‘Arts & Leisure’

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    New Kacey Musgraves album, ‘Golden Hour,’ glitters

    Apr 10, 18 • 327 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by KYLE JOSEPH features editor Singer Kacey Musgraves returns to the country music scene with “Golden Hour,” a genre-bending, characteristically rebellious triumph of innovation and disobedience that sees Musgraves continuing to rewrite the rules of...

  • Spielberg delivers with new sci-fi film

    Apr 10, 18 • 337 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by BENJAMIN HAYLETT staff writer Steven Spielberg’s latest masterpiece, “Ready Player One” is his true return to the summer blockbuster movies that gave him his start in the 1970s and 1980s. It is exciting, suspenseful, compelling and above all, just...

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    Dane Drewis visits Gannon

    Apr 10, 18 • 402 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by OLIVIA HAHNER staff writer Looking for a modern take on Motown & classic ‘70s rock? Dane Drewis is your man. Drewis grew up in a musical home raised by two musical parents, both who used to kill it back in the day in a band called Freedom. On...

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    Schuster Theatre to perform farce

    Apr 10, 18 • 303 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer Travel back to 1963 England, where the English accents are thick, the fashion is wild and Francis Henshall is living two lives. Gannon University’s Schuster Theatre is concluding its season with “One Man, Two Guvnors,” a...

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    DNCE to perform at Gannon

    Apr 10, 18 • 1246 Views • Arts & Leisure, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by OLIVIA BURGER a&l editor Gannon University students, Erie community members and all other fans of Joe Jonas will have an opportunity to see the popular heartthrob live in concert Saturday night at the Hammermill Center. DNCE, a pop-funk rock band led...

  • Drama Shop play delights audience

    Mar 20, 18 • 397 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by LAUREN MILLER staff writer “Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play,” by Ann Washburn, caught the attention of crowds of local theater-goers in recent weeks at Drama Shop, located in the Renaissance Center off State Street. The play is an interesting dystopian...

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    Phil Elverum returns as Mount Eerie alias

    Mar 20, 18 • 417 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by ALLAN COLLINS staff writer Phil Elverum is one of those artists who has been around the music scene for quite some time. He produced four albums between 1999 and 2003 from his other alias The Microphones, and now here we have his 10th full-length studio...

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    Netflix movie receives good ratings

    Mar 20, 18 • 550 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by BAILEY MERRITT staff writer Rotten Tomatoes, the well-known movie rating website, has a reputation of grading films harshly. After hearing through the grapevine that a Netflix movie had a 100 percent rating on the site, I had to see it for myself. Set in...

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    Hendrix posthumous album released

    Mar 20, 18 • 446 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by KYLE JOSEPH features editor If you’re not experienced with the music of Jimi Hendrix, his latest posthumous release may not be the best place to start, but those familiar with his catalog may find something on it worthwhile. The most recent collection of...

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    Erie Playhouse brings art to life

    Mar 20, 18 • 901 Views • Arts & Leisure, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer Despite the cold spring weather, a delightful stroll through the park is still possible. The Erie Playhouse is concluding its monthlong performance of “Sunday in the Park with George” this weekend. Stephen Sondheim and James...