Monthly Archives: September 2013

Felton artist Richard Chandler Hoff gives inside look at his inspiration

Felton artist Richard Chandler Hoff published “Inventing History: Cherished Memories of Good Times That Never Happened” to reveal some of the inspiration behind his art.

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Lancaster County native, author Bonnie Siegrist to speak to Women’s Guild of Faith UCC

Lancaster County native and author Bonnie Siegrist will speak to the Women’s Guild of Faith United Church of Christ in York, Pa., on Oct. 13, 2013.

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Manchester Township author Buffy Andrews publishes first in ‘The Yearbook Series’

Manchester Township author and York Daily Record/Sunday News journalist Buffy Andrews releases her first novel, “The Yearbook Series: Gina and Mike.”

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A ‘Breaking Bad’ poetry prompt from Found Poetry Review

So it’s no secret that I love “Breaking Bad,” or that the show loves poetry. In fact, most recently, the writers used the title of a well-known poem to move the plot forward at breakneck speed. In the spirit of … Continue reading

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Booklet covers 100 years of history of The Glen Theatre, Glen Rock Auditorium

Glen Rock historian John Hufnagel compiled a booklet on “Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of The Glen Rock Auditorium,” to be presented during a plaque dedication Sept. 29, 2013.

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Baltimore Book Festival packs in some poetry

If you’re headed south to the Baltimore Book Festival starting today, be sure to check out some of the poetry-related offerings.

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From Page to Projector: ‘Brave New World’

Dan Rorabaugh steps into a ‘Brave New World’ to review Aldous Huxley’s utopian novel and its TV movie adaptation.

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BAM best-sellers for the week of Sept. 21

The best-sellers at the Springettsbury Township Books-A-Million for the week ended Sept. 21, 2013.

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Review of ‘Our Rarer Monsters’ by York’s Noel Sloboda

“Our Rarer Monsters” is one of those books I’ve picked up and flipped through many times, reading a poem here and there, before I actually read it chronologically, cover to cover. Some books you can do that with, and some … Continue reading

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Recently released: ‘Doctor Sleep’ by Stephen King

FlipSide entertainment reporter Erin McCracken previews “Doctor Sleep” by Stephen King in this Sept. 26, 2013, post.

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