Beanery Online Literary Magazine

August 6, 2010

The SUPPER CLUB in Greensburg, Pennsylvania

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THE SUPPER CLUB in GREENSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA

Carolyn C. Holland

     I’ve been remiss. A new restaurant, THE SUPPER CLUB, opened in mid-June at the Greensburg Train Station, Greensburg, Pennsylvania.  Unfortunately, I haven’t had the opportunity to dine there yet—perhaps soon it will happen.

Scroll down for information on its upcoming events: 

FARM FESTIVAL—Sunday, August 8th, 12 noon to 4:00 p.m.

LOCAL BEER DINNER— Sunday, August 8th,  5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

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     One of Laurel Mountain Borough’s residents, and a Beanery Writer’s Group member, Deb Driggers, is president/operations manager of the business. She not only lives on Maple Road, she’s connected with the Beanery Writers Group. When you visit, be sure to let Debbie know of your Laurel Mountain Borough and/or your Beanery Writers Group connection.

     Deb spent the last two decades in private, non-profit management positions. Three years ago she took advantage of an opportunity to work in the restaurant business with (more…)

April 21, 2010

A Family Grows in Greensburg, Pennsylvania

Greensburg, PA, as seen from the top of the Courthouse

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A FAMILY GROWS IN GREENSBURG

(Southwestern Pennsylvania)

Sarah K. Byrne-Houser

       While I never quite pictured myself evolving into a minivan-maneuvering soccer mom, I spent my childhood playing on a cul-de-sac in a streetlight-free township east of Pittsburgh. Suburbia and I came to know each other well. 

     Brooklyn born and bred, my fiancé possessed no true understanding of life outside a city.  Apparently, he harbored some serious delusions upon his relocation to Greensburg in Southwestern Pennsylvania. 

     We moved from our college campus in Baltimore, Maryland to an apartment near my old high school. The apartment was a standard beige-and-white two-bedroom cheap enough for recent grads. His adjustment to Greensburg would take some time, we both knew.  After all, his new “city” operated a very limited (more…)