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The Art of Storytelling, Part 3

The Art of Storytelling, Part 3

The Art of Storytelling, Part 2

The Art of Storytelling, Part 2

Harrisburg Stagecraft, Part 5

Harrisburg Stagecraft, Part 5

Preston H. Schreffler, Actor

Harrisburg Stagecraft, Part 4

Harrisburg Stagecraft, Part 4

Karen Ruch, Director

The Art of Storytelling, Part 1

The Art of Storytelling, Part 1

Created in the 1930s, comic books have supplied a necessary form of escapism from the demands of everyday life into a world of superheroes, villains and fantasy realms. The medium remains alive and well worldwide with many devotees right here in the midstate.

Harrisburg Stagecraft, Part 3

Harrisburg Stagecraft, Part 3

Diane Rothrock, Volunteer

Gallery Space

Gallery Space

If one had to select a phrase that would comprehensively describe the painting of Paul Gallo, “economy of brush stroke” would be a suitable one. The 65-year-old Middletown man produces seemingly complex imagery with thoughtful and restrained applications of paint.

Harrisburg Stagecraft, Part 2

Harrisburg Stagecraft, Part 2

Miguel Gonzales, Arts Volunteer and Actor

Taste

Taste

At the corner of Linglestown and Colonial roads in Harrisburg, Greystone Public House is already making it’s mark on the midstate culinary scene.

Trade Schools

Trade Schools

Discovering a career is a daunting task for everyone. With a multitude of options, developing a skill in a trade school is often overlooked by many young adults. A career school can be the easiest way to land a promising career at the time of graduation.

Harrisburg Stagecraft, Part 1

Harrisburg Stagecraft, Part 1

Press Box

Press Box

The old-timer – only in age, not spirit – stood in front of the pitcher’s mound, looking no different than the thousands of others who have thrown out ceremonial first pitches before a Harrisburg Senators game on City Island. Only this man was different.

Midstate Melody

Midstate Melody

At 32, Daisie Ghost-Flower (her stage name) rightfully sits on the precipice of a mass audience. Once a member of the midstate band Yellowday as well as a current member of The Passionettes, a local 1960s girl group, she recently caught the attention of Rusted Root lead singer Michael Glabicki, who invited her to open for them and Toad the Wet Sprocket on the East Coast leg of their 2016 tour. By the time this article reaches readers, she will have played nine shows in two weeks, traveling through Virginia, D.C., New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts and then back to Pa.

Adventure Chick

Adventure Chick

Adventure Chick went caving. Other than that moment of slight terror, it was an exhilarating introduction to a netherworld of tiny tunnels and soaring vaults.

Why Picking The Right Major, Is A Major Decision

Why Picking The Right Major, Is A Major Decision

It’s the first question people ask right after, “Where do you go?” The mind races trying to figure out how best to answer that question when you haven’t decided yet. It may not be what parents, families and potential employers want to hear, but here’s why being “undecided” isn’t a bad thing.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Stackpole Books, recently sold to Rowan & Littlefield, one of the largest independent book publishers in North America, was one of the premier publishers of military-related titles, including the bestselling Army Officer’s Guide that has now gone through 52 editions. Stackpole Books also became known for its nature series and large list of angling titles. And, despite its reputation for hunting and fishing volumes, it also published fiction by Damon Runyon and John Fante as well as autobiographies by legendary musician Benny Goodman and the equally legendary politician Huey Long.

Photo Story

Photo Story

Home Sweet Home Again

Home Sweet Home Again

It was very nearly too late. By the time Manor on Front Bed and Breakfast proprietors, 
Mike and Sally Jo Wilson, bought the Hull Mansion and Mary Sachs House, which are located next to each other on Front Street just north of Division, time and neglect had nearly destroyed them.

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

The last time you opened Safari or Google Chrome to purchase a book on Amazon or checked in on your Facebook or Twitter feed, chances are you weren’t devoting much thought to the underlying ethos of the incorporeal construct that allowed you to execute those tasks. But if you have any curiosity about what it is that makes our digital life so fascinating and so maddening, Virginia Heffernan, in her new book Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art, has come along to satisfy it, offering an exciting, at times unsettling, glimpse behind that electronic curtain.

Fall 2016 Arts & Entertainment Guide

Fall 2016 Arts & Entertainment Guide

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