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Executive Chef Bill Fuller emphasizes fresh ingredients, craft beer, and distinct menu items with his Cal-Mex cuisine

Veterans Day is over, but that isn’t stopping the Winter Warriors tour from showing their appreciation for those who served.

A holiday poem by Rebecca Styn with apologies to Clement Clarke Moore...

A staged reading that will have you talking about race in America.

What’s your calendar look like on Friday, Dec. 5?  How about meeting an artist or two and feasting your eyes on the best of local, regional, and national art?

Get ready to make it a throwback Black Friday, Erie.

A sure sign of the season.

It's a crazy-good lineup of local rock stars that will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy in the chill of winter.

Buddy the Elf rings in Christmas like no other.

Expect holiday tunes, from the traditional to the swinging.

What the governor-elect’s victory means for Erie and the Keystone State

EUP Honors student Megan Kuntz won a national award in the Visual Art category at the National Collegiate Honors Conference in Denver.

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Don't touch that dial!

From weird patriotism to some really bright ideas, this is the news you just can't make up.

Re-examining the impending consolidations or closings United States Postal Service Branches.

The 2014 midterm elections -- a dark week for the Republican party?

Examining the 2014 midterm elections.

"The Best Ever Death Metal Band out of Denton" gets retold by Denver-based singer-songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff. Hail Satan!

Critical times lie ahead for the state of Pennsylvania and the city of Erie: A look at the governor-elect, Destination Erie, community voices, and waking up local leadership.

Get ready folks, this one's a doozy. If you haven't yet heard, the grand jury in Ferguson has come to a decision, Buffalo is preparing for floods, and a young man in Erie threatened a college. History is being made every day, so we've rounded it up for you, in case you missed it.

Interstellar sweeps us away in the science, leaving us to drift among the stars and observe in wonder rather than understand. For this, it is utterly demanding of second and third viewings -- a Nolan trademark.

As media satires go, it may not break any new ground, but it’s a rare piece of work that brings a living, breathing, if somewhat derivative ferocity to a familiar concept.

Are you spatchcocking your bird this Thanksgiving? No? Snort. All the really hip people are.

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Executive Chef Bill Fuller emphasizes fresh ingredients, craft beer, and distinct menu items with his Cal-Mex cuisine

Veterans Day is over, but that isn’t stopping the Winter Warriors tour from showing their appreciation for those who served.

A holiday poem by Rebecca Styn with apologies to Clement Clarke Moore...

A staged reading that will have you talking about race in America.

What’s your calendar look like on Friday, Dec. 5?  How about meeting an artist or two and feasting your eyes on the best of local, regional, and national art?

Get ready to make it a throwback Black Friday, Erie.

A sure sign of the season.

It's a crazy-good lineup of local rock stars that will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy in the chill of winter.

Buddy the Elf rings in Christmas like no other.

Expect holiday tunes, from the traditional to the swinging.