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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
Five artists will share their creative visions with viewers at the Art Association’s galleries in “Linear Juxtapositions,” Dec. 1 through Jan. 4. more
Susquehanna Art Museum presents Vessels, a juried exhibition that’s causing folks to stop and contemplate the many nuances of the word, “vessel”. Vessels is on view in the Museum’s Lobby … more
As a co-founder of 90s activist organization, The Lesbian Avengers, and author Anne-christine d’Adesky‘s addresses the legacy of 1990s radical lesbian activism, too often overshadowed by the work … 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
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
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
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
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
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
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