Vol. 17, No. 33
Shame of the City
You'll never look at Pittsburgh the same way again
Non-Profit Group Fishing for a Controversy
By Charlie Deitch
So why did that video get shut down at the Arts Festival?
By Bill O'Driscoll
Awaiting Trial, Anti-war Protesters Experience Hearing Problems
Court delay for POG protester who says he was choked by cop
By Chris Young and Marty Levine
A Guide to Pittsburgh Corridor of Shame
By Al Hoff
Teenagers Seek Poetic Justice In Outbreak of Violence
By Violet Law
Pamela Lawton Trial Delayed -- Again
By Melissa Meinzer
Won't Somebody Think of the Children?
Oakland students surrounded by debauchery
By Chris Potter
Big Winners In 48-hour Film Festival
By Chris Young
Nudity by the numbers at the Carnegie Museum of Art
Going Through the Motions: August 7-8
We attend city council so you don't have to.
Buffing Up Pittsburgh's Image
The Pittsburgh Nude Project looks close to home for its inspiration
By Aaron Jentzen
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
The Dog Days of Dining
By Colleen Van Tassell
Andy Warhol and Keith Haring's religious works surprise at The Warhol.
By Lissa Brennan
A local writer's take on Pittsburgh for visitors joins the Moon guidebook series.
Despite flooding in Millvale, Mr. Small's and Attic Records keep dry
Karate's Geoff Farina returns with Glorytellers
By Andy Mulkerin
The Phantom Family Halo gets loose at Garfield Artworks
By Mike Shanley
Coalesce re-coalesces for reunion tour
By Manny Theiner
Eli Keszler and Ashley Paul improvise at Garfield Artworks
The up-and-coming improv musician sets lofty goals, but that's not surprising given his background
By Ted Hoover
Always ... Patsy Cline
By Michelle Pilecki
The turbulent life of famed salsa singer Hector Lavoe (Marc Anthony) and his wife, Puchi (Jennifer Lopez), is brought to the big screen in this warts-and-bling-and-bongos spectacle.
Death at a Funeral
Frank Oz's film, set in England, might have been an urbane black comedy like the Ealing Studio classics of the 1950s, That hope disappears in the first 15 minutes
By Harry Kloman
This enviro-docu-drama set amid the creatures of the Arctic from Adam Ravetch and Sarah Robertson misses its mark by anthropomorphizing its subjects, rigging a story, and delivering its message ad nauseum with a jivey hammer.
Abderrahmane Sissako's deceptively placid yet searing film recalls the political theater of the late 1960s and early '70s -- at once artificial, naturalistic and allegorical.
My Best Friend
Actor Daniel Auteuil finds himself in yet another gentle French farce, this time searching for an instant best friend.
Rush Hour 3
The first two Rush Hour films are guilty pleasures, and so is the third film.
By Dan Savage
Letters to the Editor: August 15 - 22
Yinz Keep Bloggin'
Whenever I pass the plaque on Smithfield Street, claiming the University of Pittsburgh was founded there in 1787 (in a log cabin, no less), I see red. I believe that plaque is a big corporate lie. Is it?
Question submitted by: Will Forbes, North Side
A Conversation with Mike Smalley Jr.
Bum-Rushing the Passer
Don't count Roethlisberger out just yet
By Jody DiPerna
This Just In: August 15 - 22
By Frances Sansig Monahan
In the Flesh
Porn star and pastor hold live debate about pornography
By John McIntire
SIX x ATE: West
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art
Thu., Nov. 14, 6:30-9 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Can we please talk about this ridiculous sprawling mansion in Gibsonia?
By Amanda Waltz
The Price of a Cocktail
By Tereneh Idia
Fact checking Gov. Tom Wolf’s KDKA radio interview on cracker plants and natural gas
By Ryan Deto
Introducing Pittsburgh Record Label Roundup: The diverse and plentiful selection of the city's record labels
By Jordan Snowden