In This Issue:
From ‘Wags’ to Riches – Discovering a Wealth of Life’s Small Pleasures with Smith, Mayer & Liddle
Perky and playful, loyal and spontaneous, Lucy and Bella bring great joy to their owners, Kevin and Anne Smith. Animal companions have an almost instinctual ability to give people what they need at times they need it the most. In 2015, the Smiths were grieving the loss of their beloved Sofie, a 4-year-old Bichon Frise, from an aggressive form of canine cancer. Soon after, Anne was diagnosed with breast cancer. Although they longed to fill the void in their hearts with another pet, given Anne’s health concerns they prudently decided to wait.Continue Reading
Storytelling With A Social Mission
Communicating thoughts, inspiring ideas, telling stories: When pencil meets paper, these possibilities emerge.
For Vito Grippi, possibilities became realities in ways that reach beyond his York hometown. Grippi, an adjunct writing lecturer at York College and York’s poet laureate, recalls his stationery obsession from an early age — he was never one to be far from his fountain pens and notebooks plastered with Nirvana stickers.
delivers an authentic community conversation inviting and involving people from all walks of life to become catalysts for change in York, Pennsylvania. Through stunning photography, engaging editorial and sophisticated design, YRK motivates and inspires its readers to contribute their stories to the city’s continuing narrative. Their stories, and yours, make YRK the voice and vision for downtown York, and beyond.Learn More
Bringing Joy and Meaning Through Art: Kayode Malomo’s Story
Art has played a significant part of downtown York’s culture — from the Murals of York that tell the stories of the city’s history to the local galleries featuring the artwork of emerging young artists and art veterans. As the downtown art scene advances and grows, it continues to be a hub for creatives who […]