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Cumberland County Woman the Oldest to Hike the Appalachian Trail

Cumberland County Woman the Oldest to Hike the Appalachian Trail

The grisly 2,185-mile stretch of the Appalachian Trail could not take down Nan Reisinger. No, this Cumberland County resident is not the first woman to tackle the rocky slopes, but she is the oldest.

Workin' Like a Dog

Workin' Like a Dog

Trials of a Midstate Sheep-Handler and Her Working Border Collies

A Home in the City

A Home in the City

Never judge a house by its periwinkle siding. Craig and Sara Love have turned their early 20th-century townhouse into a charming, rustic home that they are proud to call their own.

Amalgam of Oil and Wax Produces Distinctive Paintings

Amalgam of Oil and Wax Produces Distinctive Paintings

When Taber returned home, she resumed oil painting but continued to be dissatisfied with the results. It was a small jar of cold wax medium, purchased before vacation, which finally ignited her newfound enthusiasm.

The Nectar of Merry Revelers

The Nectar of Merry Revelers

A Tour of 14 Central Pa. Brewpubs

Changing Each Other's Lives

Changing Each Other's Lives

Shelter Pets and the Families Who Saved Them

Lost and Found

Lost and Found

By European or Asian standards of antiquity, the 108-year-old Pennsylvania Capitol is practically brand new. But it isn’t without its own sense of history when it comes to the design that architect Joseph M. Huston (1866-1940) bestowed upon it.

Healthful Relationships with Food & Exercise

Healthful Relationships with Food & Exercise

It’s March, and hopefully by the time you are reading this, the temperatures are warming, and the winter weather is beginning to wane. With spring just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to think about the important relationship we have with food and exercise.

The Book of Love: Improvisations on a Crazy Little Thing

The Book of Love: Improvisations on a Crazy Little Thing

by Roger Rosenblatt (Ecco, $22.99, 192 pages)

Culinary Pyromania

Culinary Pyromania

Harrisburg Magazine asked some of the midstate’s finest restaurants to show us just how they’re integrating these acts of culinary pyrotechnics into their menus.

Forever Friends Waiting for Forever Homes

Forever Friends Waiting for Forever Homes

25 Portraits of Potential Life-Long Pet Pals Awaiting Adoption at the Humane Society of Harrisburg Area

A Much-Deserved Tribute to Women Whose Tireless Work Makes Life Better for Central Pennsylvanians

A Much-Deserved Tribute to Women Whose Tireless Work Makes Life Better for Central Pennsylvanians

When the YWCA Greater Harrisburg began honoring female leaders from capital region corporations 26 years ago, they hoped to continue awarding women throughout the midstate annually. That hope became a reality.

A Ride on the Trail

A Ride on the Trail

To me, horses are big – really, really big. They get a scary look in their eyes, and next thing you know, they’ve drilled a hoof into your shin. Or they’ve thrown you over a hedge. Still, Sharyn couldn’t wait to get Adventure Chick out for a ride. That’s why photographer Haley Harned and I went to Hilltop Farm in the woods outside Dover, Pa.

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