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“We are ALL celebrated! This show is all about love and acceptance,” Jos N. Banks tells Central Voice. He plays and they play Lola in the show which opens Nov. 28 and runs until Dec. 3 at Hershey … more
The Keating Jazz Orchestra’s “Two-Beat Dames” will perform as a small group at The Art Association of Harrisburg Sun., Nov. 19, at 2 p.m. The Keating Jazz Orchestra is an 11-piece band that … more
Five artists will share their creative visions with viewers at the Art Association’s galleries in “Linear Juxtapositions,” Dec. 1 through Jan. 4. more
Kevin Spacey issued a general apology Oct. 29 after actor Anthony Rapp alleged the Oscar-winning star made a sexual advance at him when he was aged 14, reports NBC’s Alex Johnson. Rapp, who … more
Reprinted with permission. Hillary Clinton called them a “basket of deplorables.” The National Review’s Kevin Williamson took an “honest look” at their “welfare dependency,” … more
Whether it’s titles for an up-coming vacation, the holidays or the long days of winter, snuggle up with some of these titles. A Place Called Winter, by Patrick Gale “Forced to abandon … more
Based on former Pennsylvania resident Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel Fun Home, Open Stage of Harrisburg presents the Broadway play October 6 to 29. Stuart Landon directs. David M. Glasgow is … more
Harrisburg's streets were festive Sept. 10 when the city hosted its annual Gallery Walk at 25 venues, the Sprocket Mural Works – Harrisburg Mural Fest, and a Blood Drive by the Ahmadiyya Muslim … more
A mesmerizing new novel from New York Times bestselling author Salman Rushdie, set in New York City against the backdrop of modern American politics and culture with dark glamour and intrigue … more
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