Pittsburgh Dining

Trapuzzano Italian Chophouse

A comfortable attractive dining and lounging spot in Shadyside needs a more consistent kitchen

Reputed as a drink for tough grandpas, grappa gets a new look at Grapperia

The grappa and tonic, with orange peel, rosemary and pink peppercorns, was summer in a glass

Verona's Twirly Girl Baking Company makes pretzels you'll enjoy eating

Crunchy snacks in exotic flavors such as curry, and fennel and orange


Indie comics expo returns

"I feel really lucky to be a cartoonist living in Pittsburgh."

WINDOWSPACE is a great idea that doesn't quite work yet

Inaugural window exhibit at SPACE gallery features folk and visionary art

On Stage

The Wholehearted, at Kelly-Strayhorn Theater

Suli Holum's singlehanded re-enactment of a match is worth the price of admission

UniĆ³n Tanguera makes its Pittsburgh debut

The company blends traditional tango movement with contemporary and modern dance styles


Screaming Females' Marissa Paternoster shares her thoughts on '90s nostalgia, teenage angst, and how music gets her high

"You go temporarily insane when you're a teenager. Your brain chemistry is all mucked up."

Heavy Favorite: With a new album and classic-metal sound, Lady Beast can't lose

"We're flying the flag for traditional heavy metal."

On its new record, Balloon Ride Fantasy avoids the generic

"Even if it's not as good. I don't care. I wanna be different."

On the Record with Mike Hadreas

Behind the Tweets of Perfume Genius

On Screen

It Follows

Teen-horror film basics get re-arranged in this indie slow-burner about an inescapable killer

Local filmmaker Julie Sokolow premieres her documentary Aspie Seeks Love

Pittsburgh writer and artist David Matthews is the subject of the film


An alien voiced by Jim Parsons is the star of this animated family comedy

Human Capital

Interconnected stories lay bare class and characters issues in this Italian drama


The young-adult dystopia churns on in this clunky sequel to Divergent

Wild Tales

Revenge is a dish best served carefully in this darkly comic Argentine anthology

Short List

Short List: March 25

ESP TV gets mental at The Shop; fireWALL Dance gets Perspectives; Sally Wiggin gets the Mondo! treatment; Terrance Hayes gets a book-launch


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Leaks in the System

Some PWSA customers say new water meters are all wet

Health-care advocates say Gov. Tom Wolf has the power to cover transgender health care without legislative approval

"Governors have a lot of flexibility over the Medicaid program and the benefits that are included."


Lynn Cullen Live 3/26/15

Audio & Video Archive

New research raises more alarm about hormone-mimicking chemicals

"We're talking about something like lead and IQ."

Savage Love

Taking a quick toilet/phone break doesn't mean you are a lousy Dom

Lynn Cullen Live 3/25/15

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Lynn Cullen Live 3/24/15

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