Can you believe it's already December? The year has flown by, but luckily our movie, music, TV, and theater critics have been reflecting on the past 12 months to compile their Best of 2018 lists. Rediscover your favorite cultural moments of the year, find out what our critics deemed the cream of the crop, and let the debates begin. When you've finished your trip through time, you won't want to miss a tale from Lancaster County on the power that one Election Day vote can have.
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Take a break from holiday stress to look back on the year in pop culture, thanks to the Inquirer Arts & Lifestyle critics' Best of 2018 lists. From theater to live music, from the big screen to the small screen, they’ve named their favorites of the year.
Think your vote doesn’t make a difference? Then you should get to know Jeffrey Cutler.
He was elected tax collector in 2013 in East Lampeter Township, Lancaster County by one vote — his vote, a write-in.
He set up shop as township tax collector and that's when, local and county officials say, things went sour. He's since been stripped of his office and has responded with a torrent of lawsuits.
Did she say where she was going, @matthewscottbarber? 🤔
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