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In 1982, long before the concept of viral videos became part of our collective vernacular, a commercial took the people of Pennsylvania by storm. For most Pennsylvanians, the Eat’n Park Christmas tree commercial is one of the longest standing...
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 [...]
On March 15 and 16, make your way to the Park Inn in Clarion for the 10th annual Clarion River Jam Bluegrass Festival, a much-anticipated celebration of Appalachian music that gathers hundreds of talented players from around the region. [...]
For proof that the best things in life are free, it doesn’t take more than a late spring or summertime visit to the magnificent rose garden at Renziehausen Park located in McKeesport, Pennsylvania just outside of Pittsburgh.
By the time Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his stump at sunrise last February 2, I had been standing in the cold on Gobbler’s Knob for nearly four hours, eagerly awaiting this moment. Roughly 18,000 others surrounded me there, and...
Nestled at the edge of the Allegheny National Forest, in the City of Bradford, is a new museum honoring Marilyn Horne, a small-town girl who became an internationally acclaimed opera star.
Born in Georgia on an old Native American quarry, Jason Harper has always had an interest in primitive skills. He tinkered with flintknapping in college but found it a very difficult skill to master. [...]

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