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Pennsylvania Senate to vote on bill to arm school teachers and staff

The legislation passed by the Senate Education Committee last month would allow teachers and staff to carry firearms in schools.

Pittsburgh-based theater troupe seeks funding for overseas artist

"Angelmakers: Songs for Female Serial Killers" would premiere here in October

Amazing Cafe in Pittsburgh permanently closed after workers participate in one-day strike

Owners of the South Side restaurant say the reasons for closure were financially motivated, workers say it was in response to the strike.

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D.C. rapper Wale brings The Shine Tour to Stage AE

A night with Wale.

Opening yourself to chaos: Pharmakon performs at The Shop

Pharmakon is an experimental industrial noise artist whose albums come with artist statements. Her work is raw, powerful. It’s aggressive and harsh in a purely feminine way, a refreshing relief from a world of harsh noise built so much on the ugliness of masculinity.

Listen Up! May 24 Issue

Music from all the artists featured in this week's issue. We cover a lot of ground in that section so the playlist is a little jarring transition-wise.

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PolitiCrap

Gubernatorial candidate Paul Mango led an effort on health-care reform, but is silent on GOP health-care plan

North Hills Republican gubernatorial candidate Paul Mango is an expert on health-care reform, but hasn't share opinions on the American Health Care Act

Four takeaways from Allegheny County’s 2017 primary elections

The Democratic establishment and a small progressive offshoot did well among low turnout.

Is President Donald Trump losing support from Pennsylvania’s independent voters?

A new Franklin & Marshall College poll shows independent voters disapprove of the president almost as much as Democrats.

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