News, Dining, Music, Best Of, Arts, Film | Pittsburgh City Paper
Colcom Foundation removes its signage from Holiday Market following criticism of anti-immigrant ties

Colcom Foundation removes its signage from Holiday Market following criticism of anti-immigrant ties

Peoples Gas Holiday Market will no longer display name of Pittsburgh’s Colcom Foundation after controversy

News+Features

Colcom Foundation removes its signage from Holiday Market following criticism of anti-immigrant ties

Peoples Gas Holiday Market will no longer display name of Pittsburgh’s Colcom Foundation after controversy

StarKist puts millennials on the hook for dropping tuna sales, but the price-fixing probably isn't helping

The Pittsburgh company recently pled guilty to a price-fixing scheme; a lack of transparency raises ethical dilemmas

Faith, labor, and pro-immigrant groups call for removal of Colcom Foundation's name from holiday market

The coalition condemns the anti-immigrant donations of Colcom and wants local groups to reject its funding.

John Waters promises new jeers and cheers for A John Waters' Christmas: Holier & Dirtier

“I think people should go trick-or-treating at Christmas. Just mix everything up.”

Pittsburgh arts organizations look ahead after taking a hit from extreme weather

“Everybody is just hoping that next year will be more forgiving.”

Music

Longturn Music makes a home for the house and techno community

“We’re not thinking ‘How are we going to make money?’ We’re thinking ‘How are we going to make this an awesome time?’”

Get Hip Recordings is over 30 years old, yet its new store is relatively unknown

The best Pittsburgh record store/venue/recording label you’ve never heard of

7 Days of Concerts



Arts

The Warhol brings Shade Compositions multimedia performance to Pittsburgh

“Through repetition and through technology, I’m taking the Black vernacular and turning it into contemporary music."

To keep admission free, Handmade Arcade kicks off a day early with The Cutting Edge fundraiser

For $30, you can shop from vendors before they open to the public and participate in hands-on activities.


Food+Drink

Restaurant Review: Alquisiras Paleteria

Among an ever-changing menu, dessert is the main draw

Film

Holiday Movie Advent Day 10: A Very Nutty Christmas

An original holiday movie that may have broken my brain.

Holiday Movie Advent Day 9: A Very Cool Christmas

Santa gets a makeover!

Holiday Movie Advent Day 8: Last Holiday

In these dark times, it’s comforting to see a good person win for once.

Blogs

#MusicMonday Wrap-up: Dec. 10

Concerts, contests, and ... video games?

Which of Santa's Reindeer are You?

Are you a Donner or a Blitzen? Believe it or not, Santa's reindeer all have distinct personalities. Rudolph may have a whole movie dedicated to him, but the entire crew bring something different to the table. Find out who you are!

Pittsburgh City Podcast takes on visual journalism

Pittsburgh City Paper photographer Jared Wickerham and editor Lisa Cunningham discuss the importance of visual journalism


Views

Lynn Cullen Live - 12/10/18

Audio & Video Archive

Lynn Cullen Live - 12/7/18

Audio & Video Archive

Listings

CP Newsletters

Sign up to get the freshest content sent right to your inbox.

No recent CP TV

Digital Issues

This Week...

Read Past Issues

As Pittsburgh's independent voice, Pittsburgh City Paper offers a unique perspective on area news and politics; opinions; dining reviews; restaurant and event listings; music reviews and concert previews; film reviews; and local arts and entertainment coverage.

© 2018 Pittsburgh City Paper

Website powered by Foundation

National Advertising by VMG Advertising