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“We want to raise the profile of the LGBT community in a positive manner” is what Travis Woodyard told Central Voice. One year later the all-volunteer Helping with Pride group is formally … more
Lancaster Pride drew thousands out to Conestoga Street in downtown Lancaster June 23. "We’re not going anywhere but our fight for basic civil rights isn’t over,” one participant … 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
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
Before The Emails or Benghazi or a blue Gap dress, Hillary Clinton dealt with a much less controversial stain on her character, which was that she reportedly liked to gab with high-profile dead … more
Allison Hill, also known as The Hill, is a Harrisburg neighborhood located directly east of downtown Harrisburg. The Hill sits on a bluff overlooking downtown. Pictured are students from Penn … more
The Victory Fund, through its affiliated Victory Institute, is accepting applications for summer internships. The prestigious fellowship and internship programs train and support LGBTQ leaders in … more
Finally, it’s spring, and The Dauphin Co. Library has a wide range of titles to get you prepared for outdoor gardening, travel preparations, or where to find great reads while you … more
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