Megyn Kelly knows her role on Fox News. Monday night she stepped out.
New MIAC programming director talks about taking the reigns, booking up-and-coming acts, and one very, very, very, very big harp.
Director of Economic and Community Development to lead Authority.
The owner of Big Ear Records talks about his newly opened record store
Liven up another boring workday with your weekly dose of Tuesday Bluesday! This week: Queen of the Blues
The Art of Patricia Kearney: Selected Work 1975-2013
Erie Man Returns to Troubled Homeland to Document Crisis
No Second Guessing The New Depression starts with circus-like fanfare, but there's no funny business after that – only serious rhymes layered upon thick, jazzy samples that don't neglect the booming bottom-end we all appreciate.
If you are an inveterate fan of New Jersey pop-punk quartet The Gaslight Anthem, you will likely be disappointed or at least befuddled by their latest release.
After releasing their debut album back in 2011, Buffalo-quartet The Albrights return with their self-titled sophomore release, and the results are as catchy as ever.
The sole founding members of Spoon have mastered the art of piecing together separate sonic parts to create a memorable whole, carefully constructing songs with basic elements before adding special touches through audio engineering tricks to dazzle all of the headphone listeners out there.
German Heritage Festival, Zabawa Polish Festival, and the Erie County Fair -- all happening in two weeks!
Unicorns and vampires? FILM's got you covered, Erie.
Two nights, two killer shows: Chrome Moses w/ Daybreak Radio, and The Burning River Ramblers at King’s Rook Club.
Seventy years ago, three Erie brothers gave the ultimate sacrifice.