Industrial Arts Co-op's latest venture is the Mobile Sculpture Workshop for youths
"We're building the sculpture in public this time, because we want to show people exactly what the program is like."
By Dan Willis
Tags: Art Reviews + Features, Slideshow
A local author's new book on Lucky Luciano
"People glorify the mob because there is an undoubted humanity in it, but we have so few facts about it."
Tags: Book Reviews + Features
Copacetic hosts NYC comics artists
Tags: Event, Program Notes, Copacetic Comics Company, Katie Skelly, Meghan Turbitt, Program Notes
Dammit, I Learned a Lot From That Son-of-a-Gun tells local stories of hard knocks
A fascination with history shines through even in these 12 deeply personal essays
Free admission to Phipps on Monday
Tags: Event, Program Notes, Phipps Conservatory, Jack Buncher Foundation, Program Notes
Pittsburgh-born Illusionist Performs on New TV Program
Tags: Event, Program Notes, Michael Grandinetti, Masters of Illusion, the CW, Program Notes
CMU Professor to appear on genealogy show
Tags: Event, Program Notes, TLC, Who Do You Think You Are?, Carnegie Mellon University, Scott Sandage, Tyler Ferguson, Program Notes
Frick's new welcome center opens this weekend
Tags: Event, Program Notes, Frick Art & Historical Center, Orientation Center, Program Notes
YA novelist Elizabeth Wein speaks tomorrow at Hill House
Tags: Event, Program Notes, Elizabeth Wein, Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures, Hill House, Rose Under Fire, Code Name Verity, Program Notes
A new bus tour visits local film and TV shooting locations
"We've got so many different identities."
Tags: Art Reviews + Features
By Mars Johnson
Evergreen Cafe owner's car is still out front, now just "loading" in the loading zone every half hour
By Ali Trachta
A love letter to the North Side "Dirty Bird," America's best worst grocery store
By Kyle Murphy
Pittsburgh says goodbye to the Penn Avenue "butthole window"
By Amanda Waltz
"This is not new to us": CAIR responds to Summer Lee's withdrawal from event
By Colin Williams