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7. NEWS DIGEST 9. CHUCKLE BURG 10. CITY VIEW 12. STATE STREET


IN THE BURG


14. FROM THE GROUND UP 22. MILESTONES


BUSINESS


26. FACE OF BUSINESS 28. SHOP WINDOW


BACK TO SCHOOL


32. STUDENT SCRIBES 34. A LEGACY OF LEARNING 35. CENTRAL PA AS CLASSROOM


GOOD EATS


36. JUST DESSERTS 37. HOME COOKING


HOMEFRONT 38. CITY LIFE


CULTURE


40. PLAY ON 42. AT THE MUSEUM 44. CURTAIN CALL 45. MUSICAL NOTES 46. CITY CINEMA 48. FAIR PLAY


HAPPENINGS, 49


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"The Old Farmer's Almanac 2015 Garden Calendar, Yankee Publishing Co."


LETTER FROM THE EDITOR


“Nobody on the road/Nobody on the beach” More than once, I’ve thought of those lyrics from Don Henley’s 30-year-old song, “Boys of Summer,” after a stroll down 2nd Street or along the riverfront on a hot August day. It seems that everyone has left for the summer—to the shore, the mountains, abroad. The only ones left: a couple of sweating state workers, a few squirrels and one magazine editor.


That may be an exaggeration, and I hope it is because someone needs to be here to read our August issue. How else will you find out about the triumphs and struggles of our little city; of old and new businesses; of the people who are bringing us art, music, film?


At the very least, you need to know that our food writer Rosemary has taken memories from the long-missed Caruso’s restaurant and transformed them into another delicious, Italian-inspired recipe. That way, you’ll be able to make small talk when you inevitably spot her dining al fresco this month at Caruso’s now- numerous successors, such as Mangia Qui, Carley’s and Alvaro.


In this issue, we also have more wonderful contributions from the talented students at CASA as part of our special section focused on education. And please don’t miss Diane McCormick’s update on the proposed federal courthouse, which, for better or worse (worse), finally lays out where that project stands.


Of course, you could stay away, download our digital issue and read us anyway. TheBurg while relaxing on the beach or sitting by a cool mountain stream? That seems to me like the best of all worlds.


LAWRANCE BINDA Editor-in-Chief


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