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As you wait for the long winter days to turn into spring, consider relaxing with a good book and maybe adding one or more of these biographies to your reading list. The Dauphin County Library System … more
“It’s a movie that was lush on every level,” said Ryan Cohick, one of five people who participated in a podcast for The Brain Wrap on the film Call Me By Your Name. more
“Each month looks different, because the places we take over appeal to different members of our community,” says Ralph Serpe, a regular at events hosted by the hugely successful "pop-up bar in … more
Deep in Central Pennsylvania's Amish country, Tait Towers designs live sets for the world's biggest music acts. Its aim? To make rock stars’ visions come alive. more
The ever-popular Art Association of Harrisburg Winter Membership Exhibition” Figuratively Speaking” opens Jan. 12. A reception, sponsored by AAH Board Member Randy Michener, will be held from … more
Theatre Harrisburg, Krevsky Production Center God of Carnage Jan. 19 - 28, 2 & 7:30 p.m. Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for best play. A full-length comedy with serious dramatic … more
American author David France has won Britain’s leading nonfiction literary award with a book about the activists who fought the AIDS crisis in the 1980s and 90s. How to Survive a Plague was … more
During the new year, think of your library system for finding titles that cover a wide range of topics. Whether it be a sampling from the short-listed titles for the Lambda Literary awards, or works … more
The Art Association of Harrisburg is calling together the Clans of Central Pennsylvania in the spirit of celebration and good will on Sat., March 10, 6 to 10 p.m., for a Celtic Ceilidh … more
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