Vol. 22, No. 1
Dollar Dance: State's stance on same-sex marriage doesn't make social or fiscal sense
"There are plenty of other controversial areas the state isn't afraid to cash in on, like casinos and Marcellus Shale drilling."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
On the Record with Doug Shields: One last debate with city council's most outspoken member
"People often gave me a hard time ... about six-hour council meetings, but I loved them."
By Charlie Deitch
Your Millage May Vary
Despite the hype, tax reassessment may lower your bills
By Chris Potter
What They Ate
Browsing vintage community recipe books provides a look at how and what folks really ate
By Al Hoff
A new restaurant offers the bold flavors and confident preparations of classic Portuguese cuisine
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
At Braddock's Street Side, Kevin White extols the virtues of whiskey
"Some people want to talk about it, some people don't."
By Hal B. Klein
A local artist's project with a ventriloquist dummy culminates in a public ChatRoulette performance.
"If people can get past the realization that there's a dummy in the screen, then they actually play along and mimic his movements."
By Amy Kuhre
The PCA's Artist of the Year show both delights and disappoints.
Jon Rubin offers one wonderful video work and two that fail to engage.
By Robert Isenberg
The Associated Artists' 101st Annual effectively mixes craft and fine-art work, and blends of the two.
The show ranges from abstract painting to a porcelain tea set.
By Bill O'Driscoll
Pittsburgh gets a new women-centered book festival.
"If they're writing the books women stay up late reading, we want 'em."
By Bethany Hensel
1,2,3 makes plans for 2012
New Heaven was essentially an album in the works for the better part of a decade, but it doesn't have the feel of an odds-and-ends collection.
By Patrick Bowman
Kim Phuc issues first full-length on Iron Lung Records
Copsucker was seven years in the making
By Andy Mulkerin
New releases from These Three Words, Household Stories, and DT and Some Shakers
Critics' Picks: January 5 - 7
Local shows by Zvoov, Red Wanting Blue and Teeel, plus a release show by Horse or Cycle
By Andy Mulkerin and Kate Magoc
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
An engrossing thriller, set amid the gloom of the Cold War
By Harry Kloman
A film about homeland and identity is among the selections of short works at the monthly series
We Were Here
An affecting documentary about how AIDS forged a community in the early 1980s
Lynn Cullen Live 01/04/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 01/05/12
Lynn Cullen Live 01/06/12
Lynn Cullen Live 01/09/12
Lynn Cullen Live 01/10/12
Ellsworth Avenue, Shadyside
Hector, a Ventriloquist Dummy
Short List: January 5 - 12
Wed., Nov. 20, 7-11 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette journalists union issues 'no confidence' vote to management
By Ryan Deto
Pre-natal Down syndrome abortion bill, mandated fetal burial law clear Pa. legislature
By Hannah Lynn
Eat together: Pittsburgh gets its first taste of Lao cuisine with KIIN in Squirrel Hill
By Maggie Weaver
UPDATE: Black transgender woman Elisha Stanley's death ruled accidental by county
By Elise Lavallee