A conversation with civil rights leader and former CEO of the NAACP Benjamin Jealous.
Embracing a plant-based diet has never been easier in Erie.
How the MCRC and Presque Isle Downs & Casino guide refugees toward playing their cards right.
In Penn State Behrend’s Reed Hall, Mifflin will examine this increasingly popular marker of self expression to reveal “how it reflects gendered interests, anxieties or status.”
The Erie Art Museum’s film series takes a socially conscious turn this winter, with two features exploring criminal justice, Mexican drug cartels, and border politics.
This album is essentially a soundtrack, with Snarky Puppy serving as the backing band.
A foray into Erie’s first all-you-can-play arcade.
The Trump-Supporting Union Member
Eleven different musical artists are uniting for peace.
Schank’s opening is part of the March 11 Gallery Night, which this time offers six venues besides the Erie Art Museum.
Experience Avital’s ability to move gracefully through baroque and classical music, and on to jazz and traditional Jewish folk music.
The album is easy to listen to, and warrants multiple playbacks, it just leaves the listener a little out of breath.
Deadpool doesn’t have the pop culture presence of other more ubiquitous superheroes, and that’s exactly why it was exciting to hear a movie was in the works.
See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.
Now available on Amazon.com: Buddhist monks.
How climate change is threatening wildlife habitat – and its related industries – throughout Pennsylvania.
Mallory Run is finally releasing their self-titled EP at Basement Transmissions.
It’s “a step back in time, bringing you the authentic feel of walking into a late 1950s concert.
Kings Rook Club presents Chickstock IV.
Their sophomore release finds itself much tighter and singable than the unchanging springy surf-punk of their self-titled debut.
Only unity can save us from the ominous storm cloud of inaction hanging over this Commonwealth.
The upside of riding downtown
According to the Pa. Department of Education, the average number of public school students living in poverty in 2006 was nearly 80 percent districtwide.
Different ways of being human
Wellington’s repertoire runs the gamut from South Pacific standards to pop hits of the 21st Century – and it’s surprising how well each fits their format.
If you find yourself gasping for air in a sea of C-F-G monotony, step downstairs and enjoy the oxygen-rich environs of a live jazz setting, free of charge.
The Brewerie will be one happening place between Thursday, March 3 and Saturday, March 5.
Local politicians Breneman and Brennan unite to engage the community and combat Erie’s east side blight.
Barbara and Julian Stanczak at Mercyhurst University’s Cummings Gallery
Erie will become a “Broadway Christmas Wonderland” for just one night.
Australian musician Joe Robinson will play a special performance for one night only at PACA.