Vol. 21, No. 29
Service Disruption: State budget cuts affecting county homeless programs
"There [are] always more people calling for service than we have the ability to serve."
By Michael Macagnone
At Boyd & Blair, a handful of friends build a global reputation
By Abby Mendelson
Emission Control: Lawrenceville foundry agrees to reduce discharges
"You can, in fact, work together to have good manufacturing and a safe neighborhood."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
With more choices for Mexican fare, diners can be choosier
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
East Liberty's main drag gets a coffee shop
By Andy Mulkerin
United States Bartenders Guild Opens Pittsburgh Chapter
Added buzz for Pittsburgh Cocktails
By Brian Tierney
Venerable painter Richard Rappaport discusses five of his works.
The Pittsburgh-based portraitist tells the story behind the paintings in a new show.
By Kelly Gates
At The Warhol, Mixed Signals explores sport and sexuality with mixed results.
Neutralized, the photos' subjects are only hunky young men in showy outfits.
By Robert Isenberg
A new book of American regionalisms keeps Pittsburgh in the mix.
"What you heard in Western New York was not at all what you heard in that part of Pennsylvania."
By Bill O'Driscoll
Critics' Picks: July 21 - 24
By Andy Mulkerin and Margaret Welsh
T Model Ford, at 91, brings Delta blues back to Pittsburgh
"I been on a chain gang for killin' a man. He tried to kill me but the good Lord give me the power, I out-cut him. It didn't make me bad; I'm a nice fellow."
Sight Unseen updates classic drum and bass
"Pittsburgh has a deep history with drum and bass, deeper than most cities."
By Kate Magoc
Black Francis is still not dead, and is coming back to Pittsburgh
"Is my last record less valid than the popular ones? I don't listen to music that way."
By Nick Keppler
Three acts to catch on Warped Tour
Each year, there are a few really quality acts that make the lineup, and we hope that a certain number of kids catch one or two and see that the world is bigger than just Gym Class Heroes.
The nonsensical nonrealism of the Absurd can be a very strenuous experience for both actor and audience.
By Ted Hoover
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
The grand tale of the boy wizard comes to a satisfying end
By Al Hoff
The Last Mountain
A new documentary looks at the damage caused by mountain-top-removal mining
A doc about the gritty Lower Manhattan film-and-art scene of the late 1970s
Nostalgia for the Light
A provocative essay about searching for meaning in the stars, and in the aftermath of atrocities on earth
Gassing the Forest
Concern grows about increased Marcelllus Shale drilling in state forests
Short List: July 20 - 28
By Bill O'Driscoll and Brendan Sullivan
The 21st Annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast and Program
Ebenezer Baptist Church
Mon., Jan. 20, 7:30-9:30 a.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Two Allegheny County councilors call for charges on West Mifflin police following alleged assault of teenage girl
By Ryan Deto
The displacement of Anthony Hardison from his Lawrenceville apartment is a microcosm of a neighborhood epidemic
More than 200 take to Pittsburgh streets for fourth annual Women's March
By Ollie Gratzinger
Pittsburgh has a lot of flipped homes recently. What does that mean for the region?