York Daily Record/Sunday News Business Reporter Sean Adkins poses with a succulent, green vegetable.
Just a slice of life over here at the YDR business pod.
The other day, copy editor Teresa Cook gave me a fresh cucumber plucked from her garden.
Naturally, I figured, I’d use it to harass Sean.
This includes, but is not limited to, putting the elongated veggie in my purse and asking, “Is that a cucumber in my bag, or are you just happy to see me?”
Glad he has a sense of humor.
For another amusing photo of Adkins in action, click here.
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Orange you glad I’m back blogging again?
Lots of things have happened since I blogged last.
But first things first.
I am now the proud owner of an ‘orange crush’ ‘high visibility’ vest, a freebie from Harley’s Steel Toe Tour at its Springettsbury Township bike manufacturing plant. Continue reading
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Originally published on Page A1 of the York Daily Record/Sunday News on Monday, July 18, 2011.
By LAUREN BOYER
Daily Record/Sunday News
They come in different flavors — civil, criminal, family.
A slightly sweaty Judge Harry Ness stops by Central Market for a sandwich. To stay active, he spends three lunch breaks a week walking four miles on the York County Rail Trail with Judge Thomas Kelly. DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - LAUREN BOYER
One of them goes by “your honor.”
But when the clock strikes noon five days a week, they clutch menus around a York city lunch table, in the name of empty stomachs and colorful conversation.
Even after 15 years, the witty banter, jokes and idea-sharing remains as hearty as their appetites.
“We have networking and comraderie that you can’t get sitting at your desk,” said attorney Kathleen Prendergast, munching on a salad in Central Market recently.
Some might consider it a luxury in an age of shrinking lunch hours.
The average lunch break is 20 to 40 minutes, according to a CareerBuilder survey that also found 32 percent of workers taking less than a half-hour for lunch. Continue reading
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