On Ghostbusters and the Importance of Reboots

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The internet can be a horrible place. These words, no doubt, have been written before, and I can guarantee they will be written again. After all, for every wonderful site (like ours for example) dedicated to your favorite genre of music or, yes, pictures of baby animals (which the internet will never get over – […]

Rundown: Erie Events, 7/6 – 7/12

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Monday, July 6: 11:00 a.m. – Art of the Comic Book: Original Works from Klaus Janson, John Totleben, and the Museum’s Collection will be held at the Erie Art Museum. http://www.visiteriepa.com/events/art-of-the-comic-book-original-works-from-klaus-janson-john-totleben-and-the-museums-collection-2015-07-06/ 1:00 p.m. – Dancing with the LifeWorks stars with Nancy Schuller. http://www.lifeworkserie.org/events/dancing-with-the-lifeworks-starts-with-nancy-schuller/ 5:00 p.m. – Presque Isle Downs Live Horse Racing http://www.presqueisledowns.com/ Tuesday, July […]

Mary Kate’s top 10 Halloween movies

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The spooky season is upon us, friends. What better way to get into the spirit of the season than by watching some classic scary flicks? Here’s a top-ten list of my favorite Halloween movies. Hopefully it gets you guys into a terrifyingly entertained mindset.   10. “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!” (1966) OK, OK, […]

To Do List: “Chasing Ice”

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While many of us grumble and moan about winter’s extended stay into what – according to the calendar – should be the spring season, there are others that aren’t quite so eager to see everything melt away. In fact, when it comes to the issue of climate control, the idea of losing the ice and […]

The Joe Show: Watching Movies in Class

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You may know I’m a communications major. That means I learn all about the mass media (TV, newspapers, advertisements, etc). Currently, I’m in a class that also has a lot of history and political science majors. The class is titled “History through Film.”