On October 29th, 2021, I was a guest on the Joel Natalie Show on TalkErie Radio. We discussed my Instagram and blog, Erie neighborhoods and history, my work with the Erie Reader, specifically my research on Axe Murder Hollow, as well as my work with Preservation Erie.
From 1888 through the turn of the Century, Charles C. Colby brought high quality piano production to Erie.
By: Erin Phillips (with Liz Allen) “Keep your eyes open and your feet moving forward. You’ll find what you need.” This graffitied sentiment is spray-painted on the side of the old Hollywood Ceramics building on 13th and Lincoln streets in the row house community there. These words can take on a lot of meaning, butContinue reading “Lincoln Ave with Liz: A Historic Walk Through a One-of-a-Kind Neighborhood”