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An Edinboro University of Pennsylvania student expresses her views on the current political climate and the need for change.

PA Theatre Guide announces the winner of their 2015 Readers' Choice Awards.

The National Association of Black Journalists president will address "The Changing Media Landscape."

Creating disaster is easier than you might think.

Benjamin Jealous is coming to Penn State Behrend on Feb. 15 to discuss issues of race

This welcoming shop has put its neighborhood in the right frame of mind for decades.

Anderson .Paak soulfully blends hip hop and R&B into a wonderful story. 

This is a fantastic opportunity to see world-class musicians doing what they do best.

The 1920’s have returned! 

Ideas for even the most jaded daters, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Leave it to the writer who made a hugely popular play out of a bad haircut to follow up with another deceptively mundane premise.

The Fireworks Ensemble is anything but ordinary.

Catalde might just want us to take a look and lighten up, already.

Somber echoes waft throughout Not To Disappear.

Obstructionist attempts to delay action are denied in court.

A crowd filled Erie City Council chambers on Jan. 31 to better understand the methods driving the plan to reduce violence across Erie County.

It's really a no-brainer...we have to tear down the bridge so that we can get money from the state to tear down the bridge.

From creative costuming to killer commutes, here’s what’s weirdest this week.

Lenny Abrahamson’s 2015 film Room is many things at once – a horror movie, a family drama, an examination of sexual abuse, and the survival tale of a “wild child” who grows up outside the confines of civilization.

Sean-Patrick and the gang will be in on Feb. 6, when they hit the Kings Rook Club’s stage.

A Good Snowman is Hard to Build is a puzzle game about, well, building snowmen.

Brutal, fast, and maybe a little evil, that’s the Maniacal Device way. 

In addition to solar potential, we also have a lot of wind. Thus, we must have a lot of answers blowin’ about in it.

The human cost of “progress.” 

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IN THIS ISSUE

Creating disaster is easier than you might think.

Benjamin Jealous is coming to Penn State Behrend on Feb. 15 to discuss issues of race

This welcoming shop has put its neighborhood in the right frame of mind for decades.

Anderson .Paak soulfully blends hip hop and R&B into a wonderful story. 

This is a fantastic opportunity to see world-class musicians doing what they do best.

The 1920’s have returned! 

Ideas for even the most jaded daters, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Leave it to the writer who made a hugely popular play out of a bad haircut to follow up with another deceptively mundane premise.

The Fireworks Ensemble is anything but ordinary.

Catalde might just want us to take a look and lighten up, already.