Imagine Living Here: 201 East Orange Street

Imagine Living Here: 201 East Orange Street

“It’s the house that everyone wants to see inside,” John Spidaliere, real estate agent at Puffer Morris, tells me as he turns the doorknob which leads into 201 East Orange Street. This particular home actually began on the opposite corner of where it is now located. James Hamilton sold the…
College Row: 40 Days to Personal Revolution

College Row: 40 Days to Personal Revolution

Evolution Power Yoga is hosting a series of one-hour long classes to promote their 40 Days to Personal Revolution. The series will be held at both locations, in Lancaster and in York, from October 6th through November 10th. The program is based on a Baron Baptiste book, and is a…
We the People: First Friday Initiative

We the People: First Friday Initiative

Information provided by The Ware Center The “We the People: First Friday Initiative” begins on Friday, October 7, 2016, from 5:30 – 8:00pm, with programming in honor of Women’s History Month. The Ware Center is located at 42 N. Prince Street, Lancaster. WE THE PEOPLE “We The People: First Friday…
Madison Pontz to Speak on Panel at Millersville University

Madison Pontz to Speak on Panel at Millersville University

On Thursday, October 6, Madison Pontz (FLL Issue 39’s Managing Editor) will be speaking on a panel called “Why Women Run From Office and How That Can Change” at Millersville University. Debuting at 7:00 p.m. in the Lehr Dining Room at the Bolger Conference Center. Dr. Danny Hayes will be…
Ware Center: Wiesenthal One-Man-Play

Ware Center: Wiesenthal One-Man-Play

Information provided by Ware Center On October 5, 2016, at 7:30pm, The Ware Center presents Wiesenthal, a one man play written by and starring Tom Dugan and directed by Jenny Sullivan, which tells the amazing story of one man who dedicated his life to bringing justice to those who persecuted…
Internationally-Acclaimed Pianist to Open at The Trust’s

Internationally-Acclaimed Pianist to Open at The Trust’s

information provided by The Trust World renowned concert pianist, Valerie Tryon will open The Trust Performing Arts Center 16-17 Season on Thursday evening, October 6th at 7:30 PM.  Joining her will be local pianists, Kendra Bigley, Christopher Shih, and Paul Thorlakson.  Enjoy an evening of music by Chopin, Stravinksy, and…
Political Civility in Uncivil Times

Political Civility in Uncivil Times

Election 2016 is shaping up to be one of the nastiest in recent memory. Insults are flying, distortions are rampant, and the tone is harsh. Voters are frustrated and angry, and both presidential candidates have record-high disapproval ratings. Is political civility possible in such a context?   Tuesday evening, October 4th,…
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