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Pittsburgh's Rave Ami drops its second full-length album

Pittsburgh's Rave Ami drops its second full-length album

And hopefully, the Pittsburgh rock trio is nowhere near calling it quits.


Project Veritas CEO James O’Keefe inclusion at Pittsburgh journalism conference draws criticism

The conservative "sting" artist has been criticized and sued for deceitful reporting tactics, and will be participating on a panel at Duquesne University on Monday.

With pornography ubiquitously available for free online, what keeps the phone sex industry alive?

“Sex gets put on the table, and everything else is a hidden agenda item.”

Exploring Homestead

How to better donate money during breast cancer awareness month

Instead of buying pink Tic Tacs, try donating to these organizations that have a better understanding of what patients and survivors need

Presque Isle State Park has beaches, trails, and a whole lot of birds

Over 300 species of birds have been recorded on the isle, which includes turkey vultures, snowy owls, and ruby-throated hummingbirds

Pittsburgh area sees more than 6,500 new young voters register for 2018 midterms

Organizers say worries about affordable health care and climate change are driving youth registration.


Pittsburgh's Rave Ami drops its second full-length album

And hopefully, the Pittsburgh rock trio is nowhere near calling it quits.

7 Days of Concerts

Final weekend of TributeFest brings David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, Jefferson Airplane to Club Cafe

“It’s not a competition, but it becomes this steeplechase to see, like, ‘how much am I going to commit to this, be this character, and [present] this band accurately?’"


Isabelle de Borchgrave's paper fashion at The Frick Pittsburgh

The collection is intoxicating, vibrantly colored and engages with its cultivated minutiae


Jim Breuer hustles so his audience can relax

“It’s nonstop just doing what you love doing. And hopefully, you can relate to people.”

After more than 20 years on hiatus, Nick M. Daniels returns

"Second chances do come along, and they are fantastic"

Inside Chatterton, Quantum Theatre’s immersive, twisting mystery at Trinity Cathedral

This is a story about how people relate to an artist through their work, how they fill in missing details and project their own baggage to make sense of the unknown.


Comfort food shines on The Commoner's new fall menu

Executive chef Brian Barcus takes on comfort food with confidence to produce a uniquely delicious, enticing fall menu.

Nancy B’s cookies is a West Homestead gem

You can smell the cookies from the front porch


Players and coaches are not nameless gray faces

Social media has empowered a legion of bullies to fire shots across the internet with zero repercussions


Concert review: The Mall of Metallica

Concert photos from Metallica at PPG Paints Arena

#MusicMonday Wrap-up: Oct. 15

The Vaccines cancel, a four-time Grammy winner announces retirement, and did someone say holograms?


Lynn Cullen Live - 10/18/18

Audio & Video Archive

Free Will Astrology


Q&A with author Katherine Boo, a Ten Evenings Author appearing on Mon., Oct. 22

"Listening deeply and investigating patterns of injustice from the bottom up will at least bring a few drops of water to a very dry lake."


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