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Sculptural Ceramic Forms Dominate Craftsman's Work

Sculptural Ceramic Forms Dominate Craftsman's Work

By physical standards, Beverlee Lehr may be modest in stature, but the body of work that the 75-year-old ceramicist has produced is not. To wit, some individual creations, those designed to hang on walls, exceed in dimension and weight that of the Campbelltown craftsman.

Things Go Better with Coke – in Harrisburg

Things Go Better with Coke – in Harrisburg

17th Street in Harrisburg between Derry and Market is a potpourri of business, industrial and residential structures, a little worse for the wear and reflective of the impairment accompanying a number of neighborhoods in the city. One of the more noteworthy buildings along this stretch is the former Coca-Cola bottling plant at 227 S. 17th St.

The Inspiration of Film

The Inspiration of Film

For Harrisburg filmmakers, the drive of their trade isn’t about their names appearing in the tiny print of a scrolling credit feed. It’s about art. It’s about expression. It’s about unveiling the stories that spark an emotion in the viewer – and leave them a different person.

A&E List 2015

A&E List 2015

Crystal Wagner

Crystal Wagner

Chicken Wire, Tablecloths and $200

Taste

Taste

The Mill Restaurant

Catching HACC's First Ride

Catching HACC's First Ride

The way Amanda Tran figured it, she didn’t have much of a chance. For the first time in its illustrious 51-year history, Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) was offering six future students full-ride merit scholarships. Tran, then a bright and thoughtful 18-year-old at Red Land High School in Lewisberry, certainly met the scholarship’s requirements, including maintaining a minimum cumulative high school grade point average of 3.0, having specific test scores determining eligibility for college-level reading and writing and residing in one of the 10 counties served by HAAC. And yet, she still felt she was a long shot.

Spring Chicken: Stay Young Forever (or Die Trying)

Spring Chicken: Stay Young Forever (or Die Trying)

by Bill Gifford (Grand Central Publishing, $27, 384 pages)

Show Time

Show Time

8 Passionate Stage Performers Who Thrill Audiences Throughout the Midstate

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