Vol. 21, No. 48
Bad Form? -- Onerous paperwork could leave many with HIV without services
"Staff will spend significantly more time helping patients gather information and tracking down information from medical providers, and that will reduce their availability to actually provide the care."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
On the Record With Anthony Silvestre, co-investigator of the Pitt Men's Study
By Charlie Deitch
The Wine Loft
A well-curated wine list and an expanded menu make this a convivial spot for socializing
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Eichner's Farm Market
A family farm has kept Pittsburghers in fresh eggs for generations
Beer cocktails offer a different kind of hybrid
By Hal B. Klein
The Miller Gallery lends the Pittsburgh Biennial a collaborative edge.
To see Transformazium's work is to imagine not these bricks, but the ideas, hopes and dreams of Braddock's residents as worthwhile.
By Justin Hopper
Excerpt from The Torah Garden
A poem by Philip Terman
Yves Jean hopes for the best
Recording in L.A., he says, was like "going on a date with a woman who only wants to date wealthy guys. At first you're like, I got this,' and then you check your bank account."
By Margaret Welsh
Gene the Werewolf returns with a new plan of attack
"We kind of just hit our stride and realized where we are as people and as this band, and it's really worked out well."
By Andy Mulkerin
Critics' Picks: December 1 - 7
Local shows by Raul Malo, Kyuss Lives! and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah; a homecoming for Parry Adams; and a screening of a film about KARP
Dallas Green focuses full-time on City and Colour
"I'm quite happy and jovial and I like to think I am very funny."
By Nick Keppler
On the Record with Claire Evans of YACHT
"We believe in free information and free software; we believe in extraterrestrial life; we believe in universal self-empowerment."
Two local stage artists retool Waiting for Godot from a contemporary female perspective.
Fat Beckett premieres courtesy of Quantum Theatre.
By Bill O'Driscoll
Theatre Festival in Black & White
Subtlety is not the festival's long suit this year.
By Michelle Pilecki
Defending the Caveman
Writer Rob Becker is definitely one of the "good guys," and he's all about uniting rather than dividing.
By Ted Hoover
Choreographer Staycee Pearl interprets the work of lauded science-fiction writer Octavia Butler.
"Her work is so rich it begged to be told through dance."
By Steve Sucato
The Skin I Live In
Pedro Almodóvar's latest is beautifully filmed, but contrived, superficial and tedious.
By Harry Kloman
Into the Abyss
A tranquil and poignant documentary about the life, crimes and eventual state execution of a young Texas man
Viewers can revel in its melancholy joy, which revolves around the immutable pleasure of watching movies
You probably don't hear this from conservative Christian Republicans very often, but thank you for saving my marriage.
Short List: December 1 - 8
World congress on Psychiatry Psychology and Mental Health
Thu., Nov. 21, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Sister Epic brings colorful cowhides and other luxurious leather goods to Pittsburgh fashion scene
By Amanda Waltz
The Empty Space Project melds live music with construction sites
By Jordan Snowden
Hey, Artists. This is what a gallery owner wants to see
By Lissa Brennan
Pittsburgh region’s manufacturing employment at lowest point in modern history
By Ryan Deto