In the Fall 2014 Print Issue
Sep 01, 2014 05:48PM
● By Erica Shames
The Fall 2014 print issue of Susquehanna Life provides an insight into the efforts being made to strengthen our region as well as great things to do outside, ways to stay healthy, and generally enjoy where we live.
Some things should not be for sale: political office, state and national parks, and articles in newspapers and magazines, to name just a few. Read More
Once again, thank-you so much for [Susquehanna Life] magazine. Although I don’t live in The Susquehanna Valley, your magazine makes me miss it that much less. The articles you have are ha... Read More
October is when the pink ribbons come out and we recognize those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and those who have survived breast cancer, and remember those who have been los... Read More
Estimates for the incidence of breast cancer in the U.S., for 2014, provided by the American Cancer Society, indicate that about 232,670 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagno... Read More
If you want good health, a long life and to feel your best well into old age, the No. 1 most important thing you can do is strength-training, says Dr. Brett Osborn, neurosurgeon. Read More
I love this recipe because it is so versatile! It easily can be made in a ramekin for individual servings or in a larger casserole. The combination of two (or more) cheeses (I’ve also tr... Read More
Author Steve E. Troutman explores the Tulpehocken Path, focusing on the lesser-known sections in Northumberland and Schuylkill counties, Pennsylvania. He presents a history of the trail, ... Read More
Every once and a while it’s worth the effort to turn off the radio and listen to the sounds that surround us in nature. It’s rejuvenating to hear the water calmly ripple and flow along th... Read More
To make the transportation of goods and people easier, early pioneers looked to Europe and quickly saw how canals effectively eliminated the “highs and lows” of the terrain and moved larg... Read More
Dense woodlands surround much of this beautiful region, making it home to some of Pennsylvania’s most beautiful old-growth forests. Try any of these routes for a glorious autumn afternoon... Read More
Fall to-do list: Bird-watch perched on a rocky summit; ride horseback through an emerald forest; carve a hard-shelled gourd; walk in a soldier’s shoes; and stroll around a historic lake. Read More
From 1861 to 1865, the American Civil War ravaged the United States, as division over issues like slavery and states’ rights split the nation. However, one of the first signs of the surgi... Read More
I stood deep among fragrant hayscented fern, facing one of my office-induced directional challenges. I was looking for the namesake ponds, tiny seasonal impoundments pushed into place by ... Read More
I “broke the ice” at the semi-annual Beaver Run School Amish Auction outside of Washingtonville, Pennsylvania, last April. Read More
Caz Russell, of Montandon Pennsylvania, believes that a mentoring relationship is one of the most beneficial. Since retiring from PPL, he has embarked on a new career as an inspirational ... Read More
Years ago, Betsy and Karl Schlegel, lifelong farmers, made sure they did everything they could to avoid exposing their children to harmful pesticides on their Dalmatia fruit farm. About t... Read More
Over the last several decades, an epidemic of “lifestyle diseases” has developed in the United States. The cost of treating chronic disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control a... Read More
Heidi Witmer set out to teach a crew of 12 teenagers the value of hard labor in agriculture under the working theory that today’s youths aren’t lazy, just suffering from a lack of opportu... Read More
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