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Russell Malone has a change of pace with his new album, Love Looks Good On You.

United Way and the Bayfront East Side Taskforce team up for movies and books at Nate Levy Park.

In an era of 140 characterisms, two local students are acknowledged for their essay skills. 

"New Americans" filmmaker finds new subjects, new stories from outpost in Botswana. 

Aaron Cox has his mentor Mike Trout to thank and some strikes to throw now that he has a chance at making it in the big leagues.

With 40 years of interviewing experience, James LeCorchick goes back and recalls the good ones, the bad ones, and the just plain ugly ones.

The CEO of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, passed away a week and a half ago. With his time in the gaming industry, he left a lasting legacy.

It's not every day you get to see musicians wear wrestling masks while performing. Catch Los Straighjackets at 8 Great Tuesdays.

While Tyler Smilo isn't from the Erie area, he sure has made a name here for himself, and that is what brought him to perform at WQLN Sounds Around Town.

Geek Army performs at Sherlock's/ Park Place for another awesome show for a great cause.

Surprise! Wilco has a new album called Star Wars, and it packs a punch.

The Pittsburgh trio's EP shows off their old-school rock sound.

Jason Isbell uses the quiet spaces on the album to his advantage, which channels a quiet devastion.

Kevin Parker, the musician behind Tame Impala, adds more synth and leaves behind some guitar on Currents.

If you haven't seen Interstellar yet, you should watch it under the star during Porreco's Movies Under the Stars Series.

Dwayne Dospie and the Zydeco Hellraisers raise are set to play 8 Great Tuesdays and make it a blast.

War of Ages return to Erie with years more of experience, and some new bands performing with them.

Check out the talent that is coming Romolo's way.

Erie is lucky to have Presque Isle, and to have Discover Presque Isle.

Like Moths to Flames highlights a night of heavy metal at Basement Transmissions, and is bringing with them a whole bill of out-of-town artists.

The Midnight Swim, playing at the Erie Art Museum, is not a horror movie. It is something quite like it, but something that you've never seen before.

The schedule for Erie Art Museum's Blues and Jazz Fest is packed and loaded, and ready to jazz.

William Sesler takes a look at how President Obama has handled immigration, and the possibilites for reform there are.

Solar Revolution LLC, of Erie, works to meet demand and increase knowledge and the power of solar panels.

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IN THIS ISSUE

Aaron Cox has his mentor Mike Trout to thank and some strikes to throw now that he has a chance at making it in the big leagues.

With 40 years of interviewing experience, James LeCorchick goes back and recalls the good ones, the bad ones, and the just plain ugly ones.

The CEO of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, passed away a week and a half ago. With his time in the gaming industry, he left a lasting legacy.

It's not every day you get to see musicians wear wrestling masks while performing. Catch Los Straighjackets at 8 Great Tuesdays.

While Tyler Smilo isn't from the Erie area, he sure has made a name here for himself, and that is what brought him to perform at WQLN Sounds Around Town.

Geek Army performs at Sherlock's/ Park Place for another awesome show for a great cause.

Surprise! Wilco has a new album called Star Wars, and it packs a punch.

The Pittsburgh trio's EP shows off their old-school rock sound.

Jason Isbell uses the quiet spaces on the album to his advantage, which channels a quiet devastion.

Kevin Parker, the musician behind Tame Impala, adds more synth and leaves behind some guitar on Currents.