Red Lion’s Wanda Tyson has spent a lifetime collecting antique salt and pepper shakers. But sometimes it’s hard to find shakers filled with salt and pepper at enjoyable meals in her home.
Ever heard the phrase, “Want to see how the sausage is made?” Usually people are referencing a scene that may gross the viewer out. However, this article will literally show you sausage being made. York County’s long history of growing our own food One hundred years ago, Yorkers raised their own
Two things I love – history and beer – are now available at Stony Run Brew house on East Market Street. Opening just five months ago, the brew house has a full dinner menu and about a dozen hand-crafted and house-made beers. I recommend the York City Pretzel Bites and
For five years, Crossfit York operated out the steam plant building. With the history center building their museum at that location, Crossfit York had to move. Walking into the new Crossfit York space, I could feel the energy as athletes worked to finish “Cash-in Karen” — a mile run then
History is about the network of people who add to the culmination of moments. Hundreds of thousands of choices and actions pile and layer, creating a county’s culture. How do you go about displaying that history? What items and stories are worthy of a heritage site? As a history teacher,
This is the second part of a story about Wyndridge Farm. Please check out the first part: How beer gets from the brewery to the bottle – a York County bottling history. Bottles out, cans in Today, more breweries are turning to canned products instead of glass bottles. Wyndridge Farm near
When I asked COO Taylor Groff why Wyndridge Farms picked a fox as its iconic brand, he told me, “It’s a York County thing.” Just like on my farm in Seven Valleys, the land where Wyndridge is located provides the habitat for many wildlife animals such as turkeys, squirrels, deer,
Over lunch one day in November, a few friends and I were talking about our favorite craft beers. I tend to stick with the wheat beers such as Crystal Ball’s Jamaican Wheat, but I’ll try almost any beer once. One of my friends said, “Kinsley! I didn’t know you liked
One of the reasons I look for events happening in York is to get a glimpse inside a building or business. I don’t consider it being nosy, I just like to learn more about the ins-and-outs of the architecture in our county. On Dec. 19, Downtown Inc held an open
A woman posted a video on the Poultry Keepers of York Facebook Group of her day-old chick chirping in a strange way, looking for advice on cause and treatment. Another member of the community asked her if the peep may have swallowed something that could have stuck in its throat.