Nearly a third of all people alive today are of the Muslim faith, yet many in the West are unfamiliar with the faithful’s most holy time. In this documentary, we explain the meaning of Ramadan, the importance of the fast, and the great qualities of Islam that shine through during the Holy Month.

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Eight Central PA high school students set out on a six week quest, raising funds to fight blood cancer. This is their story. Their hero moments. Their epic conclusion.

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She’s of Indian descent. Her father is from Ethiopia — her mother, Kenya. But Rubina Azizdin is a born and raised American. Growing up in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, Rubina now works as a career counselor.

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Curtis Voelker saw his parents arrested in front of him at fourteen years old. He was asked to make a decision in that moment. Who could he spend the night with? Curtis chose to stay with his aunt and uncle, not realizing that it would change the course of his life. Curtis stayed with his […]

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This is Dana Wiker’s submission for Vidjam’s “Make More Movies” drawing, “Grandpa’s Story”. Description: A documentary about my grandfather being drafted into WWII and joining Patton’s army to liberate the city of Pilsen and return home. Cast and Crew: Shot and directed by Dana Wiker Interviewee – Nancy Wiker

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Doug Lenberg is the type of balloon pilot you want on your side. Even under the worst circumstances, he comes through.

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In its first year, Harrisburg Comic Con saw an illustrious group of celebrities mingling with fans from all over the state. Be sure to attend in 2017, when they promise to bring more celebrities and artists to add to the experience. hbgcomiccon.com Special thanks to those interviewed: Katrina Law Austin St. John Walter E. Jones […]

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Metropolis Collective is a home for misfits and outcasts, according to owner Richard Reilly. With music and art on every wall, Metropolis is the place for those seeking a creative outlet.

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We all fall. We all rise. Cities are no different. For Harrisburg residents, the stories told indicate a long fall from grace for Pennsylvania’s capital city. In the last few years, however, the city has been on the rise. From Midtown to Downtown, business owners and Vietnam veterans, these are the voices of Harrisburg, and […]

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Nestled behind Harrisburg’s Midtown Cinema is Zeroday Brewing Co., a microbrewery started by a husband and wife team. With locally-made art adorning the walls and products from nearby businesses on sale, Zeroday provides the full Harrisburg experience to guests while also offering some unique and great-tasting beers.

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