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February 2014

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Stronger Than Ever

Stronger Than Ever

More than two years removed from the Tropical Storm Lee, Jewish Community Center leaders take a look back to tell the story of how the center survived, how the community came together and how the center is now restored, improved and stronger than ever.

Carlisle Photographer is Drawn to Architectural Subjects

Carlisle Photographer is Drawn to Architectural Subjects

At 59 years of age, photographer John Wright is back where he was as a teenager in Battle Creek, Mich. There, he began to explore photography as a fine art and, after years in the commercial trade, has returned to his youthful interest in the medium’s aesthetic side.

Bonus Tips

Bonus Tips

Check out these bonus tips from our Working Out the Winter Woes feature.

Working Out the Winter Woes

Working Out the Winter Woes

When days are shorter and temperatures colder, the thought of working out seems somewhat foreign. It's during this time that keeping fit is paramount: working out is your first line of defense in the battle against the winter blues.

RockBass Grill

RockBass Grill

RockBass Grill inhabits the old Catalano’s building in Wormleysburg, boasting a spectacular view of the Susquehanna River and the city of Harrisburg. Owned by Donald L. Carter, Jr. – who also owns the neighboring restaurants Dukes Bar and Grille and Dockside Willies – RockBass Grill’s atmosphere and décor make patrons feel as though they’re dining aboard a yacht in the 1950s.

Home Renovation is Business and Mission for Hummelstown Man

Home Renovation is Business and Mission for Hummelstown Man

It may not match the classic Horatio Alger narrative, but Gregg Gehret’s story is an engaging one. The 58-year-old owner of Easy Siders Home Improvement Company brushed aside college offers to play football or wrestle and, instead, embarked on a 40-year journey that has brought him material reward and personal satisfaction.

The Missing Marker

The Missing Marker

Harrisburg is a city with many historical markers. They exist in places where they may be expected and in places that take casual observers by surprise. If you look near the west end of the Walnut Street People’s Bridge on City Island, you will find one that is accurate and yet slightly ambiguous. It’s the marker for the renowned Harrisburg Giants baseball team.

Mechanicsburg Living

Mechanicsburg Living

5 Questions for 5 Mechanicisburg Leaders

5 Questions for 5 Mechanicisburg Leaders

Check out some historical sites in Mechanicsburg as well as five questions answered by five Mechanicsburg leaders.

The Harrisburg Heat

The Harrisburg Heat

Adventure Chick couldn’t resist an invitation to represent Harrisburg Magazine at Harrisburg Heat’s 1st Annual Celebrity Soccer Game. There I was on a Saturday night, before a crowd of 1,050 in the Pennsylvania Farm Show Equine Arena, to play a game I have never played in my life.

Mechanicsburg Dining Guide

Mechanicsburg Dining Guide

Check out our guide to dining in Mechanicsburg.

Small Town, Big Culture

Small Town, Big Culture

Small Town, Big Culture, Fine Art, Music and Theatre in Mechanicsburg

'One Person at a Time, One Day at a Time, One Breath at a Time

'One Person at a Time, One Day at a Time, One Breath at a Time

The Remember Foundation Created Community-Enriching Opportunities

Fourth and Long: The Fight for the Soul of College Football

Fourth and Long: The Fight for the Soul of College Football

Check out Harvey Freedenberg's review of Fourth and Long: The Fight for the Soul of College Football by John U. Bacon (Simon & Shuster, $26.99, 352 pages).

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