Vol. 22, No. 24
Second shot: Gun lobby taking aim at local firearm ordinances
"You don't give one single special-interest group a special set of rules for how to use Pennsylvania courts."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Wealth and Welfare: As budget ax prepares to fall on social services, big business gets a hand up
"I think it shows very clearly what the priorities of this administration are."
By Charlie Deitch
Out in the Streets
From Pridefest to the Pride Awareness march, LGBT Pittsburghers and supporters celebrated their city, and each other.
A new Japanese restaurant goes beyond sushi, offering entrees drawn from the menus of the lunch counters, train stations and family kitchens
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
For more than 43 years, this North Side spot has offered "Riblicious Spare Ribs & Chicken"
By Bill O'Driscoll
A family-owned winemaker joins the Strip District's mix
"We wanted to be in the middle of things."
By Hal B. Klein
Author Kirk Savage discusses the politics and history of Washington's monuments.
Controversies over monuments like the Vietnam Veterans' Memorial are the rule, not the exception.
By Charles Rosenblum
Ley Line takes a novel approach to one of Pittsburghers' favorite subjects: Pittsburgh.
Charting Oakland less like a map, more like a poetic natural history.
By Robert Raczka
Noise rockers Microwaves return with a fourth full-length
The album is both a noisy, visceral trip and a technical feat
By Andy Mulkerin
Of Montreal keeps it eccentric
What results is a delightful mélange of complex pop arrangements, androgynous glam-rock fashion, ninja tumbling passes and occasional forays into mock Greek orgies and pig sacrifices
By Allie Goolrick
CP's Sounding Board series returns
Triggers, Tracksploitation and Bluebird Midwest play the June 14 show
New releases from Brandon Locher, The Nancy McKeen Bluz Machine and The Nied's Hotel Band
Critics' Picks: June 15 - 19
Local shows by Snarky Puppy, Santigold, The Bynars, Childish Gambino and The Weeknd
By Gregg Harrington, Andy Mulkerin and Margaret Welsh
Shakespeare in the Raw
It's really Shakespeare Without a Net
By Michelle Pilecki
Book of Tricks
Alex Galatic's clearly a writer of enormous potential
The House of Blue Leaves
The 1971 comedy still offers laughs and bitter insights
Ridley Scott's prequel to Alien goes mildly into deep dark space
By Al Hoff
An engaging doc about young ballet dancers is both inspiring and a little troubling.
Beyond the Black Rainbow
A film seemingly inspired by the most obtuse sequences from 2001, Solaris, TX1138 and other 1960s and '70s sci-fi think-pieces
The Extraordinary Voyage with A Trip to the Moon
A doc recounting the making and influence of Melies' 1902 film "A Trip to the Moon"
A period rom-com about the English doctor who invents the vibrator
Guy Maddin's new film has plenty of style, but not much coherence
By Harry Kloman
Lynn Cullen Live 06/13/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 06/14/12
Lynn Cullen Live 06/15/12
Lynn Cullen Live 06/18/12
Lynn Cullen Live 06/19/12
As public schools suffer, big tax breaks for private education
By Chris Potter
Short List: June 14 - June 21
By Andy Tybout and Bill O'Driscoll
New doTERRA product Make and Take class
Aspect Life Coaching & Serenity Center
Thu., Nov. 21, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Sister Epic brings colorful cowhides and other luxurious leather goods to Pittsburgh fashion scene
By Amanda Waltz
Hey, Artists. This is what a gallery owner wants to see
By Lissa Brennan
Pittsburgh region’s manufacturing employment at lowest point in modern history
By Ryan Deto
Module to commence ground-breaking on mixed-income housing development in Garfield