‘Arts & Leisure’

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    Women of Warped Tour 2017

    Aug 15, 17 • 191 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by While another summer comes and goes, with it passes another season of the Vans Warped Tour. As the most famous traveling music festival in the U.S., the Vans Warped Tour has become an iconic symbol of heavy rock and punk pop culture and a summer staple for...

  • Father John Misty returns

    Apr 26, 17 • 348 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by ALLAN COLLINS staff writer Josh Tillman, aka Father John Misty, recently dropped his third studio record, “Pure Comedy,” and it is something that needs to be talked about. Tillman, the ex-drummer of indie rock outfit Fleet Foxes, has quite a few...

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    The Maine talk new album

    Apr 26, 17 • 572 Views • Arts & Leisure, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by OLIVIA BURGER a&l editor A phrase and a feeling. For the early production stage of their sixth studio album, this is all The Maine had to run with. The Maine, an alternative rock band from Phoenix, released their album “Lovely Little Lonely” on...

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    ‘Thirteen Reasons Why’ sparks discussion

    Apr 26, 17 • 299 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by   SARA BORRO staff writer The issue of bullying has been a large problem in schools across our country for as long as children have been going to school together. In the last decade, bullying has adapted a whole new power with the advances in...

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    GU student releases second album

    Apr 23, 17 • 334 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by ALLAN COLLINS staff writer   Editor’s note: Theodore “Teddy” Rankin is a freshman English secondary education major who creates his own music. He recently released his second full-length album titled “Natural Beauty.” The...

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    Spring songs to help survive college stress

    Apr 4, 17 • 276 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by SARA BORRO staff writer Spring is such an exciting time of the year, especially for college students. The sun and warmer weather are sure to put anyone in a good mood, and for those of us who struggle with seasonal depression, spring is a very refreshing...

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Carnifex, a metal band from San Diego county, recently performed at Basement Transmissions on March 6.

    Student artists find home at Basement Transmissions

    Apr 4, 17 • 1065 Views • Arts & Leisure, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by OLIVIA BURGER a&l editor No drugs. No drinking. No drama. When it comes to providing a place for performances, Basement Transmissions keeps it simple with their motto. Located on 145 W. 11th St., Basement Transmissions has become a safe environment for...

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    King Kong returns to big screen

    Apr 4, 17 • 1184 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by TAYLOR WOLFF staff writer From Batman to Cinderella, iconic characters are able to stand the test of time. Since 1933, one legendary character has both delighted and frightened audiences of all ages. King Kong has returned to the big screen to reprise his...

  • Playhouse presents ‘Noises Off’

    Apr 4, 17 • 284 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer Who needs an ab workout when the Erie Playhouse can make you laugh until your stomach hurts? The Erie Playhouse’s production of “Noises Off” opened two weeks ago, and this play nearly brought the house down. This farce...

  • Ultimate music festival guide

    Mar 28, 17 • 383 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by SARA BORRO staff writer Summer is the best time of the year for a lot of reasons. An abundance of sunshine, no school and traveling are some of the most enjoyable things about summer vacation, but one of the most highly anticipated occurrences during the...