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Join Keystone Crossroads to discuss arts and economic development in York

Written by WITF Staff | May 6, 2016 10:57 AM
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Keystone Crossroads is marking its second anniversary with a community event in York.

The public is invited to join the team for a viewing session and discussion on May 24.

Participants will preview "Preservation, Innovation," a new 30-minute Keystone Crossroads television program. They will see one segment on York's thriving art community and how it's boosting economic development in the city and another on "Municipalities in Distress: Harrisburg."

After watching the stories, the audience will be invited to share ideas and reactions with WITF's Keystone Crossroads journalist Emily Previti and Naomi Starobin, managing editor of the project. 

This event is set for 7:00 p.m. at LSC Design, located at 320 North George Street in York. While the event is free and open to the public, RSVP is requested for planning purposes. Light refreshment will be provided.

The latest Keystone Crossroads television program "Preservation, Innovation,"is set to air at 8:30 p.m. on WITF-TV.

About Keystone Crossroads

Keystone Crossroads: Rust or Revival? explores the urgent challenges pressing upon Pennsylvania's cities. A collaboration of public media newsrooms--WHYY, WITF, WESA, WQED, and WPSU, Keystone Crossroads reports in-depth on the root causes of our state's challenges and possible solutions. Keystone Crossroads is supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Keystone Crossroads on Twitter @PaCrossroads and on Facebook.

Keystone Crossroads is supported regionally by the law firm of McNees Wallace & Nurick. 

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