Adult child-abuse victims and allies are fighting to eliminate the statute of limitations

Adult child-abuse victims and allies are fighting to eliminate the statute of limitations

“You close your eyes and think for a second — while you’re being raped, you tell me if you know what a statute of limitations is.”


Incumbent Keith Rothfus and challenger Erin McClelland in stark contrast in 12th District race

“The race has no zip to it. It’s not on anyone’s radar.”

Stolen salami, flying deer and grabbing Trump by the campaign signs

The animal must have jumped off the Homewood Bridge

Carnegie Mellon graduate tracing historic 1911 cross-country flight of Pittsburgh’s Calbraith Perry Rodgers for documentary

“I’m just sort of trying to allow the trip to unfold the way it will.”

This old mill town turned tragedy into economic opportunity

“Folks here were not going to fold up the tent and go home.”

Robert Morris researcher Annette Förster weighs in on the torture debate

“There are cases where it is effective but I think for most of the cases you can say no, it’s not effective.”

Picturing Fineview

City Paper teams up with Instagram collective @SteelCityGrammers for a photo essay from Fineview

Pittsburgh T-shirt shop Steel City creates ‘Pittsburgh Is Stronger Than Cancer’ design to benefit DeAngelo Williams Foundation

A Q&A with Steel City co-owner and T-shirt designer Brandon Grbach

Little consensus exists over breast-cancer ribbon and branding

“Some women might find great comfort in pink, and other women find no comfort in it.”

At this year’s Thrival Festival some were left high and dry by long lines

“We should have had free water on site at all times.”

Pittsburgh Steeler DeAngelo Williams fighting breast cancer head on

“My work is not done until a cure is found.”

October isn’t just breast-cancer-awareness month

Breast cancer is just one of the many issues and conditions facing Americans, and October is actually the awareness month for several other important causes

Dennis Roddy on the death of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's print edition

Former Post-Gazette and Tribune-Review reporter Dennis Roddy opines on the fall of Pittsburgh's "other" daily

The city’s 311 response line has handled all kinds of calls over the past 10 years

“We don’t want to be thought of as the complaint center.”

A list of bizarre calls received by the 311 response line

Caller wanted to know how many minutes were left on their cellular phone.

Lessons in Equality

This school year, transgender kids at all Pittsburgh public schools now have the right to use their chosen names, pronouns and bathrooms that match their gender identity

Russia sends Metropolitan Community Church pastor packing for working with LGBT activists

“I knew they weren’t going to send me to some prison someplace, but I won’t pretend it was pleasant.”

City Paper's live coverage of Donald Trump's visit to Pittsburgh

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is in Pittsburgh today and so are the protesters.



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