Vol. 22, No. 11
Herbalist Moirin Reynolds brews teas, tinctures ... and good feelings
"I like the idea of people coming together and taking these little steps."
By Abby Mendelson
Activist taking on street violence with a plan — and a gun
"We cannot wait on government anymore."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
An ambitious restaurant replaces a parking lot at Schenley Plaza
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Fishes and Loaves
A buying club helps solve the problem of living in a supermarket-less community
By Bill O'Driscoll
Gene's Place has been part of Oakland's DNA for years
"I'm probably the only bar in Allegheny County that has Stoney's on tap."
By Hal B. Klein
Photography show at the Carnegie mixes nine distinct perspectives on Downtown with some historic ones.
Picturing the City covers much ground — but could have highlighted individual artists more.
By Leo Hsu
Talking with author, blogger and small-press advocate Karen Lillis about her new novel.
"The narrator is trying to write a biography, but a relationship novel is sneaking in there."
Bear In Heaven is back and it's cool
"We're trying to make music that is fun and not too heady — but still is heady."
By Andy Mulkerin
Grimes brings post-Internet jams to Brillobox
Claire Boucher enthusiastically inhabits her unpretentious outsider status
By Patrick Bowman
Introducing City Paper's Sounding Board concert series
The first event features Dazzletine, SolSis and Host Skull
New releases from Invader, Gangwish, Several Conclusions and Mo Nelson Band.
Critics' Picks: March 16 - 22
Local shows by John K. Samson, I Am the Avalanche and Kimya Dawson, plus a Friday Gene the Werewolf/Bear Cub bill and Bastard Bearded Irishmen for the holiday
By Andy Mulkerin and Nicole Chynoweth
Freud's Last Session
Mark St. Germain is a smart, funny playwright who can spin out reams of entertaining chatter
By Ted Hoover
The 39 Steps
It all looks as if director Mark Calla and his actors have heaps of fun
By Gordon Spencer
LaRoche College's small but ambitious dance program offers its Spring Gala
"The piece is really about dance and what dance can say and how the dancers motivate the action."
By Steve Sucato
The annual festival offers nearly two dozen films from Israel and around the world representing Jewish experiences from the comic and dramatic to the inspirational.
By Al Hoff
A famed documentarian captures life at a well-known Paris nightclub
By Harry Kloman
Lynn Cullen Live 03/20/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 03/14/12
Lynn Cullen Live 03/15/12
Lynn Cullen Live 03/16/12
Lynn Cullen Live 03/19/12
Surprise! Turns out all the GOP knows how to do is wage war on women.
Voter ID an obvious, costly ploy
By Chris Potter
Short List: March 16 - 22
Merauder, Leeway, Facewreck
Tue., Nov. 12, 7-10 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Can we please talk about this ridiculous sprawling mansion in Gibsonia?
By Amanda Waltz
Breakfast egg rolls and adobo pot pie: Lola's Eatery brings Mexican and Filipino flavors to brunch
By Maggie Weaver
Interactive Recycling Resource Map launched for Allegheny County
Defining Pittsburgh-style pizza: Saucy, strong, and potent enough for our rusty palates
By Josh Oswald