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The Harrisburg Senators: A Home-Run for Families and Fans The Harrisburg Senators: A Home-Run for Families and Fans

By Courtney Clark

Baseball is known as America's favorite pastime. The whole experience ? complete with stadium food, fellow sports fans, and cheering ? is what makes baseball games fun. At Metro Bank Park, locals can watch the Harrisburg Senators play in the Minor Leagues.

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Discover Harrisburg's Firefighting Heritage Discover Harrisburg's Firefighting Heritage

By Allison Wilson

In Harrisburg, a Victorian firehouse built in 1899 houses the Pennsylvania National Fire Museum. Check out its unique collection of fire engines, tools, stovepipe hats, and more!

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From Costume Galas to Pet Psychics: The Art Association of Harrisburg, PA From Costume Galas to Pet Psychics: The Art Association of Harrisburg, PA

By Robert Dellamano

The Art Association of Harrisburg mounts 50 art exhibitions a year and holds an annual ball for Mardi Gras. It even hosts visits by a fine art consultant and a pet psychic.

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Susquehanna Art Museum: Harrisburg Museum Finds a Home Susquehanna Art Museum: Harrisburg Museum Finds a Home

By Allison Wilson

For 25 years, Harrisburg's Susquehanna Art Museum has moved from home to home around Harrisburg, sharing and renting space. Now, it finally has a permanent home in the Keystone Trust Building on "education row-" fitting for an institution that places so much emphasis on art education

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Philadelphia Nonprofit Leads Effort to End Domestic Violence Philadelphia Nonprofit Leads Effort to End Domestic Violence

By Allison Wilson

Each year, about 2,000 visits to Philadelphia emergency rooms will likely made by women who are assaulted by a spouse, ex-spouse, boyfriend or ex-boyfriend. Women Against Abuse works to both provides services to victims of domestic violence and to prevent this kind of abuse from happening in the first place through advocacy and community education.

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A Songbird Sisterhood in the City of Brotherly Love: Philadelphia's Anna Crusis Choir A Songbird Sisterhood in the City of Brotherly Love: Philadelphia's Anna Crusis Choir

By Kelly Gallagher

Named after the Greek word, "anacrusis"- the moment of anticipation when a singer takes a breath- the Anna Crusis women's choir is guided by its beliefs in diversity, empowerment, and social justice. Repertoire ranges from classical pieces to jazz to music from the Balkans.

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Appreciating the Beauty in Custom Decks: An Interview with Donald Tomlins of Decked Out by Don Appreciating the Beauty in Custom Decks: An Interview with Donald Tomlins of Decked Out by Don

By Don Tomlins

Donald Tomlins lets us know the work that goes into creating a truly beautiful deck

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HVAC Installation 101: An Interview with Karen McCafferty of Sterling Mechanical Services, Inc. HVAC Installation 101: An Interview with Karen McCafferty of Sterling Mechanical Services, Inc.

By Karen McCafferty

karen McCafferty walks us through the process of installing a HVAC system in your home

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 SquashSmarts: SquashSmarts: "It Takes a Village" to Make a Difference for Urban Youth

By Jim Caton

As quirky as it may sound, a program that recruits middle-school students to pledge a seven-year commitment to playing squash after school has, for fifteen years, helped the School District of Philadelphia's underserved children find purpose- and accomplish more than many of them had thought possible.

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Philadelphia-Area Emergency Relief Team Focuses on Assisting Household Pets Philadelphia-Area Emergency Relief Team Focuses on Assisting Household Pets

By Kelly Gallagher

Household pets are often left without shelter or veterinary care in the wake of tragedy. That's not the case in Philadelphia, where Red Paw Emergency Relief is an official part of the city's emergency response system.

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