Vol. 21, No. 44
The storied career of Temujin Ekunfeo
By Abby Mendelson
Forty years into the "War on Cancer," casualties are mounting -- and we still don't know what motivates the enemy.
Maximum Occupancy: Occupy movement looking to get most bang for protest actions.
"We need some deeper plans."
By Chris Young
Mount Washington gets a much-appreciated bakery.
A new swanky spot for brunch and dinner in the Strip District
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
CMU School of Arts dean revisits booze-themed artwork
By Hal B. Klein
New local fiction from Hilary Masters and Jim Ray Daniels
Masters' Post dazzles with wordplay; Daniels' Trigger Man digs into damaged lives.
By Bill O'Driscoll
Food author Mark Bittman brings his recipe for changing the world to Pittsburgh.
"The Minimalist" gives a Monday Night Lecture on Nov. 7.
By Catherine Piccoli
Pitt presents Morton Feldman mini-festival
Professor Amy Williams grew up with the famous composer as a frequent dinner guest
By Mike Shanley
Mr. Roboto Project re-opens with ADD Fest 14
The larger, multi-roomed venue will allow Project members the flexibility and visibility to branch out to other arts ventures.
By Margaret Welsh
Critics' Picks: November 4 - 5
Local shows by Pow Wows, Indigo Girls and Cold War Kids, plus a Punk Rock Sock Hop
By Andy Mulkerin
Two Feldman compositions
A quick guide to the pieces being presented by Music on the Edge
On the Record with Michael Cuscuna
The legendary jazz box-set curator speaks at Pitt this Thursday.
The cast has a ball dubbing in zonked-out lines to the thudding earnestness of the George Romero movie.
By Ted Hoover
Crimes of the Heart
Crimes is a confection for talented actresses playing quirky characters.
By Michelle Pilecki
Rage of the Stage adapts a cult horror film.
The August Wilson Center hosts a Black Dance Festival
Greer Reed-Jones' connections inform a rich line-up.
By Steve Sucato
Three Rivers Film Festival
More than four dozen films are on the slate as the long-running local festival kicks off
By Al Hoff
The film is an entertaining mess, and that's not even parsing its historical veracity.
Pittsburgh Filmmakers turns 40
An interview with Robert Gaylor, one of the founding members
Short List: November 3 - 9
Kyle Simpson Chamber Orchestra Presents "A Trip to the Moon"
Andrew Carnegie Free Library Music Hall
Sat., Jan. 25, 7:30-9 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Bill Nye wants residents of Mars, Pa. to get a free SodaStream
By Ollie Gratzinger
How America’s new trade deal could undermine Pittsburgh’s plastics future
By Ryan Deto
Where to celebrate the Lunar New Year with authentic Chinese flavors
By Maggie Weaver
Posts from Democratic state House candidate Heather Kass reveal Trump support and opposition to Obamacare