Gabrielle Redcay Staff Writer The first Friday of each month has become an opportunity for Lancaster County to showcase the diversity and talents of its members. Shops located in downtown Lancaster house much of the . . .
Maria Glotfelter Features Editor Lancaster is a welcoming and homey city for Millersville University students. A night out in town provides a cheap opportunity for college students who are mostly likely operating on a tight . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor Lancaster has always been known for embracing diverse artistic, cultural and musical expression, especially in the downtown area. With the inclusion of the Latino Arts Festival, that diversity only . . .
Maria Rovito Managing Editor A small drizzle of rain didn’t keep students, local residents, artists, musicians, and vendors from attending downtown Lancaster’s First Friday on September 5, 2014. Following tradition, First Friday is held on . . .
Vi Le Assist. News Editor Mixed with graphic novel imagery and real-life actors and settings, Elder Fraga’s Brazilian film “Boca Fechada”, or “Shut Mouth”, was one of the adult-oriented dramas that were featured in the . . .
Cat Ardes Arts & Culture Editor November is approaching and, as always, the Lancaster community looks forward to First Friday in downtown Lancaster. Millersville’s off-campus location, The Ware Center, is located right in the heart . . .
Cat Ardes Arts & Culture Editor Friday May 3, 2013 brought the monthly festivities for First Friday to downtown Lancaster once again. First Friday is always about appreciating and celebrating the arts in downtown Lancaster. . . .
Joie Formando Assoc. Arts & Culture Despite the blustery weather and freezing temperatures, the Ware Center was packed with people on Friday, March 1 for their First Friday bash. The building opened their doors to . . .
If you happened to be out on First Friday, you might have caught a glimpse of or even watched the film, “Radical Jewelry Makeover: a traveling community mining and recycling project” at Binn’s Park. . . .