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Todd Shill

Harrisburg’s independent art house, Midtown Cinema — not to mention everyone’s favorite Amish reality shows, films like Lucky Numbers, Another Harvest Moon — entertainment attorney Todd Shill played a role in all of these, and more. Sara sat down with Todd at Midtown Cinema to talk about how he became so involved in film and its value to […]

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Ralph Vartan

Some could say the Vartan name is synonymous with the City of Harrisburg, and it’s clear that the young and inspired Ralph Vartan is committed to and invested in our capital city and its future. Check in as Sara talks with Ralph about his ties to HYP, his father’s legacy and plans for the future.

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Rebecca Marie Miller

From her band, Brave the Day, to last year’s solo album, Trojan Heart, Rebecca Marie Miller oozes talent. She’s toured much of the country as part of the band, The Mynabirds, and though currently residing in music-mecca Portland, Oregon, to work on the next stage of her career, Rebecca is a Harrisburg local at heart. We […]

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Andy Enders

Midtown Harrisburg locals may recognize the impeccably dressed Andy Enders. Perhaps you’ve swapped records with him or spotted him grabbing coffee at Little Amps. After completing law school and passing the bar, Andy ditched life in the courtroom to return to his family’s insurance business. Between that and his extensive volunteer work, Andy’s making his […]

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Dawson Flinchbaugh

You may know him as Chief Chili — or perhaps simply as “Dawson,” — part of the duo (with his son, Matt) who run Flinchy’s in Camp Hill. Always eager to share a drink (tequila!) or a story, Sara sat down with Dawson over some Flinchy’s Bloody Marys to chat about everything from hot sauce […]

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Fred Clark

Conversation about Harrisburg’s recent history is bound to include the often controversial Fred Clark. President and CEO of Clark Resources, Fred was integral in the revitalization of Center City Harrisburg in the early 2000s during which time he ran the Downtown Improvement District. Sara recently sat down to talk with Fred about his career and […]

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Tara Chickey

Art and community: Sara sat down with local artist, teacher and herbalist Tara Chickey to discuss her latest project – art manager of The Millworks, which is slated to open this fall – and life in Harrisburg.

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Bruce Bond

If you lived in central Pa. in the 80s or 90s there is little doubt you know the name — and voice of — Bruce Bond. This month, Sara caught up with Bruce to chat about his lengthy radio career and where he is now.

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Shea Quinn

It’s a new month and a new interview: This month, Sara sat down with longtime local musician, Shea Quinn, to talk about his start and rise through rock’n roll, from The Pikers and The Sharks to life after MTV, The Luv Gods and more.

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Kamionka Uncut from What's On Tap with Sara Bozich on Vimeo.

Enjoy a rare visit with Ron Kamionka. Here's Sara's uncut and raw interview with the man behind many of Harrisburg's bars and nightclubs.

UNCUT: Ron Kamionka

This month, we’re taking a look back at one our first interviews with downtown business owner Ron Kamionka. This, however, is a more raw, uncut version of Sara’s conversation with Ron about how he arrived, his storied career and what’s next for “the nightclub guy.”

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