Vol. 22, No. 10
Political campaigns of Ravenstahl, other officials reveal unusual expenses
Ravenstahl campaign has spent thousands of dollars on country-club dues, along with trips to the Super Bowl and Paris
By Chris Young
Taxed Property: Proponents say improvement district would give South Side needed extra services
"The city has been clear that we aren't getting any more services than what we have now"
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Hard lessons, and occasional rewards, in an after-school work-study program.
By Mackenzie Evan Smith
The former Iovino's in Mount Lebanon offers a new menu seems a near-perfect distillation of tasty, trendy and traditional
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
A taco wagon brings Mexican food to the Strip District, and other spots around town
By Charlie Deitch
Less is more at Union Pig and Chicken
The cocktail list includes a solitary entry: Rock and Rye.
By Hal B. Klein
An exhibit at the August Wilson Center showcases artwork from "Affrilachia."
African-American roots in Appalachia are explored in sculpture, painting and more.
By Nadine Wasserman
by Nancy Krygowski
A Talk with The Composure
The pop-punk band readies its latest release.
By Nicole Chynoweth
Anti-Flag slows the pace, prepares for next strike
In a strange way, it was perhaps fortuitous that just as Anti-Flag was hitting its stride, George W. Bush was elected to office.
By Andy Mulkerin
Sunstar Music Series keeps spirit of biennial festival alive
The series kicks off this weekend with a show headlined by DJ Kalkutta
New releases from Sun Ray, Shining Light; The Deceptions; and Surrounded by Mice
Local shows by Habibi, Conspirator, No Age and Eisley
Playwright Roger Rueff upends expectations not only about where his play is going but also about who his characters are.
By Michelle Pilecki
And Baby Makes Seven
Director Linda Haston's fast pace focuses on playing it big and loud, more for comedy than depth.
By Gordon Spencer
The Pirates of Penzance
This is a production about swords. Swords and endless mugging.
By Ted Hoover
Four notable choreographers are showcased in Dynamic Women of Dance
August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble hosts Sidra Bell and others
By Steve Sucato
In a U.S. premiere, Pittsburgh Ballet stages a notable ballet version of A Streetcar Named Desire
"Blanche is probably the most complex character I have encountered in dance."
A mega-budget adaptation of the Edgar Rice Burroughs' sci-fi serial is clunky and unnecessarily confusing
By Al Hoff
The monthly screening series of short local and indie films offers works from three filmmakers
By Bill O'Driscoll
Friends With Kids
One couple thinks they've solved the kids-ruin-romance dilemma
Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie
You likely already know if you want to see this anti-comedy "masterpiece"
Lynn Cullen Live 03/13/12
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Maybe leading Republicans do hate women
By Chris Potter
Mandatory reporting policies may be making children less safe.
TPlus - Taking a Ride - CP TV
Short List: March 8 - 13
Oak Ridge Boys Christmas Show
The Palace Theatre
Fri., Dec. 6, 7:30-10:30 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Workers at LGBTQ service center Persad vote to unionize with United Steelworkers
By Ryan Deto
Pa. Treasurer Joe Torsella renews calls for Mark Zuckerberg’s ouster as Facebook board chair
Where do Allegheny County’s elected officials stand on the fight over fracking and cracker plants?
Pittsburgh Holiday Market Spotlight: Dawn Wallhausen of Dawn Glassworks
By Amanda Waltz