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Check out the next chapters of some of your favorite YRK Magazine stories, and get to know other individuals and businesses shaping the face of York, PA.
Mar 2
Mar 2

Goodbye Snow Boots, Hello Sunshine: 3 Boutiques With Can’t-Miss Spring Fashions

Although Winter Storm Stella had other plans for our area last week, the search for this year’s spring fashion trends is on. Fortunately, you don’t have to go far beyond York and York County for inspiration. Discover the following three must-visit boutiques for this season’s can’t-miss fashions. Indigo Bleu Located on West Philadelphia Street, Indigo […]

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Mar 4
Mar 4

8 Emerging Creative Art and Music Venues in York

It’s no secret that artistic talent pumps through the veins of York city, but there may be more to York’s art and music scenes than meets the eye. With new creative art and music venues popping up continually, you might find it hard keeping up with the new additions. Explore the following eight must-see emerging […]

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Mar 4
Mar 4

New Grounds for Community Gatherings

Here’s where award-winning coffee and savory meals satisfy more than our appetites. In addition to filling bellies with hot drinks, signature sandwiches and vegan-friendly treats like Z Wild cookies and homemade mac-n-cheese, New Grounds Roasting Co. has a way of satisfying the soul. The New Grounds Personality From live music to charity events and boxing […]

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Jan 6
Jan 6

Using York’s History to Revitalize Its Future

College courses teach students about history, but rarely does a course allow students to use history to build a revitalized future. This spring, students from York College of Pennsylvania (YCP) will partner with leaders in downtown York and immerse themselves in the work of revitalizing York. YCP’s new Economics of Urban Revitalization course will provide […]

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Dec 4
Dec 4

Development Follows the Food: Downtown York and York College Partner to Enhance City’s Culinary and Hospitality Scene

When we think of hospitality, we often think of warm welcomes and full stomachs, but there’s much more to hospitality than simply serving food and pouring drinks. Hospitality professionals plan, design and manage events to create unforgettable experiences. Behind the doors of 59 E. Market St., York College of Pennsylvania’s (YCP) new home for the […]

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Nov 4
Nov 4

Giving Thanks and Giving Back: How York Does #GivingTuesday

’Tis the season for giving. After indulging in the homecooked delicacies of Thanksgiving and the consumer rush of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the charitable part of the giving season is here, #GivingTuesday. The Story of #GivingTuesday Each year, on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, a worldwide movement promoting philanthropy takes place, #GivingTuesday (Giving Tuesday). #GivingTuesday […]

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Sep 2
Sep 2

Beauty in Abundance

Writer Michael Vyskocil | Photographer Eric Forberger It’s been a rough summer for your skin. You’ve soaked in the pool, sweated on your morning runs and absorbed perhaps a bit too many rays than you intended. At Blossom Med Spa in York, medical aesthetician and owner Megan Dalton and her team deliver a range of chemical peel […]

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Sep 1
Sep 1

Empowered to Eat and Live Well

Writer Michael Vyskocil | Photographer Eric Forberger Located on a 60-acre, chemical-free farm in the village of  Stoverstown, York County, Sonnewald  Natural Foods is  an easy 15-minute drive  from downtown York. Established in 1955  by the parents of  co-owner Willa  Lefever, Harold “Tim” and Grace, this 8,000-square-foot family-owned business  is  one of the longest  continually operating  natural food […]

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Jul 2
Jul 2

Kable House Presents Preps for Third Season

Twenty-six shows and an audience of more than 2,600 people total … these figures put the highlights on the first two seasons of Kable House Presents. Now, its organizers are prepping for a third season of the concert series, with bookings in the works for fall and winter performances. The new season kicks off Saturday, Sept. […]

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May 3
May 3

This Sole Is Sweet: The Haines Shoe House

Writer Michael Vyskocil Photographer Eric Forberger Looking at this fantastical creation, you might say a wizard must have been at work here. This house is just that sort of fantasy; Mahlon Haines was just that sort of wizard. An undisputed legend in the late 1940s era of shoes sales, Haines “The Shoe Wizard” never settled for mediocrity, both in business and personal pursuits. While Haines […]

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