Monthly Archives: July 2009

Rain cancels movie

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A yummy cookie

Today I had a 1 p.m. appointment with someone at the York Coffee Company, and my stomach was growling. On the counter, there was a glass case of Confectionately Yours cookies. I’ve heard about this new York cookie biz. I’d … Continue reading

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Free movie AND free 3D glasses

Tomorrow night’s free movie at Kiwanis Lake is “Journey to the Center of the Earth.” Show starts about 8:15 p.m. Bring a blanket or lawn chair. The first 100 to show up get free 3D glasses, according to a news … Continue reading

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Rebuild York update

Paving of several streets in York will start Monday. Paving will start on Linden Avenue from Roosevelt Avenue to Penn Street, then on Madison Avenue from Roosevelt to Newberry Street. Milling work will continue next week on Butler Street,from Pershing … Continue reading

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What’s up with Irish pubs?

In light of the recent Harp and Fiddle news, I couldn’t help but click on this entry on a Baltimore Sun blog. Looks like an Irish pub in Baltimore closed in June, and it’s now for sale on craigslist. What’s … Continue reading

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Upcoming events

Some things coming up: The York Young Professionals are cleaning up Penn Park from 10 a.m. to noon tomorrow (Saturday July 25). According to Twitter, others are welcome to help. A showcase of artists and authors will take place at … Continue reading

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A city Twitter campaign

During my morning Twitter check, I noticed that several of the city people I follow had the following phrase posted: #iloveyorkcity. It seems someone started a campaign to get others to post what they love about the city. The reasons … Continue reading

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Everything takes quarters

My life revolves around whether or not I have quarters. Today, I made two trips into downtown from the office. Most of the time, I park outside my apartment building (where I have a permit to park) and walk wherever … Continue reading

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Tonight’s free movie

Tonight’s free movie is: The Tale of Despereaux. Movies start about 8:15 p.m. at Kiwanis Lake. Bring blankets or lawn chairs. (And Double D’s Dogs will be on site selling hot dogs.)

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Friends of Market meeting Wednesday

My e-mail tells me there’s a meeting of the York Historic Farmers Market Association (the group that’s trying to support Market and Penn Farmers Market) at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Union Lutheran Church, near the market. The group decided to … Continue reading

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