• Issue of
  • Feb 26 - Mar 4, 2009
  • Vol. 19, No. 8


  • Campus Insecurity
  • Features
  • Campus Insecurity

    Duquesne University president gets high marks for burnishing his campus' reputation -- but critics give his management style a "D"
  • News
  • Reverse Payout

    Could the plan to legalize video poker force the state to pay back casinos?
  • News
  • Gang Warfare

    Casey introduces gang-violence bill focusing on prevention
  • News
  • Taking It Outside

    "We have to be careful, because virtual experiences ... that's what kids are living with all the time."


  • Greek Stop
  • Dining Reviews
  • Greek Stop

    Traditional preparations of familiar Greek dishes mark this attractive eatery.





Web Only

  • City Paper challenges secrecy in Scaife case

    On Friday, Feb. 27, City Paper and an attorney for the ACLU filed an emergency petition to open trial proceedings in the Scaife divorce case ... only to find out that, for now at least, no further courtroom action is scheduled.



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