Monthly Archives: August 2008

I missed it.

Yesterday was the last day for the Box Lunch Revue concerts downtown at Cherry Lane. And once again, I didn’t get there all summer.

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Things I’ve noticed …

A few things I’ve noticed recently around town … Intown Coffee opened in the square.  I haven’t been in yet, but it’s situated in the northeast corner. Not sure how long they’ve been open. I noticed a week or so … Continue reading

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Roosevelt update

On Friday, I was thrilled to see crews that appeared to be filling in the ruts on Roosevelt Avenue. Utility work has been going on there all summer to prepare for improvements, including paving, on the street. It’s been pretty … Continue reading

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YWCA’s new digs

     I just noticed today that there are YWCA signs hanging on the old Spanish American Center building at 200 E. Princess St.     I’m not sure when these signs appeared, but the YWCA bought the building in May. The … Continue reading

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An introduction …

Since this blog is brand new, I thought it might be a good idea to explain how I wound up in the city. I moved to York to work at the Daily Record in 2006, after living in various parts … Continue reading

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Stay off the sidewalks

Has anyone else noticed the bright shiny signs pointing out that you aren’t allowed to ride your bicycle on city sidewalks?

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Nightly noise-makers

    I was thrilled to hear that on a recent Saturday night, some York City Police officers cracked down on the people who cruise up Market Street every weekend. They arrested 20 people for cruising or noise violations.     Every … Continue reading

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Things you see on Queen Street …

    Tonight, my friends and I arrived home around midnight after going to see“Pineapple Express” (which I thought was amusing, but a little long).        As my friend parked the car, we were slightly alarmed to see some young men … Continue reading

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Sounds of the city

    I spent a recent weekend at my parents’ house in western Maryland, where I grew up. (And when I say western Maryland, I really mean western, as in Allegany County.)     My parents’ house is the last one on … Continue reading

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