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At the MakeSpace

At the MakeSpace

I told Liz Laribee that I would visit the MakeSpace—the brand new uptown arts initiative she founded last summer—after I had the worst week of my life. The scheduling was an accident, but as soon as I arrived, I was grateful for whatever force got me there in that moment.

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Weddings In Style: PA Wedding Expo

Weddings In Style: PA Wedding Expo

February 10, 2013 at the Clubs at Colonial Ridge at Blue Ridge. Noon until 3:00 PM

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Access and Opportunity Career Fair

Access and Opportunity Career Fair

Monday January 21, 2013 at the Hilton Harrisburg. 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

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Latino Art Exhibition and Auction

Join us Saturday, January 19, 2013 for this Black-tie Live and Silent Art Auction.

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Casino For A Cure

Casino For A Cure

Join us to help find a cure and put an end to Leukemia/Lymphoma.

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Local Author Believes Everyone Has a Story

Local Author Believes Everyone Has a Story

I parked and made my way up the stone walk to the side door and rang the bell. A large man in a red vest answered the door. Terry Woodson Burger boomed out a greeting and welcomed me into his home, the setting of his first book The Year of the Moon Goose.

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Zumba Gold: An Exciting Way to Exercise

Zumba Gold: An Exciting Way to Exercise

Even for those not interested in exercising at all, Zumba Gold routines seem to be worth watching just for the fun of it. Whether participants attend the classes to meet their fitness goals or to simply watch, laugh and have fun, Zumba Gold is a great way for seniors to stay fit without making it a chore.

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Living Library: Robinson’s Rare Books and Fine Art Prints

Living Library: Robinson’s Rare Books and Fine Art Prints

From the Midtown Scholar’s basement, Robinson’s Rare Books and Fine Art Prints makes art accessible in Harrisburg.

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The Ale Trail Diaries

The Ale Trail Diaries

When asked to tag along during a day-long journey to numerous breweries in the area, one would think a day full of unforgettable, yet perhaps hazy memories would lie ahead. Tasting the unique beers, stuffing my face with greasy foods along the way and having those moments where I say, “Just one more,” were all on my list of things to do that day. Fortunately, all my to-do things were done. Unfortunately, they were not done by me. Yes, I was nominated to be the photographer and designated driver for this month’s Adventure Man column. Although I’m not the biggest fan of beer and probably lucked out by not having to indulge in tasting different ones all day, I could have definitely used one or two when my day was through.  As the...

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Hershey's Nut Grove

Hershey's Nut Grove

Pawpaws, persimmons, pecans and Persian walnuts. What do they have to do with Hershey Gardens? While the 75th anniversary of Hershey Gardens is being celebrated, an unannounced, unusual and innovative project is taking shape behind the scenes that will change the garden’s profile forever.

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