Vol. 22, No. 25
On the Record with Ed Rendell
"I was clearly not a wuss."
By Charlie Deitch
Dragged into Debate: Reality-TV fame puts spotlight on Sharon Needles' controversial act
"I'm an artist and I don't ... have to answer for my work."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Nina Marie Barbuto uses art to build confidence ... and community
"It's experiential learning. People finding the tools to help themselves."
By Abby Mendelson
Just beyond Cranberry's sprawl is old-fashioned smoked barbecue
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Dream Cream Ice Cream
A pop-up venture sells ice cream and helps fund dreams
By Andy Mulkerin
Round Corner Cantina keeps its edge with new drink list
A new drink list tweaks familiar favorites
By Hal B. Klein
Wild Purveyors Eager to Open Soon
The Lawrenceville specialty food market is breaching its last hurdles
By AmyJo Brown
AIR showcases nice work by resident artists
A joint show by Abby Franzen-Sheehan and Tresa Varner complements work by Tina Brewer
By Robert Raczka
Lucero lives on the road, but stays true to Memphis
"It might sound cliché, but music is one of the things that really make this city."
By Gregg Harrington
Meet the Beagles
New Beagle Brothers album pays tribute to Buck Owens and Rocket from the Crypt
By Mike Shanley
Intro to Riffology
New Carnegie Science Center exhibit charts the history of the guitar
By Margaret Welsh
Critics' Picks: June 22 - 26
Local shows by Modest Mouse, Hallelujah the Hills, Retox and Crocodiles, plus WYEP's Summer Music Festival
On the Record with Mala
"I didn't want to make a Cuban album as such because that wouldn't be me."
By Kate Magoc
A Chorus Line
I can't remember the last time I've seen so many people onstage who can dance as well as they sing as well as they act.
By Ted Hoover
And a Nightingale Sang
Little Lake stages a comedic drama about the Blitz.
By Robert Isenberg
A Kelly-Strayhorn works-in-progress dance series showcases a wide range of choreographers and companies
East Liberty LIVE! dance component begins with Rhode Island's Lostwax
By Steve Sucato
Rock of Ages
Adam Shankman's bloated but cheap-looking spectacle celebrating '80s rock is adapted from the Broadway hit
By Al Hoff
Hirokazu Koreeda's minimalist drama is an affectionate slice of middle-class Japanese life
By Harry Kloman
Gerard Richter Painting
A documentary captures the German expressionist painter at work
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
The final days will still offer slightly quirky rom-coms
That's My Boy
Adam Sandler gleefully hits a bunch of new lows in his R-rated comedy
Comedian Ron Placone takes on media manipulation in his new one-man show.
Madness in the Message deconstructs the news.
By Bill O'Driscoll
State program to preserve farmland in jeopardy
Lynn Cullen Live 06/20/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 06/21/12
Lynn Cullen Live 06/22/12
Lynn Cullen Live 06/26/12
New Trailer - The Dark Knight Rises
Short List: June 20 - 27
Kyle Simpson Chamber Orchestra Presents "A Trip to the Moon"
Andrew Carnegie Free Library Music Hall
Sat., Jan. 25, 7:30-9 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Bill Nye wants residents of Mars, Pa. to get a free SodaStream
By Ollie Gratzinger
How America’s new trade deal could undermine Pittsburgh’s plastics future
By Ryan Deto
Where to celebrate the Lunar New Year with authentic Chinese flavors
By Maggie Weaver
Posts from Democratic state House candidate Heather Kass reveal Trump support and opposition to Obamacare