This year’s Strip District Music Festival will highlight hip-hop artists from around the city
“When you’re up-and-coming you have to be hitting them from every angle.”
By Trevor Leard
Tags: Music Features
After building a career on touring and mixtapes, Taylor Gang rapper Chevy Woods releases his first official EP
“I’m polished to where I’m on stage and I don’t have to worry. Now it’s just focusing on the music.”
Hip-hop duo The Come Up tides fans over with a new nine-song project
"We got so much music in the stash."
Local rapper Sovren approaches his craft with an artistic mind
"I'm not trying to impress you with lyrics; I'm not trying to necessarily impress you with flow."
Tags: Music, Local Beat
Rapper Norman Dean advances his career from behind the soundboard
"I'm starting to get more serious with pushing the studio as a brand and a business."
Pittsburgh Black Film Network provides a platform for local Black filmmakers with first short film program
team work make the screen work
Posted by: SlimStario
on Feb 27, 2020
Fear of drug users is how we justify harming them
This is a question of morality. Is it moral to lock up drug users? Moral…
Posted by: Dean Becker
on Feb 27, 2020
For the first time ever, East End Brewing Company's hard cider is available outside its taproom
Love the cider!
Posted by: Kat Kuvinka
on Feb 26, 2020
Roy Wood Jr., Headlines the Pittsburgh Improv
Fri., Feb. 28, 7:30 & 9:45 p.m. and Sat., Feb. 29, 7 & 9:30 p.m.
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More Lynn Cullen Live
These are the Pittsburgh fish fries where you can drink
By Ryan Deto
Say hello to Pittsburgh's newest record label, Delicate Cashmere
By Jordan Snowden
Study shows rural Pennsylvania school districts not benefiting from nearby fracking
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto explains why he isn’t backing the Green New Deal, but why he is also opposed to fracking