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16 New Year’s Resolutions in PA

Expand Your Horizons We’re named “Penn’s Woods” for a reason: more than 50 percent of...

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This November Celebrate Lincoln and his words that healed the nation

On Nov. 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln stood and spoke to those gathered on the Gettysburg Battlefield to dedicate the Soldiers’ National Cemetery. As this year marks the 155th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, it’s the perfect time to explore the events and places with a connection to...

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14 Must-Visit Markets to Assemble your Thanksgiving Meal

1. Central Market York Shopping List Item: Artisanal Cheeses and Meats Conrad's Deli | Central Market First things first: DYK that Thanksgiving was declared a national holiday in York? So there’s no better way to kick off the full Thanksgiving meal than...

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Night of the Living Dead 50th Anniversary Events

1. Scarehouse Get up close and personal with hordes of the walking dead at ScareHouse, one of the scariest haunted houses in the nation. The new Pittsburgh zombies’ attraction is the perfect place to give yourself a fright while celebrating George Romero’s legacy. When: Sept. 14-Nov. 3...

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13 Not-So Spooky Haunts for Kids This Halloween

Elmwood Park Zoo Norristown Celebrate Halloween all month long during Boo at the Zoo at Elmwood Park Zoo in Norristown. Each Saturday and Sunday in October, children are encouraged to dress up in their best costumes and bring their trick-or-treat bag for an afternoon of fun. Northern Star...

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Celebrate Your Pride in PA

Pittsburgh kicks off the Keystone State’s Pride celebrations in a big way with the 10-day This is Me Pittsburgh PRIDE 2018 festival June 1-10. Get ready to bring your rainbow flags and dust off your dancing shoes for Ready. Set. Pride! A VIP ticket gets you complimentary beverages all night, plus...