Furry friends: Pittsburgh restaurants welcome Anthrocon furries with specials, signs and long straws
By Lauren Ortego
Bus Guide for College Students
If you’re a student, old or new, you probably have some transit questions. Don’t worry; the City Paper is here to help.
Tags: News, College, Bus, College Issue
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.
Tags: Dining, Food, Coughlin's Law, Cocktail, Mount Washington
Best of Pittsburgh — Legacy: Indian Food: Taj Mahal
City Paper readers have voted the same eatery as Best Indian Restaurant since 2013.
Tags: Legacy, Taj Mahal, McKnight Road
The Warhol Museum preps for Andy's 90th birthday
By Lauren Ortego and Jared Wickerham
Tags: Andy Warhol, Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh museums
Brawl Under the Bridge brings together comics, wrestling and all things kickass.
“It’s pretty funny, a lot of action, nothing super offensive, it’s not ultra-violent.”
Tags: Sports News, Brawl Under the Bridge, Frank Cunniff, Bill Eadie
More Lynn Cullen Live
Subpoenas recommended in ethics probe of Pa. Rep. Mike Kelly over stock purchase
By Laura Olson
Nebby post alert: Did Satan visit the Steel City?
By Lisa Cunningham
Pennsylvania ranks No. 1 in movie deaths, and it's all thanks to George A. Romero
By Amanda Waltz
Beware of Pittsburgh's zombie (tree) apocalypse
By Kimberly Rooney 高小荣