Vol. 21, No. 45
Occupational Hazards: Occupy Pittsburgh has been making it easy for everyone ... except the Occupiers themselves
"If we're oppressing ourselves, there's no need to oppress us."
By Chris Potter
Food for Thought
How I became a supporter of Occupy Pittsburgh
By Anjali Sachdeva
We celebrate those who beat cancer ... but ignore efforts to prevent it
By Bill O'Driscoll
Palazzo 1837 Ristorante
A restored mansion provides a charming setting for fine dining
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Dates and Bacon
A simple, but sophisticated, appetizer for the holiday season
Distilled Waters Run Deep
Wigle Whiskey continues region's proud liquor heritage
By Hal B. Klein
By listening to the artists, we're proving their unwritten point.
By Robert Isenberg
A show of manipulated photos explores the toll of domestic abuse.
"If it didn't make me cry we didn't show it."
By Nick Keppler
SolSis works to "take the game back" for women in hip hop
"I am completely exasperated with boys' clubs and all of that shit."
By Kate Magoc
Mace Ballard releases book-smart debut full-length
How many other pop-punk records reference Antiques Roadshow
By Andy Mulkerin
Critics' Picks: November 10 - 12
Levi's brings big-name indie acts to Braddock, plus, rock meets physics at Howlers and local shows from Tokyo Police Club, Julian Velard and Prince Rama.
Summer-Winter releases second album
O'Hara pops up every couple of years to drop a beautiful, understated alt-folk album, then disappears again.
Dan Koshute creates glam-rock band Dazzletine
Dazzletine spun out of Koshute's vibrant solo work to become a project much bigger, louder and substantial than he initially imagined.
By Patrick Bowman
Boca Chica returns with a new full-length of sweet and sometimes ghostly folk
Think indie charm meets old-school grit
Local hardcore punks Heartless release full-length on Southern Lord
"I feel like Greg is a little out of his comfort zone with putting out this record."
By Gregg Harrington
The Scarlet Letter
While this isn't a strict re-telling of Hawthorne, it does work as theater.
By Michelle Pilecki
It's an evening of arbitrary, maddening choices made with either theatrical ignorance or arrogance.
By Ted Hoover
Nuts is a dogmatic play, and playwright Torpor's anti-establishment agenda is blatant from Act 1.
Back from Paris, The Pillow Project tries out some new moves.
"The dancers will be treating their bodies not as an instrument of dance but as an instrument of music."
By Steve Sucato
Three Rivers Film Festival
The 30th annual film festival continues at area theaters.
By Al Hoff
Martha Marcy May Marlene
By Harry Kloman
"It really jumps out at you, and it's a whole new way of looking at the house."
A working-man's revenge fantasia is pretty dumbed down
Short List: November 10 - 13
Hellogoodbye, Jay Caulfield, heyohwell
Mon., Dec. 16, 6:30 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Ranking the things people cheered for at Pittsburgh’s presidential forum
By Ryan Deto
The Andy Warhol Museum's holiday cookies are worthy of 15 minutes of fame
By Lisa Cunningham
Pittsburgh is on some terribly stupid 'best of' lists. Let's dissect them
By Josh Oswald
Hambone's reopened after paying over $13,000 in delinquent drink taxes
By Amanda Waltz