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Source: God is not a Pittsburgh sports fan; Pirates trade Andrew McCutchen to San Francisco Giants day after Steelers bounced from NFL playoffs

Source: God is not a Pittsburgh sports fan; Pirates trade Andrew McCutchen to San Francisco Giants day after Steelers bounced from NFL playoffs

Pittsburgh Pirates trade Andrew McCutchen to San Francisco


Mayor Peduto promised transparency and accountability. Did his first term deliver?

“So they’re bargaining on behalf of the residents, yet not providing transparency.”

Pittsburgh City Paper talks sex- and body-positivity with two sex-industry insiders

“Growing up, I didn’t realize that I was non-binary until I really knew there was a language for it.”


A photo essay from last week's freezing temps in Pittsburgh


Beyond: Microtonal Music Festival takes place Jan. 11-13 in Pittsburgh

“It’s visceral. It’s a journey.”

Pittsburgh’s Just Fern’s All the Space I’ve Taken Up reflects its creator’s feelings

“Nobody is going to look inside you for you.”

Richie Cole’s new album Latin Lover brings bossa nova to Pittsburgh

As Cole often does onstage, he starts off the record with humor


Jo-Anne Bates’s Exploration of Color at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

The pieces create a stunning tableau

Pittsburgh’s #notwhite collective holds its inaugural exhibition

In Between the Middle explores racial and cultural identity


The return of Brazil’s gravity-defying Grupo Corpo

Program includes a 40th-anniversary retrospective work


Chef Csilla Thackray launches a new dinner series in support of Planned Parenthood

“Women’s health and safety keeps this world moving forward.”

Lessons from Paris from Pittsburgh sommelier Eric Moorer

“People are afraid and not afraid of change at the same time.”

Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: Smoke vs. Pork & Beans

Cold weather calls for hot toddies


Paddington 2

The sweet-natured bear is back, and with a lot of well-known British actors

Four tasteless film classics from John Waters screen at Row House Cinema

Get filthy with Multiple Maniacs, Pink Flamingos, Female Trouble and Polyester



Three video games to make you at least feel active this winter

Most of you are learning what I figured out years ago, that outside is for suckers

This Week in Sports History

Duquesne’s men’s and women’s hoops teams keep getting better and better

The bandwagon has plenty of good seats available, but not for much longer


Let Pittsburgh Restaurant Week begin!

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week brings special deals on dining from Jan. 15 - 21.

Activists call for continuing protests and boycott of Pizza Milano after alleged assault

An employee of the Uptown pizza restaurant was caught on video beating a woman. Activists are calling for stricter charges against the employee.


Lynn Cullen Live - 1/15/18

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Lynn Cullen Live - 1/12/18

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Carnegie Mellon professor’s new memoir revisits her brain injury

“It might help other brain-injury survivors.”

The Little Deer

Crimson, Crimson, Crimson, Crimson, like the blood that runs when they kill a deer. -Frida Kahlo


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