Vol. 22, No. 14
Pitt bathroom policy surprises, outrages transgender faculty, students
Pitt's policy "assumes that people want to change their bodies, and that they can afford to."
By Chris Young
Political controversies come and go, but anti-choice protesters aren't going anywhere
"We have an anti-choice governor, anti-choice House and an anti-choice Senate. So just making a bill not be voted on is epic."
By Shane Bliss and Akasha Brandt
Harrisburg Republicans not giving up on anti-choice agenda
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
By Chris Potter
A welcoming neighborhood bar with a menu of burgers and pub grub
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
A Garden Grows in Lawrenceville
Land within Allegheny Cemetery tended by volunteers provides vegetables
North Side club mixes past and present
By Hal B. Klein
Looking toward the future of the Rust Belt with help from an antique photographic process.
Christopher McGinnis's Greenhouse 1 blooms at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.
By Robert Raczka
The artists in Factory Installed reflect a new sensibility in installation art.
Mattress Factory show furthers the ongoing saga of Duchamp's famous urinal
By Sarah Humphrey
Taking stock in the jazz world
A series of local jazz and improv shows highlight Jazz Appreciation Month
By Mike Shanley
Diamond Terrifier and Chris Corsano put new faces on improv jazz
Both play Garfield Artworks this month
Good Night, States releases its third album with a grand party
The "Grand Release Gala," as the band is calling it, will pull out all the stops.
By Andy Mulkerin
Spring Break Beat Party brings live percussion to the Rex
Don't expect that kind of breakbeat.
By Nicole Chynoweth
Critics' Picks: April 5 - 12
Local shows by Honeyhoney, The Two Man Gentleman Band, a couple of famous offspring (Anoushka Shankar and Chuchito Valdes), plus a CD release from The Whiskey Holler
The Electric Baby
The intimate production dissolves the fourth wall and shares the magic of storytelling
By Michelle Pilecki
Harvest is a comedy and a horror story, and director Hutchinson handles both adeptly
By Ted Hoover
Pittsburgh hosts U.S. premiere of work by renowned choreographers
Jiri Kylian and Michael Schumacher's Last Touch First creates a Chekhov-like narrative set in the late 19th century
By Steve Sucato
Overblown spectacle can't save this fairy-tale retread
By Al Hoff
Wrath of the Titans
This man-vs.-demigods-vs.-gods-vs.-volcano donnybrook is boring and confusing
The Salt of Life
There's little revealed in this contemplation of one middle-aged Italian man's life
By Harry Kloman
Jiro Dreams of Sushi
An engaging documentary about sushi, work and attaining perfection
The screening series spotlights the work of singular local filmmaker Brian Dean Richmond, as well as others
By Bill O'Driscoll
Lynn Cullen Live 04/04/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 04/05/12
Lynn Cullen Live 04/06/12
Lynn Cullen Live 04/09/12
Short List: April 5 - 12
St. Bernard and Our Lady of Grace Concert Series
St. Bernard Catholic Church
Sun., Nov. 17, 4-5:30 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Garfield restaurant Fish Nor Fowl's transition to pasta pays off
By Maggie Weaver
New paper details how Pittsburgh is no longer a post-industrial city
By Ryan Deto
What Have We Done tackles environmental concerns with art exhibit and workshop series
By Amanda Waltz
Aspiring film documentarian aims to become the 'Dave DiCello of film'
By Lisa Cunningham