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VISUAL ARTS CENTER TAKING SHAPE: Work has begun on transforming a building that once housed a beloved department store in downtown Huntington into a facility that will allow art students to hone their skills and expose their talents to the community.
Marshall University officials say when the College of Fine Arts’ Visual Arts Center opens in 2014 in the former Stone & Thomas Building at 927 3rd Ave., it will provide a solid link between the university and the community. Read more about the renovations on today's front page.
SPRING BLOOMS AT G & G NURSERY: Despite the seemingly endless snow flurries of late, it won’t be long before spring finally arrives in Huntington, spraying it with bursts of pink and white. Dogwood season. Many people are aware that some dogwoods have pink blossoms, and some have white blossoms. But their knowledge ends there. This is where the farmers at G & G Nursery come in. Read more about the family-run nursery in our Sunday business spotlight.
PERSONNEL: Keep up with the latest hirings across the Tri-State with our weekly Personnel column.
BIZ IN BRIEF: Check out our weekly roundup of regional business wheelings and dealings.
TRI-STATE COMIC CONVENTION RETURNS: After a successful first show last year, area comic book fans are gearing up for the return of the Tri-State Comic Convention (TriCon). This year’s TriCon will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at Big Sandy Superstore Arena. Admission is $7 for adults while children ages 10 and under will get in free. Read more about the upcoming convention on our Sunday Life page.
CELEBRATIONS, UPCOMING EVENTS AND THE SUNDAY CROSSWORD: The Herald-DIspatch is still the place to turn to get the latest wedding and engagement announcements, birth announcements, upcoming community events, and — yes — the all-important Sunday crossword. Pick up a copy of The Herald-Dispatch every Sunday to enjoy these local tidbits.
MIX AND MATCH FOR A MODERN BEDROOM: What is old is new again. So many times this is true when it comes to trends and no more so than in the traditional matching bedroom suites. According to many of the trendsetters on the Internet we should all lean away from the matching bedroom furniture. The idea is to be more eclectic and personal when it comes our sleeping quarters. Get more tips for modernizing your bedroom in our Sunday Homes section.
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