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U.S. Senate candidate Lou Barletta is pushing his anti-immigrant agenda in online ads and mailers

U.S. Senate candidate Lou Barletta is pushing his anti-immigrant agenda in online ads and mailers

“We have seen him do this for more than a decade.”


Clarion Quartet releases Breaking the Silence, music of composers suppressed by Nazi Germany

“I think there’s an assumption in classical music, that if something is good, it will be known. … Question those assumptions.”

Jonathan Finlayson performs at City of Asylum Tue., March 20

“I like to think of making an arc to a composition — balancing out certain elements like complexity versus groove.”


Uptown’s Eco-Innovation District is slated for three public-art projects

This month, the city issued the first RFP for the new art installations

Pittsburgh-based podcast I Got the Hell Out details 10 years spent in an Old Testament, polygamous, doomsday cult

“Well, you remember I was in a cult, right? Is that worth anything?”


I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings at New Hazlett Theater

All of the upsetting storylines from the book are there on stage, but the acting, staging and delivery bring an unexpected levity and charm to the story

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s New Works program brings dancer-choreographed works to life

“New voices and fresh ideas are incredibly important to the progression and vitality of our art form.”

The Haters Roast — The Shady Tour brings insult-slinging drag queens to town

The live comedy show features eight stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race


Jack Daniel and the legacy of Nearest Green

Green became the first African-American master distiller in history

Warmer spring weather is a great match for light, crisp lagers

The Pilsner is one of the world’s most popular lagers


A Wrinkle in Time

The film is big-hearted and colorful, but missed the mark on magical

Love, Simon

Everything is great, but Simon would rather not come out as gay just yet

7 Days in Entebbe

José Padilha’s docudrama is a straightforward re-telling of the 1976 hijacking


Pittsburgh activist Blak Rapp Madusa starts crowdfund for legal fees following North Versailles arrest while filming police

The well-known Black Lives Matter rapper and activist was arrested following an altercation on Feb. 24 and is raising money for her legal defense.

Odd Pittsburgh Sports Facts

What the what?

Two traditionally Republican suburbs in the South Hills were key for Conor Lamb’s special election victory

Grassroots volunteers focused intensely on Bethel Park and Upper St. Clair and got many Republicans who were upset with Trump to back a Democrat.


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