Category: Scranton

100 Things to do in Pennsylvania

100 Things to do In Pennsylvania: This is a big one.  I mentioned in my 100th post that I was thinking of using it as a “100 things to do in PA” blog but then thought better of it A) because it just seemed like a sad things to do B) because I wanted to get

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The Office Wrap Party: Scranton Prepares to Bid Farewell

I didn’t start watching The Office until the year I moved to Lancaster and started working.  I had several friends who were very into it, plus I got the first few seasons free with on-demand.  I also started watching for a sense of nostalgia.  At this point I was less then a year out of college,

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Run For Your Life and Other PA Zombie Runs

As far as races go, the trend thats been dominating the past couple of years is mud-runs.  It seems that every few weeks somebody I know on Facebook pops up with pictures from a Spartan Race or Tough Mudder.  Even my mother has been in one.   My buddy and I just signed up for a Tough Mudder in

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Peach Music Festival

More to add to the Summer 2012 to do list. One of my favorite summer activity is concerts in the lawn section at Montage Mountain. In fact, I used to have personal policy that if I new at least two songs and the tickets were under $30.00, I’d go just for the hell of it. 

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Countdown to Parade Season….

For most Americans, Christmas is the only holiday celebrated seasonally.   Starting on Thanksgiving break (or the day after Halloween if you grew up in my house) Christmas parties, bar crawls, cookies, and carols are the norm for a whole month and a half. We don’t do this for Valentine’s Day (thank God), only dress in

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A Scrantastic Weekend Getaway: Things to Do in Scranton

I spent four years living and five years going to school in Scranton. I’m still mildly obsessed with my experience at The University of Scranton and will leave you with that disclaimer before continuing with the rest of this post. I remember once during my tenure at Scranton, a bunch of us were out and

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