Author: Kyle Kirby

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Kyle Kirby is a freelancer who loves interviewing people about what is important to them, and then producing thoughtful, engaging stories. He currently resides in Harrisonburg, VA, and can be contacted at [email protected]
You can see his work at:
http://www.kyle-kirby.wixsite.com/four

Gaming offers ‘new horizons’ to a socially distant landscape

With soaring sales during the first month of its U.S. release on March 20, “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” claimed one of the strongest launches of Nintendo’s entire game catalog, as technology media outlet VentureBeat reported.

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Downtown culinary district gets creative

Harrisonburg restaurants are finding creative ways to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic – supporting not only themselves, but their customers and community, too. Magpie & Friends drive-thru market is one new service cheering up a now-eerily quiet downtown.

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The Hub. Co-working in downtown Harrisonburg.

Local seniors navigate social distancing versus social isolation

Seniors at Bridgewater Retirement Community (BRC) haven’t let social distancing make them sluggish, thanks to a batch of iPads purchased by BRC about a year and a half ago. Through Wellzesta, a senior living engagement software, residents are able to interact with their fitness instructors from the comfort and safety of their own rooms.

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Tiller Strings: sales, rentals, repair, sheet music, accessories.

While visa issues derail Siberian orchestra, Forbes Center moves ahead with international acts

The Forbes Center for the Performing Arts was set to host an internationally-known orchestra earlier this month, but was forced to cancel because of complications with the orchestra’s entry into the United States.

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First substance abuse recovery house for women opens in Harrisonburg

January 1, 2020 marked the opening of Harrisonburg’s second Oxford House – the city’s first substance abuse recovery house specifically for women. In November 2018, Oxford House Summit was established for men in recovery. The new home, exclusively for women, is called Oxford House Trillium.

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The northward march: entrepreneurs expanding Harrisonburg’s downtown scene

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In anticipation of MLK Day, gathering expresses hope for racial healing

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Hburg’s food service workers provide nourishment to local arts scene

In the last decade, downtown Harrisonburg has nurtured a thriving and eclectic culinary scene. International flavors. Locally-sourced ingredients. Lots of jobs for cooks, chefs and wait staff. But behind the kitchen doors and amid the ranks of food workers, are contributors to another burgeoning part of Harrisonburg’s cultural identity — its vibrant art and music scene.

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