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Where Culture Comes Alive

A primer and preview of Shepherdstown's Contemporary American Theater Festival, which runs from July 7–30.

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A Legacy of Pain

John Rambo teaches and trains the art of wrestling to the next generation of hopefuls.

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The Secret To Breaking A Satisfying Sweat

4 Star Obstacles offers covert methods of fitness disguised as fun to aspiring ninja warriors and general fitness enthusiasts alike.

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Into Africa

Many people dream of an African safari, seeing incredible animals, and witnessing different cultures. Although adventure is always high, the cost has never been lower to visit, photograph, or hunt in Africa. My first trip to Zimbabwe and South Africa was in 1994 — and since then, my wife and I try to share this experience with as many friends as possible.

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Finding a Fresher Fish Come Winter

No matter your experience level, ice fishing offers a winter adventure with a delicious twist.

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A Home Away From Home

When crowds for the Stanleys’ homegrown jam sessions grew too large, the Old Cider Press was renovated into a music venue where all are welcome.

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Are You Ready for Some Football?

The Shepherd University Rams have high hopes, great expectations, and a little something to prove this season.

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90 Years Of Theater For The Community

The Potomac Playmakers will celebrate their 90th year of performances this November with a throwback presentation of the same play they began with.

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HotList 2016

You voted, now feast your taste buds on the hottest winners that make Hagerstown and the surrounding area so dang spicy!

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Creating The Creatures And The Cosmos

Artist Indi Martin explores other worlds shaped by her own imagination.

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