Vol. 21, No. 9
On the Record with Mike Dawida, executive director of Scenic Pittsburgh
By Charlie Deitch
Keeping Watch: Wisconsin labor issues have Pa. unions on high alert
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Cut Above: North Side barber Earl Baldwin offers more than just a haircut
By Jane McCafferty
Public Display: Are mugshot tabloids newsworthy or just sensational?
By Chris Young
By Chris Potter
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
The longtime East Carson Street grocery store gets ready to close.
Selling Wine After Its Time
By Brian Tierney
Illuminating Shadows: Wood Street Galleries show projects seismic awe and oceanic dread
By Justin Hopper
Seth Clark's Ruination finds compelling art in postindustrial fragments.
By Christopher L. McGinnis
Pitt graduate fiction students honor a professor with a collection of stories.
By Bill O'Driscoll
School's Out ... For Now: Shows for students who aren't out on Spring Break
By Aaron Jentzen
A Path so Twisted: When musicians like Patti Smith win awards ... for books
Chatham Baroque stages Bach's controversial St. John Passion
By Andy Mulkerin
DJ FreQ Nasty and Monsters of Bass take the low road to Pittsburgh
On the duo's new album, Ennui's psychedelic pop recalls Pink Floyd and Bowie
By Patrick Bowman
Interview: Flogging Molly's Bob Schmidt
Flogging Molly's banjo and mandolin player talks about the life in the beloved Celtic-rock group and its album Speed of Darkness, due May 24.
By Bethie Girmai
Just Kids in the making: Interview with Patti Smith, July 2007, unpublished excerpt
In the Voodoo Parlour of Marie Laveau
By Ted Hoover
Mahalia Jackson: Standing on Holy Ground
By Robert Isenberg
Rising-star playwright Annie Baker's Circle Mirror Transformation, at the Public, is largely about its silences.
Choreographer Nora Chipaumire and African music legend Thomas Mapfumo team up on a new work.
After a long absence from Pittsburgh stages, Ballet Hispanico returns with a new artistic director.
By Steve Sucato
Outside the Law
An ambitious docudrama covering the Algerian-independence movement in 1950s France
By Al Hoff
The Adjustment Bureau
A thriller that asks: What if your life was already mapped out?
Drive Angry Shot in 3-D
It's mayhem ... right in your face!
This raunchy comedy is a dud.
Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune
A documentary about the influential 1960s folk singer
A gorgeously produced kiddie tale, with shades of Chinatown
By Dan Savage
Running out of Options: Just how desperate are things getting for the Penguins?
By Jim Shearer
Short List: Week of March 3 - 10
Eaglemania: The World's Greatest Eagles Tribute Band
The Lamp Theatre
Sun., Nov. 17, 8-10:30 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
New paper details how Pittsburgh is no longer a post-industrial city
By Ryan Deto
Garfield restaurant Fish Nor Fowl's transition to pasta pays off
By Maggie Weaver
What Have We Done tackles environmental concerns with art exhibit and workshop series
By Amanda Waltz
Aspiring film documentarian aims to become the 'Dave DiCello of film'
By Lisa Cunningham