• Issue of
  • May 24-30, 2007
  • Vol. 17, No. 21

News+Features

  • Features
  • Over a Barrel

    It was just another routine crime in Pittsburgh. But the history of a single handgun shows how "straw purchasers" hold neighborhoods hostage.
  • Emission Control?
  • News
  • Emission Control?

    Peduto says city's proposed car-share is more a whitewash than a green program

Food+Drink

Music

Screen

  • Offside
  • Movie Reviews + Features
  • Offside

    Panahi directs his nonprofessional cast to performances that for the most emerge as naturally as the social commentary does from the story.
  • Waitress
  • Movie Reviews + Features
  • Waitress

    There's not a single original moment in Waitress, which can support neither its feeble feminism nor its quirky romanticism.

Arts

Views

Stage

  • Theater Reviews + Features
  • Brighton Beach Memoirs

    Alec Silberblatt plays Jerome with the exact blend of far-too-smart adolescent and far-too-immature young man, and he gets a lot of laughs and dramatic tension juggling the two.

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Spotlight Events

  • Mozart: The Last three Symphonies @ Heinz Hall

    • Sun., April 23, 2:30 p.m. Tickets start at $20
    • Buy Tickets
  • Romeo & Juliet @ Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre

    • Sun., April 23, 12 & 4:30 p.m.
  • Firelei Báez: Bloodlines @ Andy Warhol Museum

    • Tuesdays-Sundays, 10 a.m. Continues through May 21 Free with museum admission
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