Vol. 17, No. 40
The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts' Artist and Emerging Artist of the Year shows enliven two-dimensionality.
By Savannah Guz
Two new local housing developments anticipate greener times.
By Charles Rosenblum
North Siders Want More From Casino
Developer says deal on community investment has already been reached
By Violet Law
A multimedia theatrical production tries to make sense of Iraq -- by relying on the voices of those who have been there
By Chris Potter
Is City Ethics Code Unethical?
Political activists charges ethics board with gagging whistleblowers
By Chris Young
DA investigating Post-Gazette's use of Scaife court records
Judge rules against efforts to force documents' return
By Charlie Deitch
"First Step" Taken Against Domestic Violence by Police
Shields introduces "zero tolerance" legislation
By Melissa Meinzer
Protester has misdemeanor charges dismissed
Civil suit may be filed in altercation with city police
By Marty Levine
District 9 Challenger Seeking Debates
Accuses Burgess, Democratic nominee, of dodging
By Al Hoff
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Local theatrical legend Leon Katz returns to discuss his controversial project revolving around a century-old notebook of Gertrude Stein's.
By Bill O'Driscoll
D.C.'s Middle Distance Runner performs at Garfield Artworks
By Aaron Jentzen
Duquesne U alum Anthony Rankin seeks mainstream success
By Manny Theiner
Under the Wire: Local music venues in flux
Matthew Shipp brings "forward-thinking" jazz to Warhol
By Mike Shanley
Douglass Brothers' release offers simple dreams, a sense of humor
Boris is from Japan and out of this world.
By Andrew McKeon
By Michelle Pilecki
By Ted Hoover
By Robert Isenberg
Srishti Dances of India presents its latest premiere.
By Lissa Brennan
Westerners take charity to the Third World in City Theatre's season-opener.
The Jane Austen Book Club
By Harry Kloman
King of California
By Dan Savage
Letters to the Editor: Oct 3 - 10
Reversing the Field
Fans reveal sports heroes on the other side of the ball
By Jody DiPerna
This Just In: Oct 3 - 10
By Frances Sansig Monahan
What goes around comes around for Trib publisher
By John McIntire
By Mars Johnson
Evergreen Cafe owner's car is still out front, now just "loading" in the loading zone every half hour
By Ali Trachta
Pittsburgh says goodbye to the Penn Avenue "butthole window"
By Amanda Waltz
Affordable-ish Housing in Pittsburgh: Hilltop fortress edition
By Michael Machosky
Andy Warhol wins perpetual fame in his ancestral homeland
By Bill Zlatos