Pittsburgh City Paper | Issue Archives | Oct 2, 2003
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  • Oct 2-8, 2003
  • Vol. 19, No. 40


  • Hostel Climate

    Pittsburgh's hostel closes -- unnecessarily, staff say
  • Long Story Short

    Fourteen years after publishing her first short story, local author Jennifer Bannan marks the publication of her first short-story collection, Inventing Victor, by talking about writing, about being American, and why book tours go better with friends
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  • Building Distrust

    Union janitors believe less pay for cleaning newer buildings is dirty pool
  • No Tom Like the Present

    Bad timing defined: Murphy anointed schools savior amid city budget crisis
  • Civil Matta

    A Republican challenger says voters should fire the clerk of courts for his personnel practices. Her campaign funding raises questions about her career plans.





  • Local Vocal
  • A Conversation with Earl C. Shriver

    On Earl C. Schriver Jr.'s business cards, the legend "Birds of Prey" is bigger than his own name. A falconer and bird-bander, Schriver has kept, trained, bred and rehabilitated feathered critters for nearly six decades.

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