Cinema Arts Centre Celebrates 50 Years of Movies and Community

When the founders of Cinema Arts Centre first got Huntington residents together to watch independent films in 1973, moviegoers would bring their own chairs to a local dance studio and plop them on the floor facing a bedsheet hanging on the wall, where the films Read More …

2022: New Businesses Blossom in Huntington

New businesses have blossomed all around Huntington this year as the Covid-19 shutdown, mask mandates and other limitations gave way to a pent-up demand for new places to shop, dine or find needed services. Several of the new venues were eagerly anticipated over lengthy stretches Read More …

Customers Welcome New Huntington Bookstore

Booklovers welcomed the opening of a new independent bookstore Saturday, ignoring the wind and rain to come out to The Next Chapter. Founded by Mallory Braun, a former rare book manager at the now-closed Book Revue, the store opened with the help of a series Read More …

Independent Bookstore to Open Downtown

Huntington will welcome the return of an independent bookstore Saturday as The Next Chapter succeeds the Book Revue, which closed in 2021 after 44 years of operation. Mallory Braun, a former rare books manager at Book Revue, led the charge to keep the book scene Read More …

Book Revue’s Successor Plans to Open on New York Avenue

The successor to the Book Revue said Thursday that it has found its new, permanent home, at 204 New York Ave., Huntington. The Next Chapter’s Mallory Braun said a lot of work remains to be done before the store can open, and until then, it Read More …

Book Store Plan’s Supporters Turn Out for Fun

Supporters of an effort to open a new bookstore in downtown Huntington gathered Thursday night to listen to¬† music and take their shot at winning a raffle for a variety of gifts. The band Drop the 4 played at Industry Lounge & Gallery, and Mallory Read More …

Fundraiser Boosts Successor to Book Revue

The owner of a book store planned for downtown Huntington as a successor to the Book Revue has launched a fundraising campaign to make her dream come true. Mallory Braun, 28, a former manager at the Book Revue, wants to launch The Next Chapter, with Read More …