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Festival fashion is all about creating a funky, boho look that you could rarely get away with on a typical day.

When the heat is just too much or the rain forces us indoors, board games are always there keep us company.

The parody artist returneth.

The Welsh alternative band that has always used its music to rail against war, injustice, and apathy tones down their politics a bit a delivers a catchy and likable album.

In an age where plenty of material goods are shipped in from overseas, the bright minds nominated in the Design Competition are trying to bring some innovation to Erie, Pa. at the Erie Art Museum.

Imagine a backyard party, but one with awesome jam bands that lasts two days. Head to the Gathering at Chaffee’s in Girard to make your vision a reality.

A great expression of nearly flawless hardcore, lyrically diverse, and pulsating formula, From Parts Unknown hits hard and fast.

Mark Twain? Cross-dressing? People faking their own deaths? Yep -- this one has it all.

If this album doesn't inspire you to play, nothing will.

Dozens of craft brewers, two sessions, one location. Beer on the Bay is back. 

A weekend of events to discover and celebrate Presque Isle. 

Sounds Around Town comes to a close with Bronsen Euard and The Essentials. 

A gritty, gorgeous film and a talented local fillmaker -- all in one night at one place.

Your Guide to Getting the Most Out of the Two-day Fest in Frontier Park.

ECGRA invests over $77,000 throughout Erie County.

Gov. Corbett unlocks potential timber grab with new Federal Farm Bill

Gauging the "LeBron Effect" and what the all-star's return to his hometown truly means.

From toilet training to taking it too far, it's News of the Weird.

With new gas stations sprouting up in Erie, it's time to talk design.

The inappropriate statue of Jim Thome, The Return of the King, and an impending meeting with the General Mclane School Board.

Hardcore legends take the stage at the new BT

Erie native Elliot Spaeder completes the central Lake Erie swim.

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Festival fashion is all about creating a funky, boho look that you could rarely get away with on a typical day.

When the heat is just too much or the rain forces us indoors, board games are always there keep us company.

The parody artist returneth.

The Welsh alternative band that has always used its music to rail against war, injustice, and apathy tones down their politics a bit a delivers a catchy and likable album.

In an age where plenty of material goods are shipped in from overseas, the bright minds nominated in the Design Competition are trying to bring some innovation to Erie, Pa. at the Erie Art Museum.

Imagine a backyard party, but one with awesome jam bands that lasts two days. Head to the Gathering at Chaffee’s in Girard to make your vision a reality.

A great expression of nearly flawless hardcore, lyrically diverse, and pulsating formula, From Parts Unknown hits hard and fast.

Mark Twain? Cross-dressing? People faking their own deaths? Yep -- this one has it all.

If this album doesn't inspire you to play, nothing will.