Vol. 22, No. 32
Activist and painter Donald Moffett's boundary-defying work intrigues at The Warhol
Exhibit showcases both his political edge and his formal innovations
By Nadine Wasserman
Dangerous Ride: Activists, city spring into action after recent spate of car-bike accidents
"It was our worst week, in terms of crashes, in 10 years."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Meals on Wheels: Pittsburgh's food truck community is growing despite regulations meant to keep it at bay
"I think Pittsburghers are ready for it and want it."
By AmyJo Brown
Battered and Bruised
The beating Jordan Miles took in court may take longer to heal
By Charlie Deitch
Boyd & Blair unveils professional-grade spirit
Local distiller appeals to local mixologists who want to make their own bitters.
By Hal B. Klein
Industry Public House
Lawrenceville's Industry offers the capacity for good food, served in a comfortable postindustrially-themed space
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Saxonburg's Frankferd Farm offers "solar-powered flour"
The sun makes grain grow ... and powers the mill
By Chris Potter
Restaurant Week gives diners reasons to check out new-to-them venues
A local food blogger converts his passion for food into a community event.
Author and educator uses history and hip hop to change minds
Steve Johnson draws on everything from ancient Africa to Dead Prez
By Bill O'Driscoll
[In which I am informed of my identity]
City Dwelling Nature Seekers go from pizza gigs to touring
"That weekly thing brought us the revelation that we really liked playing live together."
By Nick Keppler
Rock All Night brings Lawrenceville free music — all day, and into the night
"Lawrenceville United said, 'Well, why don't you try the cemetery?' And I thought, 'Oh, what band does not want to play in the cemetery?'"
By Andy Mulkerin
Making a scene ... on the web
ThePittsburghScene isn't specific to one or two genres — just one or two area codes
New releases from Polish Hill Strangler, Charm & Chain, composer William Thomas McKinley and Brett Staggs
Critics' Picks: August 8 - 14
Local shows Pat Metheny, Trombone Shorty, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, and Band of Skulls, plus a reunion for Once Nothing, and the departure of Mary Mack
The Golden Dragon
Eccentric as it is, every arty choice in Quantum's show has purpose, and the personal becomes so political it hurts.
By Robert Isenberg
STRATA is probably the most ambitious theater event in local history.
Bricolage's show is part play, part interactive installation art — for starters.
reasons to be pretty
The problem with playwright Neil LaBute is that it's impossible to take him seriously.
By Ted Hoover
If you can stand Nikolay's morose monologues, Ivanov is surprisingly funny.
The globe-trotting Pittsburgh Ballet stages its annual free outdoor show at Hartwood Acres.
Israeli tour, new featured dancers are among the troupe's summer highlights
By Steve Sucato
Despite amusing dystopic trappings, this actioner doesn't leave an impression
By Al Hoff
A winsome Argentine comedy about a grumpy man who takes in a Chinese refugee
Ride along as an older married couple goes through counseling and "sexercises"
A quirky rom-com that also offers a mild critique of the quirky rom-come genre
This Is Not a Film
A dispatch about artistic freedom from inside the home of censored Iranian filmmaker Jafa Panahi
A case of mistaken identity
Courtroom testimony proves voter ID isn't an effort to hurt Democrats. It's worse that that.
Lots of straight boys have crushes on their friends' mothers. It's a fantasy that fuels entire porn genres.
Lynn Cullen Live 08/08/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 08/09/12
Lynn Cullen Live 08/14/12
Short List: August 8 - 14
By Mars Johnson
Big screen, little lies: Pittsburgh is being gaslit about IMAX theaters
By Rachel Wilkinson
Drink and be merry at these Pittsburgh holiday pop-up bars
By Amanda Waltz
Now Hiring in Pittsburgh: Marijuana Dispensary Associate, Tattoo Artist, Baker, and more
By Morgan Biddle
Whimsical Christmas cocktails, a soup surprise, extra cozy coffee, and more Pittsburgh food news
By Ali Trachta