Arts & Culture
Art exhibit by LGBTQ+ college students graces the walls of Pa. governor’s residence
'These shows are important to queer artists so that we have our own space,' art student Magdalene Sanchez said.
Your guide to Juneteenth events in the Philadelphia Region
This year, Juneteenth will be marked with free admission to several museums, community events, music performances, art showcases and festivals throughout the city and the Greater Philadelphia region.
Defying national backlash, Philadelphia’s drag performers press on
'If you go back to the founding fathers, weren’t all those people wearing powdered wigs? Is that not drag?' performer Deej Nutz said.
Giovanni’s Room: The Booksellers who built a community
Philadelphia's landmark gay and feminist bookstore celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Statue of renowned Nebraska author Willa Cather unveiled in U.S. Capitol
Cather began her writing career in Pittsburgh, where she worked as a journalist and teacher for a decade.
Pride in Philadelphia and beyond is a celebration for all. Here’s what’s happening across Pa.
June is pride month in Pennsylvania. The calendar is full this month and beyond in Philadelphia and across the state.
What book bans and the Hollywood writers strike have in common | Heather MacDonald
If all else fails, I have to imagine it would be easier to replace studio execs with ChatGPT than the writers.
‘Government at all levels created segregation’: author Rothstein says ahead of HBG appearance
Richard Rothstein speaks at Harrisburg’s Midtown Scholar bookstore on June 3 at 6 p.m.
Gay people and people of color aren’t a threat. Education isn’t indoctrination | Opinion
What is the cost of a book ban? Are student’s voices being considered in the fight for curriculum control?
How Scranton’s Hispanic community is driving the rebirth of the city’s South Side
'When you drive through the streets it seems nice, everyone smiles,” merchant Michelle Lloyd said.
Report: The arts contributed $28.6B to Pa.’s economy in 2021 | Thursday Morning Coffee
Contributions from the state's creative sector were up 8.5%, employing more than 165K people full-time.
Poverty infringes on all our prosperity, author Matthew Desmond says ahead of HBG appearance
The Pulitzer Prize winner speaks at Harrisburg's Midtown Scholar bookstore on Wednesday at 7 p.m.