Blog / Jan 29, 2015
Food & Drink
on Jan 15, 2015
The Vineyard at Grandview will be the best-represented winery when the Pennsylvania Wine Society (PWA) holds its annual Wine Excellent XIII awards on Sunday, Jan. 18, at the Harrisburg Hilton. It’s a competition that judges only Pennsylvania wines in what’s basically a contest of dry wines. For most of the first decade, this was largely… Read more »
By Rebecca Gallagher on Jan 12, 2015
A New Year is upon us. A time for a fresh start—and a fresh look at what we are so fortunate to have within reach here in Lancaster County. As you make your New Year’s resolutions, why not add experiencing a few Lancaster County destinations to your must-do list? Our area has so very much… Read more »
By Christine Halliday on Jan 9, 2015
Welcome to New York Lancaster, It’s been waiting for you! If I had the resources, I would totally make a parody video of Taylor Swift’s hit “Welcome To New York” entitled “Welcome to Lancaster” and dedicate it to the many New Yorkers who have left behind various boroughs of New York, and transplanted here to… Read more »
By TTD Lanc on Jan 5, 2015
When Srirupa Dasgupta came to the U.S. from India to attend college in the mid-1980s, she was determined to work in high-tech, not the restaurant industry. But today, she owns a small restaurant and catering service in Lancaster, Pa., and employs primarily refugees who might have trouble finding work elsewhere. After college, Dasgupta worked her… Read more »
By TTD Lanc on Dec 19, 2014
It appears that plans are afoot to renovate a Victorian-era building on East King Street that has been vacant for nearly four decades. Excelsior Hall, 125-131 E. King St., was built as a social hall, and housed the Westenberger, Maley & Myers furniture store for more than seven decades. It was abandoned when the store… Read more »
By TTD Lanc on Dec 16, 2014
Lancaster, Pennsylvania In the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, among Amish farms and snowy rolling hills, sits Lancaster, a festive town of 60,000 that flings open its doors for the holidays. Visitors come from all over for events through New Year’s Day, such as breakfast with Santa, horse-drawn-carriage rides, and a unique tree-lighting ceremony with… Read more »
By TTD Lanc on Dec 8, 2014
Merry and bright is how Christmas should be—and that’s exactly what awaits you at the National Christmas Center in Lancaster County. I think it’s so appropriate that this festive attraction is in Paradise, PA, because it truly is a paradise for anyone looking to immerse herself in the holiday spirit. The National Christmas Center… Read more »
By TTD Lanc on Dec 4, 2014
It’s that time of the year again. We found this article from our friends at Lancaster Online and thought you would enjoy, so we’re sharing it with you here. At the bottom of the article is a link to LancasterOnline.com for the full article. – – – – – – – – – –… Read more »
By Christine Halliday on Nov 5, 2014
When I crush, I crush hard. Lately, I’m crushing on that ever-popular, quasi-meal we like to call Brunch. What a supremely, delicious idea to sleep in a little later, knowing you can skip breakfast and head to straight for brunch! It seems Lancaster is crushing on brunch right along with me, as more and more… Read more »
By Lidija Kostadinov on Oct 9, 2014
Here’s a snippet of what’s happening this month.
This musical adaptation of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, authored by L. Frank Baum in 1900, was written by Artistic Director Robert Brock and will be performed with marionettes he created.
It should come as no surprise that the Barnstormers will be itching to ring in Independence Day with a show.
California-based roots rock band Dawes makes it 3 summers in a row visiting Lancaster County!