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03 Dec Young People City Living

By Holland Baldrige “But what about bikes!?” I wanted to yell at the mayoral debate in Lancaster just a week before the election. I heard about what businesses were currently in and not in the CoreSource building, I heard how many Lancaster entities do or do not...

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28 Nov The Road Home

I've been surprised over the past few weeks to find the roads becoming more familiar, the paths settling deep in my brain, moving about Lancaster without having to rely on a native or GPS. It's rewarding when you can move in and out of the...

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20 Nov Listening @ The Loft

Lancaster is magical in so many ways. After a few long days, including our first official event, I was ready to sit and read The Week, catch up on the world at large and sip some tea. However, Saturday evening had other plans for me. Around 2...

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18 Nov Mix It Up

November 14th, 2013 — Lancaster Transplant Mixer We hosted our first official event last Thursday, a Mixer at Sunshine Art + Design. From 7 PM onwards, people flowed in and packed the gallery, wall to wall. With each new face came a new story, a handshake and...

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13 Nov Merry Mixer Eve

As my printer is making its finishing touches and my eyes begin to blur, I think to myself how wonderful it is to be pulling all this together. Tomorrow will be our first "Official" event, the birth of Lancaster Transplant to the community at large. We've...

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10 Nov Punk Rock Flea Market

Saturday I had the pleasure of attending Lancaster's first Punk Rock Flea Market. Now I admit, I was skeptical at first. I had attended Philly's infamous Punk Rock Flea Market, hosted by R5 productions and housed in an insanely large warehouse with many vendors and...

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03 Nov I Remember Smiling

By Canyon Fredrickson Sometimes people welcome me home when they bump into me in Lancaster.  The first time it happened, I was amused.  When it happened again, I was touched. All amusement aside though, lately Lancaster has been feeling like a home to me...

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15 Oct An Evening To Share

One evening, over pumpkin beer, Camembert, apple and olives, I interviewed Nick about his experiences and passions. A Transplant from Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, Nick and I had shared a town once before, and now we found ourselves in close, geographical proximity once again. As I sat across...

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04 Oct A New Home

By Matt Wheeler I come from a land that is largely rural, where cornfields & Amish farms dominate the landscape, and you may happen upon a city occasionally.  But I don't come from Lancaster County - rather, I was born and raised in northern Indiana, on the outskirts...

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01 Oct Launched

Well friends, this is it. I've jumped feet first into this new adventure and many of you grabbed my hand and took the plunge with me. On September, 22nd, 2013, Lancaster Transplant was officially born. Sporting a new logo and a generous energy, we hosted our...

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