Vol. 22, No. 29
The cost of commuting is about to go up
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Union Re-label: Organization once worked at the steel mills, can it work at UPMC?
"This fight has already been fought."
By Charlie Deitch
Clinic Trials: Abortion clinics struggle through new regulations
"This is frustrating on a good day and maddening on a bad day."
On A Roll
In Morningside, bocce is a way of life
By Abby Mendelson
This cozy inn offers incomparable atmosphere but the menu of American, German and Mexican fare is uneven
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Antney's Ice Cream, near Green Tree, offers a slate of unusual flavors
"We have 16 flavors every day, and you never know which 16 are going to show up."
Emilia Romagna brings new tech to Old World wine
"It's taking the information from the sommelier and putting it right in your hands."
By Hal B. Klein
A new venture at the Lawrenceville library offers free seeds for vegetables, herbs and flowers
Members check out seeds, and turn in new ones after the growing season
By AmyJo Brown
Weighing two redevelopment options for the same parcel of Downtown land
Either the historic building will be saved and there will be no high-rise, or it will be torn down and the skyscraper will be built
By Charles Rosenblum
By Andy Mulkerin
Punchline marks 15 years of pop-punk ups and downs
Punchline, beyond being a band, is something of a pop-punk juggernaut in Pittsburgh, an overarching brand
By Gregg Harrington
Summer Jam returns after a six-year hiatus
"Summer Jam is like the Super Bowl for hip hop and R&B."
By Margaret Welsh
Critics' Picks: June 18- 24
Local shows by Mayer Hawthorne, Yes, Blitzen Trapper and Blues Control, plus Sean Lally comes home with The Highballers
PICT launches its Chekhov Celebration
Troupe hopes to reintroduce audiences to Chekhov's comic vision
By Bill O'Driscoll
It dawns on you how much intelligence it takes to be this fluffy, yet keep you involved right up to the end.
By Ted Hoover
The company is more supple than I expected, and the material more nostalgically charming than even its creators probably imagined.
By Michelle Pilecki
Fiddler on the Roof
One of America's best musicals remains one of its most underappreciated.
By Alan W. Petrucelli
Texture Contemporary Ballet marks its second anniversary
Four of the evening's six works are premieres
By Steve Sucato
A Cat in Paris
In this animated tale, a sly cat helps perpetrate — and solve — crimes
By Al Hoff
Todd Solondz's latest is less bizarre — and less interesting — than his graphic and disturbing earlier films
By Harry Kloman
Pesticides, Tadpole Tails and You
"We are concerned about [the study results] because we and amphibians have a lot of the same hormones."
GIMP's letter in last week's column appears to have been a fake. My apologies.
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Short List: July 18 - 24
Jim Rugg, Author and Illustrator Presented by Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures
Carnegie Lecture Hall
Thu., Jan. 23, 7 p.m.
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More Lynn Cullen Live
Owners of Parker’s in Brookline have traded breakfast for booze with their latest venture
By Maggie Weaver
Pa. GOP House Speaker Mike Turzai is retiring
By Ryan Deto
ProjectArt and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh invite kids and teens to free, afterschool art classes
By Amanda Waltz
After almost closing in October, the Harris Theater is coming back in a 'reel' big way
By Hannah Lynn