Vol. 17, No. 46
Six artists project a variety of approaches in Emission Theory.
By Savannah Guz
Did the famed Louis I. Kahn design a house in Fox Chapel?
By Charles Rosenblum
Stun guns were supposed to make both police and citizens safer. But critics in Pittsburgh and elsewhere say they are dangerous -- and that police are too quick to use them.
By Marty Levine
Artists surprised to be locked out of building
"It's just a tempest in a teapot," mayor says
By Chris Young
A Conversation with Mark DeSantis
By Charlie Deitch
Apartment complex may be reborn as "cohousing" development
After fending off ex-con housing proposal, community envisioning radical changes
Mio Kitchen and Wine Bar
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
By Colleen Van Tassell
Instrumental quartet Cellofourte wins WQED band battle
By Manny Theiner
Symphonic pop army The Polyphonic Spree marches on the Rex Theatre
By Aaron Jentzen
Go straight to hell with Flaming Fire
The Pipettes go past formulaic pop without forgetting the pop formula
By Justin Hopper
Chuck D. to speak at the Stand Up Now! Urban Roots Hip-Hop Arts Symposium
Velocity Ramblers bring '60s psychedelia to the Warhol
Escanaba in da Moonlight
By Gordon Spencer
Chunky Move shows how to "Glow," and listens when Australian men say "I Want to Dance Better at Parties."
By Steve Sucato
Desdemona: A Play About a Handkerchief
Playwright Amy Hartman credits many influences for her wild new play, The Chicken Snake.
By Bill O'Driscoll
Comedian Richard Lewis discusses insomnia, why strangers are better than family, and finally getting married.
By Ben Kharakh
Pittsburgh Connections is a diverse showcase for five choreographers with local ties.
Mary Miller makes dance with something to say.
By Denise N. Lewis
I'm Not There
Hayne's approach is daring, complex and brilliantly suited to his subject: Bob Dylan
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
Director Sidney Lumet is up to his good old tricks: Except for the sex, he's directed a very old-fashioned film
By Harry Kloman
A "gooey mixture of sentimental, precociously juvenile aphorisms"
By Al Hoff
Letters to the Editor: Nov 14 - 21
By Chris Potter
By Dan Savage
Yinz keep bloggin.
This Just In: Nov 14 - 21
By Frances Sansig Monahan
Pittsburgh misses a rare opportunity
By John McIntire
By Heather Schor
The best bars in Pittsburgh for drinking alone
By Sterling Mac
On the Tahn: Hot Mass and other dance parties in Pittsburgh (Dec. 7-9)
By Amanda Waltz
Rebecca Makkai drew from #MeToo and true crime to craft her latest novel
By Rege Behe
Drink and be merry at these Pittsburgh holiday pop-up bars