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Structures, Land and Sky Merge in Painter's Work

Structures, Land and Sky Merge in Painter's Work

Practitioners of the visual arts see the world around them differently than most people. It is not something acquired through an undergraduate degree, although such instruction may well hone that perceptive ability. Painter Lou Schellenberg recognized the gift in herself at an early age

Kids' Fun Guide

Kids' Fun Guide

88 Midstate Events & Places to Entertain the Little Ones This Summer

Get Out Your Computers

Get Out Your Computers

Started in 2003, Harrisburg High School's SciTech Campus was created for approximately 400 serious and motivated students from the Capital region. The school's proximity to Harrisburg University, numerous arts and cultural institutions and the corporate community was designed to deliver a more integrated, real-world education - with a particular emphasis on science, math and technology.

Where Taste and Purpose Collide

Where Taste and Purpose Collide

Local do-it-all carpenter Misha Kaschock works primarily with reclaimed materials, finding that with old artifacts, "imperfections are part of the perfection."

All's Well That Ends Well

All's Well That Ends Well

Three Harrisburg-area couples demonstrate that, though life and love can oftentimes be challenging, true love - helped along by a little luck and lot of elbow grease - will always prevail.

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

Smarter Than You Think: How Technology is Changing Our Minds for the Better

The Universal Language of Food and Poetry

The Universal Language of Food and Poetry

Just off the Limekiln exit of I-83 in New Cumberland, The Garlic Poet Restaurant & Bar stands as a beacon of fine cuisine and high-minded literary notions. With a sophisticated literary-themed atmosphere, a locally sourced menu of unique culinary masterpieces and an impressive craft-beer and fine wine selection, The Garlic Poet is truly an epicurean gem in the midstate.

Kindred Styles

Kindred Styles

We move about the world in our own little tribes, some formed by blood, others shaped by friendship and all molded by love. In honor of these special bonds, Harrisburg Magazine caught up with five stylish families to celebrate the way we dress in relation to the ones we love. Whether family members dress alike – intentionally or otherwise – or chose to style themselves in vastly different ways, there’s beauty in the way each family uniquely presents itself to the world around them.

The Trail Less Traveled

The Trail Less Traveled

Check out this video from Jim T. Ryan to go along with his feature story, Transformed on the Trail. He features Michael Reardon who reflects on hiking and the emotion of completing the Appalachian Trail.

Navy Veteran Recalls Duty in the Pacific

Navy Veteran Recalls Duty in the Pacific

To most Americans, World War II is an event they know only through documentary films, books and movies. For a dwindling number, it is part of their personal history. Charles Saladin is one of them. The 93-year-old resident of Harrisburg’s Homeland Center was in the Navy for 28 years; the initial ones during the war, and then mostly as a reservist thereafter.

Exercise for Allergy Relief

Exercise for Allergy Relief

Allergies can make you miserable. Itchy eyes, runny nose, scratchy throat, repeated sneezing and fatigue are common allergy symptoms. Recent studies have shown that regular exercise can help ease and manage these symptoms.

Transformed on the Trail

Transformed on the Trail

From Georgia to Maine, 2,186 miles, a story of one midstate man's journey along the Appalachian Trail.

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