FlipSide Panel: What are you doing this January weekend around York, Pa.?


Susan Scofield: Friday I will be heading over to Beer Mongers to see what’s on tap and to check out some low down, swampy blues from veteran Muscle Shoals musician Russell Gulley. Saturday I will be home working on submissions for three different upcoming art exhibitions here in York, all of which are pulling me out of my artistic comfort zone, which is very challenging!


Mel Conrad: This Saturday at 7 p.m., My friend Susan Loveland and I will be attending – as we almost always do, The 17th Annual Jazz Vespers Concert in honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. This concert takes place at First Presbyterian Church of York, 225 E. Market St.

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Vince Moley: This weekend, I’m establishing my New Year’s resolutions. I’m working off some extra pounds at the gym and celebrating my grandmother’s 90th birthday.


Lyn Bergdoll: The 72nd Golden Globe Awards will be shown on NBC on Sunday, Jan. 11 at 8 p.m. This event honors the year’s best in film and television. Combining entertainment and fashion, it is pure fun! Could a musical win Best Motion Picture for 2014?


JJ Sheffer: The Imitation Game opens this weekend at Midtown Cinema, and my son and I look forward to seeing it Friday evening. We’re members at MC, so our tickets are always $5. On Saturday, I will attend one of my most beloved annual events: the Jazz Vespers service at First Presbyterian Church, honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Jeff Stabley puts together an awesome roster of jazz musicians. This year’s line-up includes Diane Wilson, Chris Bacas, Tim Warfield, Mack White, and many others and the program will feature an original composition by Ronnie Waters and new work written exclusively for this performance by Carla Christopher. They’ve also added Shawn Beck on turntable. Starts at 7 p.m. Don’t be late, because this is always a standing room-only event. Free will offering will be collected.


Jeff Gochoco: Friday, I’m going to see the Sabrina Duke Trio at Moondancer Winery, from 7-10 p.m.


Kelley Gibson: On Thursday night, I’m going to catch the Le Petit Monster Drawing Rally at YorkArts Gallery at 10 N. Beaver St. A Monster Drawing Rally is a live drawing event. During this mini (le petit) version, 25 artists will create drawings during 25 minute shifts. Completed works will be sold for $25. On Sunday, Jan. 11 at 1 p.m., my princesses and I will ‘Let it Go’ with Elsa, Anna, and Cinderella at the Enchanted Teapot’s One Year Anniversary party at the Red Brick Bakery & Tea Room in Red Lion.


Dillon Samuelson: On Thursday, Jan. 8, I’ll be participating in YorkArts’ “Le Petit Monster Drawing Rally,” a live drawing event celebrating the organization’s 25th anniversary, consisting of 25 artists making pieces of art in 25 minute shifts. The completed works will then be sold for $25 to benefit YorkArts’ fundraising campaign. All are welcome to come watch the event, which takes place at YorkArts on 10 N. Beaver St. from 6 to 8 p.m.


Sue and Mike Edmonds: Sue and I plan to spend the weekend in Philadelphia to attend a holiday party, take in some live jazz and visit the Simeone Foundation Auto Museum. The Simeone is located near the airport and has a very reasonable entry fee ($12) to see their world-class collection of about 70 racing sports cars. This weekend, they are hosting one of their “demo days” so we’ll get to see, hear and smell four cars that they specially selected for their innovative design: 1924 Lancia Lambda, 1937 Cord 812 Supercharged, 1950 Allard J2 and a 1966 Ferrari 356P “Tre Posti” Berlinetta Speciale.

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