I am finally back here at Gents of Lancaster after a long hiatus. Life became a little crazy and between school starting, friends weddings, performing pretty much every weekend with my band and rounding out one year of marriage, I lost track of how little I posted here. Special shout out to Chris who kept … Continue reading Finding balance
As I covered in my last article, buying good quality meats can be a difficult task. If you add in cost savings on top of this, it becomes almost impossible to purchase top tier stock. However, there are a few places in the Lancaster County region that offer both a high standard in grading and … Continue reading Lancaster Country Guide to Buying Meat
Smoked and grilled Frenched rib roast (pork) Springtime has sprung and summer is just around the corner. The smokers are getting loaded with fine woods and pellets and the grills are burning with clean-burning propane or are bursting with charcoal’s flavor. For many, the season beckons the seasoned griller to return to their post for … Continue reading A Gent’s Brief Guide to Spring/Summer Cooking
A natural trumpet as it would have been made from the 1600's through the 1700's. This trumpet was crafted based on a late 1700's instrument More or less everyone enjoys music. Whether it’s classical, hip-hop, R&B, pop, jazz, traditional, indigenous, or any other genre… there really is at least one style of music out there … Continue reading Musical Focus: Early Music in Lancaster
One of Lancaster's most historical locations available to the public every Tuesday, Friday, and shortened hours of Saturday- is considered a local treasure for many reasons... find out why for yourself today!
In today's world, music programs are suffering- and what is life without music? It is the universal language. It contains words that cannot be said, and it embodies the mind and spirit of some of the greatest minds in the known history of the world. A swift uplifting song can bring light to your day … Continue reading Music For Everyone: A Noteworthy Non-Profit
A quick look at three local distilleries and their offerings.
A brief writeup about some of our favorite local bottle shops
Before: I used to hate shaving. I started out just using an electric razor and it never felt like a clean shave, gave me horrible razor burn and the replacement blades were super expensive. Though I was young and inexperienced at shaving I knew there had to be a better way. So I tried using … Continue reading A Guide to Shaving Like a Gentleman