Vol. 18, No. 44
At its best, the Festival of Lights helps us see architecture differently.
By Charles Rosenblum
A locally launched T-shirt outfit catches on.
By Melissa Meinzer
If it weren't for a handful of volunteers, Tiger Ranch might still be in operation today. What does that say about the animal-welfare system?
By Charlie Deitch
Mapping Out A Crisis
Where do city pension dollars end up?
Neighborhoods: New CNNC leadership making waves
Police: Residents want consent-decree procedures made law
By Marty Levine
Elections: Activists Get What They Want, Still Aren't Satisfied
East Liberty: Neighbors want say in new outreach housing program
By Chris Young
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Brighton Hot Dog Shoppe
By Colleen Van Tassell
Ted Leo and The Pharmacists bring polemics and pop hooks to Diesel
By Chris Parker
Jenn Gooch offers intense lyrics and plucky banjo on Gift Horse
By Manny Theiner
Anti-Flag hosts Nov. 9 benefit concert for the Pittsburgh Food Bank
Percussive avant-rockers Skeletons rattle their bones at Garfield Artworks
By Aaron Jentzen
Plastered Bastards release Evil Will Always Triumph Because Good Is Dumb
Ex-Misfit Michale Graves releases new album on Eric Corbin's Screaming Crow label
A dance take on illustrator Edward Gorey's work, and a dance contest, highlight Attack Theatre's new [Insert Clever and Thought Provoking Title Here].
By Steve Sucato
Diane's Heart Dries Out Still More
By Michelle Pilecki
By Ted Hoover
Inbal Pinto's journey to the center of a snowglobe.
We camp out with Chicks With Dicks: Bad Girls on Bikes Doing Bad Things.
By Bill O'Driscoll
The road to City Theatre's Long Story Short began with a pop band.
Open Stage opens its season with the wacky farce Irma Vep.
El Eco de la Sombra was a feast for the senses.
By Jessica Lam
Pride and Glory
Corruption tears apart a family of NYC cops in this drama.
By Al Hoff
Zack and Miri Make a Porno
In this low-brow comedy, Pittsburghers try to make an X-rated video.
McCain got the volunteer he deserved
By Chris Potter
By Dan Savage
This Just In: October 30 - November 6
By Frances Sansig Monahan
By Mars Johnson
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
A forgotten 1909 incident shows how Pittsburgh has — and hasn't — moved on from racialized violence
By David S. Rotenstein