• Issue Archive for
  • Nov 29 - Dec 5, 2007
  • Vol. 17, No. 48

News+Features

  • Pregnant Questions
  • Pregnant Questions

    Prenatal testing offers parents more information -- but presents agonizing questions as well
  • Anti-war groups spread their message to Black Friday crowds
  • Anti-war groups spread their message to Black Friday crowds

    Codepink was one of a handful of groups gathered under the historic Macy's clock during the afternoon on the day after Thanksgiving -- a day nicknamed "Black Friday" because it is one of biggest sales days of the year. The women gathered in freezing temperatures to hand out hot-pink dollar bills, an effort to remind shoppers that perhaps holiday-season purchases should not be their top financial concern.
  • Courts: New objections raised in obscenity case

    Attorneys representing a Donora woman on charges that her graphic written works are obscene have been defending her using the First Amendment. But now they're hoping the Fourth Amendment will get the evidence against her suppressed.

Pittsburgh Dining

  • Geno's Restaurant and Big Belly Deli
  • Geno's Restaurant and Big Belly Deli

    Chef/owner Eugene "Geno" Giguere has installed a dinner menu that, at first glance, embodies a sincere notion of fine dining cast in amber several decades ago. Giguere has breathed new life into old-school classics that had seemed too tired to go on.
  • On The Side

    Riggs Restaurant and Lounge: the kind of place that beer snobs will snub, hipsters will embrace and local imbibers call home.

Music

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