Vol. 22, No. 4
Vanishing ACCESS: Massive cuts planned for county's paratransit service
"It's going to be like being on house arrest."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Policy questions: Miles lawsuit raises issues about city's undercover units
"You're asking for trouble if you're sending officers out there looking for guns and drugs without any guidance."
By Chris Young
Taking a Second Look: Is the high-profile case against SCI Pittsburgh guards weaker than it seems?
"This case sounds like it comes down to a question of who do you believe."
By Matt Stroud
By Chris Potter
Poor Richard's Wexford Alehouse
This Wexford bar and restaurant delivers top-notch version of pub grub
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Soup For You
Delivering vegan soup — for lunch, and community
By Bill O'Driscoll
Draai Laag: The new brewery with an old-school approach
"People think it's about the hops. It's all about the yeast."
By Hal B. Klein
Ten More Years on Penn addresses the ups and downs of arts-based gentrification.
A Pittsburgh Glass Center exhibit explores the effects of the redevelopment the center helped spark.
In The Torah Garden, poet Philip Terman finds a place worth staying
Terman arrives, in convincing moments, at something rarely well expressed in poetry: earned peace with a measure of joy.
By Mike Schneider
Stewart O'Nan's new novel is a funny, touching portrait of a marriage on the brink
A bankrupt couple travels to Niagara Falls in the comic novel The Odds: A Love Story.
In My Old West
A poem by Celeste Gainey
East Liberty Quarters revives electro-boogie
Three vets of the hip-hop scene team up to play "future funk"
By Andy Mulkerin
Atlanta-based Rotating Souls Records keeps a Pittsburgh heart
Owner Curt Jackson moved south in 2007, but preserves his local ties
Critics' Picks: January 27 - 29
Local shows by False Icons, Yellow Dubmarine and Gardening, Not Architecture, plus a CD-release show by Of an Empire.
On the Record with Nicolay
The multi-instrumentalist and producer discusses his new jazz record.
By Kate Magoc
Bach to the Future
Bach Choir of Pittsburgh takes a novel approach to the Baroque master
By Margaret Welsh
Through the Night
Daniel Beaty mesmerizes in his one-man show
By Ted Hoover
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
A Kuntu production of the August Wilson classic wasn't ready to open
By Alan W. Petrucelli
This reputed actioner is talk-talk-run-talk, punctuated by its star beating the hell out of some guy
By Al Hoff
Gentle drama about a 19th-century Irishwoman who lives life as a man
A Dangerous Method
A well-produced, if dull, drama about the friendship – and later feud – between Freud and Jung
Man on a Ledge
Preposterous comedy-thriller offers some entertainment
WWII action-drama about Tuskegee Airmen doesn't quite soar
Coming off the road proves bumpy for a fired roadie
Highland Park reservoir
Lynn Cullen Live 01/25/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 01/26/12
Lynn Cullen Live 01/27/12
Lynn Cullen Live 01/30/12
Lynn Cullen Live 01/31/12
East Liberty Quarters - CP TV
Short List: January 26 - 31
Beef Honey Comedy Show
Richard Vaux Masonic Hall
Sat., Jan. 18, 7-9:30 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
A dearth of flavor and underwhelming menu leaves little to recommend from newest Big Burrito concept
By Maggie Weaver
The displacement of Anthony Hardison from his Lawrenceville apartment is a microcosm of a neighborhood epidemic
By Ryan Deto
Know the score: legendary composer John Williams (Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter) coming to Pittsburgh
By Hannah Lynn
Premiere: Members of 1,2,3 form new band, Animal Scream, and release first single
By Alex Gordon