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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
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 Art Association of Harrisburg 90th Juried Art Exhibit. The exhibit opens Fri., May 18, 5 p.m. for association members and the general public. The annual show runs through June … 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
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
“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
A wedding day is filled with symbolic tradition, from varied religious customs to the never-ending circle reflected in the rings and the types of flowers accentuating the celebration. Even with all … 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
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
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