The ad campaign plays on typical ‘Claims of Grandeur’ that consumers have come to expect from advertising. The campaign runs from Sept. 28 - Nov. 1 in Philadelphia, Washington DC, North & Central New Jersey, and Nassau-Suffolk Counties.
Who says you need to pack your bags for New York or D.C. to immerse yourself in culture? Thanks to the self-guided trail known as Route 15 Byway of the Arts, artistic enlightenment can be achieved in a day's road trip. Developed in 2005 to highlight American artisan craft and to promote tourism, the trail runs from Boiling Springs to Williamsport, PA.
The concept is simple: pizza, wine, and small plates in a great space. Cork & Fork opened in November 2014 in downtown Harrisburg on a previously unused corner of Second and State Streets. The result is a chic, but not stuffy hot spot, attracting politicos and Harrisburg's hip both day and night.
Paulus Lingel came to Philadelphia from the Palatinate region of Germany around 1737. He had 11 children. One of his seven sons was Thomas Lingle. Through generations of begetting, people today named Lingle, Lengel, and Langle, are linked to their common forebear, Paulus and to the crossroads town that came to be named after Thomas Lingle. Read the interesting story of this town and its founder...