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Mikal Cronin follows up the excellent MCII with another album of sonically-pleasing pop-rock tunes.

Hot Chip channels lowly-lit dance floors on their new album, coming off like a smoke-filled club that has Daft Punk and Pet Shop Boys in heavy rotation.

Erie Arts & Culture's 2015 Summit highlights the community's artistic potential. 

Edinboro University’s video game design program takes off.

State Senate draws clear party lines on one bill while unifying in bipartisan celebration over the other.

It's time for a four-day celebration of meat and merriment in Perry Square Park.

The outdoor music series returns for another year, with Badfish and Ark Band headling the first two shows.

Celebrate the weekend with the popular pop group and a few cold drinks.

An exploration of love, art, and bicycles.

You may just say your own prayer asking for the album to end.

The band name may be a little different, but Kopecky still packs all of the usual heart.

Reader riders test out Erie's Uber and Yellow Cab services.

Is the City of Erie’s population decline the final knockout punch?

The Vermont band look to capture your attention with an explosive set at the King's Rook Club.

Yarosz and the crew to head to Oasis for a true blues show.

Renowned flautist Bonita Boyd to join the Erie Chamber Orchestra for performance at Cathedral Prep.

Summer Block Party Season Kicks-off in Downtown Erie with Geek Army

Hindsight’s 20/20, but Jeb Bush’s vision of the invasion of Iraq may be blurred by bad intelligence seen through rose-tinted glasses.

The push to make Erie more bicycle-friendly.

The Jefferson Educational Society looks for answers in a new essay.

Asian Festival showcases culture from eight different countries.

The projects and programs undertaken by county government should not just be in the spirit of the Emerge 2040 plan; they should be the projects and programs of the Emerge 2040 plan.

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Mikal Cronin follows up the excellent MCII with another album of sonically-pleasing pop-rock tunes.

Hot Chip channels lowly-lit dance floors on their new album, coming off like a smoke-filled club that has Daft Punk and Pet Shop Boys in heavy rotation.

Erie Arts & Culture's 2015 Summit highlights the community's artistic potential. 

Edinboro University’s video game design program takes off.

State Senate draws clear party lines on one bill while unifying in bipartisan celebration over the other.

It's time for a four-day celebration of meat and merriment in Perry Square Park.

The outdoor music series returns for another year, with Badfish and Ark Band headling the first two shows.

Celebrate the weekend with the popular pop group and a few cold drinks.

An exploration of love, art, and bicycles.

You may just say your own prayer asking for the album to end.