Never Too Late… To Create Something Beautiful
Feb22

Never Too Late… To Create Something Beautiful

by Nancy Duffy, photography by Phil Grout WHO: Hailing from the small western Pennsylvania town of Mt. Washington, Barb Geesey brought her creative spirit to Hanover in the early 60s. Soon after, in 1968, she helped organize the Hanover Area Arts Guild, which provided a place for artists to share the creative process with other artists and the community. “I am the only living founding member,” shares Barb from the living room of her...

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Keeping Time Running
Feb22

Keeping Time Running

by Jeffrey B. Roth DST, 2017, begins at 2 a.m., Sunday, March 12; DST, 2017, ends at 2 a.m., Sunday, November 5. Spring forward (one hour); Fall back, (one hour). This simple mnemonic device originated in the early 20th Century when Daylight Savings Time began to be employed in North America, the United Kingdom and in Europe. Spring and Fall indicate the seasons, while forward and back refer to advancing clocks one hour or reversing...

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Currents – March/April 2017
Feb22

Currents – March/April 2017

Rhinos and Roses Ready to Roll in March Hanover is home to both a minor league football team – the Hanover Rhinos, and a raucous roller derby team – the Black Rose Rollers. Both teams kick off their spring seasons in March. With a history dating back to the 1950’s, the Hanover Rhinos minor league football team kicks off their season March 11 against the Virginia Beach Rhinos (yep, the team shares a mascot with its biggest rival)....

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Vault Theater Company Celebrates Chinese New Year
Feb22

Vault Theater Company Celebrates Chinese New Year

On Jan. 29, the newly formed Vault Theater Company hosted a gala celebration of the Chinese New Year at the Blue Koi restaurant. Proceeds from the event will benefit students in the theater program. To learn more about the Vault Theater Company, visit www.patabs.com/vault-theater  –  photography by Gregory Blank Rex Knechtly, Liz Johnides Victor & Emily Sciukas Jocelyn Meyer Andrew & Justine Trucksess Michael Coffman, Kelly...

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A Clean Sweep
Feb22

A Clean Sweep

by Nancy Duffy Though winter did not seem to wear out its welcome with such mild weather, Spring brings with it many things we love: opening day at the area ballparks, vacation planning, more having more daylight hours to spend outside. Spring encourages us to emerge from our cocoon-like existence and start fresh physically and mentally. Open a new window, open a door One of the first steps of spring cleaning is to make sure our...

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