Skip to main content
Report this ad

The Latest

  • Cartel
    The Capital is Alive with the Sound of Music
    Lavish stage productions. Loving tributes to classic musicals. Emerging talent and seasoned veterans. Concert symphonies and alternative bands. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, may never be New York or Nashville, but PA’s capital still has plenty...
  • Library Events
    8 Harrisburg-Area Libraries and Their Upcoming Events
    Libraries are any community’s haven for free knowledge and access to a variety of information. In addition to being society’s powerhouse for free info, libraries are a gathering place for members of the community. Harrisburg, in...
  • an American prisoner of war during the American Civil War (1865)
    National Civil War Museum: no heroes, only victims
    The 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz should remind us of the horror of war. Yet instead within too many chests the heartbeat rises in triumphant patriotism to celebrate the "heroes" who were on the "right side."...
  • Hoss's Family Steak and Sea House
    What to do at the Pennsylvania State Farm Show in 2015
    It’s that time of year. For many Pennsylvanians, as mid-January rolls around, thoughts of milkshakes, potato donuts, tractors and rodeos are enough to venture out in even the worst of cold fronts. The Pennsylvania State Farm Show has arrived...
  • Hershey Christmas
    How to Spend Christmas in Harrisburg
    The Christmas season brings with it countless holiday shows, seasonal displays and family friendly events. For must-do activities in Harrisburg and surrounding areas, check out the attractions highlighted below.Holiday Trains and TreesThe Whitaker...
  • Robin Pellegrini, Alfred's Victorian Restaurant, Middletown
    Where farm and table are always next door
    Before there was state government, before there was coal, iron, steel and chocolate there were farms on the western frontier of William Penn's colony. The Pennsylvania Dutch, the common moniker for shared beliefs among early 18th century...
  • Molly at Fort Hunter, Harrisburg, PA
    A Harrisburg historical site mirrors American history
    The origins of Fort Hunter date from the early 18th century. While many historic homesteads reflect a specific time – Mt. Vernon, Mississippi River plantations, Hyde Park – Fort Hunter captures a sweeping 200-year panoply of...
  • Ahmadiyya Muslim Community concludes its 66th USA Annual Convention
    Ahmadiyya Muslim Community concludes its 66th USA Annual Convention
    Amidst the continued unrest in the Middle East and many other parts of the world, a group of Muslims came together for a three-day convention at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to spread the message of unity and peace. More than 7,000 men, women, and...
  • Edwin Austin Abbey mural "The Spirit of Light"
    Sense the energy of 21st century Harrisburg
    In the early years of the 20th century Philadelphia artist Edwin Austin Abbey created the monumental murals that decorate the vast rotunda of the State Capital building in Harrisburg. They illustrate Pennsylvania's top three 19th/20th century...
  • Crab stuffed Portobello Mushroom at Carley's Restorante
    Revitalizing Harrisburg hospitality along with the city
    From a 19th century power base of the American Industrial Revolution, transportation hub of the Northeast and capital of a vastly wealthy Pennsylvania, Harrisburg suffered the insults of industrial decline in the post 1970 economic landscape. Yet...
  • The faces of a new Harrisburg
    The faces of a new Harrisburg
    Ralph, Michael and Danielle stand on the roof top garden of 1500 Condominium taking a mock selfie while this journalist snaps a photo. They're neither mocking themselves nor my assignment to discover a new Harrisburg. On the contrary, their...
  • Whitaker Center
    Exploration is encouraged at the Whitaker Center
    Those unfamiliar with Harrisburg’s Whitaker Center located in renowned Strawberry Square might be surprised by how many programs and events this place of discovery offers. Many residents of central Pennsylvania have only scratched the...
  • Trinity High School Marching Band
    Political presence nearly absent at Harrisburg's St. Patty's Day parade
    As it was reported in PennLive, Harrisburg's St. Patrick's Day parade was on Saturday, March 22 which was five days after the official holiday. Because March 17 landed on a Monday this year, parade organizers and the Harrisburg mayor made...
  • Great American Sports Show
    Brand new outdoor show coming to Harrisburg
    A new outdoor sports show debuts this upcoming weekend in Harrisburg. The nine-day Great American Outdoor Show celebrates hunting, fishing and outdoor traditions that are treasured by millions of Americans and their families. The new show replaces...
  • The Rise and Fall of The Honorable Mayor Linda Thompson
    The Rise and Fall of The Honorable Mayor Linda D. Thompson
    Harrisburg native, Mayor Linda Thompson’s political career took off after being elected to the City Council in 2002 and soared even higher when re-elected for a second term in 2005 as an at-large elected official as well as Vice President on...
Report this ad