March 2015

New Curator at National Watch and Clock Museum

The National Watch and Clock Museum has hired a new curator of collections to continue the legacy of Carter Harris, who retired from the museum in August. Kim Jovinelli, who ...Read More

Marching Toward Spring

March is a strange month in Lancaster County. You know beautiful, sunny weather is just around the corner, but it’s not quite here yet. During March, we’re teased by some ...Read More

Re-thinking the Garden … 15 Things to Consider

Now and again, gardeners are captivated by a colorful perennial or attractive shrub they see in public gardens or on the pages of glossy catalogs. Disappointment sets in when the ...Read More

Nose to Tail

Whole-animal utilization, which is better known as nose-to-tail eating, ensures as little waste of an animal as possible. Locally, a few Lancaster County masters of cuisine have taken it upon ...Read More

Terrarium Fever!

Winter still has a few weeks to go, and the planting season doesn’t begin in earnest until early May. Why not breathe some fresh air into your home or office ...Read More

A Sweet Sixteen Party Rocks the Ballroom

“Groovy?” Hardly. “Awesome?” So 2010. It’s hard to keep up with teens, because what’s hot just changed like, uh, five seconds ago. But, some things really never change. Girls – ...Read More

Hempfield Area Food Pantry Gets Stocked

The Hempfield Area Food Pantry, which serves the district’s economically disadvantaged residents (30% of all students falls into that category), benefitted from the Hempfield Gives Back Food Drive that was ...Read More

12 Things To Do in December 2023

The holidays are upon us, which means the calendar is packed with events that are sure to light up your

The Best Of Lancaster 2023

It’s that time of the year. Your votes have been cast and the results of our annual Best of Lancaster

The Belvedere Inn: Cheers to 25 Years

What constitutes success in an industry that is rife with challenges? In the case of The Belvedere Inn, the buzz

Rachael Lugo: Juliet’s Guiding Light

Always interested in interior design, Rachael Lugo’s life and career path took a few detours before she fully embraced her

A Christmas Miracle! Michter’s Whiskey Cake 

In early December 2018, I was invited to a celebration of Dick Stoll’s 85th birthday. The last master distiller at


As we prepare to usher in 2024, we’d like to say “Cheers” to the following businesses, organizations and individuals that

To Write of Architecture…

Over coffee, on a sunny day in the city, two writers speak of the beauty of Lancaster’s architecture. I am

Christmas Events at Stone Gables Estate

If Stone Gables’ events don’t put you in the Christmas spirit, we don’t know what will! Over the past several