(VIDEO) Clyde Peeling is the founder and owner of Reptiland in Allenwood, PA. As a young boy, Clyde had an interest in reptiles and always saw himself working with them one day. He has had appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Night with Conan O’Brien, along with some of his creatures. Reptiland is an AZA accredited zoo, and Clyde does extensive lecturing through the United States and is a highly respected member of the zoology world.
(VIDEO) The Washington County Courthouse is rich in history, full of fascinating stories and stunning architecture and surrounded by beautiful landscaping. Learn its story, all the way from the first courthouse, a log cabin built in 1787, to today’s facility.
(VIDEO) Lisa Scottoline is a New York Times best selling author, and Edgar award-winning author of 22 novels, including her latest, “Keep Quiet”. Her daughter Francesca Serritella graduated from Harvard with honors in English, is an aspiring novelist, and has co-authored several collections of essays with her mother. Their most recent release, “Have a Nice Guilt Trip” was included in Oprah Magazine’s “The 4 Perfect Summer Must-Reads!”. They both contribute to a Philadelphia Inquirer column called, “Chick Wit”.
(VIDEO) The Secretary of Labor & Industry, Julia Hearthway, and David Patti, President and CEO of the PA Business Council, talk about Pennsylvania’s lowering unemployment rate, the latest jobs growth, and an August conference in Pittsburgh geared for an evolving workforce.
(VIDEO) Chef Walter Staib is the founder and president of Concepts By Staib, Ltd., which was est. in 1989. Philadelphia’s City Tavern is a recreation of an original 18th century tavern and is Concepts By Staib’s flagship operation. He is the host of the Emmy Award winning show, “A Taste of History,” which received the 2012 James-Beard Foundation nomination for Best TV Show On Location. He’s had appearances on the Today show and the Food Network’s “Best Thing I Ever Ate” and “Iron Chef.”
(VIDEO) This biography of Joe Paterno by his son Jay is an honest and touching look at the life and legacy of a beloved coaching legend. Jay Paterno paints a full picture of his father’s life and career as well as documenting that almost none of the horrific crimes that came to light in 2012 took place at PennState. Jay Paterno clear-headedly confronts the events that happened with cool facts and with passion, demonstrating that this was just one more case of an innocent man convicted by the media for a crime in which he had no part. Noting that the scandal itself was but a short moment in Joe Paterno’s life and legacy, the book focuses on Paterno’s greatness as a father and grandfather, his actions as a miraculous coach to his players, and his skillful dealings with his assistant coaches.