• May/June 2024

    MJ 2024
  • May/June 2022

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  • September/October 2023

    September/October 2023 cover
  • November/December 2023

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  • May/June 2023

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  • July/August 2023

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  • July/August 2022

Welcome to the website of an old-fashioned print publication.

We started publishing this magazine way back in 1981, and we continue to find topics of interest to our readers, including history, people, places and events that make living here such a wonderful experience.

We also have photo contests, an annual scavenger hunt, location contest in each issue, a calendar of events, and spectacular photography.

We come out with a new edition every two months and mail them to our subscribers and place them at newsstands throughout the state. When you subscribe, you ensure that you’ll receive a copy of each edition.

There’s so much to see and do and know about our Keystone State. We thank those who have already joined us in our endeavor and invite those who haven’t yet to come along for the ride.

It’s always a Beautiful Day in PA!

Links to places on this site:

Subscriptions and Renewals

Free Sample Issue

Pretzel Location Object entry form

Contributor Information (coming soon)

Covers from previous issues  (coming soon)

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Click on the pretzel for the May/June 2024 location contest entry form.

Go to our 2024 Super Summer Scavenger Hunt post by clicking HERE or on the image above.
Please submit your name and email and phone on that page so that we know to watch for your entry.

Good luck and happy hunting!

In the July/August 2023 issue, we had an item about the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor Postcard Project by Barry Elliott.
See the website for that by clicking HERE.

To use the site, you’ll likely need an up-to-date browser, and the site will launch GoogleEarth, which has its own requirements.

Bookstores (where to purchase Pennsylvania books)

Click HERE for stores where you can buy books about Pennsylvania topics

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Click the photo above to see the listing of rail-related attractions that accompanies the photo essay in the March/April 2023 issue.