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Category Archives: Cheap Eats
FlipSide and Gametime were at the York Jewish Community Center today as part of the Jewish Food Festival. Doors were open from noon to 4 p.m. Thanks for those who stopped by and said hi! See our Instagrams from the … Continue reading
You might not realize it, but York is turning into a foodie town. Locals – not all, but some – are branching out from the burgers-and-fries-as-cuisine mentality and embracing new culinary frontiers. My final confirmation came last month. Jon Scallion … Continue reading
When I interviewed Martin Virga this spring in his Shrewsbury Township brewing room — Gunpowder Falls Brewing — he said that he was hoping to bring some food trucks to his tasting room. Gunpowder Falls, which opened in November 2012, … Continue reading
FlipSide guide 6/27/13: 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, Woof and Wine event, Harry Connick Jr.
Find out what’s up this weekend. Find more events in our newsletter. 150th anniversary of Gettysburg: – Prepare for the local Civil War anniversary celebrations with the York County Heritage Trust’s “The Fiery Trial: York County’s Civil War Experience,” set … Continue reading
Find out what’s up this weekend. Read more in our newsletter. Music: – New Hope School of the Arts is holding a Senior Showcase 7 to 9 tonight at the Capitol Theatre, 50 N. George St., York. – The East … Continue reading
Find out what’s up this weekend. Read more in our newsletter. – Check out what’s happening on New Year’s Eve in local communities, venues and bars. Last chance – Saturday is the closing event for the “Front Porch to Front … Continue reading
Find out what’s up this weekend. Read more in our newsletter. Music: – Kenny G performs 7:30 tonight at the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center, 50 N. George St., York. [$42, $51 and $58] Check out more weekend holiday shows and … Continue reading
Find out what’s up this weekend. Read more in our newsletter. Meet us: See you 7:30 to 10:30 tonight for the “Breaking Dawn — Part 2″ premiere at Frank Theatres in York Township. Bring a canned good for the chance … Continue reading
Find out what’s up this weekend. Read more in our newsletter. At the Strand-Capitol: – Capitol Cinema presents “Sleepwalk With Me” 7 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at the Capitol Theatre. [$7] – See Dru Hill Unmasked 7:15 p.m. … Continue reading
Find out what’s up this weekend. Read more in our newsletter. Festivals: – Vote for the best entries to the Manhattan Short Film Festival 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at the Capitol Theatre, 50 N. George … Continue reading