Vol. 21, No. 36
In the wake of 9/11, American policy has run roughshod over civil libertarians, anti-war activists -- and public opinion itself
By Marty Levine
Star Wars and Junkies
By Jimmy Cvetic
On the Record with Bernard Goldstein
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Sins of omission and commission mar a menu that is traditional, but not fusty.
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
... And a Coffee Chaser
By Andy Mulkerin
Kathleen George took an unlikely route from theater professor to mystery author.
"I seem to be in the groove now."
By Robert Isenberg
Critics' Picks: Sept 9 - 12
Mandrake Project releases its latest, plus a couple of Irish music festivals, and visits from Bachelorette and BRAHMS.
Winds (and Strings) of Change
Classical Revolution brings chamber music to the people
By Margaret Welsh
Clawing Their Way to the Top
Pittsburgh-born Bear Cub goes to Nashville
Static brings electronic music to a big room in the Strip
"We decided that we were going to fill this void."
By Kate Magoc
On the Record with John Hiatt
"When someone cuts one of your songs it's like someone saying something nice about one of your kids."
By Nick Keppler
The REP launches a season of firsts with A Child's Guide to Heresy
This "adult fairy tale" with supernatural elements is set in medieval England.
By Bill O'Driscoll
A New Brain
I'm happy to report that the evening is just about as enjoyable as can be.
By Ted Hoover
Neither director Joe Warik nor his capable cast compensate for the emptiness of the first two acts.
By Gordon Spencer
Pennsylvania Dance Theatre brings a dark new work to town.
Por La Blanda Arena explores suicide, madness and more.
By Steve Sucato
A family drama set in the world of cage-fighting falls a few punches short.
By Harry Kloman
The Man Who Fell to Earth
Nicolas Roeg's 1976 cult classic starring David Bowie returns in a director's cut.
Life, Above All
A well-acted coming-of-age drama set in South Africa
A colorful doc revisits the infamous Ken Kesey "acid" bus trip of the 1960s
Rejoice and Shout
Vintage clips give life to a documentary about American gospel music
From Belgium, an amusing new spin on the currently hot bloodsuckers
By Charlie Deitch
Fearing Fear Itself
A moment of silence that has lasted 10 years
By Chris Potter
Short List: Week of September 8 - 15
Afro-Futurism Day Camp (Ages 8-10)
Oakland Career Center
Mon., Jan. 20, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Know the score: legendary composer John Williams (Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter) coming to Pittsburgh
By Hannah Lynn
The displacement of Anthony Hardison from his Lawrenceville apartment is a microcosm of a neighborhood epidemic
By Ryan Deto
A dearth of flavor and underwhelming menu leaves little to recommend from newest Big Burrito concept
By Maggie Weaver
More than 200 take to Pittsburgh streets for fourth annual Women's March
By Ollie Gratzinger