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It's billed as the 'Biggest Little Fair Around.' And this year's -- its 70th -- is around for one (more) night only.

FILM at the EAM returns Wednesday. Great titles and big names ahead.

Anonymous organization has two messages for Erie: "Obey Kunco" and "UGLY"

Night Lights Music Festival set to host Snarky Puppy, two dozen other bands for a two-day spectacular of sights and sound.

A gallery 'o Smith's pics from the Edinboro Highland Games and Scottish Festival

Stories you may have missed from the Erie Reader Archive. This week: Jason Lavery

There’s just something so irresistibly, intoxicatingly cool about Guardians

Concerned citizens challenge County Council's faith. 

Alt-J performs their wonderfully-weird "Every Other Freckle" on Conan in a creepy-yet-cool performance.

Liven up another boring workday with your weekly dose of Tuesday Bluesday! This week: Barbecue Bob

At Tuesday's Erie County Council meeting members of the public will request a separation of Church and State. Can Council be saved?  

By LeeS

Lee has his sights set on the AFC, picking the division winners and losers.

By LeeS

He's back -- and he's picking the division winners and losers for the 2014-2015 season.

The Society of Professional Journalists has revised its code of ethics. Simply abide. 

From Brewing in a Basement to Building a Craft Beer Empire -- it's the story of Lavery Brewing Company

Poets Hall proprietor honored with one-year term.

A brief look at the way streaming video services have changed the way we watch TV, and what we might expect from the future.

AGT turns out voters with Twitter. Could this trend in favor of democracy?

Stories you may have missed from the Erie Reader Archive. This week: MIAC

Sometimes facing a demonic invasion can help a man connect with a whole community.

Read on to find out the voting details!

Netflix wants to stop the Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger. You might agree. 

The horror, the horror --

After going 18-6 (14-6 in high schools, 4-0 in colleges) last week, JRL's back with Week 2 and 3 gridiron picks.

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The horror, the horror --

After going 18-6 (14-6 in high schools, 4-0 in colleges) last week, JRL's back with Week 2 and 3 gridiron picks.

A traveling art exhibit that provides a look at what we have and what we may be losing.

Black Science is where the pursuit of knowledge meets anarchist abandon. No technology or taboo is off limits for these zealous scientists, and anarchist scientist Grant McKay has invented the “Pillar,” a device that can punch through time and space, dissolving all barriers to the multiverse. 

Erie native draws on his past, embraces his future.

A look at the upcoming season, including performances by Anais Mitchell, Ben Sollee, and Jose James.

Mascis trades in the searing solos of his Jazzmaster for the softer picks and strums of his Martin, putting on a plucking performance in soft and sweet numbers like “Me Again” and “Wide Awake,” the latter of which he sings with Chan Marshall of Cat Power fame.

The new album kicks off with fun contributions from Newman and Case in the title track and “Champions of Red Wine” before turning into a party on Bejar’s synth and harmonica assisted “War on the East Coast.”

Three waterfront projects, three ways to develop Erie's economy. 

The Staten Island, N.Y. band has always employed a sort of manic energy during their music, but LOSE sounds like a band that has matured, able to blend their excitable sonic freakouts with doses of restraint.