Kathy Cadieux started the business with ‘$100 and a handful of dried flowers’ CAMP HILL (Jan. 15, 2017) – After more than three decades in the women’s clothing business, Kathy Cadieux, founder and owner of Creative Elegance Boutique in Camp...
by Jill Gleeson Joanne Clough still isn’t up to snuff. She maybe shouldn’t even really be out of bed. Just a week or so ago, the 61-year-old Camp Hill resident was taken by ambulance to UPMC Pinnacle West Shore Hospital...
by Alison Gregory “Emergencies, they range from everything,” Sharon Pryor, owner and office manager of Shores Veterinary Emergency Center, offers. “It’s everything from an ear infection to you get hit by a car.” In client Danielle Wise’s case, emergency care...
by Joanne Kaldy There is something intriguing about the early 1960s, the era portrayed in the TV show Mad Men. Maybe it’s the fashions—skinny ties and hats for men and, for women, matching shoes and purses, gloves, and hair styles...
by Darcy Oordt Kitten season is almost upon us. What is kitten season? Kitten season is the time of year when female cats give birth. It starts in the spring and continues until the fall. It’s the time when...
Words by Jill Gleeson For many Americans starting a business is a dream as big and beautiful as owning a home. Being your own boss has definite benefits - as proprietor, you get to be responsible for your own success,...
Words and Photography by Jadrian Klinger 10 A Tour of the Golden Bubbly Brew, draft, suds, brewskie, cerveza, a cold one – no matter how you say it, there’s nothing quite like everyone’s favorite carbonated combo of hops, malted barely, yeast...
Photography by Kelly Ann Shuler The Styles of 6 Capital City Men – Johnny Saurman Johnny Saurman, 29 Artist and Musician “Punk rock was my biggest style influence early on, and then I began adding little pieces of 1960s British subculture.  Personal style...
By M. Diane McCormick; Photography by Jadrian Klinger Every family has one – the burly uncle who hugs you hard enough to break a rib. The difference between Uncle Burly and a 10-foot python? Uncle Burly understands the words, “Stop. I...
Words by Jacqueline Rupp Some signs are obvious to pick up on. There’s a flood in the bathroom, you call a plumber. Toothache? You call the dentist. But handling money and future money is a lot more subtle and tricky....