Vol. 17, No. 38
Young workers who contract Parkinson's disease face special challenges.
By Chris Young
Fall Arts Preview
Pittsburgh's art scenes goes south, thanks to the Cultural Trust
By CP Staff
Fall Arts Preview: Theater
Six reasons to get to the theater this fall
By Robert Isenberg
Casinos: The battle for a Community Benefits Agreement Moves to the North Side
By Violet Law
City Government: Mayor finds the most talented officials in America close to home
By Charlie Deitch
Fall Arts Preview: Music
By Aaron Jentzen
Universities: CMU students not alarmed by terror threat
By Carrie Potter
Fall Arts Preview: Dance
Local and touring companies prepare to serve a rich variety of dance.
By Steve Sucato
Fall Arts Preview: Art and Exhibits
Let's not get hung up on new shows. Fall is also a good time for catching up.
By Bill O'Driscoll
Going Through the Motions: Sept. 11-12 and 18, 2007
We attend city council meetings so you don't have to
Fall Arts Preview: Lectures and Readings
Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk and writer Dave Eggers are some of fall's literary highlights here.
Fall Arts Preview: Film
Summer is officially over and we can expect more serious fare at the movieplex: dramas about the Mid-East, quirky indies, and, well, Saw IV.
By Al Hoff
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Penn Avenue Fish Company
By Colleen Van Tassell
William Bouguereau, his students and his up-and-down artistic reputation are on display at the Frick.
By Melissa Kuntz
Old is the new new at the Carnegie's Hall of Architecture turns 100.
By Charles Rosenblum
Lauded experimental novelist Mark Z. Danielewski makes his first visit to Pittsburgh.
Local mystery author Kathryn Miller Haines has a winning character in '40s actress Rosie Winter.
Music on the Edge series presents "Powerhouse Pianists" mini-festival
By Manny Theiner
New Invisible Joy returns to the stage with Kontakt
Franklin skate punks Oh Shit They're Going to Kill Us
One-man band Bob Log III performs at the Warhol
A new work is a play of parts, some of which are painful to recall and some of which approach the glorious.
By Michelle Pilecki
A Window to Home
New Horizon production develops slowly.
The Melville Boys
By Gordon Spencer
Zombies From Beyond
Just about every sci-fi B-movie from the '50s and '60s is mashed together in this loving spoof.
By Ted Hoover
Playwright David Turkel confronts the fear of the future in the surreal Key to the Field.
Essential Art House: 50 Years of Janus Films
Pittsburgh Filmmakers presents a two-week film festival -- 16 films that offer a primer on what came to be known as "arthouse cinema."
In the Valley of Elah
This drama is best suited to the small screen, where small ideas play better.
By Harry Kloman
David Cronenberg's thriller-cum-character-study is a dark morality play complete with angels, devils and an emerging savior.
The Hunting Party
This hybrid thriller-adventure-black-comedy is mostly breezy, yet the film can't resist getting maudlin.
Billy Bob Thornton is barely breaking a sweat here, but his deadpan delivery adds comic heft to the rather predictable script.
Letters To The Editor: Sept 19 - 26
By Dan Savage
Mike Butler isn't eating -- but we're the ones going hungry.
By Chris Potter
Bill Was Due
A coach's reputation takes a deserved hit
By Jody DiPerna
Be afraid. Be very afraid.
By Frances Sansig Monahan
Finally, we can start paying attention to what's happened after 9/11
By John McIntire
The Palace Theatre
Wed., Oct. 16, 8 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
U.S. Steel exec out after company loses billions in value; still given $1.4 million payout
By Ryan Deto
Q&A with the partner of a sex worker — my husband
By Jessie Sage
Documentary The Last Scene needs your photos and videos from early 2000s emo and pop-punk shows
By Alex Gordon
Exhibit to commemorate Miles Saal's art and promote advocacy for mental health awareness in the Pittsburgh African American arts community