Posts Tagged ‘Brianna Woods’

  • Brianna

    Preparing meals early makes big difference

    Mar 25, 15 • 112 Views • Brianna WoodsNo Comments

    by A few issues ago I talked about giving up going out to eat for Lent which of course has had its challenges. Being in a relationship means that my boyfriend also has had to give up going out to eat as often as he would like, and for foodies like us,...

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    Carol’s story of Alice continues

    Mar 25, 15 • 54 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by “Alice Through the Looking Glass” will be presented by Laugh/Riot Performing Arts Company beginning April 9 at Edinboro University’s Diebold Center for the Performing Arts. Directed by Josh Mizikowski, “Alice Through the Looking Glass” tells a...

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    ECO announces plans for next season

    Mar 25, 15 • 72 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The Erie Chamber Orchestra announces an exciting lineup for the 2015-16 season. The shows range from classical composer rock stars such as Dvorak, Puccini, Haydn, Stravinksy, Tchaikovsky and Debussy to an interesting modern concept that creates live film...

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    Treasurer: Nicholas Alexander

    Mar 18, 15 • 271 Views • News, Top Stories6 Comments

    by Why are you running for SGA Treasurer? I’m running for the position in order to see that the money is spent wisely, but more importantly that we actually spend the money that we’re allotted each year. So often we’re given all this money and we have...

  • Brianna

    Lent means more than giving up meat on Fridays

    Mar 18, 15 • 200 Views • Brianna WoodsNo Comments

    by As a kid I paid little attention to the Bible. God is good. God is great. And if all else fails: Jesus forgives. So don’t be too surprised when I say that up until recently the Lenten season has been characterized by Fish Stick Fridays and giving up...

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    ECO performs first opera

    Mar 11, 15 • 106 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Cathedral Prep Auditorium will be filled with the sounds of Mozart Friday. Featuring more than 16 soloists from around the Northeast, the Erie Chamber Orchestra will be performing “The Magic Flute.” The orchestra has reimagined the classical German...

  • Brianna

    Panties alter sisters’ relationship for good

    Mar 11, 15 • 282 Views • Brianna WoodsNo Comments

    by For the last 13 years I’ve known my little sister as my arch nemesis. To be totally fair, the first 18 months of her existence weren’t so bad. We were amiable for a time. Granted it was a time when she couldn’t speak and had limited mobility, but...

  • Brianna

    Trends change, but live music is good for soul

    Feb 25, 15 • 718 Views • Brianna WoodsNo Comments

    by I’ve always been a concert junkie. My obsession started at 7 years old when I insisted that the only thing my heart desired for my birthday was to see Ricky Martin live. So my single mother with the little time she had and the even smaller supply of...

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    New series breaks cable records

    Feb 25, 15 • 486 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Having just finished the epic saga of Walter White, the next logical venture was “Better Call Saul.” This “Breaking Bad” spinoff series shattered cable ratings records two weeks in a row in demographics: adults 25-54 and Live +3. The show has been...

  • Brianna

    Editor details her love affair with local food

    Feb 18, 15 • 561 Views • Brianna WoodsNo Comments

    by I have a wild and passionate love affair with food. It’s not that I like to eat junk food. I’d much rather make something at home than eat something that came from a drive through window. And cupcakes out of a box? No thanks. This is not some cheap,...