The travel article in the Post, written by lifestyle reporter Raquel Lanieri, recommends that New Yorkers looking for a day trip to a place rich in “culture, design and a rich culinary scene” should check out the Red Rose City.
“…(D)owntown Lancaster doesn’t resemble its Amish surroundings so much as it does a mini-Brooklyn: teeming with art galleries, indie boutiques and restaurants, without the pretensions of the Big Apple,” Laneri writes.
In the story, Andrea DePablo of Astoria, Queens, is quoted as saying her friends are trying to convince her to move to Lancaster, but adds she’s afraid she’s not cool enough.
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In the piece, Red Raven Gallery Manager Lee Lovett mentions noticing more visitors from New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., and Frankie Kirchgessner, owner of the No Heroes tattoo parlor, calls Lancaster “a punk-rock kind of city.”
LNP even got an oblique shout-out; it’s referred to as “Lancaster’s still-functioning daily paper.”