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A Moment with Danene Sorace Part 2

A Moment with Danene Sorace Part 2

After winning the Mayoral Democratic Primary in May, Danene Sorace talks to FLL about what makes her tick, her priorities for the City of Lancaster and the upcoming general election.  Now at the start of the campaign season, this is the second in a series. FLL:  What’s your favorite thing…
How the Stone Independent School is Taking Root in Lancaster City

How the Stone Independent School is Taking Root in Lancaster City

Written by Abby Kirchner  "It really began with this abstract idea that everyone learns best by doing, and everything grew from there,” Mike Simpson, the founder of The Stone Independent School in Lancaster recalls. But the origin story of this unique endeavor actually begins farther north, on a trip that would serve as the inspiration for a new kind…
Downward Facing Dog

Downward Facing Dog

Written by Monica Kirchner If you heard of yoga, you have probably heard of Downward Facing Dog Pose. This popular pose is also known as Adho Mukha Svanasana. Benefits: • Stretches the hands, shoulders, hamstrings calves and arches • Helps relieve stress and calms the mind • Strengthens the arms, legs and…
Private Flood Insurance Gets Traction

Private Flood Insurance Gets Traction

“I’ve lived here for 30 years, and I’ve never seen flooding like this.” That’s a common lament of flood victims, especially those who thought that they lived outside the flood zone of a nearby creek, river, or ocean and who have realized that their homeowner’s policy, condo unit-owner’s policy, renter’s policy or even business…
15 Things You Will Only Understand If You Live In Lancaster

15 Things You Will Only Understand If You Live In Lancaster

Written by Brianna Wiest  When you live in one of the “hidden gems” of the country (as Lancaster is so often affectionately referred) there are just some things you could only really get when you actually take residence among us. Try telling someone from out of town that you’re just “going to market” on Saturday, and…
Why Small Cities Are The New Millennial Dream

Why Small Cities Are The New Millennial Dream

Written by Brianna Wiest In the 2000s, many popular rom coms began with the same plot points: a young, white woman is spearheading her career at an editorial firm in Manhattan, living in a mid-size, centrally located, well-decorated apartment all while suspiciously not stressing over how she’ll pay the brunch bill each Sunday. (The whitewashing and screenwriters’ projection that…
Lancaster Public Library Kicks-Off NEA Big Read

Lancaster Public Library Kicks-Off NEA Big Read

Feature by Leigh Kaliss | Photography by Sollivan Photography Lancaster Public Library and the League of Women Voters of Lancaster County kicked off the NEA Big Read by hosting September’s First Thursday Latino at the library. An initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest, the…
The 12 Most Instagrammable Spots in Lancaster City

The 12 Most Instagrammable Spots in Lancaster City

Whether you’re a tourist swinging through for the afternoon, a transplant getting a feel for the lay of the land, or a local eager to find something new to post, Lancaster City is a treasure trove of historical landmarks, famous destinations, and hidden gems for your Instagram feed. In honor of being…
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