Local religious leader hosts community discussion on the causes, effects and solutions to anti-Semitism

The discussion, which was held on a Friday evening, was preceded by a Sabbath service that included readings and commentary that were specifically selected to introduce first-time attendees to the synagogue and Judaism. Continue reading Local religious leader hosts community discussion on the causes, effects and solutions to anti-Semitism

Erie-based filmmaker shoots ‘grindhouse-action-women-in-prison-biker-martial-arts’ movie in Chambersburg’s Old Jail

Not only will Chambersburgers recognize the set of “Hellcat’s Revenge II: Deadman’s Hand” (the Old Jail scenes represent more than half of the film), but they might also see people they know performing as extras. Continue reading Erie-based filmmaker shoots ‘grindhouse-action-women-in-prison-biker-martial-arts’ movie in Chambersburg’s Old Jail

The ‘rawsome’ power of Hope: Undone Kombucha celebrates two years

When Hope Bigler officially launched Undone Kombucha in March 2017, she admittedly didn’t have all of the answers. But with lots of energy, hard work and the support of those around her, she has dealt with every problem and overcome every obstacle that she has encountered. Continue reading The ‘rawsome’ power of Hope: Undone Kombucha celebrates two years

No shooter, no shot: The abstract nature photography of R. K. Dickson

The 10,000 miles, the 1,000 compositions — brutally whittled down to the 39 that constituted the exhibit — and the subsequent month and a half in the dark room were all components of a larger sabbatical experiment proposed by Dickson to explore how creativity works and how these findings can be implemented into Wilson College’s fledgling MFA program. But for Dickson, it was also personal: “I wanted to see if I could be a photographer again.” Continue reading No shooter, no shot: The abstract nature photography of R. K. Dickson