Rebirth of bloggERy

Category:  BloggERy
Friday, October 21st, 2011 at 12:00 AM
Rebirth of bloggERy by Ben Speggen
bjoneal.com

Here at Erie Reader, we're all about adapting, developing, and growing. So when some of our writers asked if they could have a blog spot on our website, we couldn't help but say yes. And so now we're here to introduce our newest venture: a blog section of our website.

We're injecting our blogs with a new energy and dedication so that they'll be the perfect place to spend with your breakfast coffee and donut every morning. Heck, it'll even BE your breakfast coffee and donut! And you're guaranteed to lose weight reading it!

Erie Reader writers will be covering everything from fracking to "Conan the Barbarian" to local timely events going on in between our print issues. Blog posts will go up whenever our writers stumble across something worth blogging about, and since we've been trusting their good judgment for a while now, we're trusting them here too. Get ready Readers. The bloggERy is the next great thing Erie Reader has to offer.

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How what we learn before the primary may matter through 2030 

This year, Earth Day Network and the March for Science have partnered to raise awareness.

If you’ve been inspired by the Women’s Marches you won’t want to miss the Penn State Behrend Gender Conference.

IN THIS ISSUE

The condition of cannabis use in Pennsylvania

Potential devastation in the wake of EPA budget cuts 

How what we learn before the primary may matter through 2030 

This year, Earth Day Network and the March for Science have partnered to raise awareness.

If you’ve been inspired by the Women’s Marches you won’t want to miss the Penn State Behrend Gender Conference.

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