Vol. 19, No. 23
At the PCA, a revue of animation shorts explores the form with weirdness and humor.
By Robert Isenberg
Fabric artist Tina Williams receives one of the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts' rare Lifetime Achievement Awards.
By Andrea Bullard
An exhibit at Wood Street Galleries gives electronic glitches free rein.
By Bill O'Driscoll
By Aaron Jentzen
On With 'The Show'
By Charlie Deitch
By Chris Potter
By Melissa Meinzer
The Goodie Truck
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Legendary backing musician Booker T. takes center stage at the Three Rivers Arts Festival
By Justin Hopper
Belvedere's offers a laptop battle and record fest this weekend
By Manny Theiner
Local band Gramsci Melodic combines synths, politics and upbeat rock on new release
By Andy Mulkerin
Bachelorette brings her electric family to Garfield Artworks.
By Margaret Welsh
A belated love-letter to New Kids on the Block
By Cindy Yogmas
Harry's Friendly Service
By Michelle Pilecki
The Solid Gold Cadillac
By Ted Hoover
The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3
Tony Scott's remake of the gritty 1970s classic should never have happened.
By Al Hoff
The Girlfriend Experience
Steven Soderbergh presents this year's model of modern sexuality
By Harry Kloman
Indie romantic dramedy is more off-putting than charming
Shall We Kiss?
Fans of sleek, semi-cerebral Euro-comedies should find this a welcome diversion.
By Dan Savage
Letters to the Editor: June 10 - 17
This Just In: June 11 - 18
By Frances Sansig Monahan
Short List: Week of June 11 - 18
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