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Arts and Culture Editor Alex Bieler picks out some of his favorite music videos that came to be in 2014.

Come down to East High School tonight at 6 p.m. to see what students are learning about music!

Here's a roundup of top news stories you might have missed from yesterday. Consider it an early Christmas present. 

The Romantic Era's Connor Kimball talks about the band's musical direction, lineup changes, and having a team mentality. Plus, be one of the first people to check out the video for new song "Forever."

It's been a big day in world news, folks. The Taliban has claimed responsibility for another massive terrorist attack, Cuban cigars are about to become legal, and your holiday plans to see "The Interview" are getting spoiled. All that and more, in case you missed it.

The Republican field begins to take shape for 2016. When will we learn from our mistakes. 

The Senate confirms a surgeon general and lots, lots, of judges. 

The United Way and Home Team of Erie County host a memorial event for homeless in our region. 

Congress passed a spending bill, but at what cost?

Russia's buying gold to help ensure its financial future while the U.S. Senate passes a $1.1 trillion spending bill to get us through the end of the year. This and more, in case you missed it. 

Arts and Culture Editor Alex Bieler recently attended a concert where a few concert goers nearly ruined the experience. Here's a guide of what not to do at a show.

Erie County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper joins Wolf transition team. 

The animation wizards at MoreFrames have put together a short showreel for 2015, and it's wonderful.

It's Friday and Fidel Castro was awarded the Confucius Peace Prize this week. So ask yourself, what else did I miss?

As Birdman progresses, Director Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu dazzlingly melds art and life itself, gliding on a camera that seems to never stop.

New E Route Promotes Cultural Activites, Encourages People to Spend More Time Downtown -- and Is FREE.

Exactly what is a National Marine Sanctuary, and why would Erie want one?

Presidential precedent on prodigious problems. 

Former State Sen. Jane Earll sworn in to PASSHE Board of Governors.

It's humpday again, and the world is just as wild as ever. Thankfully, your search for watercooler conversation fodder ends here. 

The Presque Isle Partnership is hosting Polar Fest on Sunday, Dec. 14, a winter version of Discover Presque Isle, if you will, featuring indoor and outdoor activities related to the winter season.

Music fans were in for a treat this past November when a long list of those loquacious lyricists showed off their musical chops at 814 Grinders: Hip-hop Pt. 1. The event was so good, in fact, that it will be getting a sequel Friday, Dec. 12 at The Beer Mug.

Wayward Tattoo Studio presents Arc Angels Toy Drive

PACA presents Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and then some!)

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The Presque Isle Partnership is hosting Polar Fest on Sunday, Dec. 14, a winter version of Discover Presque Isle, if you will, featuring indoor and outdoor activities related to the winter season.

Music fans were in for a treat this past November when a long list of those loquacious lyricists showed off their musical chops at 814 Grinders: Hip-hop Pt. 1. The event was so good, in fact, that it will be getting a sequel Friday, Dec. 12 at The Beer Mug.

Wayward Tattoo Studio presents Arc Angels Toy Drive

PACA presents Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and then some!)

The Lake Erie Ballet will continue its holiday tradition this year with four productions of The Nutcracker at the Warner Theatre this December, including a pair of special events. 

Pittsburgh indie rockers return to Erie's Basement Transmissions.

The Station Dinner Theatre will celebrate its 25th Anniversary Holiday Musical event with Christmas Memories: A Christmas Carol

Martinis and blues go together just like peas and carrots. Confused? Read on.

Michigan-bred 'mericana badasses return to Erie Saturday, Dec. 19.

ECO showcases both new and old holiday music with its upcoming show.