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Sen. Toomey bill repeals Obama-era anti-discrimination regulation in auto industry

Sen. Toomey bill repeals Obama-era anti-discrimination regulation in auto industry

The guidance was meant to ensure racial minorities weren't over charged; Toomey said it threatened auto dealers' ability to negotiate.
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Summer Guide 2018

Our 2018 Summer Guide offers plenty to do, see and hear this season

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Despite decriminalization, Pittsburgh’s marijuana-possession arrests are on the rise

“You are still bringing 700 people into the court and fingerprinting them, and that is 700 people that still need their records expunged. All of these cases are still being withdrawn.”

CMU art professor Angela Washko creates a simulation artwork about pickup artists

“I thought that creating a game experience was a way that people could experience those practices without the distance that reading about them creates.”

Pro-LGBTQ group says lack of LGBTQ non-discrimination law hurts Pittsburgh’s chances at landing Amazon HQ2

“It is clear that the failure of state lawmakers to protect LGBTQ citizens is jeopardizing the chances that either Philadelphia or Pittsburgh will land the bid.”

Music

Starship Mantis celebrates Trapped in the 9th Dimension at Spirit, Sat., May 19

The band's future is as bright the stars its spaceship zips by on Trapped in the 9th Dimension

Goest Ryder seeks to inspire with his own story of resilience

“You can achieve anything you want to achieve, be anything you want to be.”

The Hills and the Rivers release The Fool & the Magician

The record details a personal journey into the unknown, armed with a little intuition and the power of choice.


Arts

PULLPROOF studio aims to provide printmaking tools to the Pittsburgh arts community

“We're all working artists and can't cram the work we need to have done into tight slots of time.”

Lauren Valley’s Electric Women project provides a space for women of color

“I was looking for a community that didn’t quite exist.”

Top 5 Hiking Trails

Stage

Stage 62’s Dogfight is elevated by stellar vocal performances

Director Rob James gets credit for rounding up and guiding this cast of amazing singers.

Hir, from barebones productions, is a vicious, funny, must-see drama

The changing alliances of the characters seem like choreography


Food+Drink

Ferment Pittsburgh and Chatham’s CRAFT explore culture through cultures

“Why not go home, reawaken some of those traditions and feed your family? Invite your neighbors over.”

NOFX’s craft beer and punk festival, Punk in Drublic comes to Pittsburgh

“I didn’t choose craft beer, it chose me.”

Hidden Gems: Howard’s Park Place Pub

“If draft beer is your thing, you can’t be choosy. There’s only one on offer.”

Screen

Comedian John Mulaney returns with a new Netflix special, Kid Gorgeous at Radio City

He’s not exactly Bortsch Belt, but there’s a weirdly charming old-fashioned vibe to his whole act

Even more over the top than the first, Deadpool 2 ups the comical violence, cultural references and lewd humor

Deadpool 2 sometimes feels like a dirtier version of Ready Player One

Reese Hayes' Half Bath webseries on Vimeo

The episodes tackle common issues arising from relationships, friendships and perhaps the most frustrating of all, dealing with crazy landlords

Blogs

Sen. Toomey bill repeals Obama-era anti-discrimination regulation in auto industry

The guidance was meant to ensure racial minorities weren't over charged; Toomey said it threatened auto dealers' ability to negotiate.

MP3 Monday: Mike Hitt

Mike Hitt is back after a three-year hiatus, with "Eulogy"

Kittens invade Butler Street for Lawrenceville Cat Crawl

Photo highlights from the Lawrenceville Cat Crawl


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