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August 2012

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Simply the Best 2012

Simply the Best 2012

From photography to fine dining; from dentists to day spas - our readers weigh in with their favorite businesses here in South Central PA. Here are the full results of our 15th annual Simply the Best Readers' Poll.

Lebanon Artist

Lebanon Artist

Secluded within four acres of woodland is the log cabin of Barry Leader. A stone’s throw away is Leader’s studio which houses the tools the 65-year-old man needs to produce what he terms “contemporary folk art.”

Midlife, Mood Swings and Moodrings

Midlife, Mood Swings and Moodrings

A humorous glance at the joys of aging not-so-gracefully and the unavoidable journey through mid-life.

Lots of Drama the Fun Way

Lots of Drama the Fun Way

Mark Sullivan,Artistic Director of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire at the Mount Hope Estate & Winery, shares some thoughts.

Funck's Offers Family Friendly Faves

Funck's Offers Family Friendly Faves

Fried Chicken is the quintessential American comfort food, and since 1969, Funck's Family Restaurant in Palmyra has been serving theirs to patrons craving moist, tender meat enveloped by a crispy batter.

Wild  About Fresh

Wild About Fresh

How Paul Francis' Wild Tomato is changing the local Pizzeria scene.

Celebrate the Apollo Awards

Celebrate the Apollo Awards

There are no pricey designer gowns, no gift bags and no personal assistants guiding their celebrity clients around the red carpet. But The Hershey Theatre Apollo Awards comes close to, and at times exceeds, the excitement, glitz and glamour of New York’s Tony’s or LA’s Oscar’s.

Home Away From Home

Home Away From Home

Nick Laus wants everyone to leave his newest downtown Harrisburg eatery saying they’ve found their new favorite restaurant in central Pa. Called Home 231, this contemporary restaurant brings a focus to the trend of using locally sourced foods and seasonal ingredients to flavor its menu offerings.

Keeping The Wine Flowing

Keeping The Wine Flowing

From its beginning to today, the wine industry has become entwined with Pennsylvania tourism and entertainment and along the way, has learned to make some darn good wines.

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