April 2017

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April 2017

Features

The Frugal Foodie's Guide

The Frugal Foodie's Guide

57 regional spots where you can fill up for under $10

Saving & Savoring The Bay

Saving & Savoring The Bay

Our guide to being active in and exploring the Chesapeake Bay

Who's Who Lancaster - 2017 Leaders

Who's Who Lancaster - 2017 Leaders

Who's Who York - 2017 Leaders

Who's Who York - 2017 Leaders

Fashion Cents

Fashion Cents

Consignment boutique map of 31 must-visit stores to score style for less

Who's Who Harrisburg - 2017 Leaders

Who's Who Harrisburg - 2017 Leaders

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Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Local restaurateurs have a homecoming

Veggie  Gardening

Veggie Gardening

Ever feel like the last non-gardener in the country? Hate to break it to you, but you probably are. Vegetable gardening, especially, is booming. More than one in three Americans are growing food in their own backyards, or even on their balconies, and their numbers are growing. It’s easy to see why. We want to know where our food is coming from. We want assurances that it’s fresh and healthy. And frankly, that weekly trip to the grocery store isn’t getting any easier on the wallet. It’s time to get your hands dirty and experience the joy of growing your own produce. Kathy Quarles, Garden Center Manager of Stauffer’s of Kissel Hill, answers your questions on starting your vegetables and enjoying a bumper crop.

Get Out!

Get Out!

Even five minutes can help

Recipe for Success

Recipe for Success

Have a drink with Christine Bertolet

Have a drink with Christine Bertolet

Passport to Flavor

Passport to Flavor

North African spices are having a moment in the culinary world, and for good reason. The flavors are complex, exotic and yet surprisingly easy to incorporate with familiar ingredients. We asked an expert on the subject, Judy Gitomer, co-owner of The Spice & Tea Exchange in downtown Lancaster to share a few recipes featuring the flavors of this hot region for foodies right now.

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Style Scene

2017 York Young Professionals gala at the Agricultural & Industrial Museum

2017 Junior League of Lancaster's Author's Luncheon at the Marriott at Penn Square

2017 American Heart Association's Pursenalities event at Bent Creek Country Club

Veggie  Gardening

Veggie Gardening

Ever feel like the last non-gardener in the country? Hate to break it to you, but you probably are. Vegetable gardening, especially, is booming. More than one in three Americans are growing food in their own backyards, or even on their balconies, and their numbers are growing. It’s easy to see why. We want to know where our food is coming from. We want assurances that it’s fresh and healthy. And frankly, that weekly trip to the grocery store isn’t getting any easier on the wallet. It’s time to get your hands dirty and experience the joy of growing your own produce. Kathy Quarles, Garden Center Manager of Stauffer’s of Kissel Hill, answers your questions on starting your vegetables and enjoying a bumper crop.

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Dining Out

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Local restaurateurs have a homecoming

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Recipe Box

Passport to Flavor

Passport to Flavor

North African spices are having a moment in the culinary world, and for good reason. The flavors are complex, exotic and yet surprisingly easy to incorporate with familiar ingredients. We asked an expert on the subject, Judy Gitomer, co-owner of The Spice & Tea Exchange in downtown Lancaster to share a few recipes featuring the flavors of this hot region for foodies right now.

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Health Report

Get Out!

Get Out!

Even five minutes can help

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