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As artist and writer Duncan Hannah remarked traveling to Milford, Pa. for a book festival, “Looks like Trump country.” It is. And that makes the election of gay, lefty and … more
Bouncing back in safe and careful fashion, the Art Association of Harrisburg hopes to resume on July 13 their Covid-cancelled classes for Summer. New this summer will be a FLUID ART WORKSHOP on … more
Open Stage presents Angels in America - A Gay Fantasia on National Themes by Tony Kushner. directed by Stuart Landon Go to www.openstagehbg.com for latest details & … more
March 23, 2020 - When our telephone interview began, Pennsylvania had recorded 479 confirmed cases of COVID-19. The PA Department of Health had announced the first confirmed case in Dauphin County. … more
There are few things more mentally stimulating or powerful than the interaction of words and images. But if a picture is worth a thousand words, then a political cartoon is worth its weight in … more
GLO is working with Sprocket Mural Works to create a mural inside of GLO’s facility that reflects GLO's mission, vision, values and the experiences of those who access the center.  The … more
Nicholas Duncan, Central PA Pride Festival Vice President of Entertainment and Comics Columnist for The Central Voice, was recently recognized by UPMC Pinnacle, where he works, with their Above and … more
It’s time to shake off winter's doldrums, and that’s easy to do by trying one or more of these titles from The Dauphin County Library.  You’ll find that this edition’s … more
History Comes Out: LGBTQ+ Spaces and Places, the LGBT Center of Central PA's annual exhibit at the Dickinson College Archives, is on the lower level of the Waidner-Spahr Library, 333 W. High Street, … more
Don’t stop reading just because summer is over. Here’s a list that covers the gamut from true crime, memoir, fun-loving romance, coming-of-age stories in far-away places, and even a good … more
Don’t stop reading just because summer is over. Here’s a list that covers the gamut from true crime, memoir, fun-loving romance, coming-of-age stories in far-away places, and even a good … more
Nineteen galleries and exhibition sites will welcome visitors, free of charge, Sun., Sept. 8 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the 31st Annual Harrisburg Gallery Walk. Start your tour at The Art … more
A groundbreaking history exhibit has been traveling across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, educating communities near and far about the efforts that activists have undertaken in Pennsylvania to … more
The liquor board says they aren't telling the bars to cancel the drag shows, they're just warning them that it could possibly get them shut down for providing "adult entertainment. Several bars … more
Shake up your reading list with some recent and not-so-recent publications. From poetry to biography, from fiction to non-fiction, these titles are sure to captivate. Remember, the Dauphin County … more
Whether you have been with this arc from issue #1, or just jumped into the chaos due to the appearances of two fan-favorite characters, Wild Storm #20 will excite you with its fast-paced and action-packed story! more
A remarkable pair of documentaries will premiere at Midtown Cinema on May 13 as part of the Edward S. Finkelstein Harrisburg Jewish Film Festival. Family in Transition and On My Way Out: the … more
Hurriedly prepping for a Hong Kong AmfAR benefit and Art Basel Hong Kong, Christopher Makos tells Central Voice why he and his collaborative partner Paul Solberg chose Milford, PA for a … more
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