Erie Reader: Vol. 1, No. 6

May 4th, 2011 — May 17th, 2011
http://www.eriereader.com/issue/1/6
Wednesday, May 4th, 2011 at 12:00 AM

Gov. Corbett has a plan for how Pennsylvania's universities can survive the budget crunch. Cory Vaillancourt tries to make those lemons into something, well, drinkable.

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011 at 12:00 AM

May 7 may just be the happiest day of the year for some folks. Sure, they're likely wearing some Wolverine claws, but this is their day, and it could be yours too.

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011 at 12:00 AM

Boom. World changed. Life altered. All because of one V/U album. Michael Bennett explains.

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011 at 12:00 AM

What else besides big hats goes hand in hand with the Kentucky Derby? Mint Juleps. And this week, Melissa Bruno's mixing one up for you.

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011 at 12:00 AM

Josh Heynes is preparing to swim across Lake Erie. For the second time.

Saturday, April 30th, 2011 at 12:00 AM

Kristen Wright needed to get reacquianted with her hip. No, not the one on her body. She needed cool, so she hit the local jazz scene.

CURRENT

Opening Nightl kicks off the new film series at the Erie Art Museum.

The Erie Philharmonic has condensed the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Finland into a tidy 90-minute program.

Erie’s Teddy Rankin has built a gorgeous record, beautifully crafted at every turn.

‘See what gross inconsistency is tolerated.’ 

Some changes are hard to believe in.

IN THIS ISSUE

Opening Nightl kicks off the new film series at the Erie Art Museum.

The Erie Philharmonic has condensed the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Finland into a tidy 90-minute program.

Erie’s Teddy Rankin has built a gorgeous record, beautifully crafted at every turn.

‘See what gross inconsistency is tolerated.’ 

Some changes are hard to believe in.

Repeal and Destroy

Head to the Kings Rook Club to see performances by Gem City Revival, Zack Orr, and The Honest Mistakes.

Unified brings together music, discourse, and peaceful protest.

 The Erie Playhouse will perform the same three one-act plays held on its first performance 101 years ago.

Fuzzy, imaginative, and just a little demented, Red Dirt, Yellow Snow brings together a myriad of fantastic elements.