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In North Fayette, President Donald Trump touts tax cuts in speech on the economy

In North Fayette, President Donald Trump touts tax cuts in speech on the economy

Trump said the U.S was benefiting from his tax-cut bill, praised congressional candidate Rick Saccone and relived his Pennsylvania electoral victory.


Despite its thousands of uses, industrial hemp is often overshadowed by marijuana

“The problem lies in the government lumping all of these into one category.”

The AMERICAN WOMAN project seeks to highlight black women, but a similarly titled CNN project could overshadow it

“I wanted to start a dialogue, and I also wanted it to be very visual in that, well, what does America look like?”


Pittsburgh heavy-metal band Code Orange heads to the Grammys on Jan. 28

“We’ve had more awesome moments this year than any other year combined.”

Pittsburgh rapper Hardo headlines hip-hop show at Spirit Hall

Sony artist continues to build on 2017 success

New Local Release: Skull Kid's Make Better Choices

It's the final release of Pittsburgh emo punk band Skull Kid (2013-2017)


The Long Run at SPACE

Works by Devan Shimoyama, Emilie Stark-Menneg and others highlight this group painting show


Moriah Ella Mason’s Sex Werque

Most captivating were the moments when Mason blurred the lines between her character and her former life

“War and its aftermath” in Pittsburgh Opera’s A Long Walk

New opera is based on an acclaimed memoir by a veteran who served in Iraq


Food Mood Girl Lindsey Smith wants you to eat your feelings

“I realized that it was food and mood and mood and food.”

Chase away the cold with a toddy

A proper toddy coaxes beauty from austerity


Phantom Thread and Call Me By Your Name

Two well-received, beautifully produced films that peruse the affairs of the heart

Four new animated films screen at Row House Cinema

Catch Birdboy: The Forgotten Children, The Breadwinner, Mary and the Witch’s Flower and Coco

Animation Show of Shows

Catch up with this anthology of animation from around the globe


Here are six sure-fire offseason moves to get the Pittsburgh Steelers ready for 2018

It’s obvious that there’s plenty of blame to go around, that everybody sucks and some big changes need to happen.


Pennsylvania Supreme Court throws out state's partisan gerrymandered Congressional districts

The current map, which was drawn by Republicans, was ruled unconstitutional and will be redrawn by Feb. 19.

Special election for 35th State House District planned for Tuesday

The race is between McKeesport natives Democrat Austin Davis and Republican Fawn Walker-Montgomery.

Daniel Smith Jr., an openly gay candidate, is running against homophobic Pennsylvania state Rep. Daryl Metcalfe

Metcalfe is arguably the state’s most anti-LGBTQ legislator and his Democratic opponent is focused on “equality” and local infrastructure issues.


Lynn Cullen Live - 1/22/18

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Lynn Cullen Live - 1/18/18

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David Adés’ Afloat in Light

In Adès’ poems, everyday events become consecrated moments


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