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Brendan O'Meara

Thirty years ago, Williamsport Minor League catcher Dave Bresnahan threw a potato in a game, and it hasn’t landed yet. more

People & Life

WETM forecaster Chip Maxham overcame a stutter to become a star, with a little help from a Godzilla character. more

People & Life

Mystery solved...Mansfield officially lays claim to bringing the first night game to light. more

People & Life

Great-great-great-grandson Will Madison recreates the naturalist's solo Adirondack canoe trip. more

People & Life

A new generation marries in the Finger Lakes, the hot new wedding destination. more

People & Life

On this magazine’s tenth anniversary, we highlight ten great things the Twin Tiers gave to the world, from Mark Twain and Ernie Davis to night football, camping, the Main Street revival, fiber optics, and women’s rights. more

People & Life

Celia and her harp

Karen Kmetz

A Wellsboro nurse’s journey to the Valley of Death and back. more

People & Life

English Channel swimming Bridgett Hobart Janeczko takes on the Finger Lakes to promote her alma mater. more

People & Life

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Elizabeth Young

Theater, music, and a new arts center adorn the classic “Our Town.” more

Arts & Leisure

The Coolidges

Mitch Wojnarowicz / Bridget Reed Photography

Tioga County farmer & politician Erick Coolidge and his family keep dairy farming alive. more

People & Life

Seventy years ago in Roseville, four-year-old Alene York fell down a well... more

People & Life

Catery

Elizabeth Young

Maverick (left) and friends are in East Smithfield and Wellsboro, at the Animal Care Sanctuary more

People & Life

NYC’s Bleecker Co. returns to the Deane Center with the Tennessee Williams Classic. more

Arts & Leisure

Painting through love and loss, Vestal rising star Joseph Q. Daily finds his voice more

Arts & Leisure

Pennsylvania’s best maple producers – cooking happiness this month – share their recipes. more

Food & Drink

Once there were brook trout in the streams in the mountains. You could see them standing in the amber current where the white edges of their fins wimpled softly in the flow. They smelled of moss in your hand. Polished and muscular and torsional. more

Outdoors

Nature's Palette

By Bernadette Chiaramonte

When April winds arrive, and the soft rains patter onto the awaiting Earth, small white heads of bloodroot, nestled among the dried leaves, stand at attention among the ragged, wooded roadsides. I am as fascinated by the green capes that wrap them so gracefully as I am by the blossoms themselves.