More from Photographer Heather Prather

Category:  BloggERy
Monday, November 21st, 2011 at 11:53 AM
More from Photographer Heather Prather by Jay Stevens
Heather Prather & Erie Reader

If you haven't had a chance to pick up a paper copy of the lastest issue of the Erie Reader, you're missing out on the color photos inside the paper's pages of the October 8 ERG bout taken by Heather Prather.

Luckily for you, Heather's put up a montage of photos taken at the even on her blog. You know what to do: check them out!

You can also check out some video from the bout, too. Super derby fan, Eric Romero, has a YouTube channel full of derby action in region, and has some clips taken from the ERG v Babes of Wrath bout that was featured in the derby article. Here's a clip of a Ginger Vixxen jam at the start of the bout:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UrRCAX0lEo

Photos

Enjoy.

Erie Reader: Vol. 4, No. 15
Now Available — Pick It Up Today

CURRENT

A music video and a brick are all that remain.

Congress to sue the President! Not so fast...

 

Philly band to visit Cleveland and Pittsburgh during a three-month tour in support of its excellent new album.

Sarah Palin is launching a new internet television channel that's pure politics and anything for money.

The University of British Columbia may have said Erie is an "unhappy" city. We happen to disagree!

IN THIS ISSUE

Festival fashion is all about creating a funky, boho look that you could rarely get away with on a typical day.

When the heat is just too much or the rain forces us indoors, board games are always there keep us company.

The parody artist returneth.

The Welsh alternative band that has always used its music to rail against war, injustice, and apathy tones down their politics a bit a delivers a catchy and likable album.

In an age where plenty of material goods are shipped in from overseas, the bright minds nominated in the Design Competition are trying to bring some innovation to Erie, Pa. at the Erie Art Museum.

Imagine a backyard party, but one with awesome jam bands that lasts two days. Head to the Gathering at Chaffee’s in Girard to make your vision a reality.

Terrifying funk from beyond the grave...

A great expression of nearly flawless hardcore, lyrically diverse, and pulsating formula, From Parts Unknown hits hard and fast.

Mark Twain? Cross-dressing? People faking their own deaths? Yep -- this one has it all.

If this album doesn't inspire you to play, nothing will.