Freelance Writing

Click on the links below to view Karen Hendricks’ recently published freelance magazine articles.

Sweet Break: A scrumptious snap at Brittle Bark, TheBurg, December 2017

The Old Soul Ragtime Show: Young pianist strikes a chord with old-timey music, TheBurg, December 2017

Causes of the Susquehanna Valley, Susquehanna Style, December 2017: A special advertising section profiling nonprofit organizations paired with corporate donors.

Popcorn with a Purpose: Popped Culture is one man’s mission to mentor area youth, Susquehanna Style, December 2017

Following Yonder Star: Adams County Business, Yonder Star, Shares the Joy of Christmas, Celebrate Gettysburg, Nov/Dec 2017

At the Crossroads of American Fusion: Christine’s Café in Gettysburg, Susquehanna Style, October 2017

Appalachian Adventure: Finding Peace and Simplicity on the Trail, Susquehanna Style, October 2017

Home Safely: Local police sergeant creates registry for Alzheimer’s, dementia patients, TheBurg, October 2017

Medical Journey: As he retires, Dr. Domingo Alvear reflects on a long career in Harrisburg, around the world, TheBurg, September 2017

The Parrot: A Colorful History & Bright Future, Celebrate Gettysburg, Cover Story, Sept/Oct 2017

InSite Gettysburg: Before Snapchat, Before “Pokémon Go,” Gettysburg’s Nick Wiley Utilized Similar Technology to Make History “Cool,” Celebrate Gettysburg, Sept/Oct 2017

Born to Run: Fred Joslyn Takes His Love of Running Around the Midstate, Across the World, TheBurg, August 2017

Like Family: At Home with Mechanicsburg’s Thea, Susquehanna Style, July 2017

Hoppy Trail: Best of the West Shore Featured in Cumberland Valley Beer Trail, TheBurg, July 2017

Antica Napoli Pizza: Putting Pizazz in Gettysburg’s Pizza, Celebrate Gettysburg, July/Aug 2017

Susquehanna Valley Staycations: Finding Farm Charm and More–Locally, Susquehanna Style, June 2017

Gareth V. “Lefty” Biser: Building Character Through Tragedy, Susquehanna Style, May 2017

The real heart and soul behind any successful enterprise are its people. Once again, Susquehanna Style has partnered with businesses and organizations in the region to give you a glimpse of just what keeps them on top. Faces of the Susquehanna Valley is a combination of professionally-written profiles by Karen Hendricks and incredible imagery prduced by Donovan Roberts Witmer. Together they shine the spotlight on the people who have contributed toward making each business stand out so brightly.

Faces of the Susquehanna Valley 2017, Susquehanna Style, May 2017

History Meets the Arts: Keeping History Alive Through Art, Conversations, & Camaraderie, Muzzleloader, cover story, May/June 2017

Mason Dixon Distillery: New Spirits Rise from Downtown Gettysburg’s Industrial Past, cover story, Celebrate Gettysburg, March/April 2017

Stories from the Yellow House: Survivors, Inc. Shines a Light on Domestic Abuse, Sexual Assault, and Human Trafficking Celebrate Gettysburg, March/April 2017

All-American Spirit: Carlisle’s 1794 The Whiskey Rebellion, Susquehanna Style, February 2017

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Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Jan/Feb 2017: Old Meets New: Historic Home Renovations in Adams County (cover story)

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Destinations: U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center: Telling the U.S. Army’s Story, One Soldier at a Time, Celebrate Gettysburg, Jan/Feb 2017

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Frozen Fever: Ice Festivals Bring Warmth to Winter in Central PA, a cover story for Susquehanna Style magazine, January 2017

 

 

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In the Shadow of South Mountain: The Foothills Artists’ Studio Tour shares local art and historic homes in a thriving community, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Nov/Dec 2016

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Christine’s Cafe: A Melting Pot of American Fusion, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Nov/Dec 2016

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Slice of Americana Served Up at Beech Springs Farm’s Farm-to-Table Dinner Series, cover story, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Sept/Oct 2016

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The Nerd Herd: Downtown Gettysburg Shop Takes Fun & Games to a New Level, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Sept/Oct 2016

July-Aug 2016appalachian-adventure                   An Appalachian Adventure: Happy trails await hikers on the Appalachian TrailCelebrate Gettysburg magazine, July/August 2016

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Tania’s Mexican Restaurant & Store: An Authentic Taste of Mexico in Adams County, published in Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, July/August 2016.

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Trail Blazing: Exploring New Paths, Rails & Trails, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, May/June 2016

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Susquehanna Style magazine’s “Faces of the Susquehanna Valley,” is a 25-page advertising section in the May 2016 issue. Business leaders from throughout Central PA were profiled, in editorial style, to capture each business’ unique spirit and story of success.

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Sense of Taste: Old School Hospitality and New Age Flavors at Fidler & Co, published in Susquehanna Style magazine, April 2016

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Churches on a Mission: Adams County Churches are Touching Lives Locally and Globally, a cover story published in Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, March/April 2016

 

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Hit the Ground Running, published in Susquehanna Style magazine, February 2016

 

We Are Adams County Profiles: Carrie Trax – Inspiring Future Musicians, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Jan/Feb 2016

 

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The Heart of the Holidays, cover story, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Nov/Dec 2015

 

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Brewing Big Business: Central Pennsylvania is Blowing the Lid off the Craft Beer Industry, cover story, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Sept/Oct 2015

 

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A Breath of Fresh Air: “Friendly Town” Gettysburg Welcomes New York City Fresh Air Fund Children, published in Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, July/Aug 2015

 

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Caretakers for a Century: For 100 Years, Licensed Battlefield Guides Have Preserved the Stories of the Battle of Gettysburg, Cover Story, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, May/June 2015

 

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At the Crossroads: Adams County hospice care provides quality of life at the end of life, Feature story, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, March/April 2015

 

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Oh Christmas Tree: Adams County Christmas Tree Farms Offer Homegrown Holiday Traditions, Cover Story, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Nov/Dec 2014

 

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Branching Out: Adams County Apples Give New Taste to All-American Apple Cider, Cover Story, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Sept/Oct 2014

Plus Apple Country: The Apple of Tourism’s Eye, a sidebar published on the Celebrate Gettysburg blog

 

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Caught in the Crossfire: Preserving the Stories of Civilians in the Civil War, Cover Story, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, July/Aug 2014

 

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Gardening for Community Good: Adams County gets growing with thriving community gardens, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, March/April 2014

Aging in Place in Adams County, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, March/April 2014

 

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These Old Barns: Preserving Adams County’s Agricultural Icons, cover story for Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Jan/Feb 2014

Gettysburg Tourism Community Rallies Amid Government Shutdown, Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Jan/Feb 2014

 

Coming Home to GettysburgComing Home to Gettysburg:The Stories of Pennsylvania’s World War I and II Veterans Laid to Rest in Soldiers’ National Cemetery 

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Preparing for Battle, Harrisburg Magazine, June 2013

Everyday Hero: ‘Angel’ Traci Lochbaum,Celebrate Gettysburg, May/June 2013

Golden Opportunities, Celebrate Gettysburg, March/April 2013

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