Currents – September/October 2015
Sep10

Currents – September/October 2015

Lonestar Concert Sunday, October 4; 7 p.m. Known for merging their country roots with strong melodies and rich vocals, Lonestar has achieved ten #1 country hits including “No News,” “Come Crying To Me,” and their crossover smash “Amazed.” Tickets start at $42. The Eichelberger Performing Arts Center, 195 Stock St. Visit www.theeich.org for more information. Halloween at Codorus State Park...

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Brothers On The Field
Sep10

Brothers On The Field

by Rebekah Cartwright, photography by Craig Borucki It’s the lights. It’s the sound of the fans cheering from the stands. It’s the jolt of adrenaline and the feeling of cleats striking grass. It’s what two teams of young men, their coaches and a community of thousands have been waiting for all week. It’s Friday night football, and it’s a local tradition. On a typical Friday night, a crowd of more than 1,000 people come out to Sheppard...

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A Spirited Town
Sep10

A Spirited Town

by Nancy Duffy, photography by Amy McIntyre Devilbiss With the change of season comes a change in conversation. Stories about beach vacations, late summer nights, and the “one that got away” fishing tales are replaced with stories of cross-town football rivalries, harvest festivals and, of course, Halloween. Gettysburg may have ghosts, but Hanover has its own stories to tell. Since its beginning, when Hanover was “laid out in 1763...

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Ghoulishly Good Halloween Foods
Sep10

Ghoulishly Good Halloween Foods

by Michael Vyskocil, photos by Tara Hope Cofiell It’s a night of festive pageantry, scary and surprising touches, and foods that can make you scream. When you think about Halloween, what usually comes to mind are the traditional tricks and treats of the sugar-coated kind É caramel apples, peanut brittle and candy by the trick-or-treat truckload. But this year, why not try something a little more elaborate for celebrating Halloween?...

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Inside the Ring
Sep10

Inside the Ring

“Pop, pop, pop …” murmurs Joe Dressel, almost unknowingly, while demonstrating how to strike the bag in front of him. “This double-end bag is used to practice head-movement,” explains Dressel, with the perfect mix of certainty and enthusiasm. There is no mistaking Joe is in the business of boxing, which makes owning the Hanover Boxing Club on Carlisle Street since 2013 his dream come true. “This is where the magic happens,” Dressel...

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