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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
In honor of Transgender Day of Visibility, the LGBT Center of Centeral PA is hosting a "transcending visibility" Sat., Mar. 30, from 6 to 9 p.m. The event will be held at the center, 1306 N … more
LGBT History Open House at Dickinson Archives Are you interested in seeing the LGBT History Project's archived materials up close and personal? An open house will be held at the Dickinson … more
In her new book, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Trans (But Were Afraid to Ask), respected trans activist and writer Brynn Tannehill dispels misinformation and transphobic myths while … more
Running until March 31, “Andy Warhol – From A to B and Back Again” at the Whitney Museum of American Art is the first major retrospective of the iconic Pop artist’s work in … 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
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