Social media becomes a means to express humanity and compassion to those who many of us will never see in person.
Honoring those who strengthen our community by creating Erie’s cultural landscape.
Review: Cory Vaillancourt, Lou Tullio: A Real Erie Guy
This contemplative exhibit is on view at Erie Art Museum’s Holstein Gallery until Jan. 8.
Box of Light and The Secret Squirrel hope to encourage the artist in all of us.
Watching liberal novelist Gore Vidal spar with conservative journalist William F. Buckley in the late sixties is like entering the Twilight Zone.
Driftwood will float its way back into the Gem City for what’s sure to be a stellar show at the Kings Rook Club.
Shining brightly in the sky of Gallery Night on Dec. 4 will be the opening of “Assembled Visions,” a group show featuring four regional artists.
But donations are welcome at Basement Transmissions.
The current leader of Sinkane, and former member of Yeasayer, Caribou, Of Montreal, and the Atomic Bomb! Band talks about finding unity through music.
The engineer-turned-developer has always been a dreamer.
Boom, Bust, and the future of GE Transportation.
Local lawyer hosts first-ever TEDx event in Erie.
Using theater to interrupt the cycle of violence in Erie.
A local theater company will soon be offering some old school laughs; and by “old school” I mean positively ancient.
Let Sherlock's fill you with a heaping helping of rock-n-roll.
Phish’s Trey Anastasio is one of the best guitarists of our time. That doesn’t mean he’s perfect.
Cooking with Kathy, and the overstuffed Erie County payroll.
Doctors’ excuses are so passe. Now if you want to blow off studying, bank on the ole Rapture dodge.
Our moral obligation to care for the environment must transcend political and religious boundaries.
Islamic State attacks in Paris force the U.S. to come to terms with what it means to be “American” in the 21st Century.
The Paris Climate Conference, or COP21, has been about violence all along.
If the madness of Black Friday isn’t for you, sleep in, eat some leftovers, and plan your shopping for Sunday, Nov. 29 at the Even Craftier Handmade Fair
Katherine DiSavino’s comedy, Things My Mother Taught Me, at All An Act Theatre, promises to be hilarious and heartwarming.
Claire Boucher has moved from her darker, dream pop sound to something brighter and more marketable.
Kids across time have engaged in risky behavior, but digital technology gives them a means to broadcast their stupidity.
One Bosnian woman’s prayer for understanding in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Finding beauty in a broken world is creating beauty in the world we find.
Get your turntable ready for a six-sided chimera of local talent.
There’s just something about late fall, around Thanksgiving, that brings out the drinker in a lot of us.
HBO's newest series as viewed through the lens of the Serial Gamer