Vol. 19, No. 25
Douglas Cooper's new mural redraws the map
By Charles Rosenblum
August Wilson celebrated jitneys in his first published play, but their role in a new and improved Hill District is not so certain
By Brentin Mock
Janitors Still Sweeping through Downtown
By Bill O'Driscoll
Generations of Pride
For celebrating gays, familiarity breedsIn 1973, when Pittsburgh PrideFest was created, its very existence as a celebration of local gay life had an activist component.
By Marty Levine
Housing developers gather to work for proper properties
The Bus Starts Here
Local legislators propose funding fixes for the Port Authority, but relief may depend on Harrisburg's sausage factory
By Julie Mickens
Expect more monopolies from new media rules
By Al Hoff
(The) Alpha Control Group (C)/Master Mechanic
By Justin Hopper
City of Ghosts
By Harry Kloman
Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times
A tax evader walks into a bar...
By Chris Potter
What's the history of live theater Downtown?
Question submitted by: Doris Kennedy, Squirrel Hill
A conversation with Dave Kuzmick
Dave Kuzmick has been the proprietor of Sweeper World on Liberty Avenue in Bloomfield for 19 years. Besides selling new vacuum cleaners, he does what almost no one else does these days: He fixes and sells used sweepers.
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