Modest gains and growing pains.
These are just a handful of the innovative local companies that help to shape the Erie area’s commercial/industrial landscape.
Rescue yourself from the winter doldrums and peel back the years at PACA before it’s too late.
Dust off those dancing shoes, because it’s time for another fun night with the loveable quartet.
This record sounds great, but it won’t be the watershed that Oshin was.
With nominations now open for the 2016 class, these three alumni continue to be great examples of local leadership.
Playwright Richard Boler debuts a new one-act comedy in Erie.
Arts revive and hone our humanity, contribute to social interactions, foster innovation, and attract and retain human capital to the region, thus enriching our economy.
Scandal: President to Nominate Supreme Court Justice
Dark comedy is the phrase that best comes to mind with Samuel D. Hunter’s Boise, set to begin its run as part of Dramashop’s Mainstage series.
New Jersey’s B.D. Lenz will join Erie’s own Frank Singer on guitar for three hours of laid back grooves in the cozy confines of the Oasis Pub’s understory.
Erie Library Local Music Project unveils the new local music collection at Blasco Library's CD release party.
Black Tusk rips it apart with Pillars of Ash.
Drafting a superhero “born” during World War II to her cause, a New York artist explores male/female roles and expectations.
Amazon introduces their free-to-use engine called Lumberyard.
Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, the Court was asked to consider whether or not union fees, known as “fair share” or “agency” fees, violate the First Amendment.
Chi-Raq might not be the best film of 2015, but it’s probably the one that best represents the uncertain zeitgeist we live in.
Whitney Peyton brings her Break the Frame tour to BT.
Money’s sophomore release captures a melancholy beauty.
The divisive conversation continues.
Smart innovation makes thoughtful use of what we already have.
The Junior Boys’ fifth album is a welcome reminder of the depths synthesized music can reach – without necessarily blowing out your subwoofers.
Take a nice respite from the cold February weather, grab a drink, and warm yourself up to two of the best songwriters in the area.
From automation to the arts, there’s a lot to be optimistic about in Erie today.
From snow removal to art, getting away with the bare minimum.
This month’s installment of Basement Transmissions’ Punk Floor Show series doubles as the CD release show for Pittsburgh’s The Scratch n’ Sniffs’ album Scraping By.
On Friday, Feb. 19, Bastard Bearded Irishmen bring their musical rampage back to the Kings Rook Club, setting up for what’s sure to be an evening of good-timey debauchery.
Do you enjoy weird movies?
How what we learn before the primary may matter through 2030
This year, Earth Day Network and the March for Science have partnered to raise awareness.
If you’ve been inspired by the Women’s Marches you won’t want to miss the Penn State Behrend Gender Conference.