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Erie Reader: Vol. 4, No. 17
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Seventy years ago, three Erie brothers gave the ultimate sacrifice.

Part due to stigma, part due to being uninformed, often as a society, we can’t seem to be able to fully grasp the whats or the whys when an individual takes his or her own life. It's time to talk about the stigma of suicide.

We have police constantly stopping and searching young black men and arresting them, sometimes multiple times for little or no cause, creating an atmosphere of conflict, and instigating violent responses. Who's to blame?

Without an economic development strategy and an organization charged with overall responsibility, how do we, as citizens and taxpayers know that we are gaining or losing ground?

Jake's Blues, Rick Magee and the Roadhouse Rockers, and Six Years After close out 2014's 8 Great Tuesdays series.

Like Napster and YouTube before it, is grappling with copyright issues.

Football season is upon us.

Cirlce these dates on your calendar: Aug. 20 and 27 -- you now have lunch plans.

"The HurdGurdler" Brian McCoy, the Seattle-based guitar legend Baby Gramps, Seann P. Clark, The Armitan Hand, Jessi & the Grayhounds, the Justin Moyar Group lead the holiday weekend's lineup. 

A two-day festival with a smorgasbord of music, theater, and visual arts as only PACA can bring.