Category Archives: Pennsylvania

Taking the ‘fun’ out of funeral

I just moved into an old funeral home; unbeknownst to me before signing the lease, my bedroom would be directly above a 20-year-old crematorium and embalming room. Nevertheless, I don’t have time to crack open a bottle of Tequila, grab

Taking the ‘fun’ out of funeral

I just moved into an old funeral home; unbeknownst to me before signing the lease, my bedroom would be directly above a 20-year-old crematorium and embalming room. Nevertheless, I don’t have time to crack open a bottle of Tequila, grab

As Your Ghost Takes Flight: Selinsgrove, PA

What is there to do in the rural Pennsylvanian town of Selinsgrove? According to the Chamber of Commerce’s website, “spend time in the local post office.” Er, no thanks. Or perhaps “walk along the river to launch a boat.” Trying to

As Your Ghost Takes Flight: Selinsgrove, PA

What is there to do in the rural Pennsylvanian town of Selinsgrove? According to the Chamber of Commerce’s website, “spend time in the local post office.” Er, no thanks. Or perhaps “walk along the river to launch a boat.” Trying to

Frat Boys, Football and Fun: Dissecting Pittsurgh, PA

My first night in Pittsburgh involved a frat party, sharing PBR (ugh!) in a red plastic cup I thought were only used in movies while sharing filthy jokes with some random. I woke up somewhere in the suburb of Friendship

Frat Boys, Football and Fun: Dissecting Pittsurgh, PA

My first night in Pittsburgh involved a frat party, sharing PBR (ugh!) in a red plastic cup I thought were only used in movies while sharing filthy jokes with some random. I woke up somewhere in the suburb of Friendship

Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia

After I heard Charles Dickens wanted to visit two places in this region – Niagara Falls and the Eastern State Penitentiary, I knew I had to take some time out before I left Philadelphia to visit the latter. I know

Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia

After I heard Charles Dickens wanted to visit two places in this region – Niagara Falls and the Eastern State Penitentiary, I knew I had to take some time out before I left Philadelphia to visit the latter. I know

Choke on a Cheesesteak: Things to do in Philly.

Sitting in Campos Deli in Old Town, eating a traditional Philly cheese steak, is a hard task for an ex vegan. Though the curdled milk and dead cow goodness was yummy, I positively nearly choked as Color Me Badd’s ‘I Wanna

Choke on a Cheesesteak: Things to do in Philly.

Sitting in Campos Deli in Old Town, eating a traditional Philly cheese steak, is a hard task for an ex vegan. Though the curdled milk and dead cow goodness was yummy, I positively nearly choked as Color Me Badd’s ‘I Wanna

Crumpet Inspired Living on Elfreth’s Alley, Philadelphia

After spending two days trying to get out of four dates I don’t remember agreeing to be on and avoiding a guy who wanted to drive 150 miles to hang out, I had some free time to visit one of

Crumpet Inspired Living on Elfreth’s Alley, Philadelphia

After spending two days trying to get out of four dates I don’t remember agreeing to be on and avoiding a guy who wanted to drive 150 miles to hang out, I had some free time to visit one of

Where History Lies: Christ Church Cemetery, Philadelphia

I have always liked Philadelphia. It encompasses everything I look for in a good city – great food, living history, modern design and exhibits, inspired architecture, fabulous people, vintage inspired boutiques, and without the chaotic feeling of a major city

Where History Lies: Christ Church Cemetery, Philadelphia

I have always liked Philadelphia. It encompasses everything I look for in a good city – great food, living history, modern design and exhibits, inspired architecture, fabulous people, vintage inspired boutiques, and without the chaotic feeling of a major city