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  • Oct 11-17, 2007
  • Vol. 17, No. 41

News+Features

  • A Tough Row to Hoe
  • A Tough Row to Hoe

    Four beginning organic farmers plow through, plant and harvest their first season in Natrona Heights.

Pittsburgh Dining

  • Muriel's
  • Muriel's

    This charming Art Deco-ish venue offers lively updates of local favorites, including crab cakes, steak and ravioli, with the addition of southwestern American and Asian flavors. Among the appetizers the addition of barbecued pulled pork, with a delicately spicy, agreeably sweet sauce, made the nachos a signature dish. Muriel's offers eclectic cuisine prepared by a thoughtful kitchen and delivered with gracious service.

Music

On Screen

  • David and Layla
  • David and Layla

    It takes a mature humorist to make sophomoric jokes about sex, and that's not Jay Jonroy, who wrote, directed and produced David & Layla, one of the most witless cross-cultural romantic comedies I've ever seen -- and it's based on a true story.

Arts

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Books

On Stage

  • Top Girls
  • Top Girls

    The host is a woman named Marlene, about whom virtually nothing is revealed for a long time, even though she turns out to be a central character. Not a strong way to engage an audience.

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