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Alpha Tau Omega raises awareness for the homeless

Alpha Tau Omega raises awareness for the homeless

Riley Mahoney, reporter

August 31, 2015


Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Marshall University Fraternity, Alpha Tau Omega (ATO), is holding their annual “ATO Goes Homeless” event this week. The members of ATO hold this event annually to raise money for the Huntington City Mission. Members sleep in a shelter made of cardboard boxes donated by local business, every night...

Huntington Wing Fling tickets coming soon

Mackenzi Kyle, reporter

August 31, 2015


Filed under NEWS

Marshall University students will have the opportunity to purchase tickets for Huntington’s inaugural chicken wing festival from 10 until two this Wednesday, September 2. Big Sandy Superstore Arena, in partnership with Kindred Communications, will host Wing Fling on Saturday, October 17. Tickets...

Locals gather for Blues and Arts Festival

Locals gather for Blues and Arts Festival

Kalyn Bordman, Reporter

August 30, 2015


Filed under LIFE, Showcase

The end of summer brought the blues to Huntington. The sixth annual Diamond Teeth Mary Blues and Arts Festival held this past weekend welcomed people from across the region to support local artists and enjoy the sunshine and festivities at the Heritage Station. “I came to the festival today with...

FRESH CUISINE POPS-UP ON HUNTINGTON STREETS

FRESH CUISINE POPS-UP ON HUNTINGTON STREETS

Jocelyn Gibson, Executive Editor

June 17, 2015


Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Hard work means hearty eating—something new business owner Nicholas Taylor aims to accommodate with his pop-up restaurant and catering service Fair to Middlin’. “There’s definitely a desire for street food. There’s a need for street food,” Taylor. “What we’re doing with Fair to Midd...

Proving there’s “more to beer”

Proving there’s  “more to beer”

Karima Neghmouche, Reporter

April 14, 2015


Filed under LIFE

The Huntington Ale House, near Marshall University, is a locally owned business open late hours with beer, food and live music. Marshall student Elizabeth Sutfin has been a waitress and a bartender at the Ale House for almost 10 months, and she said she loves her job. “I love working at The Ale Ho...

Student group 5k impacts infant recovery center

Kasey Madden, Reporter

April 9, 2015


Filed under NEWS

Marshall University’s student group Medlife is helping local and international communities Saturday with a 5k race. Half of the proceeds from the event will benefit Lily’s Place in Huntington, a recovery center for infants who have been exposed to drugs through their mother’s drug use. The ...

BITTERSWEET COFFEEHOUSE BREWS UP TALENT AT OPEN MIC NIGHT

Hunter Morrison, Reporter

April 9, 2015


Filed under NEWS

A local Huntington coffee shop, Bittersweet Coffee House, has an open mic night every other Tuesday. The open mic nights are open to any singers, comedians and poets. Bittersweet employee Bridgette Kidd said she is proud to be a part of it the biweekly event. “We’ve had a really good turn out so ...

What would you bring to Huntington?

What would you bring to Huntington?

Karima Neghmouche, Reporter

April 5, 2015


Filed under LIFE, Showcase

When asked what they would like to see Huntington officials bring to the city, approximately 50 responses from students and Huntington residents varied in topic. While some ideas were fun and light-hearted, some issues needed a lot of consideration. There is one thing most can agree on – Huntington is ...

MOUNTAIN STAGE CELEBRATES MARDIS GRAS

MOUNTAIN STAGE CELEBRATES MARDIS GRAS

Kaitlyn Clay, Reporter

February 16, 2015


Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Mountain Stage with Larry Groce returned to Huntington Sunday for the live radio show at the Keith Albee Performing Arts Center. The live show featured songwriter and self-proclaimed gypsy, Caroline Rose, New Orleans pianist Allen Toussaint and jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli. Pizzarelli said it...

Popular podcasters to bring show home to Huntington

Kyle Gibson, Contributor

December 20, 2014


Filed under NEWS

Three native Huntingtonians are bringing their popular podcast to Huntington’s City Hall just days before Christmas. Justin, Travis and Griffin McElroy, who host the podcast “My Brother, My Brother and Me,” are scheduled to do a live recording of their annual holiday program “Home for the...