If you’re looking for an album to help expose the deepest, darkest caverns of a lonely mind, “You’re Not As _____ As You Think” is it.
With a stunning vocal performance from the entire cast, beautifully designed costumes and a set straight out of 18th century France, "Beauty and the Beast" is one of the most visually and musically stunning films as of late.
The Erie Art Museum will host author and curator Judith Stein for a discussion on Richard Bellamy’s contributions to “Pop, Op, Minimalism, Conceptualism” and various other art movements in the 1960s.
Hosts Britton Rozzelle and Collin Graves tackle the wacky world of pop culture this week.
Britton Rozzelle, Collin Graves and Logan Lilly discuss the Nintendo Switch, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, as well as some more tv news in this new episode of the pop culture podcast, It Won't Turn Off.
Famed videographer and photographer William Wegman is set to also host a lecture at Edinboro University in Louis C. Cole Auditorium on April 6 at 6:30 p.m.
“Passengers” tells a story that no one really cares about. With a great premise, a man woken up 90 years early on a 120 year journey to a new world, it sets up unlimited possibilities for an eerie tale.
Allison Eaton – a sophomore animation major at Edinboro University — admits that she “spends a couple hours a day working on a handful of projects on average.”
Erie Art Museum will be hosting a night of workshops for pre- kindergarten through 12th- grade educators, offering resources to bring art and culture to their lesson plans.