Blog / Sep 22, 2014
By TTD Lanc on Sep 3, 2014
The Fulton Steamboat Inn, along with Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern, are excited to invite guests to experience all the outdoor fun in the fall that Lancaster has to offer. As the temperature begins to dip slightly and autumn colors and scents fill the air, the Fulton Steamboat Inn is the perfect central location for exploring… Read more »
By TTD Lanc on Aug 29, 2014
August 14, the Style Girls hosted a polo-themed party to celebrate the “Best of Lancaster.” From business owners and government officials, to local media personalities and readers of Susquehanna Style, guests enjoyed polo picnic inspired fare (as well as tastes from “Best of Lancaster” winning businesses), beer from Lancaster Brewery and more! One lucky winner… Read more »
By Lidija Kostadinov on Aug 28, 2014
The allure of autumn is infinite. Each place will display its own particular beauty during this amazing season, and Lancaster PA certainly knows how to show its charm and appeal. Autumn is an abundant season, from colors of leaves changing to explosion of colors as the sun rises and sets; from bountiful harvests that adorn… Read more »
By TTD Lanc on Aug 24, 2014
For a year, Lark and Michael McCarley simmered silently over the arrival of Amish Mafia in their community. The couple own Lovelace Manor, a bed-and-breakfast on the outskirts of town, and found the reality show that depicts black-clothed young men terrorizing neighbors distasteful, offensive and an affront to their many Amish friends. The final straw… Read more »
By TTD Lanc on Aug 21, 2014
Bulls Head Public House – Lititz, PA Just a few miles North of Lancaster, Bulls Head Public House takes its cues from traditional British pubs and matches delicious pub fare with world-class beer. If you’re looking to get educated, read up on the spot’s Beer Menu Bible for a crash course in all things brewed…. Read more »
By TTD Lanc on Aug 19, 2014
“I remember thinking, man, this is really good,” recalls Chandler, who sipped Stroh’s back home. Beer ceased being a means to an end and, in many ways, became his life’s purpose. “Every time I left the boat, the first question I asked was, ‘What’s the local beer?’” Chandler says.
Over 15,000 people come to Downtown Lancaster to celebrate the culture and diversity of the City of Lancaster with two stages of live music, over 20 food vendors, two pub areas featuring locally crafted beer and wine and of course fireworks.
California-based roots rock band Dawes makes it 3 summers in a row visiting Lancaster County!
More terrifying thrills and spine-tingling chills than you can handle!