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Forging ahead with Velocity Network and Behrend’s AMIC. 

Reasons to raise a glass.

In Trump’s America, the rubes win. Not literally, of course, but they’ll believe they have won, and that is much, much worse.

The only decision is whether to build or spectate.

Unite and Celebrate at the 24th Annual Erie Pride Parade and Festival 

Two Steps are a trio from Melbourne, Australia consisting of drums, guitar, and violin.

Gyan Ghising: teacher, musician, entrepreneur

Get lost. (And found.) 

Goodell Gardens & Homestead’s Summer Music Series continues on Aug. 26 with Tiger Maple String Band.

Holy Trinity Parish of Erie will celebrate Polish heritage with a three-day festival held from Aug. 26 to 28. 

Night Lights also calls Sherman, New York’s beautiful Great Blue Heron festival grounds its home, bringing a new vibe into that hallowed space.

NAO described the album to Billboard as a “definite nod” to the pop music of the 1990s.

Erie Pizza Bomber Part II.

Bacteria to the rescue once again. 

Sink your fangs into this harrowing tale.

Blow off some tension with the Erie Philharmonic Woodwind Quintet in the penultimate installment of the Erie Art Museum’s Mid-day Art Break music series. 

Eight Great Tuesdays is ending its 2016 run just right with a performance by Think Pink Floyd, a Philly-based tribute band. 

J Mascis, Lou Barlow, and Murph are back again, right where they ought to be. 

Political Correctness.

A few real reasons to celebrate. 

On Sunday, Aug. 21, The Wailers are bringing their signature, summery sound to Schickalay’s on the Bay.

All My Sons is an extremely powerful story about post-WWII family and betrayal.

Both weekend visitors and Erie natives will fill the downtown Erie streets for four days of summer festivities.

The iconographic punk rock band might have taken its time, but some things are worth the wait.

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