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  • Lady Escape0

    My best friend is a flight attendant; hence she is quite literally all over the map. So, we don’t get to see each other as often as either of us would like. During the holiday season, her work schedule goes into overdrive, as you can imagine. However, there is a bit of a lull in

  • Thanksgiving Packing0

    No sooner has the hubbub of Halloween settled down then Thanksgiving comes along, and it’s non-stop until New Year’s Day. At least, it feels that way, with it seeming to speed up each year. As we prepare for another Thanksgiving, I, of course, am thinking about what to wear for my family and me. Like

  • Self-Care Schedule0

    Self-care is a term that’s been bantered about for quite some time. It has different meanings for different people. It can and does include mental health, physical well-being, spiritual fortitude, and a sense of safety and security. As we begin to prepare for the rollercoaster of the holiday season, now might be the time to

  • Having A Ghoulishly Safe Halloween This Year0

    Halloween is a joyous and interesting time for the ghouls and goblins who seek to garner a large harvest of candy and other goodies while they Trick-or-Treat. Still, it is important to follow some very necessary safety rules as they proceed during this fun and “spooktacular” time. What follows are some tried and true rules

  • Rainproof Outfits0

    With the recent wet weather and the cloudy days ahead, I’ve been thinking about how best to dress for the rain with a fashionable nod toward fall style. In my mind, wet autumn weather doesn’t mean slacking in style. In fact, I see it as a fashion challenge to look great and stay dry. Plus

  • Skincare Tweaks for Fall0

    After a relentlessly hot and muggy summer, who isn’t welcoming these cooler days of autumn with open arms? But with cozy evenings, sweaters, foliage, and pumpkins, fall can also bring a host of potential skin problems. The combination of chillier weather and central heating can make your skin dry, tight, and sensitive. The lotions and

  • Football’$ Back0

    That old saying about the month of March coming in like a lion has nothing on September, especially if you are a football fan. The calendar’s ninth month entered on the heels of the Little League World Series and produced instant excitement and a few anxious moments for local fans of Penn State and the

  • These Girls Are Still Golden0

    • August 31, 2022

    Who would have guessed the sexual escapades of four mature women would be so hysterical? Who would also have guessed it would be so amusing to watch? Although it’s been 30 years since the unlikely hit show “The Golden Girls” aired its final episode, the sassy sitcom continues to amuse longtime fans while attracting generations

  • Style File: Greaser0

    With the passing of Olivia Newton-John — the ultimate Sandy — I wanted to pay homage to her most popular film, “Grease” and dissect Greaser Style, which has been represented in many films beyond the beloved musical. The first instance of a “greaser” in film is Marlon Brando’s character, Johnny Strabler, in “The Wild One.”

  • A Tale of Two Seasons0

    It’s become somewhat of a common practice in many sports leagues around the country; a season divided into two halves. It’s usually done to create and maintain fan interest, sort of a mid-course correction giving teams in a league new life and enthusiasm. So, if you’ve been involved in a sport for more than 35

  • SPF Makeup0

    As we head into the last weeks of summer before school starts, the heat and humidity are certainly not letting up. Nor is the sunshine. I’m a big advocate for sunscreen and SPF all year long, but especially during summer. I’ve had family members suffer from skin cancer, and while it’s been treatable and everyone’s

  • In the Heat of Things

    In the Heat of Things0

    Whew, wee! These July days aren’t messing around. It is hot, hot, hot! I could do without the humidity, for sure. Now that I have introduced shorts into my wardrobe, I really haven’t minded it all that much. It’s an amazing feeling the difference when not wearing jeans. I didn’t know any better. I didn’t

  • Travel Beauty0

    No matter what type of trip I’m going on, the hardest part of packing for me is toiletries. You have your basic hygiene items like toothpaste, deodorant, and soap. No big deal. Once you get into skincare, hair products, and cosmetics, it can be tricky figuring out your beauty regime “on the road.” In general,

  • Normandy Broaddus Miss Teen PA Follow Up0

    For the third year, the Miss PA USA and Miss Teen PA USA pageants were held in Johnstown. Ultimately, Alexandra Jones was crowned Miss Pennsylvania Teen USA 2022 at Richland Performing Arts Center Grand Finale in Johnstown on Sunday, April 24, 2022. The spotlight wasn’t dimmed at all, however, on local high schooler Normandy Broaddus

  • Isabella Cole Competes in Miss USA Pageant

    Isabella Cole Competes in Miss USA Pageant0

    Lycoming County is turning out to be pageant central. From Sydney Robertson taking Miss PA USA in 2021 to Normandy Broaddus competing in Miss Teen PA USA in 2022. Not to be outdone, 19-year-old Isabella Cole also competed in Miss PA USA this year. Her very first contest! Both Miss Teen PA and Miss PA

  • The Roving Sportsman… Spring Gobbler Youth Hunt0

    This year, in just over a week, the one-day Youth Hunt for spring gobblers will be held on Saturday, April 23rd. It is a day that many young hunters, as well as their adult mentors, have been looking forward to for months. It is held one week prior to the opening of the regular statewide

  • Stay Away From These Skincare Products

    Stay Away From These Skincare Products0

    Trying out new skincare products can be exciting, as well as trepidatious. There’s the hope of seeing the results that were promised, but for those of us who have been led astray in the past, there’s also the fear of wasting money on yet another lotion/potion that doesn’t deliver. There is also the unknown, even

  • Winter Blues0

    There have been birds chirping a lot on our front porch lately. If I close my eyes, it makes it feel like spring. Most of my readers know that I hate hot weather. This girl was born in August but not meant for the August heat. I’m a cooler weather person. I hate the humidity

  • Wood You Be My Valentine?0

    It’s said when it comes to finding love “Every pot has a lid.” If that’s true, I guess that’s why I’m a colander. It’s bad enough being perpetually single 364 days of the year, but being single on Valentine’s Day is like pouring salt in a raw wound and rubbing it with sandpaper while listening

  • Manicure Trends0

    Last week, I went through some upcoming trends for this year, focusing on women’s fashion. However, trends are not limited to clothes; there are also trends in hair, makeup, and beauty. I’ve recently found myself practicing self-care through at-home manicures and began exploring trends in nail color and art. Here’s a rundown of upcoming manicure

  • Foundation0

    Few things are more infuriating to shop for than foundation. The wrong shade can read too light, or dark, or orangey. It can slip and slide, create annoying streaks, it can magnify shine, or exacerbate dryness, and you usually don’t figure out these defects until after you’ve paid for it and worn it for a

  • Fall 2021 Accessories0

    With the whirl of Halloween behind us, and as we gear up for the holiday season ahead, the chill is officially in the air, and you may be finding yourself ready to pull out boots, hats, and scarves as we continue into fall. But functional pieces aren’t the only accessories you can use to mark

  • Ghostly and Ghoulish Happenings and Halloween Safety Tips0

    It is that magical and frightful time when the little ghouls and goblins dwell among us to celebrate the Halloween season. There are various Halloween-themed activities that these Halloweeners can participate in. Trick-or-Treat hours are also set for various area municipalities. Locally, some areas are holding trick-or-treating on Halloween, others have chosen to move it

  • Fall Favorites

    Fall Favorites0

    When it comes to fall, I have so many favorites. Last week we talked about soups. I made that Chili Mac and Cheese for our hayride, and let me tell you; it was hit. We had so many delicious soups. A dozen to be exact. And the pies! Ohhh, the pies. I had to sample

  • MLB Draft League Re-visited0

    With the Major League Baseball regular season coming to a close this week, it afforded an opportunity to sit down with Gabe Sinicropi, the director of marketing & public relations for the Williamsport Crosscutters, to discuss his assessment of the team’s initial season in the MLB Draft League. WW: From your perspective, what is your

  • Clever Storage Ideas for Small Spaces

    Clever Storage Ideas for Small Spaces0

    No matter how cramped and cluttered your living space may be, you can almost always find a spot or two for extra storage. It’s often just a matter of getting creative and utilizing a few clever solutions. Consider these simple ideas to create some extra space in oft-used rooms: Kitchen * Metal rods with hanging

  • It’s the Most Won-BER-ful time of the Year

    It’s the Most Won-BER-ful time of the Year0

    I can’t believe I am sitting here writing for the first week in September. Not only was this the fastest and most busiest summer I have ever lived, but this whole year just has seemed to sail by. These next four months are my absolute favorite. Septem-BER, Octo-BER, Novem-BER, and of course, Decem-BER! I love

  • UPMC Expert: Hyperbaric Treatment for Wound Healing0

    Have you ever heard of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)? Chances are you may be familiar with this treatment for divers as decompression sickness, which often occurs among deep sea divers, is one of the most common conditions treated and has been for over 80 years. But did you know that it is also useful for

  • Essential Summer Skin Care Tips

    Essential Summer Skin Care Tips0

    Protecting and caring for skin should be part of people’s year-round health care regimens. Such an approach can help people look their best and also uncover any minor issues before they escalate into something more significant. National Geographic says adults can carry eight pounds and 22 square feet of skin on their bodies. Skin guards

  • Warm Weather Fashion Mistakes0

    With spring in full swing and summer here before you know it, you’ve already probably started switching out your cold-weather clothes for warm-weather apparel. Goodbye overcoats, hello flip-flops! Chunky knits can take a long-awaited break and give their lighter-weight colleagues a turn at keeping your shoulders covered. With this closet switcheroo, it’s a good time

  • A Mother’s Love Can Change the World

    A Mother’s Love Can Change the World0

    God had a plan for women. This included the most important aspect for carrying on life in the mortal world — the ability to bear and nurture children. Only a woman can experience the complete creation of being, from the very beginning, to feeling that first kick, to bringing the miracle of life into the

  • No Cost Beauty Hacks0

    What is that old saying, “necessity is the mother of invention”? I’d like to put a twist on this and put forth that “a broken nail is the mother of a beauty hack.” Being stuck at home here the past year, I’ve come to rely on some out-of-the-box DIY beauty hacks from nails, to makeup,

  • As Not Seen On TV0

    The United States of America is not the racist hate land as portrayed by the major news networks, elected officials, and groups using this issue to segregate and create division. I have not seen, read, or heard anyone condoning Derek Chauvin or the officers involved in the taking of George Floyd’s life. I have witnessed


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