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The linguistic dominance of white, western, English and how to recognize and disrupt it

The linguistic dominance of white, western, English and how to recognize and disrupt it

A conversation with Dr. Samy Alim

Music

7 Days of Concerts

Get lost in Bassburgh’s School of Basscraft and Wizardry

When Harry meets Bass

Buffalo Rose moves in a new sonic direction

Get the ‘412’ on the now pop-leaning band


Arts+Entertainment

Pittsburgh Grooveline: March 21-March 27

This week has bad girls, big beats, and a Harry Potter rave

WPA’s Hair and Fashion Expo celebrates hair as art

I’ve never felt so content with myself or more connected to my roots, seeing the art in hair

Experimental filmmaker Melika Bass makes Pittsburgh debut at Silver Eye

See two “haunting and creepy” works as part of Prairie Gothic: Films by Melika Bass


Food+Drink

La Feria combines culture and cuisine in Shadyside craft gallery

The restaurant is a place to learn, experience, and of course, eat

How hosting Wine Night changed my life for the better

An obscure Stanly Tucci show helped me connect with friends and fine(ish) wine


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Lynn Cullen Live - 3/21/19

Audio & Video Archive

Lynn Cullen Live - 3/20/19

Audio & Video Archive

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