Net neutrality is on life support. But there may still be time for a miracle that saves the internet as we know it.
A show that at first seems serious quickly morphs into a hilarious comedy.
Roar on the Shore brings millions of dollars to the Erie region, but some local business owners think they're being cut out of the action.
Weird Al's lastest album, Mandatory Fun, brings more than parody. It packs a rather fat social punch.
County system lends passes to Erie Art Museum? Cool!
It's weird, but it's news -- it's News of the Weird!
Fragmented Local Government Damaging Region’s Economic Development
The Walkmen frontman trades in his booming vocal style from the past and adapts to more of a ‘50s and ‘60s croon, tackling both joyous pop tunes and the slow sway.
The Philadelphia-based musician takes listeners on a spiritual journey on his debut.
For his third album under the moniker How to Dress Well, Tom Krell showcases his R&B-tinged pop sound in various states of undress.
Max Bemis is back with a reinvented Say Anything – still vibrant but more mature, electronic, and reflective than ever before.
The firing and hiring gaffe of the General McLane School Board.
Cees Smith: Dutch Soccer Star, Legendary Athlete Who Calls Erie Home
From destructive days with the guns and the drugs and the fights and the nights in the Greybar Hotel, the renowned videographer is now building a bright future for himself in Erie.
Welcome to the World Cup of gaming.