Posts Tagged ‘Erie’

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    Students to help Erie veterans

    Feb 3, 16 • 409 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by One of the problems Gannon University students encounter is dressing for the weather that comes along with attending a Lake Effect school. Sometimes finding the appropriate attire is hindered by the fact that it is so easy to lose. Gloves and mittens...

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    There’s more to Erie than meets the eye

    Oct 7, 15 • 575 Views • Opinion, Sarah BartkowiakNo Comments

    by Since the start of my senior year I have been trying to do things around Erie that are “Erie-specific” things to do. I’ve wanted to experience the city as it is described by all of the Erieites who swear it is a fun city. I find that most people who...

  • Change in weather means summer fun is almost here

    Apr 15, 15 • 934 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Monday reached a steamy 70 degrees – a little preview of the sweltering summer to come. Winter is always a little depressing because of the shorter daylight and chilly weather. Summer on the other hand is just as beautiful as winter is bleak. Among the...

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    ‘The Addams Family’ haunts Erie Playhouse

    Feb 18, 15 • 704 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by While this weather may have you feeling dark and gloomy, the newest production at The Erie Playhouse can bring a little laughter out of this disposition. While this new musical may be altogether “ooky,” “The Addams Family” leaves audiences...

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    Fifth annual Fringe Fest Erie begins

    Jan 21, 15 • 880 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Theater creates a world of its own with endless possibilities for interpretations and visions. As an actor or actress, the expression of these visions is limited due to the direction of a director, organization of the scenic and costume designers and the...

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    Orchestra pays tribute to American leader

    Jan 21, 15 • 735 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The Erie Chamber Orchestra performed its annual concert “Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.” at Cathedral Prep High School Friday. “Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.,” performed annually for the past 37 years, is one of the Erie Chamber...

  • Wilde about ‘Dorian Grey’

    Nov 5, 14 • 726 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Dramashop’s production of “Dorian Grey” will leave its audiences talking and potentially coming back to understand the story more. This production is part of a Studio Series, which Dramashop uses to be a bit more experimental. The script, written by...

  • Museum exhibits art you can feel

    Nov 5, 14 • 794 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by When most of us think about what art is, the first images to pop into our heads usually involve paint, clay and charcoal. Fabric and thread, for the most part, do not fall into that initial spectrum we have created to encapsulate what art is. It is easy to...

  • Art travels from D.C. to Erie museum

    Oct 8, 14 • 839 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The Erie Art Museum is currently holding an exhibition of the photographs of William E. Workman in the Ronald E. Holstein Gallery running through Feb. 7. According to the Erie Art Museum, at age 13, Workman received his first camera, and it was not long...

  • The city of Erie rocks

    Oct 1, 14 • 769 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The Bayfront Convention Center hosted the annual Rock Erie Music Awards Sunday. Artists performed on three different stages – the ballroom, lobby and the outside acoustic stage. With the new setup and the reorganization of the show, REMA ’14 began. The...