Manitowoc Minute host Charlie Berens is alive from the EAA Museum in Oshkosh talking Chevy Chase road rage, cougar sightings and ax throwing bars. Keep 'er m...
POPnology at the Museum of Science
Experience a fusion of science fiction and science fact in the Museum's newest temporary exhibition celebrating and exploring the greatest works of innovation and imagination in history!
The 20 Best Places to Eat Pizza Right Now
If you’re not a pizza snob now, you will be by the time you finish reading this.
The Historical Organizations of Lycoming County (HOLC)
The Historical Organizations of Lycoming County (HOLC) is a group of multi-disciplinary partners dedicated to preserving and interpreting local history. Their mission is to enhance public awareness, encourage community engagement, support preservation action and promote heritage education. They meet four times a year, providing each member the opportunity to visit the archives of that museum and go through the museum itself, providing members firsthand experience of what it’s like to visit Members include Blooming Grove Historical Society and Cemetery Association, East Lycoming Historical Society, General Burrows Historical Society of Montoursville, Jersey Shore Historical Society, Lycoming College Archives, Lycoming County Genealogical Society, Lycoming County Women’s History Collection, Montgomery Area Historical Society, Muncy Historical Society/Heritage Park and Nature…
A Culture Vulture’s Guide to Santa Fe
There’s no one right way to describe Santa Fe. It’s the capital of New Mexico, the oldest state capital in the U.S., and the country’s third-largest art market -- behind New York and Los Angeles. Spanish for Holy Faith, Santa Fe might be better known, though, for its self-proclaimed slogan, the “City Different.” And the destination, which is perched 7,000 above sea level, irrefutably does things differently. It’s certainly historic -- visitors can get a glimpse into its storied past while stopping by several neighborhoods, especially the downtown Plaza area and Railyard District, seeing its museums, tackling its nature trails, and simply by chatting up the friendly locals. It packs in flavor, too -- you may…
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
Beyond Energy to Synergy
Todd Jones, a high voltage lineman, provided this first-person account of working on the Marcy South Series Compensation Project. NYPA’s managers knew they had the talent on staff and much of the...
What TeenVogue Doesn’t Want You to Know About Your Guns Rights
As a teenager growing up in north central Florida, Teen Vogue was one of my favorite magazines. It spoke to my interest in design and…
Is your family torn over having Mexican food, Chinese food or Hawaiian food? Well, this SPAM® Musubi taco is sure to please everyone. It’s a trifecta of flavor with Chinese sausage, a soy glaze and of course, glorious SPAM® Classic Submitted by SPAM® fan Huy Nguyen, Washington, DC 30 min 17 ingredients Kewpie mayo Sushi rice (cook per instructions on package) Pickled Daikon & Carrots Soy Glaze 1.Slice ½ daikon radish and 2 carrots into julienne strips. 2.Mix 1½ cup sugar, 1½ cup vinegar, 4½ cups water together in a large bowl to create a pickle solution. 3.Submerge daikon radish and carrots into bowl of pickle solution. 4.Store in refrigerator for 1 hour. 5.In a small saucepan combine ½ cup soy sauce, ½ cup mirin, 1/3 cup sugar. 6.Bring to boil and reduce…
Dinosaur Finds Halt Construction at Crystal Bridges
Bentonville — As workers were making improvements to Crystal Bridges’ trails last week, an unexpected discovery forced them to halt all construction while
Photos: Hat Day 2017
Les Chapeaux Dans le Jardin, or Hat Day, was held on Friday, May 5, 2017 at Franklin Park Conservatory.