Frontier Park Fills With Erieites Pretending To Know About Blues & Jazz

One of Erie’s most popular events is going on this weekend and festival goers are excited to make vague, generalized comments about the music being played on stage. “The horns, I think, really set this group’s sound apart.” One woman said. “I like the piano part of it too. It’s just really soothing.” When asked […]

Erie Woman Who Complains About Winter Cold and Summer Heat Left Without Friends

Shirley Coleman is being left out in the cold tonight after blowing a bunch of hot air at a post work get together. “We really didn’t have a choice.” Shirley’s co-workers said. “January’s too cold. July’s too hot. She’s never happy. It’s the same every year! You live in Erie! Get over it!” Shirley realized […]

Sinnott’s Firey Comments Spark Twitter War With Taylor Swift

Erie Mayor Joe Sinnott’s scathing criticism of an Erie Times News article about his stance on the recent violence has drawn some criticism itself, but none more surprising than from pop superstar Taylor Swift. “@Urgonnahearmeroar Ever hear of free speech? I’ll make sure I fill you in during my VMA speech #badblood” The mayor took […]

Discover Presque Isle Attracts Thousands Eager To Sit In Traffic

This weekend on the peninsula popcorn is popping, lemonade is being squeezed, and traffic is at a standstill as people sell buttons in the middle of the road for Discover Presque Isle. “I come down to Beach 6 quite a bit during the year.” one driver said. “But I like coming down for Discover because […]

Motorcyclist Revs Engine, Impresses Everyone

Downtown Erie is flooded with thousands of cyclists this weekend, but it’s one cycle enthusiast in particular that is turning heads. Dale Cunningham, of South Carolina revved his engine for several seconds leaving the Sandbar Drafthouse early Friday evening, earning a standing ovation from the local clientele. “I’ve seen motorcycles on the road before, but […]