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    14 Must-see Film & TV Locations in Pennsylvania

    Lights, camera, action, and happy traveling! Pennsylvania’s charm and iconic destinations make the perfect film locations for the silver screen. From diners and cemeteries to theaters and churches, we’ve got an endless supply of movie (and tv!) magic. The cameras are rolling, so come to Pennsylvania and recreate your own Oscar-worthy production — or simply flaunt your superior pop culture knowledge.

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Celebrate Thanksgiving at a PA Resort

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Gateway Lodge in Cooksburg is offering a special Thanksgiving deal Nov. 22-24 complete with a little rest and relaxation. Spend two nights in a luxurious fireside Jacuzzi suite and dig into their deliciously prepared Thanksgiving meal. Relax in the Great Room next to a roaring fire, indulge in a leisurely soak in your Jacuzzi or take a rigorous hike through Cook Forest — use this getaway to relax however suits you best!

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10 Charming Spots to Shop Local in Pennsylvania

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1. Lawrenceville

One of Pittsburgh’s trendiest neighborhoods, Lawrenceville is booming with local shops and galleries. Stop in for happy hour at a local craft brewery before experiencing the rest of what the neighborhood has to offer. If you have a sweet tooth, you’re in for a treat Dec. 1-3 with Lawrenceville’s Cookie Tour, when local shops and purveyors give away their favorite Pittsburgh traditional cookies.

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