Bob Protzman lines up some upcoming jazz festivals that may intrigue you.
2015 has been a good year for new music, but we can't keep track of everything. Here are four albums from the first half of 2015 that we didn't review and still deserve your attention.
FILM screenings award-winning documentary Wednesday, July 1.
With summer officially upon us, plenty of time remains to help Bike Erie reach their 2015 National Bike Challenge goals.
The High Priestess of Soul to be the focus of a new 100-minute documentary.
We have a sincere offer to help revamp Celebrate Erie
Refugees find Erie's Preferred Community rating not very representative of Erie's desire to educate and hire recently relocated individuals.
The UPMC Sunset Music Series will host a display of some local country veterans and new kids on the block when Refuge and M4 hit the stage at Presque Isle Beach 1 Wednesday, July 1.
When the members of The Clarks come to the Burger King Amphitheatre Tuesday, July 7, they'll bring nearly 30 years of good ol' rock experience with them.
The three-day music festival kicks off July 3.
Innovation in and outside of the plastics industry makes Rehrig Pacific a business to be trusted in the Erie area.
Brooke Surgener, a member of the Reader's 2014 40 under 40 class, will show off her DIY attitude and musical talents at the Erie Art Museum's Mid-day Art Break Wednesday, July 1.
The King of Rock 'n' Roll is coming to the Erie Playhouse next week, in the form of the stage's latest fundraising event: Luigi Jannuzzi's All The King's Women.
Can the struggle for power in local government take a break so that change can be achieved?
"We are very stoked for our debut at the Kings Rook and look forward to an epic night full of dancing," MoChester guitarist/pianist/vocalist/cowbellist Jonathan Sheffer said.