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A Q&A with Author Chuck Palahniuk.

A collection of local heavies -- and some local misses.

While the majority of Please was written before his 2013 divorce, Sondre Lerche’s split from his then-wife can’t help but hang over the Norwegian singer/songwriter’s seventh full-length studio album.

The former rock god collaborates with a cadre of world instrumentalists to craft music as fresh as anything you will hear this year.

Alt-J strips things down, taking away a lot of the dark, twitchy grooves from songs like “Fitzpleasure” and settled for a more reserved sound on their sophomore follow-up.

You may want to include the resort's 27th annual Fall Fest--free of charge--to your calendar.

The Behrend Campus teamed up with University Park to initiate a program to use reusable containers throughout the PSU system. 

Jay Paterno pens book exploring the life and death of his father, Joe Paterno.

Four ways to improve Erie.

Of all the things in all the world, mainstream stream choose to become engulfed in a nude selfie hoax.

It’s time for midterm grades and the Erie Reader Super Seven.

The first volume of Moros: A Hard Boiled Hero is out now.

Professional, polished and dynamic: Amanda Prischak.

Welcome to the State Game Land -- now pay the toll!

Environmentalist and founder of 350.org will talk climate change as part of Edinboro University's homecoming.

Broadway performer, playwright, and Juilliard grad Michael Milligan takes to the stage to deliver a performance portraying the struggles of self-reliance versus healthcare. 

StringsforaCURE's annual fundraiser includes music, desserts, and jewelry made from retired guitar strings.

This week's FILM at the EAM stars Christoph Waltz and is directed by Terry Gilliam, who once again proves to be more than just a member of the Monty Python crew.

Four local bands and one band who is, um, not so local will soon rock the stage at BT.

This free show at The King's Rook is not to be missed.

Learn how nonprofit businesses adapt to the changing economy. 

Frontiers of flight, updates, and recurring themes...

A $500,000 gift will allow Penn State Erie, The Behrend College to purchase high-tech equipment to help out students and local filmmakers.

Violence in Ferguson persists a month later, Chinese police officers teargas protestors, and the killer of a state trooper continues to lose police in the woods of Pennsylvania. This and more in your daily news update. 

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IN THIS ISSUE

A Q&A with Author Chuck Palahniuk.

A collection of local heavies -- and some local misses.

While the majority of Please was written before his 2013 divorce, Sondre Lerche’s split from his then-wife can’t help but hang over the Norwegian singer/songwriter’s seventh full-length studio album.

The former rock god collaborates with a cadre of world instrumentalists to craft music as fresh as anything you will hear this year.

Alt-J strips things down, taking away a lot of the dark, twitchy grooves from songs like “Fitzpleasure” and settled for a more reserved sound on their sophomore follow-up.

You may want to include the resort's 27th annual Fall Fest--free of charge--to your calendar.

The Behrend Campus teamed up with University Park to initiate a program to use reusable containers throughout the PSU system. 

Jay Paterno pens book exploring the life and death of his father, Joe Paterno.

Four ways to improve Erie.

Of all the things in all the world, mainstream stream choose to become engulfed in a nude selfie hoax.