Letters to the Editor [Fall 2018]
Sep 10, 2018 04:04PM
I so love your magazine. I read it on my porch in the early morning while I have my coffee. I hear the birds singing and the water falling in a wooden bucket with a pump while I sit on my favorite recliner. I have visited places you [write about] in the magazine and many restaurants I never knew about. Thank-you to you and your staff for this wonderful magazine. I read them over many times. Have a lovely day.
Thank-you for having such a wonderful magazine. There are so many great stories you have in there. It’s read from cover to cover. Keep up the great work you do.
Your magazine is always thoroughly enlightening. I know you're very busy with it, but if I could just say, I finally took a trip to The (Susquehanna) Valley for the first time since '12. Friends from when I attended Susquehanna University (87-90) refer to it as "The Valley," because as far as we're concerned, there is no better valley. I was there in late March and it was cold, but the sun was out and snow remained on the mountain tops. It was awesome! Hope to visit there more frequently. If unable to do so, at least I'll have the latest "Susquehanna Life." Thx, much.
I still love the magazine, especially the majestic photos of the river and great articles on history of the region. Keep up the good work.
Good to see your magazine gave some notice to the wonderful Penn State art museum, the Palmer, and its new and exciting director, Erin Coe. However, I do hope that this desire to “put the Palmer on the map” doesn’t mean that the Palmer’s wonderful collection of works on paper will be hidden away. For example, it was the Palmer’s exhibit of Shin Honga works that introduced my wife and I to that intriguing genre. And, in talking about Penn State art museums, let us not forget the Earth and Mineral Sciences Museum & Art Gallery and its well known, unique and comprehensive collection of Pennsylvania industrial art, most recently loaned out to the Michener Museum in Doylestown but now safely back on campus.
Staten Island, NY
Congratulations on 25 years of dedication to your Susquehanna Life magazine. It is the only magazine that I read from cover to cover. The quality of the articles and information is of great value, and the pictures are first class. It is the first magazine that I look for when I enter any waiting room area. If they do not have the magazine on the table or in the magazine rack, I tell the receptionist that is the number one magazine they need to add to their collection. Keep up the great work that is such a value to the community.