• Seventy-year choir trumpeter John Smith, 88, with niece and 20-year choir veteran Carolyn Weidman.
    The sound of Easter morning

    A Lititz Moravian tradition since 1771 They are a family — literally and physically — and one that documents its roots in generations. They are brass playing musicians — husbands, wives, children, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends...

    • Posted April 12, 2017
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  • Winemaker Jan Waltz uses a wine thief to check on a red wine. Behind him, wines age in toasted French oak barrels. (Photos by the correspondent)
    Waltz wines excite a new generation of wine lovers

    Winemaker Jan Waltz will tell you that quality wines start with quality grapes grown on mature vines in rich, sandy soil. Then the grapes can be harvested, crushed, fermented and aged in toasted French oak barrels. “And...

    • Posted March 29, 2017
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  • A group of young would-be Irish dancers work on their steps at the Hooley School of Irish Dance in Brownstown. They are (left to right)
Arabelle Page, Lancaster; Nora Nephin, Manheim; Eleanor Cavanaugh, Lancaster; Penelope Sheaffer, Lancaster; Harper Whalen, Lancaster;
and Arabelle Myers, Denver. (Photos by Art  Petrosemolo)
    Irish dance showcase at Warwick High School

    For generations, young girls have taken dance lessons and loved it. Ballet and tap, classes with yearly recitals, and frilly dance costumes are all part of many young adults’ and parents’ memories. But who would have guessed...

    • Posted March 15, 2017
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  • Rob Earhart and Kate Hopkins of Roundtable Productions have something new in store for Bube’s
    Meet the minds behind Roundtable Productions

    Creative Lititz company debuts escape room at Bube’s Brewery Meeting Kate Hopkins and Rob Earhart for the first time, you may think you recognize them from somewhere. Chances are you have seen them on stage, enjoyed their...

    • Posted February 8, 2017
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