• Issue Archive for
  • Oct 2-8, 2008
  • Vol. 18, No. 40

News+Features

  • Outside Agitators
  • Outside Agitators

    Kicking your kids out of the house might be the best thing for them, Richard Louv says

Pittsburgh Dining

  • The Flame BBQ
  • The Flame BBQ

    Barbecue can be difficult to judge. The best of it is extraordinary, but there's a vast middle ground of competently cooked meat, unremarkable sauce, and sides of varying quality. The Flame rose above this with its least typical offerings.

Music

On Screen

Arts

Views

  • Pittsburgh n'@

    Dispatches from the blogosphere: A sinking feeling about the Pirates.

Books

On Stage

  • The Apple Tree

    Director Elizabeth Matthews keeps the production fresh, modest and well paced, concentrating on getting good performers who more than just fill the bill.
  • The Sea Horse

    Randolph and Shahen do a terrific job of making us understand the hunger for human contact and love consuming their characters from the inside.

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