Exile On State Street: DevelopErie's New Direction of Small-minded Thinking Yields Small-minded Results
by Rick Filippi2/4/2015, 7:40 AM
Overzealous? We weren't zealous enough, argues Rick Filippi.
Erie At Large: Erie's Self-Image Problem
by Jim Wertz2/4/2015, 7:30 AM
We should embrace this reality rather than resist it. It means we can take risks.
Street Corner Soapbox: The Paths Forward and What It Takes to Become Innovative
by Jay Stevens2/4/2015, 7:20 AM
Jay Stevens wants to be optimistic. He also wants to believe. He really, really does -- but...
They Changed the Rules: Rebels with a Cause
by Mary Birdsong2/4/2015, 7:10 AM
A group of Davids pulled their slingshots taut and took down the Goliath of big business, special interests, and government.
Explore the biases of the break-up with The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him and Her
by Dan Schank2/4/2015, 7:00 AM
FILM at the Erie Art Museum kicks off a new season with a double-feature.
Erie Chamber Orchestra Features Actor Harry Lennix and Violin Virtuoso Ade Williams for Stravinsky's Soldier's Tale
by Alex Bieler2/4/2015, 6:50 AM
The ECO is providing some extra star power to its usual sonic excellence, providing a wonderful opportunity to enjoy one of the world's finest composers.
ECGRA's Ignite Erie
by Ben Speggen2/4/2015, 6:40 AM
Creating the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Erie
The State Of Erie Industry
by Jim Wertz2/4/2015, 6:30 AM
An Examination of the Region's Industrial Forecast
Bastard Bearded Irishmen Bring Celtic-Punk Back to Erie
by Alex Bieler2/4/2015, 6:20 AM
The talented sextet of hirsute hooligans may not hail straight from the Emerald Isle, but you couldn't tell from the group's high-energy Irish jams.
Velocity Welcomes Erie to the Fiberhood
by John Lindvay2/4/2015, 6:10 AM
Erie Could Become the First City in Pennsylvania to Have Gigabyte Fiber To The Home
Soak in the Sounds of Summer in Winter at the Docksider with Preach Freedom and Connect featuring Mosaic Foundation
by Ryan Smith2/4/2015, 6:00 AM
Docksider is serving up a healthy dose of funky, deep-groovin' sound, soaked in sun, drenched in good vibes, and straight beaming with socially-conscious positivity – just what we need to get us through a couple more months of these long, cold, dreary winter nights.
LEAF Presents Tenth Annual Winterfest
by Chris Sexauer2/4/2015, 5:50 AM
LEAF hosts its tenth annual Winterfest, a celebration of all things snowy and outdoors.
Fringe Fest 2015: Gannon University's Annual Theater Festival is Back and Biggger Than Ever
by Alex Bieler2/4/2015, 5:40 AM
Fourteen productions. Thirty-six performances. One Fringe Fest.
Richie Cole Brings His Playful and Energetic Jazz to Anchor In
by Erie Reader Author2/4/2015, 5:30 AM
Cole's stage attitude is casual, playful, and energetic, and says swing, swing, swing -- that's so, whether he's doing a ballad or love song or an up-tempo be-bop classic or a Cole Porter or George Gershwin standard or a simple, even corny (by jazz standards) pop song, past or present.
The Totally Out-there Fusion of Progressive Rock, Jazz, and Funkability Featured on One Damn Fine Fiddle
by Ryan Smith2/4/2015, 5:20 AM
Go see 'The Jimi Hendrix of Violin' in Erie
A Comic Book Comes to Life In an Interstellar Sort of Way
by Sara Toth2/4/2015, 5:10 AM
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.
Fall Out Boy American // Beauty/American Psycho
by Bryan Toy2/4/2015, 5:00 AM
If Fall Out Boy wants to save rock 'n' roll, this is not the way to do it.
Jason Marsalis Vibes Quartet // The 21st Century Trad Band
by Erie Reader Author2/4/2015, 4:50 AM
A sharp, high-energy sound that is exciting but sometimes jarring.
The Decemberists // What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World
by Alex Bieler2/4/2015, 4:40 AM
Coming from a group that has dabbled in verbose musings into anything from Japanese folk tales to sea shanties, a simple, more relaxed release almost seems odd, but the results generally work.
The Punch Brothers // The Phosphorescent Blues
by Alex Bieler2/4/2015, 4:30 AM
A deftly crafted album that's both immensely detailed and delicate.
Women Artists Confront Injustice
by Pen Ealain2/4/2015, 4:20 AM
Confronting Injustice: A Woman's Voice Challenges Viewers to Consider Wrongs of Society and What We Might Do to Affect Change
Geeked Out: The Future of West Erie Plaza Theater and the Role of Film-based Entrepreneurs in Erie
by John Lindvay2/4/2015, 4:10 AM
The landmark theater is getting a date with a wrecking ball.
ER Sports: Looking Back On One of the "Greatest Games Ever"
by James R. LeCorchick2/4/2015, 4:00 AM
A look at the legendary – not only in Erie but nationally – basketball game between Youngstown State University and Gannon College.
From The Editors : The Industry, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Issue
by The Editors2/3/2015, 7:30 PM
We welcome you to the Industry, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Issue, what will become a perennial look at the climate of industry in Erie.