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Lancaster City’s Culliton Park Receives an Artful Renewal

Southwest Lancaster’s Culliton Park (formerly Farnum Park) has been the home of many community art projects that have culminated in the newly renovated public space on Water Street. The new ...Read More

A Pandemic Thanksgiving … Family, Food and Football!

Editor’s Note: Thanksgiving will undoubtedly look and feel different this year. Everyone from lifestyle bloggers to news outlets, cooking gurus and even Dr. Fauci are suggesting we forgo the traditional ...Read More

Outdoor Dining is Back!

Now that Lancaster County is in the yellow phase of reopening from the coronavirus shutdown, our local restaurants are able to offer outdoor dining. In addition to outdoor seating at local ...Read More

How Local Farms are Faring During the Pandemic

Lancaster County is known for its rolling farmlands and the dedicated farmers who tend to them. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, farms across the country have grappled with a surplus ...Read More

Making Art in the Time of COVID-19 – Part 3

There is an old adage that art cannot be made in a vacuum, however, our local community has been proving that it can, in fact, be made in quarantine. In ...Read More

Local Business Accommodations for Coronavirus

Last Updated: June 4, 2020, 9:30 a.m. This is a strange and scary time for many reasons, but it is important that we continue to support each other and our community. ...Read More

10 Ideas for Memorial Day Weekend in the COVID Era

Not only is Memorial Day an important time to remember those who have given the ultimate sacrifice to protect our country, but it is a day to spend quality time ...Read More

Making Art in the Time of COVID – Part Two

With the effects of the coronavirus on our world weighing heavy on us, and perhaps having some extra time on our hands due to shutdowns, many of us have looked ...Read More

Food Trucks Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting every industry, causing businesses to adapt in new ways. Food trucks are getting creative by bringing their tasty bites to you. Check out these local food ...Read More

Columbia Makes A Super-Natural Connection to Halloween

Thanks to several organizations that sponsor Halloween-related events and the fact that spookiness seems to be synonymous with Columbia, it

Good Bones

It’s only appropriate that the Halloween-loving Schaeffer family lives in one of Columbia’s grand Victorian homes – many of the

The Brubaker: Museum of Halloween

While Gary and Denise Brubaker love all the holidays on the calendar, Halloween sits atop the list. Actually, the Brubakers

Travel Wellbeing

Destinations have started selling the idea of wellness travel to visitors. Over the last few years of traveling, I’ve spotted

Tacos El Gordo: The Road to Success Leads to

Over-the-road truck drivers know how grueling and isolating life on the road can become. Francisco Ostos and his family can

Columbia Market House: Food & Community

Are you looking for a fun and entertaining place to grab some breakfast or lunch and do some shopping for

Strasburg!

Who hasn’t walked down Main Street in Strasburg and admired the beautifully restored and preserved homes? You can thank the

A Plant for All Seasons

“Are there any flowering shrubs I can grow under or at the edge of large deciduous trees?” is a familiar