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In the Winter 2014 Print Issue

Nov 19, 2014 03:07PM ● Published by Erica Shames

The Winter 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.

From Where I Sit

There’s nothing better than the feeling we get from Central PA—the place we call home. Now it has a digital space. Read More » 

 

Letters to the Editor

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Around the River - Winter 2014 Edition - Nov 18 2014 0423PM

Around the River - Winter 2014 Edition

Check out all there is to do this holiday season. Read More » 

 

Fairs and Festivals - Winter 2014 Edition - Nov 19 2014 0934AM

Fairs and Festivals - Winter 2014 Edition

There are many different opportunities to get out and explore the region this winter. Read More » 

 

Winter 2014 Dining Guide - Nov 18 2014 0618PM

Winter 2014 Dining Guide

The best of cozy fireside dining, as chosen by our readers. Read More » 

 

Cooking at Home With E-Tu Bistro - Nov 18 2014 0532PM

Cooking at Home With E-Tu Bistro

Clams, Shrimp & Sausage Pasta with Romesco Sauce warms up your home for the holidays. Read More » 

 

Pennsylvania Has Plenty of Flavorful Recipes for the Holidays - Nov 18 2014 0556PM

Pennsylvania Has Plenty of Flavorful Recipes for the Holidays

Featuring Moravian Sugar Cake (Bethlehem) and Potato Latkes. Read More » 

 

By the Book - Winter 2014 - Nov 19 2014 0949AM

By the Book - Winter 2014

Pennsylvania picks include a CD about wildlife, a book on the supernatural, puppy love, and a story inspired by Centralia. Read More » 

 

Champion of the Keystone Marker - Nov 18 2014 0605PM

Champion of the Keystone Marker

If you travel the highways and byways of north central Pennsylvania, the odds are you’ve come across Jim Carn’s handiwork. Read More » 

 

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Clear Toy Candy – A PA Dutch Tradition

You may remember finding clear toy candy in your stocking, or trimming a tree with it, lights sparkling through delicate figurines. You won’t see this treat made in any factory today. Read More » 

 

A Winters Epiphany - Nov 19 2014 0907AM

A Winter's Epiphany

Winter gives Michael A. Barron a reason to reflect. Read More » 

 

Learn the Mysteries of the Gettysburg Cyclorama - Nov 19 2014 0922AM

Learn the Mysteries of the Gettysburg Cyclorama

If you decide to visit the Gettysburg National Military Museum and Visitors Center for an “Evening with the Painting,” chances are you’ll rub elbows with a group of history buffs. Read More » 

 

5 Family Outings to Put on Your Calendar Now - Nov 18 2014 0448PM

5 Family Outings to Put on Your Calendar Now

Ride the rails, color your world, go on safari, partake in a Guinness World Record event and start the holiday season in a whole new way. Let my family traditions become yours. Read More » 

 

Forest Wellness - Basking in the Environment - Nov 19 2014 1006AM

Forest Wellness - Basking in the Environment

It was the crest of the last wild country in Pennsylvania, a symbolic inset in the narrative of the diverse core of the Appalachian deciduous forest. I walked, and as I walked I healed. Read More » 

 

Modern equipment makes snowshoeing accessible to all age groups

Outdoor Recreation: Bigfootin’ It

Change is the essence of life. Once in a while we find an ancient implement that defies time. Among such rarities is the snowshoe, an aid to winter travel that dates back to antiquity. Read More » 

 

Embrace the Cold - Nov 18 2014 0528PM

Embrace the Cold!

The Farmer’s Almanac is predicting a cold and snowy winter. You have a couple of options: hibernate indoors and complain, or get out and embrace the cold. Read More » 

 

Digging to find evidence of Revolutionary War prisoner-of-war Camp Security began near the Schultz House in Springettsbury Township PA Photo by John  A Pavoncello

Last Revolutionary POW Camp Saved

After a dozen years of effort by concerned citizens and preservation groups, the land that once held Camp Security has been preserved from development. Read More » 

 

Becky Hodrick-Shaible Kevin and Bill Hodrick and James Shaible Photo by Jeffrey B Roth

Strength in a Volatile Market

The real estate industry has faced its share of challenges—most recently the 2008 financial collapse devastated much of the nation’s real estate markets. Read More » 

 

Timing is Everything for Mifflinburg Business - Nov 19 2014 1025AM

Timing is Everything for Mifflinburg Business

Sometimes a business must evolve to thrive. Figuring out what direction that evolution should take is not easy, and sometimes requires time, trial and error, initiative and a bit of luck. Read More » 

 Web Extras


A Recipe for Clear Toy Candy - Nov 19 2014 1037AM

A Recipe for Clear Toy Candy - Nov 19, 2014 10:37AM

Web-exclusive article for the winter 2014 edition of Susquehanna Life Magazine. Read More » 

 

The History of Camp Security - Nov 19 2014 1043AM

The History of Camp Security - Nov 19, 2014 10:43AM

Web-exclusive content from the winter 2014 edition of Susquehanna Life Magazine. Read More » 

 

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