On Screen Feature

The 2015 Oscar-nominated Animated Shorts

Five short films screen theatrically before the awards show

Pittsburgh Dining

Subba Asian Restaurant

A humble North Side venue does right by Nepalese, Chinese and Indian cuisine

Wigle's wood-finishes line rolls out Sassafras Whiskey

"We want to help form an educated spirit population."

The humble chicken wing gets seriously fried at Chick'n Bubbly

Korean-style fried chicken finds a match with bubble tea at this Oakland eatery

On Stage

The PBT begins moving up to the majors with Beauty and the Beast

"What I am trying to do is step out and do things we really haven't done."

The Little Mermaid at Pittsburgh Musical Theater

The troupe outdoes itself in showcasing some amazingly talented local singers

Davon Magwood's new live CD, plus local shows

"I obviously have a hard time finding work because I hate everything."


A conversation with novelist Stewart O'Nan

The Pittsburgh-based author discusses his new novel about the final days of F. Scott Fitzgerald


Antibalas and Zap Mama join forces on collaborative tour

"We are four women and Antibalas is all men onstage; it's easy to combine that energy."

Former Idol contestant Latia Lee bounces back from tragedy

She releases a new EP next week, two years after her brother's murder

Critics' Picks, Jan. 29-Feb. 4

New releases from locals Telavision and Donora, plus a tribute to Lead Belly, the Red Bull Thre3style DJ competition, and Pig Destroyer comes to Altar

New Releases

Recent music from R. Weis and Moenaw Naedon

On Screen

The 2015 Oscar-nominated Live Action short films screen

Catch these on the big screen before filling out your ballot

The 2015 Oscar-nominated Animated Shorts

Five short films screen theatrically before the awards show

Black Sea

A thriller about searching for treasure using a submarine

A Most Violent Year

A period drama set in 1981 New York about one man's drive to succeed

Two Days, One Night

Against the backdrop of a shaky economy, a Belgian woman fights for her job and her dignity

Short List

Short List: January 28 - February 5

Brahman/i at Quantum Theatre; Vanessa German at Concept Gallery; Corita Kent at the Warhol; Alba Flamenco at the Kelly-Strayhorn


Submit an event


For Peduto administration, transparency is still a work in progress

"For transparency to be meaningful, it has to apply to matters that are important."

Despite some concerns, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto gets high marks for freshman year

"A lot of the changes we've done go to the core of the city's culture."


Lynn Cullen Live 1/29/15

Audio & Video Archive

Savage Love

"If you're allergic to latex, your dildo will have to be cleaned — and cleaned properly — before you move from one hole to the other."

Lynn Cullen Live 1/28/15

Audio & Video Archive


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