Vol. 22, No. 18
The Greening of Larimer: Community's future depends on reusing remnants of its past
"I think the vision plan is very bold"
By Bill O'Driscoll
School Bust: PAT cuts will sharply impact student riders
"It's a double-edged sword: less routes and more money."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Pro wrestling honors a local legend
By Charlie Deitch
Union Pig and Chicken
East Liberty's latest dining hot-spot is expertly prepared barbecue
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Any Given Sundae
A Wexford shop proves that ice cream and sports are a great mix
JG's Tarentum Station Grille the place for local history ... and current events
"We've had a lot of political candidates have meetings here because of its character."
By Hal B. Klein
Future Tenant hosts the sharp and engaging Broken Slogan
For these artists, sourcing, alteration and recoding are a way of asserting oneself while navigating the words and images flooding our culture.
By Robert Raczka
Photographer Arne Svenson takes an imaginative tack to explore childhood autism.
If one symptom of autism is a flat expression and no eye contact, then why not try to connect the subject to an emotion?
By Robert Isenberg
Sports Metaphors goes for the gold
Imagine Weezer dubbed onto a cassette, played on a tape deck that's out of calibration.
By Andy Mulkerin
Jenesis Magazine reps Pittsburgh while expanding into the national market
"When everybody thinks of Jenesis, they say, 'Oh, Jenesis, from Pittsburgh.'"
Critics' Picks: May 3 - 8
Local shows by Suckers, Kalob Griffin, The GrandMothers of Invention, St. Vincent and Angela Easterling
On the Record with Steve Sciulli
"Kraftwerk is my daddy!"
Space Exchange gives some local musicians a weekly workout
While the event allows each musician to experiment with his individual projects, they want to deviate from a jam-session vibe.
By Nicole Chynoweth
The characters are more archetypes than persons, the intertwining of racial and sexual politics in a series of riveting monologues.
By Michelle Pilecki
POP!, a surreal musical take on the shooting of Andy Warhol, comes to City Theatre
"This is what happens if someone turns other people into art, or if the only way they love other people is if they're art."
Director Gregory Lehane has put together a very sharp and brisk production, but at its core, there's something missing.
By Ted Hoover
The Five-Year Engagement
A slim premise and uneven tone drag this romantic comedy into dullsville.
By Al Hoff
A slightly off-beat coming-of-age dramedy set in New Zealand
Pittsburgh Re-Animated at Film Kitchen
Doug Cooper's short film "Pinburgh" highlights the monthly film-screening series
Damsels in Distress
A stylized comedy set on a fictional college campus may charm or annoy
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Listen to the voters? Why bother?
By Chris Potter
We don't know why a person has this, that or the other kink. But it probably has to do with how your brain makes abstract and sometimes seemingly random connections.
Short List: May 3 - 9
The Flippin' Circus Presents: Feathered Fooliage!
Braddock Carnegie Library
Sun., Oct. 20, 5-7:45 p.m.
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More Lynn Cullen Live
Roll the dice on Mana Boardgame Tavern in the North Side
By Amanda Waltz
Finding the freedom to 'f*ck like an animal'
By Jessie Sage
Gab, social media site that helped radicalize Tree of Life shooter, is on its last legs, according to AG
By Ryan Deto
31 Days of the Undead: The Dead
By Al Hoff