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November 2014

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Everything in Its Right Place

Everything in Its Right Place

Harrisburg Magazine called in the professionals and quizzed three local design and organizational experts for their best tips to help keep your home, office and everywhere in between clean, fresh and clutter-free.

From Start to Finish

From Start to Finish

Pairing Drinks with Your Favorite Appetizers and Desserts

Holy Spirit CEP Embraces Care, Teamwork and Customer Service

Holy Spirit CEP Embraces Care, Teamwork and Customer Service

She is not an inconspicuous face in the crowd who lives and works in the Harrisburg region. Sister Romaine Niemeyer is president and CEO of Holy Spirit Health System.

The Dish

The Dish

Chefs from 5 Local Hot Spots Tell All

The Almost Uptown Poetry Cartel

The Almost Uptown Poetry Cartel

The Cartel is an organization dedicated to the love of poetry and its performance, maintaining its vibrancy over the past 15 years thanks to an ever-changing, loose-knit cast of friends and strangers all of whom find themselves fascinated by the woven fabric of the well-chosen word.

PM Bistro & Lounge

PM Bistro & Lounge

The Dangers of Soy

The Dangers of Soy

The soybean has invaded America. Edamame, tofu, soy milk, soy protein powders – it’s easy to find and is promoted as a healthful, high-quality, alternative protein source, particularly for those living a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle. But is it really a safe option?

Passion, Inspiration, Commitment

Passion, Inspiration, Commitment

The Entrepreneurial Spirit Shines in Central Pa.

Autumn Tour of the Capital Area Greenbelt

Autumn Tour of the Capital Area Greenbelt

SAGE 2014 Award Winners

SAGE 2014 Award Winners

"What will I do with the rest of my life?" We envision young people asking that question, those just out of college or contemplating a career move. But the 2014 SAGE winners, nominated for their Savvy, Active, Growing, Enlightened approach to life, confronted the question later in life. They remained open to opportunity, and all found answers in their faith, their commitment to forge new paths and their passion to serve others.

Monument to a Little-Remembered War

Monument to a Little-Remembered War

The statue of Victory gazes serenely from her perch five stories above the intersection of Third and Walnut streets on a column of marble – dedicated to a war that is, relatively, little-remembered compared to others in Pennsylvania history.

The Things They Carried

The Things They Carried

by Tim O’Brien (Mariner Books, $14.95, Paperback)

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