Monthly Archives: June 2010

Your thoughts on coleslaw?

Remember how Dianne promised us her buttermilk slaw recipe awhile back, while we were talking about barbecue? Well, she sent it to me almost right away, but I’ve been slow to post it – that’s my fault! The good news … Continue reading

Posted in Things we eat | 2 Comments

Everybody goes to Gino’s, because Gino’s is the place to go!

Lots and lots of thoughts have come up about former restaurant Gino’s, and I wanted to bring this up for further discussion, though admittedly it was before my time! (Background: Read more about Gino’s over on York Town Square. And … Continue reading

Posted in It used to be..., Local memories | 8 Comments

ABCs of York County: Y winner, and vote for the best Z

So the winner for the best Y of York County is… York Barbell and the “York Barbell Man! This was suggested by many people… Mark, Mike and Dianne among them; Linda H. was specifically interested in the Barbell Man, who … Continue reading

Posted in ABCs of York County, Central/Eastern | 1 Comment

Reader photo: Henry Clark farm

Another reader photo of an “Only in York County” sight: What: The Henry Clark farm in Warrington Township By: Dianne Bowders of York Township Something unusual: Dianne writes: “Henry Clark (1713-1797) and wife Elizabeth Underhill Clark, of Chester County, arrived … Continue reading

Posted in Northern/West Shore, Reader photos | Comments Off on Reader photo: Henry Clark farm

Names of York: Loretta Claiborne

More in the ongoing series on the Names of York. Place: Loretta Claiborne Building, South George Street in York Who was it named after? Claiborne, who was born mentally retarded and legally blind and who went on to become a … Continue reading

Posted in Names of York, York City/Suburban | 1 Comment