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 […]
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 […]
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.
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.
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.”
In this episode on What’s on Tap, Sara sat down with Artie Tafoya of Appalachian Brewing Co. in Harrisburg (plus locations in Camp Hill, Lititz, Collegeville, Gettysburg (2) and coming-soon Mechanicsburg) to talk about — what else? — craft beer.
An accomplished restaurateur, “Qui Qui” Musarra has lived in cities around the world — but has called our capital city “home” for more than a decade. In this episode of What’s on Tap, Sara chats with Qui about her travels, how she landed here and what’s next for Harrisburg.
Test Pilot: We thought it would be fun to share our very first What’s on Tap episode — the test pilot we shot with our friend Tierney Pomone. Tierney writes for her blog, Stouts and Stilettos, which celebrates women and craft beer.