Get the scoop on Still Dreaming, a film coming to MIAC on March 1.
To describe The Intergalactic Nemesis – Target Earth: A Live Action Graphic Novel is to attempt to describe many things. Here’s what it’s not: boring.
Two acclaimed movies, two dates, one place.
Head over to the Mary D'Angelo Performing Arts Center to catch dance troupe Diavolo, followed by a beer tasting from Lavery Brewing Company.
This documentary delves into the lasting relevance of the children's book The Phantom Tollbooth 50 years later, including a talk with the director after the screening.
MIAC brings gifted storyteller, singer-songwriter to Erie.
Night Lights Music Festival set to host Snarky Puppy, two dozen other bands for a two-day spectacular of sights and sound.
Stories you may have missed from the Erie Reader Archive. This week: MIAC
Artist/innovator/experimentalist William Close's Earth Harp is what might happen if string music (lofty, larger-than-life instrumentations) courted, then married architecture – the fine, large, lofty places such music is played.
New MIAC programming director talks about taking the reigns, booking up-and-coming acts, and one very, very, very, very big harp.
HBO's newest series as viewed through the lens of the Serial Gamer
Your 2016 Election Day preview
Curious creatures at home and abroad
The dollars and sense of lakeshore wind power
A meeting of the minds to move Erie forward