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Color Improvisations 2 is a special invitational exhibition of contemporary quilts curated by Nancy Crow, one of the most celebrated and influential quiltmakers of the past forty years. This … more
This year The Parliament Arts Organization's Decked Out takes place over the course of three days, Nov. 7-9. The annual event will be at the Central PA industrial-chic venue, The Bond on 134 E. … more
Do you enjoy reading books on your smart phone or on a tablet?   The Dauphin County Library has lots of titles to enjoy for those who like reading on electronic devices. Check out the … more
Our focus is about titles available at the lDauphin Co. Lbrary that help to better connect with those in our community, whether it be family, friends or acquaintances.  Remember, the Dauphin … more
“When you decide not to be afraid, you can find friends in super unexpected places,” says Ms. Marvel. She has summarized the experience of legions of LGBT people. Local superhero expert … more
Drag Queen Story Hour is pretty much exactly as it sounds: a drag queen shows up to the library (or another appropriate spot) to read children’s books to kids. Most of the titles have to … more
Central Voice editor and publisher Frank Pizzoli will interview Duncan Hannah at the 2018 Readers and Writers Book Festival. The event will be held in Milford, PA, Sept. 28-30. Hannah’s book … more
Harrisburg Peace Promenade held a rededication ceremony July 14 at the Peace Garden, an area near Front & Emerald sts. along the Susquehanna River. more
A girlfriend once told Duncan Hannah he slept with a smile on his face. That smile is still there. Allen Ginsburg made heroic moves on him to no avail. That was Hannah’s life in New York … more
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