Pittsburgh City Paper | Issue Archives | Jun 18, 2009
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  • Jun 18-24, 2009
  • Vol. 19, No. 24


  • Up-routed
  • Up-routed

    Construction around the West End Circle should unsnarl traffic for commuters. But local businesses say they've lost their road map.
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  • Market Value
  • Market Value

    Are UPMC's demands holding up plans for a new grocery store?
  • Jumping Tracks

    Pitt journalism program being merged into broader non-fiction program
  • All Inclusive

    Film program, Wilson center brought diversity to Pride '09
  • Gas Heat

    "Can we talk about the dead cows and what it's doing to your property, instead of [about] creating jobs?"




  • Adoration
  • Adoration

    A boy's politically charged fib opens a Pandora's box of ideas and emotions in the latest from Atom Egoyan.
  • Outrage
  • Outrage

    Kirby Dick's new documentary seeks to expose closeted lawmakers
  • Easy Virtue
  • Easy Virtue

    The upper class is not amused in this British comedy
  • Imagine That
  • Imagine That

    A family work-vs.-home comedy that trades in predictable fantasies




  • Burn This
  • Theater
  • Burn This

    Conrad plays with and against the tough New Jersey-ite stereotype, and ravenously chews the delectable scenery.
  • Theater
  • The Seagull

    The performers do little with the play's subtle depth, going nowhere insightful or original, creating something generic rather than specific.


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