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2013

Smoke BBQ

By Jen Merrill Josh White, 37, who owns Smoke with his wife Jenna, does not consider patience to be one of his best qualities. He’s a mover and shaker, someone who likes to get things […]

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2013

Preparing for Battle

By Karen Hendricks Gettysburg’s Sesquicentennial One hundred and fifty years ago, the Battle of Gettysburg claimed 51,000 casualties. Host to the bloodiest battle of the entire Civil War, the name “Gettysburg” became forever etched in […]

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2013

Out Stealing Horses

By Harvey Freedenberg By Per Petterson, translated by Anne Born (Picador, $15, 238 pages, Paperback) A frequent criticism leveled at American readers is that we’re reluctant to tackle literature in translation. In the hope of offering a small […]

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2013

It’s 5 o’clock Somewhere, Vol. 2

By Jadrian Klinger Why? Because it’s Friday… Get out there and celebrate the end of the week with some friends or strangers. Here are a few suggestions on where to go in downtown Harrisburg and […]

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2013

It’s 5 o’clock Somewhere

By Jadrian Klinger Why?  Because it’s Friday…  Get out there and celebrate the end of the week with some friends or strangers.  Plus, today is the official first day of summer.  Here are a few […]

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2013

Holiday Happy Hour

By Jadrian Klinger Why?  Because it’s the evening before a national holiday, and you likely don’t have work tomorrow…  Get out there and celebrate with some friends or strangers.  Here are a few suggestions on […]

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2013

Cutting Edge Technology

By Jadrian Klinger Offers a New Look at the Story of Gettysburg On the first three days of July, 150 years ago, a tiny south-central Pennsylvania town unwittingly became the theater for one of the […]