Pittsburgh City Paper | Issue Archives | Mar 10, 2011
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  • Mar 10-16, 2011
  • Vol. 21, No. 10

News

  • Dead Lines
  • Dead Lines

    Amid the gray, grim columns of the obituary page, a good, playful nickname can seem both a little inappropriate and very welcome: like stifling a laugh when the eulogy reminds you of a joke the deceased used to tell.
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Food+Drink

  • New How Lee
  • Restaurant Reviews
  • New How Lee

    Sichuan cuisine that rises above its peers with food that's well cooked, expertly seasoned and fearlessly spicy.

Music

  • God, Satan ... and Slim Forsythe
  • God, Satan ... and Slim Forsythe

    "I asked myself, 'Now, what does a man do after he writes the sequel to The Brothers Karamazov?' The answer: I was gonna front an all-woman Hank Williams cover band."

Film

  • Cedar Rapids
  • Cedar Rapids

    An insurance salesman finds life – and laughs – in Iowa
  • Casino Jack
  • Casino Jack

    The rise and fall of "super lobbyist" Jack Abramoff
  • Mars Needs Moms
  • Mars Needs Moms

    Disney goes to the Red Planet, to re-affirm family values
  • Orgasm Inc.
  • Orgasm Inc.

    A doc looks at how female sexuality is being medicalized for potential profits
  • Take Me Home Tonight
  • Take Me Home Tonight

    A huge party in the 1980s changes everything in this not-so-amusing comedy

Arts+Entertainment

Stage

  • The Glass Menagerie
  • Theater
  • The Glass Menagerie

    Director Rich Keitel's production is clear-headed and direct, allowing us to hear the words Williams has written.
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  • Theater
  • boom

    Good heavens -- there's actually intelligent dialogue.
  • Evita
  • Theater
  • Evita

    This production is almost a showcase of unfortunate choices.

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