HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A new magazine exploring life in the Tri-State will be available starting Thursday, June 1.
River Cities Magazine is a full-color magazine being published by HD Media Co. that includes in-depth stories about the people, places and events that make the cities in the Tri-State area great, according to its editor, Nicole Fields.
“I’m thrilled to be working with a team of writers, photographers, designers and advertising sales staff to bring the best of the local river cities to readers as we launch this first issue,” said Fields, who is also the night city editor at The Herald-Dispatch.
“Our goal is simple – we want to showcase the wonderful people, places and events found within this region,” Fields said of the publication.
The bimonthly magazine starts with a June/July issue that features stories and photographs about summer fairs and festivals in the region, family road trips, summertime meals, entertaining outdoors and more, including a Q&A with Audy Perry Jr., executive director of the Heritage Farm Foundation, which runs the Heritage Farm Museum and Village in Huntington.
Future issues will be for August/September, October/November, December/January, February/March and April/May each year, according to Fields.
Single-copy purchase of the magazine is $4.95. Until the end of July, people can subscribe to get a year’s worth of the magazine for $11.85. To subscribe to River Cities Magazine, call 304-526-4468.
Places where single copies can be purchased include:
Cabell-Huntington Convention and Visitors Bureau, 210 11th St., Huntington
Cabell Huntington Hospital Gift Shop, 1340 Hal Greer Blvd., Huntington
Ceredo FoodFair, 1 Ceredo Plaza, Ceredo
Culloden FoodFair, 2198 U.S. 60, Culloden
Empire Books, Pullman Square, Huntington
Huntington FoodFair, 115 6th Ave., Huntington
Tower FoodFair, 6350 U.S. 60 East, Barboursville
Bartram & Son 2407 S. 6th St., Ironton
Coal Grove FoodFair, 702 Marion Pike, Coal Grove
Proctorville FoodFair, 7604 State Route 7, Proctorville
South Point FoodFair, 409 Solida Road, South Point
King’s Daughters Medical Center Gift Shop, 2201 Lexington Ave., Ashland
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