Building
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 88 | Winter 2015
  • A New Huntington
  • Right Person, Right Time.
  • All in the Family
  • The Great Transformation
  • Local Investment
  • The 8 Days of Christmas
  • Modern Manor
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Issue 87 | Fall 2014
  • Editors Letter
  • My 25 Favorite Wines
  • Ready. Set. Trot.
  • HQ Turns 25
  • 25 Things We Miss Most
  • 25 Best Sports Memories
  • 25 Greatest things to happen in Huntington in the last 25 years
  • Living on the River's Edge
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Issue 86 | Summer 2014
  • Editors Letter
  • Museums and More
  • Downtown Living Part 2
  • Back on Track
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 85 | Spring 2014
  • Editors Letter
  • Local Wine Picks
  • Local Pizza Places
  • Downtown Living Part 1
  • Weekend Getaways Part 1
  • Lasting Legacy
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Issue 84 | Winter 2014
  • Recipe
  • Suited for Business
  • HQ&A Bos Johnson
  • Top 10 Desserts
  • Hotels of Yesteryear
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 83 | Autumn 2013
  • My Friend Mr. Campbell: 1923-2013
  • House Calls
  • Get Fit
  • Patrick Patterson
  • Le Bistro
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 82 | Summer 2013
  • Readers' Letters
  • Yosemite Yearning
  • Create Huntington
  • Rakeem Cato
  • Peter Marshall
  • 21 at the Frederick
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Issue 81 | Spring 2013
  • Best of Huntington
  • Jules Rivlin
  • Danny Pelfrey
  • MadMen Comes to Huntington
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Issue 80 | Winter 2013
  • From the Editor
  • Letters
  • A Second Chance
  • A. Michael Perry
  • Calm Before the Storm
  • Undaunted Courage (Part 2)
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 79 | Autumn 2013
  • From the Editor
  • Larger Than Life
  • Vinny Curry Jr.
  • If These Walls Could Talk
  • Going Against The Grain
  • The Pioneer
  • Trouble on 20th Street
  • Undaunted Courage (Part 1)
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 78 | Summer 2012
  • From the Editor
  • Letters
  • The Tri-State's Best Ice Cream
  • A Wild Ride
  • Nature's Masterpieces
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 77 | Spring 2012
  • From the Editor
  • Bill Noe: Flying High
  • HQ&A: A Chat With Chuck Yeager
  • The Distinguished Dozen
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 76 | Winter 2011
  • Katie Lee
  • Floodwall History
  • From the Editor
  • A Dream Fulfilled
  • HQ&A
  • Top 20 Marshall Football Players
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Issue 75 | Autumn 2011
  • Paul Ambrose
  • Best Bets
  • From the Editor
  • Paula Vega
  • HQ&A
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 74 | Summer 2011
  • From the Editor
  • Museum Ball
  • Spanish Splendor
  • Top Dogs
  • HQ&A
  • Wine
  • Former Eateries
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Issue 73 | Spring 2011
  • From the Editor
  • Clint McElroy
  • Famous Former Eateries
  • Green Home
  • HQ&A
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 72 | Winter 2010
  • From the Editor
  • Jim McClelland
  • Downtown Revitalization: Part Two
  • 50 Things We Love About Huntington
  • Christmas Tables
  • HQ&A
  • Last Laugh
  • Letters
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Issue 71 | Autumn 2010
  • From the Editor
  • Doc Holliday
  • Downtown Revitalization
  • Relocating to the Heart of Downtown
  • The Pottery Place
  • Third Avenue Comes Alive
  • HQ&A
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 70 | Summer 2010
  • From the Editor
  • Bill Campbell: A Life in Balance
  • Conchata Ferrell
  • Huntington Prime
  • My 15 Minutes of Athletic Superstardom
  • A Perfect Getaway
  • HQ&A
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Issue 69 | Winter 2010
  • From the Editor
  • H.O.T.
  • The Comfort Table
  • A Revolution Has Begun
  • Coach Reynolds?
  • Dr. Tom Scott
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Issue 68 | Autumn 2009
  • From the Editor
  • HQ&A with Tim Irr
  • Create Huntington
  • Beware of the Naked Chef
  • Not So Little Victories
  • Long Time Subscribers Share Their Thoughts
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Issue 67 | Spring 2009
  • From the Editor
  • HQ&A with Chad Pennington
  • Huntington's Health Crisis: Part One
  • Mayor Kim Wolfe
  • The Heart Behind Hospice
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Issue 66 | Summer 2008
  • From the Editor
  • HQ Turns 20
  • American Icon
  • Urban Charm
  • Reflections
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Issue 65 | Spring 2008
  • From the Editor
  • Field of Dreams
  • The Charm of Ceredo-Kenova
  • Michael W. Smith Recalls Growing Up in Kenova
  • Getting Away Made Easier Than Before
  • Welcome to the Home of the Oliashirazis
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Issue 64 | Winter 2008
  • The One & Only Judge Dan O'Hanlon
  • Local Ad Agency Packs a Big Bite
  • A Breath of Fresh Air at City Hall
  • Top 20 Architectural Structures Part II
  • Escape to Glorious Glade Springs
  • A Contemporary Camelot Home
  • Jewel City Seafood is an Ocean Treasure
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Issue 63 | Autumn 2007
  • Matt Lauer's Ties to Huntington
  • Christmas with the Abrahams
  • Top 20 Architectural Structures Part I
  • The Woman Behind Heritage Farm
  • Letter from the Editor
  • The Last Laugh
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Issue 62 | Summer 2007
  • Super Bowl Champ and Super Citizen
  • Downtown Living is Making a Comeback
  • Author of Anonymous Letter Revealed
  • St. Mary's Center for Education
  • The Top 10 Dishes in Our Community
  • The New and Improved Greenbrier
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 61 | Spring 2007
  • The Legendary Cam Henderson
  • Hall of Fame Legend Hal Greer
  • D'Antoni Finds Success in the Desert
  • Remembering the Days of Donovan
  • Huntington's Very Own Dream Team
  • A New Era in Marshall Basketball
  • A Hidden Treasure in the Hills
  • Tickle Your Funny Bone in Downtown
  • HQ's Journey Back From the Flames
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 60 | Winter 2007
  • What Happened That Night
  • The Story Behind the Story
  • Welcome to Huntington
  • Who's Who
  • Matthew McConaughey
  • Filming in Huntington
  • McG
  • Filming in Atlanta
  • Matthew Fox
  • Extra Extra
  • Star Struck
  • A Day to Remember
  • The Shot
  • Love Affair
  • The Big Night
  • Peace, The Lovers are Asleep
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Issue 59 | Autumn 2006
  • At Home With Jim and Verna Gibson
  • The Charm and Allure of Downtown
  • The Hospice House of Huntington
  • Talented Local Artists, Part II
  • Museum Features a Year of Women
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 58 | Summer 2006
  • The Charm and Allure of Downtown
  • The Top 10 Homes in Huntington
  • Talented Artists From Our Region
  • The Saads and Their American Dream
  • Food, Fun and Sun on the Ohio River
  • Little League: For the Love of the Game
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 57 | Winter 2006
  • Partners in Business and in Life
  • Huntington Quarterly's Dream Home II
  • Annual Film Fest Just Keeps Growing
  • Working for a Healthy Huntington
  • Local Authors Worth Reading III
  • HIMG Transforms into Medical Mall
  • Caring for our Community's Kids
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 56 | Summer 2005
  • Rocco Expands his Pasta Empire
  • Huntington Quarterly's Dream Home II
  • Heiner's Still Rolling in the Dough
  • Ceredo's Enchanting Pumpkin House
  • Local Authors Worth Reading II
  • Wine
  • Cuisine: Chili Willi's
  • Lost Huntington
  • Last Laugh
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Issue 55 | Spring 2005
  • A Homecoming for Mark Snyder
  • Huntington Quarterly's Dream Home
  • Victor's: Living the American Dream
  • Riding West Virginia's Wild Waters
  • Making Memories at Dreamland Pool
  • Local Authors Worth Reading
  • Cooking with Wine
  • The Marshall Hall of Fame Cafe
  • Ely Ensign: Manufacturer, Mayor
  • The Central Fire Station
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Issue 54 | Winter 2005
  • Remembering Huntington's Houvouras
  • More Than Just A Great Golf Course
  • Frolic and Flic at the Museum Ball
  • Time to Head to Higher Elevations
  • They YMCA: Heart of the Community
  • Serving up Suchi and Smiles at Hibachi
  • William H. Cabell: The County's Namesake
  • Biggs Armory: A Forgotten Landmark
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Issue 53 | Autumn 2004
  • Huntington's Magazine Turns 15
  • A Magical Home for the Holidays
  • The Photography of Willis Cook
  • Help For Our Four-Legged Friends
  • Hog Heaven in Downtown Huntington
  • Festival of Trees Ushers in the Season
  • Holiday Gift Guide
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Issue 52 | Summer 2004
  • Bob Pruett: A Winner Both on and off the Field
  • Huntington's Second Oldest Home
  • Miracle at the B'nai Shalom Temple
  • The Best State Park You'll Ever Visit
  • A Black Tie Benefit for St. Mary's
  • New World Pinot Noir Changes the Rules
  • JoeJoe's Barge and Grill Finally Brings Riverside Dining to Downtown Huntington
  • Ritter Park Rose Garden
  • Fred Prichard: Builder of Skyscrapers and Champion of the Underprivileged
  • Last Laugh - Please Say it Aint so Joe...
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Issue 51 | Spring 2004
  • Making a List and Checking it Twice
  • A Little Spanish Flair in Ritter Park
  • Heritage Farm: Stay at Your Leisure
  • Golf the Way it was Meant to be
  • Merlot: America's Favorite Red Wine
  • Central City Cafe: Where the Menu is as Eclectic as the Dining Atmosphere
  • Z.T. Vinson: A Prominent Civic Leader and the Region's Other Railroad Tycoon
  • Brief History of how Huntington Became Known as "The Dogwood City"
  • Last Laugh - Billy Joel and the Huntington connection
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Issue 50 | Winter 2004
  • Meet Interior Design Icon Connie Post
  • An Elegant Home for the Holidays
  • More Than A Basketball Tournament
  • White and Wonderful in West Virginia
  • Service with Style: Expresso Mojo
  • The Winter Blues?
  • Civic Leader Mark Bugher
  • Last Laugh - Christmas Wish List
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Issue 49 | Autumn 2003
  • Herd Greats Now Starring in the NFL
  • Fall Foliage in the Mountain State
  • Magic, Mummies, Monkeys and More
  • A Country Cottage with Uptown Style
  • Huntington's Final Resting Place
  • Cuisine - Jim's Spaghetti House
  • Sports - Ron Jirsa
  • John Henry Cammack
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Issue 48 | Summer 2003
  • Meet Wildlife Artist Chuck Ripper
  • A Retirement Community with Class
  • The Caves are Lovely, Dark and Deep
  • Huntington's Southside Bricks
  • Woody Williams Medal of Honor Untarnished
  • Cuisine - Savannah's Wine and Martini Bar
  • Memphis Tennessee Garrison
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Issue 47 | Spring 2003
  • Meet Acclaimed Actor Brad Dourif
  • Museum Brings Egypt to Huntington
  • Living the Dream at the Greenbrier
  • When Decorating is Child's Play
  • Cuisine - St. Zita Grille
  • A Train Ride Down Memory Lane
  • The Old Village Roaster
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Issue 46 | Winter 2003
  • Best of Huntington
  • Scrapbook Page - Barty Ferguson
  • Holiday Fashion
  • Capito Home
  • Icon - Col. Harvey Long
  • Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center & CHH
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Issue 45 | Summer 2002
  • MU Quarterback Byron Leftwich
  • Heritage Farm Museum
  • Seneca Rocks Travel Piece
  • Sugarwood Golf
  • HIT Center
  • 2002 Jr. League Garden Tour
  • Ian Patrick - Blackhawk Grille
  • Huntington's Haunted Hospital
  • Cabell County Library 100 years
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Issue 44 | Spring 2002
  • Huntington's 10 Most Fit
  • Troy Brown
  • 2002 Huntington Museum Ball
  • Pallottine Sisters & St. Mary's Hospital
  • Heritage Station recipe
  • Icon - Collis P. Huntington
  • Huntington Symphony turns 30
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Issue 43 | Winter 2002
  • Dr. Joseph Touma & his son Dr. Joe Touma
  • Wedding Guide
  • Wedding Story - Kate Jones & Mark Jordan
  • Kinetic Park
  • Decorator's Showcase - Journey's End
  • Hankins Renovations - Part IV: Downtown Barboursville
  • Jewel City Seafood - Ciopinno Soup
  • Profile - Art Weisberg
  • Huntington Icon - Walter Payne
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Issue 42 | Summer 2001
  • Five Reasons for the Regional Airport
  • Huntington Renaissance Center
  • Glade Springs Resort & Spa
  • Kay & Keith Earles Home
  • Hankins Renovation - Part III: Switzer Building
  • Nawab Indian Restaurant - Fish Tikka
  • Huntington Works Committee - Viaducts
  • Pilates
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Issue 41 | Winter 2001
  • Governor Bob Wise
  • Muth Home
  • Pete Dye Golf Club
  • Huntington's Downtown Super Block
  • Hankins Renovations - Part II: A.G. Edwards Building
  • Calamity Cafe's Jalapeno Angel Hair Pasta
  • Mayor David Felinton
  • Drive-in Theaters
  • Huntington Icon - Dr. Henry Hatfield
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Issue 40 | Autumn 2000
  • Genesis CEO Tom Jones
  • 10 Best Dressed Women
  • Davis Home
  • Hankins Renovation - Part I: Guaranty Bank Building
  • Chef Robert Wong's (Glade Springs) Apple Grilled Pork
  • Huntington Icon - Rufus Switzer
  • Huntington Internal Medicine Group
  • Kellogg Elementary - Digital Divide
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Issue 39 | Summer 2000
  • Joan C. Edwards
  • 10 Best Dressed Men
  • Ratcliff Home
  • Antiquing in Huntington
  • Savannah's Grilled Vegetable Napoleon
  • Willy Merrick
  • Sports Medicine Hall of Fame
  • Profile - Museum Director Maggie Skove
  • Huntington Junior League
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Issue 38 | Spring 2000
  • Dan Angel
  • Amazon.com
  • Cheat Mt. Club
  • Pets & Vets
  • Ron Smith's Crusted Tuna
  • Pat Angel profile
  • Radio & Technology Museum
  • Joslin Diabetes Center
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Issue 37 | Winter 2000
  • Randy Moss
  • HQ10 Anniversary article
  • Jack Jenkins home
  • Ashes to Glory
  • Rocco's Braciole
  • Warfield House Bed & Breakfast
  • Huntington Business and Technology Park
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Issue 36 | Autumn 1999
  • Huntington Ghost Stories
  • Chad Pennington
  • Huddleston Bolen
  • Old Drive-In Restaurants
  • The City of Huntington Foundation
  • Snowshoe Mountain Resort
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Issue 35 | Spring 1999
  • Dagmar profile
  • The Greenbrier Resort
  • Haynes home
  • Strictly Business
  • St. Joe's 75th Anniversary
  • Central City Market
  • Vickie Shaffer profile
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Issue 34 | Winter 1999
  • Health Care in Huntington
  • Miss USA Pageant
  • Medical Profiles
  • The Homestead Resort
  • Dr. Joseph Touma profile
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Issue 33 | Autumn 1998
  • Marshall Reynolds Expanding Empire
  • Crimes of the Century Part III
  • The new Drinko Library
  • Blizzard Coach Ray Edwards
  • Gerald McDonald interview
  • Burford Home
  • Dr. Moffat
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Issue 32 | Summer 1998
  • New MU Med Center
  • Crimes of the Century Part II
  • Marshall Football fever
  • Elephant Walk restaurant
  • Ultimate Golf Tour
  • Mr. Edward Adams profile
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Issue 31 | Spring 1998
  • 1998 City Guide
  • Paul Chellgren interview
  • El Haijj Salon & Spa
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Issue 30 | Winter 1998
  • General Chuck Yeager profile
  • Heritage Museum - A. Michael Perry farm
  • Crimes of the Century Part I
  • Huntington Photo Essay
  • Judge Dan O'Hanlon profile
  • Benjy's Harley-Davidson
  • Sharkey's Mo-Bay Cafe
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Issue 29 | Autumn 1997
  • Huntington's Titanic Survivor
  • Briarcliff Home
  • Herd and MAC Football
  • Adele Thornton Summerfeldt profile
  • Blizzard Hockey's Fifth Season
  • Four Seasons at Snowshoe
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Issue 28 | Spring 1997
  • Huntington's Fire Dept.-100 years
  • Cecil Underwood interview
  • Clint McElroy profile
  • The Hotel Frederick
  • Monty's Pizza
  • W. Page Pitt profile
  • Travel Blennerhassett Island
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Issue 27 | Winter 1997
  • Fifty People to Watch
  • Tri-State Ice Arena
  • Huntington Memorial Arch
  • Hutchinson Home in Stamford Park
  • Robert C. Byrd Institute
  • Savannah's Restaurant
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Issue 26 | Autumn 1996
  • Home for the Holidays
  • Old C&O Passenger Station
  • Gaston Caperton interview
  • Museum Conservatory
  • Huntington High School Part II
  • Coach Greg White profile
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Issue 25 | Summer 1996
  • 125 Great Things About Huntington
  • Old Movie Houses
  • BrewBakers Restaurant
  • Huntington's 125 year history
  • Lavery Home
  • Huntington High School Part I
  • Bob Pruett profile
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Issue 24 | Spring 1996
  • Huntington's Mysterious Tunnels
  • Old Carnegie Library
  • Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse
  • Dr. Tom Conaty profile
  • Five Unique Eateries
  • Jean Dean interview
  • Paramount Arts Center
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Issue 23 | Winter 1996
  • Postcards from Huntington's past
  • Musical Arts Guild Children's Theater
  • Fiery Home in Stamford Park
  • Remembering Steamboats on the Ohio River
  • New Marshall University Library
  • New YMCA Facility
  • Renaissance Book Store
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Issue 22 | Summer 1995
  • Life of Soupy Sales
  • Hooser Home near Inwood Drive
  • Kentucky Horse Racing
  • The 18 Greatest Golf Holes in the area
  • Dr. Simon Perry profile
  • Collis P. Huntington statue
  • Huntington Chamber Orchestra's 25th Anniversary
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Issue 21 | Spring 1995
  • City of Churches
  • Celebrity Lane by Ernie Salvatore
  • The Hood Home
  • Warship "Huntington"
  • Jerry Zitter profile
  • J.Wade Gilley interview
  • Heritage Station
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Issue 20 | Winter 1995
  • Rebirth of Downtown Huntington
  • Musical Arts Guild's 30th Year
  • Coach Billy Donovan
  • Matt Reese profile
  • The Ebony Classic
  • History of Guyandotte
  • WSAZ's Jule Huffman retires
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Issue 19 | Autumn 1994
  • When Huntington Made a Movie: Teen-Age Strangler
  • Sakhai Home on Ohio River
  • Fifth Anniversary Retrospective
  • John R. Hall Interview
  • Marshall Great Jackie Hunt
  • George H. Wright's
  • David Fattaleh Photo Reflections
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Issue 18 | Summer 1994
  • Alex Schoenbaum profile
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories Part V: Hurryin' Hal Greer
  • A Hanging in Huntington 1892
  • Huntington's Mounted Horse Patrol
  • Schindler's List in Huntington
  • Marshall Artists Series
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Issue 17 | Spring 1994
  • The Future of Huntington
  • The HQ Interview: Marshall Reynolds & A. Michael Perry
  • Women Making A Difference
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories Part IV: The Fighters
  • Joe Williams profile
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Issue 16 | Autumn 1993
  • Joan C. Edwards profile
  • The St. Clair Home on McCoy Road
  • C.F. Reuschlein's Jewelers
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories Part III: Rising from the Ashes
  • The Story of Stella Fuller
  • Oglebay Park
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Issue 15 | Summer 1993
  • Carter G. Woodson profile
  • The Morabito Home at Stamford Park
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories Part II: Crafty Cam Henderson
  • Laredo's Restaurant
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Issue 14 | Spring 1993
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories Part I: Golfer Bill Campbell
  • The Conaty Home by Ritter Park
  • Central City's Centennial
  • MU's H.E.L.P. Center
  • Travel to Paris, France
  • Ann Speer Profile
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Issue 13 | Winter 1993
  • When Paul Newman Came to Town
  • The Zitter Home on McCoy Road
  • The Keith-Albee Revisited
  • Travel to London, England
  • Fesenmeier's Brewery
  • MU's Fine Arts Center gala opening
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Issue 12 | Summer 1992
  • Poised for Greatness: Jim Donnan's #1 Ranked Team Prepares for a Historic Season
  • Yellowwood: Huntington's log cabin home
  • WOWK Television
  • Greenbottom
  • Stone & Thomas
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Issue 11 | Spring 1992
  • 100 Great Things About Huntington
  • WSAZ Television
  • C & P Telephone
  • Stewart's Original Hot Dogs
  • The Touma Collection
  • MU's new Fine Arts Center
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Issue 10 | Winter 1992
  • John D. Drinko profile
  • The Apgar Home at Guyan Oaks
  • Trolley Cars in Huntington
  • The Radisson Hotel
  • The Chilton House
  • Blackwater Falls
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Issue 09 | Autumn 1991
  • Mark McVey profile
  • The History of The Herald-Dispatch
  • Field of Dreams Part II: MU's new stadium
  • The River Tower
  • Habitat for Humanity
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Issue 08 | Summer 1991
  • The Story of Ritter Park
  • The Jones Home on High Drive
  • Field of Dreams Part I: MU's new stadium
  • Jim's Steak & Spaghetti House
  • The West Virginia Belle
  • Heiner's Bakery
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Issue 07 | Spring 1991
  • Memoirs from the Middle East
  • John Taft profile
  • CK's Donnie Robinson profile
  • Oliver's Restaurant
  • Huntington's YMCA
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Issue 06 | Winter 1991
  • The 1937 Flood
  • The MU President's Home
  • Huntington High School profile
  • MU's School of Journalism
  • Pilgrim Glass
  • Verna Gibson profile
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Issue 05 | Autumn 1990
  • The Story of Marshall T. Reynolds
  • The Keith-Albee Theatre
  • Rebels & Redcoats Tavern
  • The 20th Anniversary of the MU plane crash
  • West Virginia's Bed & Breakfast Inns
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Issue 04 | Summer 1990
  • The Future of West Virginia: Interviews with Sen. Robert Byrd, Sen. Jay Rockefeller and Rep. Nick J. Rahall
  • Ming's Restaurant
  • The Breece Home by Ritter Park
  • The Story of Camden Park
  • Jim Donnan Profile
  • Whitewater Rafting in West Virginia
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Issue 03 | Spring 1990
  • Ruth Cline profile
  • The Ritter Estate on McCoy Road
  • The Huntington Museum of Art
  • MU's School of Medicine
  • The Greenbrier
  • Chili Willi's Mexican Cantina
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Issue 02 | Winter 1990
  • The Future of Huntington's Riverfront
  • The Ibrahim Home on High Drive
  • William C. Campbell profile
  • Jesse James in Huntington
  • Rocco's Ristorante
  • The Dream Team: Ernie Salvatore picks MU's greatest basketball players
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Issue 01 | Autumn 1989
  • A. Michael Perry profile
  • The Morgan Home on Camelot Drive
  • John F. Kennedy in Huntington
  • The Fall and Rise of Marshall Football
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