Vol. 22, No. 6
Lesson Plan: SEIU educating about ‘dangers' of for-profit colleges
"Simply don't talk to them because it's not a good deal."
By Charlie Deitch
Money Shot: State gun law could cost local municipalities
"The borough would be penalized for trying to make the streets safer."
By Chris Young
On the Record with Pittsburgh City Councilor Bill Peduto
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
The Long Goodbye: Holdouts remain at Occupy Camp long past eviction deadline
"The symbol isn't 100 percent necessary anymore."
A new venture in Garfield offers Mexican-inspired cuisine
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Crested Duck Charcuterie
The artisanal meat-and-cheese purveyors open a deli
99 Bottles opens new possibilities in an overlooked beer market
"You'd think this would maybe be in Shadyside, but it's here in Carnegie."
By Hal B. Klein
These Things I See in the Windshield
Victor Villarreal, guitar whisperer
Cap'n Jazz guitarist returns with solo project after a stint as a dog trainer
By Andrew McKeon
Allen Stone brings contemporary blue-eyed soul to Stage AE
His self-titled second album may be the catapult that the still-unsigned singer needs to ensure a long and lauded career.
By Cassandra Quinn
FAWM challenges songwriters to up their output in February
Founder Burr Settles mixes songwriting and machine learning
By Andy Mulkerin
Critics' Picks: February 10 - 15
Local shows by Blind Pilot, Jill Sobule and Every Avenue, plus DuoFest at Roboto and Trey Anastasio plays with the PSO
By Nicole Chynoweth and Andy Mulkerin
On the Record with Cassadee Pope
The Hey Monday singer talks about going solo.
By Nicole Chynoweth
The Gammage Project revisits an infamous case.
An ambitious new play re-examines the wrenching 1995 story of Jonny Gammage, a black man who died in the custody of white police.
By Bill O'Driscoll
How Mid-Strut became anything more than a no-budget web series is beyond comprehension
By Robert Isenberg
Billy Elliot is a glorious example of how theater can tell a story
By Ted Hoover
Why I'm Scared of Dance
Jennifer Childs can mock "dance" and all her hang-ups without making a fool of herself and providing some applause-worthy entertainment.
By Michelle Pilecki
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's Uncommon
The PBT delivers an aesthetically diverse and absolutely brilliant repertory program
By Steve Sucato
With a new exhibit at the Carnegie, famed architect Maya Lin keeps pushing boundaries
The woman who designed the Vietnam Memorial continues working to merge landscape and artifact
By Charles Rosenblum
Oscar-Nominated Short Films
See all 10 of the live-action and animated short films nominated for a 2012 Academy Award
By Harry Kloman
This month's program of local films includes the art of campaign promos, visits to Warhol's grave and youthful Jewish secret agent
Is there a ghost in the old hotel? Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaybe.
By Al Hoff
Sing Your Song
A bio-doc about singer and activist Harry Belafonte has trouble hitting all the notes
The Woman in Black
Plenty of atmosphere, but not much story, in this period ghost thriller
Lynn Cullen Live 02/08/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 02/09/12
Lynn Cullen Live 02/10/12
Lynn Cullen Live 02/13/12
Lynn Cullen Live 02/14/12
Two guys beating off in a hotel room? Sounds pretty gay to me.
Gammage Project - CP TV
Short List: February 9 - 15
Sagittarium: Art is Magick
Fri., Nov. 15, 7-11 p.m. and Sat., Nov. 16, 1-11 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Introducing Pittsburgh Record Label Roundup: The diverse and plentiful selection of the city's record labels
By Jordan Snowden
Plasmid draws inspiration from a parenting book for its latest release, Hot Dog People
Can we please talk about this ridiculous sprawling mansion in Gibsonia?
By Amanda Waltz
Aspiring film documentarian aims to become the 'Dave DiCello of film'
By Lisa Cunningham