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With the football season finally upon us, it’s time to make some picks.

Adobe’s Flash, the ubiquitous Internet ad and video player, is finally dying. 

If anyone has embraced the world music scene, it’s British soul diva Joss Stone.

Drop by the Mercyhurst Institute for Arts and Culture for a challenging look at recent history.

It’s time to celebrate Frontier Park at the 17th Annual LEAF festival.

Are you ready to battle the Beast? 

Veteran photographers and amateurs alike should be excited about Sam Abell’s upcoming visit to Erie.

Everyman is one of English drama’s oldest plays; its story is just as timeless.

Night Lights features live performances from prolific, fun, great-to-see-live 

Oktoberfest is back in Erie.

Goodell Gardens will treat some lucky Erieites to a true farm-to-table dining experience.

The Erie Playhouse has big plans for The Little Mermaid.

Kilted or not, everyone can get a little (or, a lot) Scottish at the Highland Games on the green, rolling campus of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.

Arts & Drafts Fest will bring its celebration of music, art, and beer back to The Brewerie this fal.

What weaves together spoken word, musical theater, and gospel into one performance?

With a title like Poison Season, it’s appropriate that Dan Bejar’s latest album under the Destroyer Moniker has its fair share of venom

Special Guest: “Truly unique.”

Depression Cherry, the fifth album from Baltimore duo Beach House, is another exercise in the duo’s familiar dream-pop sound.

Get your calendars out, Erie, because you have a lot of shows to see. 

Film Society, Positive Youth Development, and the Downtown YMCA partner for Summer Jobs program.

EDM Extravaganza Features Live DJ Sets from Local and Regional Genre-Blenders

 

Fat Tire: Now available within biking distance.

Show Me A Hero and Erie’s housing crisis: What we can learn from Yonkers, N.Y.

Humane Society vs. Anna Shelter

Erie Reader: Vol. 5, No. 18
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IN THIS ISSUE

With the football season finally upon us, it’s time to make some picks.

Adobe’s Flash, the ubiquitous Internet ad and video player, is finally dying. 

If anyone has embraced the world music scene, it’s British soul diva Joss Stone.

Drop by the Mercyhurst Institute for Arts and Culture for a challenging look at recent history.

It’s time to celebrate Frontier Park at the 17th Annual LEAF festival.

Are you ready to battle the Beast? 

Veteran photographers and amateurs alike should be excited about Sam Abell’s upcoming visit to Erie.

Everyman is one of English drama’s oldest plays; its story is just as timeless.

Night Lights features live performances from prolific, fun, great-to-see-live 

Oktoberfest is back in Erie.