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April 2016

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The Life in the Night of Lancaster

The Life in the Night of Lancaster

For a few laughs with some good company over a couple of tasty drinks, the downtown area of Lancaster shine like beacons of nightlife fun, and best of all, most hot spots of merry-making are within walking distance.

The Comfort of Confidence, Part 1

The Comfort of Confidence, Part 1

Harrisburg Magazine caught up with six capital city men and asked them to define and show off their own diverse personal styles in the quest to find out if, rather than apparel, style oft proclaims the man.

Susquehanna Service Dogs

Susquehanna Service Dogs

At Susquehanna Service Dogs (SSD), now a part of Keystone Human Services’ international spectrum of services, director Pam Foreman regularly sees how essential the dogs her organization breeds, trains and places can be.

The Life in the Night of Harrisburg

The Life in the Night of Harrisburg

For a few laughs with some good company over a couple of tasty drinks, the downtown and midtown areas of Harrisburg shine like beacons of nightlife fun, and best of all, most hot spots of merry-making are within walking distance.

A Healthy Heart

A Healthy Heart

A healthy heart can give you the time you need to fix the other problems. So let’s put that at the top of the list.

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This Old Man: All in Pieces

This Old Man: All in Pieces

by Roger Angell (Doubleday, $26.95, 320 pages)

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Be Well

Be Well

Be Well

The brain is an organ, and like the other organs in the body, it is constantly changing, adapting and repairing itself in response to life’s activities, including exercise. It also changes as we age, just like the rest of the body.

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Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

In a national political season that has seen, once again, diverse and outlandish rhetoric and behavior among the contenders, a bronze statue on the Capitol grounds pays tribute to a man whose political accomplishments make the current troupe of actors appear as rank amateurs. Overseeing the intersection of Third and Walnut streets in Harrisburg and looking fondly at the Wells Fargo Bank – with a sidelong glance at Strawberry Square – Boies Penrose’s memorial sculpture with the simple inscription “Boies Penrose United States Senator 1897-1921” greets those ascending the steps to Capitol Park and has been doing so for 86 years.

Taste

Taste

At the corner of N. 6th and Reily streets in Harrisburg, the aptly named Café 1500 American Bistro serves as both the foundation for the towering 1500 Condominium building and an anchor point of the flourishing Midtown dining and nightlife scene.

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Doing Good

Doing Good

Doing Good

Our region is one with a large number of philanthropic organizations, some founded out of pain, others founded by pure passion. Bi-monthly, Harrisburg Magazine will highlight these organizations for what they are: lights shining in a sometimes dark world. In doing so, we hope to inspire our community to give of themselves to improve the lives of people around them.

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A Concert Celebrating Janet

A Concert Celebrating Janet

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Culture

Fun and Culture in the Mid-State
Spencer Charnas, Lead Singer of Ice Nine Kills

Spencer Charnas, Lead Singer of Ice Nine Kills

With the recent release of their album “Every Trick in the Book,” Ice Nine Kills celebrates the influence of the darkest parts of the human psyche. This album pays tribute to the literature of the horror genre, to the reality of life and the issues we face on a daily basis. Allowing a younger generation to witness the struggles of addiction, oppression and all around alienation. As a result I spoke with Spencer Charnas the lead vocalist of Ice Nine Kills. Spencer gives a look into the new album and their upcoming performance at Launch Music Conference in Lancaster Pa.

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City Beat

Pennsylvania State Capitol

Pennsylvania State Capitol

The Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg is more than just a governmental building where the Pennsylvania Senate and House of Representatives convene: it is an architectural masterpiece. When the current Capitol on State Street was opened in 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt deemed it “the handsomest building [he] ever saw.”

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