Author: Kyle Kirby

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First substance abuse recovery house for women opens in Harrisonburg

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The northward march: entrepreneurs expanding Harrisonburg’s downtown scene

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The Hub. Co-working in downtown Harrisonburg.

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

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

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.

Ashes to ashes: Hburg trees take a hit for 2nd year in a row

In the last two years, Harrisonburg has cut down 350 ash trees in public areas because of the appetite of one voracious insect: the Emerald Ash Borer.

From a duck in a drain to the walls across Hburg — a mural artist’s journey

Since Andre Shank’s humble beginnings painting a duck a drain tunnel, he has gone on to create several more prominent murals across Harrisonburg and was among the first to embrace a trend of sprucing up walls and flat surfaces around town.

Local wig company makes it big

As a nascent business in 2017, IN2GR8ION and its founder Chad Walters got the kind of social-media fueled national exposure that entrepreneurs dream about.

Behind the screams in the Fear Forest

Shrieks filled the air as night finally fell on Fear Forest, a local haunted attraction near Cross Keys. As the last of the ghouls filed in under the enormous skull that serves as the Forest entrance, a line of customers began to form, eager for the all-in-good-fun terror that awaited them.

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