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Satirical publication The Onion targets Erie's waterfront. 

Liven up another boring workday with your weekly dose of Tuesday Bluesday! This week: The Velvet Bulldozer

Finding beauty on a billboard.

A Labor Day reflection beyond the booze and schmooze. 

Conservatives met in Dallas. What does this mean for the PA-3?

The Onion's story of Brad Meredith Blevins continues into a second season of fantasy goodness.

A brief address of the continued need for all-ages venues in our community as a means of fostering creative growth

Weapons Priming and the Role of Militarization

LEAF hosts its final Movie in the Arboretum this Friday. It's going to be a kickin' time.

Enjoy a Black & White Affair to celebrate the release of a new compilation involving some of Erie's most prolific independent artists.

Former Laker pitcher making his mark in Class A Northwest League as member of Seattle Mariners organization

Stories you may have missed from the Erie Reader Archive. This week: Is the "runway to somewhere, we hope," really a "bridge to nowhere?"

Fantasy/ Sci-fi fans, take note - the Screamicorn is here!

 

California punk band sells out.

Megyn Kelly knows her role on Fox News. Monday night she stepped out.  

New MIAC programming director talks about taking the reigns, booking up-and-coming acts, and one very, very, very, very big harp.

Director of Economic and Community Development to lead Authority.

The owner of Big Ear Records talks about his newly opened record store

Liven up another boring workday with your weekly dose of Tuesday Bluesday! This week: Queen of the Blues

Paul Ryan intimates Republican victory strategy on Face The Nation.

Erie School District begins 2014-2015 year with two programs intended to mitigate issues related to poverty. 

El-P and Killer Mike are back to business on "Blockbuster Night Part 1," and business is good.

Fitness trainers hate this one weird trick

From princesses and pageants to pigs and poultry: The Crawford County Fair is where it's at!

Erie Reader: Vol. 4, No. 18
Available on Sep. 3, 2014