In today’s column, I talked to Your Big Fat Boyfriend author Jenna Bergen – a local gal (now working for Philly Mag) – who will be hosting a book signing this Saturday at the Camp Hill Barnes & Noble.
Jenna chatted with me about tips on staying thin when your boyfriend is an eating machine. Click through to see what she had to say:
Help support the Penn State Alumni Association Harrisburg Chapter‘s fundraising efforts for THON by dining out at Appalachian Brewing Company (either west or east shore location) tomorrow night – Wednesday, Feb. 4 – between 5 and 9 p.m.
ABC has agreed to donate 10 percent of food sales between those hours to PSU’s THON fundraising drive.
At the Camp Hill location, I recommend Artie’s crab and spinach dip as well as the burgers. Downtown, I hear the pork medallions rate high.
Midtown Cinema has begun running classic movie series as a supplement to its new releases. This month is dedicated all to romance with, “On Screen Chemistry” and a different classic film each week.
Now through Thursday, Feb. 5, catch Swing Time with Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire.
Friday, Feb. 6 through Feb. 12, it’s Woody Allen‘s Annie Hall starring Diane Keaton.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, see Casablanca Feb. 13-19 with “Bogey” and Ingrid Bergman.
The Philadelphia Story with Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant and James Stewart finishes out the month.
Showtimes are available weekly on the Midtown Cinema website.
This Friday, visit Harrisburg’s growing art community at one of the following venues for Harrisburg’s “First Friday” event.