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#MusicMonday Wrap-up: Oct. 15

#MusicMonday Wrap-up: Oct. 15

The Vaccines cancel, a four-time Grammy winner announces retirement, and did someone say holograms?


Gov. candidate Scott Wagner tells Gov. Tom Wolf: "I’m gonna stomp all over your face with golf spikes"

“Scott’s always been unstable, unkind, now he’s just exploded. Who talks like that?”

Judith O'Toole named Mattress Factory acting director in wake of sexual assault allegations

The former director and CEO of the Westmoreland will temporarily take over for suspended Mattress Factory executive director, Michael Olijnyk.

With the MOMENTUM Gala, Focus On Renewal program celebrates 49 years in Sto-Rox

“You can’t just be a white horse riding in, you have to be a part of the community."

Which City Paper staffer pulled together a better design for her desk area?

Decorating cubicles for Halloween for under $25

A star is born again, and again, and again

Looking back on how A Star is Born affected the careers of its previous stars


TributeFest rings in Halloween with its ninth annual event

This year, the event expands to four consecutive nights

Guitarist Bill MacKay and the creative magic of Pittsburgh

MacKay returns home for two shows: one on Oct. 13 at Club Café and the other on Oct. 14 at Carnegie Library in Oakland.

7 Days of Concerts


Miller Institute for Contemporary Art explores bounds of tech and humanity with Paradox: The Body in the Age of AI

CMU exhibition finds the otherworldly beauty, horror, and whimsy in a tech-obsessed world.

Get lost in the Carnegie International, 57th Edition

Put away the smartphone and get immersed in the multisensory experience of one of Carnegie Museum of Art’s most anticipated events.

Bread & Water Printshop questions the aesthetics of punk

"Punk especially puts a lot of emphasis on visibility and kind of aesthetic as authenticity.”


Dance Council’s season opens with show that almost didn’t happen

Cão sem Plumas (Dog Without Feathers) premieres at Byham Theater


Local tea shop does Oktoberfest with a twist

“These guys bring five gallons, and when it’s out its out.”

Coney Island Lunch came back from the dead

A 100 year old Johnstown joint offers deeply satisfying chili dogs and burgers

Know Your Local Bartender: Mai Jeans

Barkeep from Alla Famiglia once had Axl Rose ask about beers


The Hate U Give embodies the exhausting cycle of police brutality

It's the first teen movie of this era that understands the racial and political turmoil of 2018


#MusicMonday Wrap-up: Oct. 15

The Vaccines cancel, a four-time Grammy winner announces retirement, and did someone say holograms?


Lynn Cullen Live - 10/15/18

Audio & Video Archive

Lynn Cullen Live - 10/12/18

Audio & Video Archive


North Side tours for bibliophiles

City Books’ owner leads “Art & Literature in Old Allegheny, 1830-1920,” featuring landmarks connected to local luminaries such as Gertrude Stein and Martha Graham


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