Off the Beaten Path

Pinpoint: Pennsylvania is a travel and lifestyle magazine for the people and written by the people of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

It is a hiker’s collection of favorite trails in the state. It is a foodie’s review of a little-known gem of a fine dining restaurant. It is a photographer’s unique point of view of historic state landmarks. It is a collection of passionately shared memories and experiences from people just like you.

In each issue, go off the beaten path as we discover new experiences and gain different perspectives on the familiar, in areas where Pennsylvania’s offerings are rich, including Arts & Entertainment, Family Fun, Food & Drink, History, Outdoors, and Unique Places

What’s in a Name? – Vinoski Winery

Sometimes names are much bigger than the letters that form them. They not only shape our past, but also shape our future. For Walt Vinoski, and his family, you could say that his surname has created their destiny. […]

Artisans of PA – Linelle Grosick, Buttercups Bows

Superman has his Fortress of Solitude. Batman has his Batcave. Linelle Grosick has her Bow Lair. Tired of buying hairbows for her two daughters, Linelle decided to start making her own. Pairing her favorite […]

Shake It Up, Baby!

Donna’s Diner In Sharon, PA mixes classic and modern American dishes to create an eclectic menu in a fun retro setting. Even though I was born after the heyday of the diner era, a love of hearty home-cooked food and […]

New Vision for Lawrence County

Make sure to mark your calendars to enjoy toe-tapping and seat dancin’ music from the region’s talented musicians at the annual free Summer Concert Series hosted by New Visions for Lawrence County! Select Friday nights throughout the summer, downtown New Castle will play host to this region’s talented artists and activities for all ages. The […]

Paddle the Clarion River, Pennsylvania’s 2019 River of the Year

This January, Pennsylvanians overwhelmingly voted in the Clarion River as the state’s 2019 River of the Year. The Clarion River meanders through the narrow valleys and hardwood forests of the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors region for 110 miles, […]

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