• Issue of
  • Apr 23-29, 2009
  • Vol. 19, No. 16

News+Features

  • There Will Be Crud
  • There Will Be Crud

    Natural-gas drillers promise big dollars to Pennsylvania ... but environmentalists worry about the price to be paid.
  • Learning Curve
  • Learning Curve

    A school for troubled students is making progress, but officials say it may still need improvement.
  • No Comment

    Public investigation into 911 center closed off by gag order
  • Still Fighting

    Pa. LGBT anti-discrimination bill is alive, but facing more opposition

Food+Drink

  • Red Oak Cafe
  • Red Oak Cafe

    Food-as-politics matters here but this spot for quick fare trades mainly in food-as-healthy-fuel

Music

Screen

Arts

Views

  • Pittsburgh n'@

    Dispatches from the local blogosphere: Pens fans pucked over by NBC.

Stage

  • A Bite of Brecht

    It was kind of difficult to know exactly when and where we were ... although I don't think such quotidian specificity was important to deviser/director Robyn Archer.

Listings

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Spotlight Events

  • 'Thanks, Obama!': A Farewell Show ft. Lyndsey Smith & Soul Distribution, Byron Nash & Plan B, The Big Bend w/ Cisco Kid @ Mr. Smalls Theater

    • Sat., Jan. 21, 7 p.m.
  • The Confidential Musical Theater Project @ Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center

    • Sat., Jan. 21, 7:30 p.m.
  • Mathew Tembo @ First Unitarian Church

    • Sat., Jan. 21, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Donation

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