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Burg Blog: Wrong Place

April 28, 2017 | by Lawrance Binda

The scene outside the state Farm Show Complex today. Last Saturday, during my weekly trip to the Broad Street Market,… Read More

Movies to Nosh On: Global flavors, Jewish stories set the table for the annual Harrisburg Jewish Film Festival.

April 28, 2017 | by Barbara Trainin Blank

To learn about a culture, taste its food.  The Harrisburg Jewish Film Festival enters its 23rd season with this idea… Read More

Cooking with Qui: Rosemary teams up with Harrisburg’s dean of Italian cuisine—and the result is a springtime delight.

April 28, 2017 | by Rosemary Ruggieri Baer

Burg in Focus: Cooking with Qui from GK Visual on Vimeo. When TheBurg suggested I get together and cook with… Read More

And The Winners Are… 25 years of the best in Harrisburg arts.

April 28, 2017 | by Lori M. Myers

Jeff Lynch and Bebe Mullaugh were munching on some lunch with Mike Greenwald at Mangia Qui when Greenwald announced to… Read More

A Place at the Table: The faces behind Harrisburg’s women-owned food businesses

April 28, 2017 | by Danielle Roth

Photo by Hartman Benzon Media They’re newbies, seasoned veterans and family members continuing a culinary legacy. These women happily find… Read More

At Peace, Refreshed: With her music, Carly Clark wishes her audience a gentle escape.

April 28, 2017 | by Trey Knarr

Some of the world’s greatest singers had humble beginnings. Bob Dylan got his start in Greenwich Village cafés. Even the… Read More

In the Groove: Vinylphiles go for a spin at RecordSmith.

April 28, 2017 | by Stephanie Kalina-Metzger

If I had to make up a word to describe Paul Smith, owner of RecordSmith in Mechanicsburg, it would be… Read More

Freedom, Up in the Air: A community’s spirit is elevated in “The Women’s Balcony.”

April 28, 2017 | by Sammi Leigh Melville

You have probably been told to avoid the topics of politics and religion at parties—they are always contentious subjects and… Read More

World-Class Discourse: The Foreign Policy Association of Harrisburg recruits speakers of global renown to the midstate.

April 28, 2017 | by Robert Naeye

In August 2016, I moved back to the Harrisburg metro area after a 24-year hiatus. Coming from the fertile cultural… Read More
Student Scribes: If I Could Paint

Student Scribes: If I Could Paint

April 28, 2017 | by Angela Larks

If I could paint, you’d be a glob of brown I’d add blues and greens to darken your hue You’d… Read More
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