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Local Author Spotlight

Local Author Spotlight

Check out a Q&A with local author Michele Mitchell.

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Gamut Theatre Chosen to Premiere New Play: Women Playing Hamlet

Gamut Theatre Chosen to Premiere New Play: Women Playing Hamlet

Next Friday, March 13th, the Gamut Theatre Group premiers Women Playing Hamlet, written by William Missouri Downs and directed by four-time Emmy winner Patrick Flick. The show runs through March 29th with performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and matinees on Sundays at 2:30pm.

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Mechanicsburg First Friday

Mechanicsburg First Friday

Cold weather did not stop the monthly gathering of art enthusiasts to Main St. in Mechanicsburg. Three hot spots for February’s First Friday were Record Smith, Metropolis Collective and Sunbury Press.

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The Smoker's Club Tour

The Smoker's Club Tour

On October 17, The Smokers Club Tour brought an iconic hip hop concert to The Chameleon Club in Lancaster. The lineup included B-Real from Cyrpress Hill, Berner, Mick Jenkins (who has a new album out called The Waters) and Hip-Hop legends Method Man and Redman, who were the headliners for the tour.

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The Huckle Buckle Boys

The Huckle Buckle Boys

Photographer and writer Robyn Woodley profiles the well-known local art duo of Garrick Dorsett and Zack Rudy, aka The Huckle Buckle Boys.

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VeTour Production’s Bloodbath Bash

VeTour Production’s Bloodbath Bash

Halloween is just around the corner, and if putting together a costume isn’t really your thing check out VeTour Production’s Bloodbath Bash. In the fifth installment of the Bloodbath Bash, Harrisburg can hope to paint the city redder than ever in fake blood. The event will be hosted by the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center (HMAC) on October 25, and has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a house party in Midtown Harrisburg. The Bloodbash idea was hatched in 2009 by three guys who wanted to throw a Halloween party but didn’t want to have to dress up. The concept for the event is very simple: Wear a white t-shirt. Go to the bash. Get covered in fake blood. No costume required.

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Crobot

Crobot

Live Sound Review

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Street Art in Harrisburg

Street Art in Harrisburg

Writer and photographer Robyn Woodley gives harrisburgmagazine.com readers a glimpse into the world of legal and not-so-legal graffiti in the Capital City.

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Painter Applies Extraordinary Skills to Portraits and Landscapes

Painter Applies Extraordinary Skills to Portraits and Landscapes

As painter Mark Topp discusses the elements of his craft, both comprehensible and oblique phrasing peppers his speech. There is “You learn by doing.” Or, “I do my best work when I’m not even thinking about it.” And, “You need to think through the materials…the painting and the painting experience are one.” None of it surprises those who know Topp, a 2008 émigré to the Harrisburg area.

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Middletown Woman Merges Art with Enterprise

Middletown Woman Merges Art with Enterprise

Up against the blacktop and concrete of Middletown’s busy North Union Street is the aptly named Arts on Union Gallery. The owner, and occupant of the 19th-century structure, is Christine Goldbeck. The energetic 47-year-old woman opened her business in February of 2009, one that accepts visitors and patrons “by appointment or by chance.”

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