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Coffee with a Conscience: Square One

Lancaster is a town with an increasingly visible and thriving coffee culture. New coffee shops pop up regularly, and there are quite a few businesses actually roasting their own coffee in the city. One of the businesses at the center…

This Week in Pictures from Tellus360 – August 5, 2015

It was a great week, highlighted by our first ever Acappellus360 competition, which was a smashing success. Plus, the staff took some time to do a little tie dying, and there were models galore on site to shoot for an…

Hitting the Trails: Great Hikes in Lancaster

This post was written by Brenda Lee Sieglitz, an area writer. 

I do my best thinking outside.  In nature, specifically.  When my feet are pounding along the dirt of a trail, I process my thoughts and emotions in hopes that I…

A Note from Joe: The Nepal Chronicles, Chapter 3

The latest installment of Joe's Nepal Chronicles. You can read the chronicles from the beginning.

Day 4ish and Monkey for breakfast!

Twelve hours sleep, bed by seven, jet lag gone. We head to the roof for breakfast. Sitting on the roof we…

A Note from Joe: The Nepal Chronicles, Chapter Two

You can start reading about Joe's journey to Nepal in his introduction to this series. 

Landed, a brilliant flight in, mountains and rice fields, dirt roads and motorbikes.  Through immigration, visa bought, and I am officially of the caste of Joseph. …

A Note from Joe: The Nepal Chronicles, Chapter 1

Read the introduction to this series from Joe Devoy. 
Chapter One
Last flight and all are asleep but me.  Woken by food, hardly surprising.  Flying from Mumbai to Kathmandu, the plane is 90% male and 90% Nepali.  Immigrants returning home for the…

A Note From Joe: The Nepal Chronicles – Introduction

I was in Nepal two years ago last November.  My sons, Aidan and Eoin, and my sister Mary, made the pilgrimage with me.  It was the greatest trip of my life; changed everything about me and left me believing so…

Empty Bowls: Soup for a Cause

This Sunday (April 26) from 4pm-7pm is the 6th Annual Empty Bowls Event – a community gathering of support and effort to end hunger and food insecurity. Area craftspeople have created handcrafted, ceramic bowls and have partnered with local restaurants…

Whatthehecka is PechaKucha?

You may see us talking about PechaKucha a lot, and you may even be one of those folks who we've reached out to and asked:
Hey, how'd you like to do a PechaKucha for us next month?
The usual response, not surprisingly…

A Note from Joe: A Close Shave for St. Baldrick’s

As many of you know I lost my dad to cancer this Christmas. He passed at 9:30 in the morning on December 24th, giving my whole family the gift of a Christmas together for the first time in about 20 years.

I…

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