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Allegheny County voters sent incorrect polling addresses

Allegheny County voters sent incorrect polling addresses

Voters in Baldwin, Carnegie, McCandless, Mt. Lebanon, Penn Hills, Pittsburgh, Plum, Shaler, Stowe, Upper St. Clair, and Wilkinsburg are affected

News+Features

Public transit expert Jarrett Walker loves Pittsburgh’s busways

The public-transit consultant has redesigned bus networks across the globe and believes Pittsburgh’s busways could be key in the region’s successful transit future.

Project Veritas CEO James O’Keefe inclusion at Pittsburgh journalism conference draws criticism

The conservative "sting" artist has been criticized and sued for deceitful reporting tactics, and will be participating on a panel at Duquesne University on Monday.

With pornography ubiquitously available for free online, what keeps the phone sex industry alive?

“Sex gets put on the table, and everything else is a hidden agenda item.”

Exploring Homestead

Carnegie Library gives Carrick branch an energy-efficient facelift with Passive House design

The CLP Carrick location will soon become the first certified Passive House library in the country

Decorating Halloween pumpkins for under $25

Which City Paper staffer decorated a better pumpkin?

Music

Code Orange helps kick off Empire Music's new Fender Shop in Shop

Meet and greets, live music, and prizes, oh my!

Pittsburgh's Rave Ami drops its second full-length album

And hopefully, the Pittsburgh rock trio is nowhere near calling it quits.

7 Days of Concerts



Arts

Isabelle de Borchgrave's paper fashion at The Frick Pittsburgh

The collection is intoxicating, vibrantly colored and engages with its cultivated minutiae

Stage

Jim Breuer hustles so his audience can relax

“It’s nonstop just doing what you love doing. And hopefully, you can relate to people.”

After more than 20 years on hiatus, Nick M. Daniels returns

"Second chances do come along, and they are fantastic"


Food+Drink

Comfort food shines on The Commoner's new fall menu

Executive chef Brian Barcus takes on comfort food with confidence to produce a uniquely delicious, enticing fall menu.

Heavenly smells, unfancy decor, and family vibes dominate at Madonna's Mediterranean Cuisine

It's a standout in the landscape of predictable Downtown lunch fare

Sports

Players and coaches are not nameless gray faces

Social media has empowered a legion of bullies to fire shots across the internet with zero repercussions

Blogs

Allegheny County voters sent incorrect polling addresses

Voters in Baldwin, Carnegie, McCandless, Mt. Lebanon, Penn Hills, Pittsburgh, Plum, Shaler, Stowe, Upper St. Clair, and Wilkinsburg are affected

#MusicMonday Wrap-up: Oct. 22

The Fab Four visited Pittsburgh, Garth Brooks goes where no artist has before, and a few surprises from some old favorites.


Views

Lynn Cullen Live - 10/23/18

Audio & Video Archive

Lynn Cullen Live - 10/18/18

Audio & Video Archive

Books

Q&A with author Katherine Boo, a Ten Evenings Author appearing on Mon., Oct. 22

"Listening deeply and investigating patterns of injustice from the bottom up will at least bring a few drops of water to a very dry lake."

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