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Why haven’t Pittsburgh’s Indian celebrations reached critical mass?

Why haven’t Pittsburgh’s Indian celebrations reached critical mass?

Despite being the largest immigrant group in Pittsburgh, the region’s Indian celebrations garner little attention from other demographics

News+Features

Why haven’t Pittsburgh’s Indian celebrations reached critical mass?

Despite being the largest immigrant group in Pittsburgh, the region’s Indian celebrations garner little attention from other demographics

New Dimension Comics thrives as Century III Mall empties out

“We’ve seen some dips, but things have kind of leveled off a little bit."

In Bloomfield, the old Little Italy remembers the past and moves toward the future

The old Little Italy was built for the immigrants who came to America around the same time. The modern Little Italy is based on that history.

Nearly 100 ‘predator priests’ uncovered in Pittsburgh’s Catholic Church, more than 300 statewide

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro released report uncovering alleged sexual abuses of children by priests

Pittsburgh rents are rising for the poor, dropping for the rich

Data from Zillow shows 2018 rents have increased 2.8 percent for poorer residents, while rents for wealthier residents have decreased 2.7 percent.

Music

Skull Fest returns for its 10th annual iteration

More than 60 bands will play 11 shows across town this weekend

Nardo Says is still making music

Pittsburgh-based rapper, producer, and singer returned this summer with his most thoughtful, charismatic, mature record to date


Arts

Heroes & Sheroes celebrates the monumental influence of film/TV costume designer Ruth E. Carter

The exhibition will feature costumes from the 35-year career of the Academy and Emmy award-nominated designer, including Do The Right Thing, Malcolm X, and Black Panther

Stage

Previewing Pittsburgh's 2018-19 dance season

Festival of Firsts returns for Cultural Trust after a 5-year hiatus

Bomba workshops connect Pittsburgh to Puerto Rico

In local music ensemble Calle Bomba, all moves and beats are significant.


Food+Drink

Coughlin's Law delivers a winning combination of pub fare and a serious beer selection to Mount Washington

The burger was served on a small, round plate and was covered in a glass bowl, like the one covering the rose from Beauty and the Beast.

A lightning round with Sean Rosenkrans from The Allegheny Wine Mixer

“If you're dumb enough to catch a vessel on fire surrounded by water, you salvage some honor and go down with the ship.”

We ate GetGo’s General Tso’s sub so you don’t have to

“It doesn't taste like anything specific, but tastes enough like something to taste bad.”

Screen

The Miseducation of Cameron Post tackles conversation therapy in a solid but uneven teen dramedy

The movie falls somewhere between a John Hughes and a Girl, Interrupted

Blogs

Meet the man who builds miniature ballparks, including PNC Park, for charity

“PNC is, in my opinion, the premier ballpark in all of major league baseball”


Views

Gabby Normal: Walk on the wrong side

“What it is about me that says to strangers, ‘I should tell that girl what a dummy she is’?”

Tereneh Idia: Who gets to be the (s)hero?

As a black child, I experienced stories without often seeing myself in them.

Books

Pittsburghers buying into City of Asylum Books

North Side bookstore is the place to find international, translated literature

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