Blade Runner, Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fi classic, will screen July 1 at the Erie Art Museum
The local initiatives that are playing a role in making the city a safer place.
Lifting the ban on marijuana is easy; legalizing it isn’t – and it isn’t because of the War on Drugs.
Nic Pizzolatto shifts gears in True Detective’s second season for a whole new ride.
The century-old business continues to thrive on Erie’s East Side.
Historical Society of Erie County hosts preservation summit and annual meeting.
Joel Brennan from Steadfast Tattoo Parlour has teamed up with his friends and customers – the beer masters at Lavery Brewing Company – to host Erie's first "BBQ, Brews, & Tattoos" celebration
Thanks to everyone who signed the petition. The addition of your voice to this conversation makes it louder and harder to ignore.
You’ll be hard pressed to find a more meta recording than 2015’s astounding Astral Bridges
There’s an unlikely convert after the latest City Council meeting.
If you are not a current fan of world music, this album is your perfect introduction
It’s been 13 years since Desaparecidos released its last record, but the Conor Oberst-fronted punk rock group hasn’t mellowed in the years since Read Music/Speak Spanish
There are sexy albums, and then there’s Miguel’s Wildheart
Shakespeare in the Park Opens at Frontier Park on Monday July 20th
Local musicians put on a show in honor of the late Kurt Sahlmann.
Roar on the Shore rolls back into Erie from Wednesday, July 15 through Saturday, July 18
Ideology, science, and the politics of medical marijuana.
Hendrik Meurkins to show his skills on the harmonic at Romolos.
Local acts Tennessee Backporch with Tyler Smilo storm Beach 1 for the final UPMC Sunset Music Series show of 2015.
Want to see some gardens? How about 44 of them?
Saxophonist Eric Alexander to treat Erie to some soul jazz.
The King of rock 'n' roll is the subject of another show at the Erie Playhouse.
Head to PACA for twists, turns, laughs, and tragedies.
Punk and post-rock at Sherlock's.
Comedic mastermind Weird Al Yankovic will be at the Warner Theater Friday, July 10
The Groove stops by WQLB for the Sounds Around Town Performance Series.
Friday, July 10, Dragon Wagon plays another free show at the King’s Rook Club.
Abbey Road, a Beatles tribute band, is to play alongside “Elvis” and Jackson Station.
Stop by Beach 1 for the penultimate UPMC Sunset Music Series showcase.
Treat yourself to some fiery fiddle at Presque Isle Downs.
Jake's Blues and The Riffriders to pay a visit to the Burger King Amphitheater.
Lisa Austin on how the EMTA board needs transit stakeholders.
Head to Goodell Gardens for a lesson in Erie-based Americana with Matt Texter.
The majority of the General Assembly continues to ignore the voice of the voter and instead puts forth its own out-of-touch priorities.
Thanks to the museum’s Mid-day Art Break, you can hear works from some of Erie’s finest musicians, including Zack Orr.
Continuing the North East conversation.
Erie Art Museum Presents Mid-day Art Break with Eric Brewer Wednesday, July 15th
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump squared off for the first time. Here are a few key takeaways.
100 years of drama, music, laughter, and family.
A longtime local car-parts sculptor gets Ripley’s acclaim for his delightfully out-there art.
A call to save nursing jobs and chemotherapy infusion services at the Regional Cancer Center.
Stop by VegFest 2016 and discover the fun in a plant-based lifestyle.