Vol. 22, No. 21
Getting the Shaft: Despite PNC's promise to cut support for mountaintop mining, activists say it's business as usual
"Are they putting any less money into it? Not that we've seen."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
2012 Summer Guide
Fairs, Festivals+Special Events
Charging Document: DA declines cop prosecution in Miles case, but inclined to release expert report
By Charlie Deitch
Deep Blue Double-Barrel Justice
A poem by Jimmy Cvetic
Korean tacos and a worthy menu that presents pan-Asian cuisine in a distinctive way
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
A new coffeshop in Regent Square offers beverages – and a global perspective
Dreadnought Wines evangelizes for good taste
"It's all about trying different things without putting up a pretense."
By Hal B. Klein
Downtown, Seward Johnson's sculptures turn heads without changing minds
Johnson's sculptures reflect the worst of what public art has increasingly become.
By Nadine Wasserman
Girls 'N' Guns aims to please
Nieborg and Mulder's still lifes are arranged with an eye to their destruction
By Robert Raczka
Indie fashion designers go pop-up in Lawrenceville
"Owning my own line has taught me so much more than just creating lines for others ever could."
By Alicia Krupa
Akrasia picks up the slack after a decade of on-and-off music-making
"I took this year-long lost weekend as a chance to be prolific."
By Nick Keppler
There's much more to Stephanie Nilles than gleeful vulgarity.
By Aaron Jentzen
Monalloh Foundry helps musicians cross the rivers
"Playing for the same group is kind of a bummer after a couple months."
By Margaret Welsh
New local releases from Emily Pinkerton, Inkwizitive, Adam Sivitz
By Andy Mulkerin
Critics' Picks: May 24 - 29
Local shows by Action Bronson, Ben Folds, Capsula and Michael Franti and Spearhead, plus a curtain call for The Slow Reel and Nik and the Central Plains
By Gregg Harrington and Andy Mulkerin
Drama about military pilots' wives can't quite take off.
By Ted Hoover
This Earth-vs.-alien actioner misses the target
By Al Hoff
We Have a Pope
There's a new head of the Catholic Church, and he's panicking, in this Italian dramedy
By Harry Kloman
A comedy based on true events about a really nice funeral director in small-town Texas
God Bless America
Our culture is a mess, and one man with a gun is going to fix it, in this dark comedy
The Sound of My Voice
Things get complicate when a couple goes undercover in a cult
Lynn Cullen Live 05/23/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 05/24/12
Lynn Cullen Live 05/25/12
Lynn Cullen Live 05/29/12
Most confident, sexually active adults can point to an early experience that went too far, too fast.
For the arts, opera brouhaha raises tough questions
By Chris Potter
JIM KRENN "aLIVE" | Sizzle
Short List: May 23 - May 30
Wayne Hoffman: Mind Candy
Hillman Center for Performing Arts
Sat., Oct. 19, 7:30-9 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Roll the dice on Mana Boardgame Tavern in the North Side
By Amanda Waltz
Bike Pittsburgh counted 123 vehicles parked in city bike lanes yesterday
By Ryan Deto
Solving the mystery of the swarming birds of ALCOSAN
SEIU Healthcare labor union endorses independent DA candidate Lisa Middleman
By Elise Lavallee