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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Phasers on Stun: How the Making (and Remaking) of Star Trek Changed the World” by Ryan Britt

    The Bookworm Sez: “Phasers on Stun: How the Making (and Remaking) of Star Trek Changed the World” by Ryan Britt0

    Every day, you like to go where no one has gone before. To the supermarket, to your bedroom down the hall, to your desk or workstation, even if you were just there, you like to make your journey a little bit different. Change is good, and in the new book “Phasers on Stun” by Ryan

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  • Food Cost

    Food Cost0

    I’m one of those few people who LOVE to grocery shop. I enjoy walking up and down the isles to see what goodies I can find and prepare my family for the next two weeks of meals. The only time I don’t like going to the grocery store is when it’s too busy, and you

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  • Classic Summer Accessories0

    With summer in full swing, the idea of accessorizing may just be a bit too much to handle in the heat. Who wants to think about — let alone wear — layers of jewelry, tight belts, and uncomfortable shoes, all for the sake of a “look” on a sweltering day? However, the right accessories can

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  • Benefits of Beach-Walking0

    My wife and I recently took our children on a much-needed vacation to the shore. While preparing to go on vacation can be more stressful than actually staying at work for me, I eventually get myself into vacation mode and really look forward to taking some time off. This is partly due to one of

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  • Special Gifts to Make Dad Smile0

    Father’s Day brings a special opportunity each year to celebrate the dad in your life, whether it’s spent lighting a grill in the backyard, heading to the golf course or simply relaxing at home. Make his day one to remember by enjoying his favorite activities and giving a gift that’ll put a grin on his

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  • A Quartet for Brett: In Memory of a Local Movie Maven0

    Cinema lost a good friend last month. Brett S. Harrison, who lived in Philadelphia during recent years but grew up in Williamsport, passed away at age 62 in May. Older readers may recall the local Harrison Brothers Meat Packing business, co-owned by Brett’s beloved father, Donald — or perhaps Brett’s years of film criticism for

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  • Different Ways to Treat Dad for Father’s Day0

    The month of June is filled with many different celebrations. Once summer arrives in June, schools shut down for a few month’s worth of vacation and most recreational attractions, such as amusement parks and boardwalks, begin operating at full capacity. June also is the month to show dads how much they are loved and appreciated.

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Weird But True! Know-It-All Rocks & Minerals” by Michael Burgan0

    It wasn’t a very good trip. You caught the toe of your shoe on a rock, and you skinned your knee when you tried not to fall. Came down hard on your elbow, too, hurt your shoulder as you went, and you almost did a face-plant. You tripped; it wasn’t good but if you read

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  • Be a Leader, Not a Follower0

    Be a Leader, Not a Follower Love Dad That’s what is tattooed on my left arm in my dad’s handwriting. Growing up, my dad, Lee Perry, taught my brother Luke and me always to lead the pack. Don’t ever try to be someone you’re not. Be your own person, and make people want to follow

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  • First Annual Riverfest0

    On a cold day this past winter, Orlando Rodriguez with Rich Port Adventure Company and Laura Kitner from TK TacKle were discussing a plan to organize a Youth Kayak Safety Course this summer. After reaching out to Laurel Green with Montgomery Parks and Recreation for a location, a simple safety course for the kids quickly

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  • Moving Forward 2.00

    I previously wrote an article titled, Moving Forward. The article was based on a story, which has been on my mind a lot recently, about Dean Furness, who was an analytic consultant for Wells Fargo. Furness was a very middle-class person; very average in every way. He was from the midwest and was married with

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  • Imagine – 50 Years Have Flown By0

    “Imagine” — that famous song by the late John Lennon formed the backdrop for the 50th Class reunion a few weekends ago for the then Bishop Neumann High School and had sparked the “imagination” of 62 idealistic young men and women as we prepared to fly from the nest of a seemingly utopian high school

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