Tag Archives: PA

You Ought to Know: Mr. Joe

Erie Reader 1-17

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

Hot dog hysteria

Hot Dogs

Food is family. At least, that’s what it felt like in the Bieler household, as the five of us would gather at the dinner table, enough fare for 10 placed before us, our stomachs growling in anticipation. Like those songs

New downtown eatery tastes like art


How would you like to have the “Mona Lisa” for lunch – Or the artist, Van Gogh himself? Of course I’m not talking about eating a priceless painting, or a long-deceased artist. (Both of which are extremely illegal!) I am

Fortunate Victory at the Blasco Library

Perry 220-Kridel

“Don’t give up the ship!” Did you know these words were not originally uttered by Oliver Hazard Perry? How about the controversy surrounding the Flagship Niagara, or Commander James Elliot? In addition to Erie’s Perry 200 Celebration and the Tall

Meet More GU Freshmen (Part 3)

Joshua “Josh” Zimmerly Class Year: 2014 Major: Undeclared Hometown: DuBois, PA Biography: Josh was student council president and a member of National Honor Society. He was captain of the soccer team and he played basketball and tennis. He also participated