• Issue of
  • Oct 19-25, 2006
  • Vol. 16, No. 43

News+Features

  • Machine Nation
  • Features
  • Machine Nation

    Will our electronic voting machines in November perform better or worse than they did in May? And how can we know?

Food+Drink

  • Fuel & Fuddle
  • Dining Reviews
  • Fuel & Fuddle

    Fuel & Fuddle serves up good food and good times in an atmosphere that is clever without being condescending, themed without being imagineered.

Music

  • Petra Haden
  • Music Features
  • Petra Haden

    In Haden's music there's a tension between the humble interpreter of others' music, and the quirky creator of her own unorthodox sound.
  • Blindsider
  • Music Features
  • Blindsider

    With the dual male/female vocals in place, the band's high-energy, riff-heavy sound has taken shape.
  • The Melvins
  • Music Features
  • The Melvins

    "There's a lot of people who think we're nothing more than a two-mile-an-hour Black Sabbath train to nowhere."
  • DJ Spaed
  • Go DJ
  • DJ Spaed

    "Come face to face with underground hip-hop and electronic music and realize yinz been wrong all along!"

Screen

  • Lunacy
  • Movie Reviews + Features
  • Lunacy

    Lunacy is a depiction, the filmmaker tells us, of the extremes of complete freedom and utter repression.

Arts

  • Novel Tease
  • Architecture
  • Novel Tease

    This year's design-awards program from the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Institute of Architects presents an intriguing blend.

Views

Books

Stage

  • The Good Body
  • Theater Reviews + Features
  • The Good Body

    According to Eve Ensler, from the moment of birth women are taught that something is "bad" about them. And in developed countries, at least, that judgment manifests itself in body image.

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Spotlight Events

  • Firelei Báez: Bloodlines @ Andy Warhol Museum

    • Tuesdays-Sundays, 10 a.m. Continues through May 21 Free with museum admission
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  • A Second Home @ Mattress Factory Satellite Gallery

    • Tuesdays-Sundays. Continues through Aug. 31
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  • The Den: A Special Programming Series for New Adults @ Carnegie Library, Oakland

    • Second and Fourth Thursday of every month, 6-7:30 p.m.

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