Erie Entertainment: February

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Need something to do? Gannon University and the Erie community are  hosting a number of events for your entertainment this month. Here are some of the highlights: Lazarus Laughed When: Wednesday-Saturday, February 17-20 at 8:00 pm; Sunday, February 21 at 2:00 pm Where: Schuster Theatre Cost: Free with Gannon ID, $7 for non-students Details: Gannon students […]

RUNDOWN: Erie Events, 6/1- 6/7

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Monday, June 1: 4:00 p.m. – Meet Marc Brown as he cuts the ribbon to open the Discovery Corner at the Erie Children’s Museum. http://www.eriechildrensmuseum.org/event/discovery-corner-outdoor-classroom-opening/?instance_id=791 5:00 p.m. – Presque Isle Downs Live Horse Racing http://www.presqueisledowns.com/ Tuesday, June 2: 9:00 a.m. – Meet Marc Brown and get a book signed at the Erie Children’s Museum from […]

How to spend your summers in Erie

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The cast of the cinematic masterpiece “High School Musical 2” once exclaimed, “What time is it? Summertime!” With this in mind, summer is once again almost upon us. Surprisingly enough, many students choose to stay in Erie over the summer, whether it’s to complete a required class, internship, or just to stay in touch with […]

Game on at the Erie Insurance Arena

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From concerts, to sports, to commencement, the Erie Insurance Arena is home to a multitude of events throughout the year, serving both the Erie and Gannon communities. Originally called the Erie Civic Center, the arena was built in 1983. It was later named the Louis J. Tullio Arena after the late mayor of Erie who […]

What’s going on by the harbor?

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Future Gannon students are going to have a lot to experience with the Recreation Center modernization, a new building for the newly re-named School of Communication and the Arts and new programs being added to various schools. But Gannon’s not the only part of Erie that’s growing. In November 2013, Scott Enterprises, a local hospitality […]

You Ought to Know: Mr. Joe

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Joe was a guy tough to get a hold of over those holidays. Once he answered his phone late last week, though, he was good and friendly, and excited to talk, all ready to show me what he’s up to with this thing he calls the “Thousandaires’ Club.” From what I picked up through him […]