Vol. 22, No. 36
Blurring the Lines: Pa. redistricting wreaks havoc on city's black neighborhoods
"If your vote doesn't matter, why are they trying to steal it?"
By Charlie Deitch
The North Side ponders a change of name — and direction
"People are trying to make sure the community doesn't turn into a Carson Street."
By AmyJo Brown
The North Side has a new eatery, Eco Bistro in the Allegheny Center Mall
This breakfast-and-lunch spot tries to do right by the environment
By Bill O'Driscoll
Squirrel Hill's latest Thai restaurant is Curry on Murray
The menu features your favorite dishes as well as a few surprises
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Local breweries offer chance to taste fresh hops — if you act fast
"It's the most ridiculous beer we brew all year."
By Hal B. Klein
North Side's Brix pizza restaurant to re-open as Benjamins, a bar and burger joint
Problems with a wood-fired oven — and city code — led to the change
The Man From Earth
South Park has taken an incredible gamble, but the heady script more than pays off.
By Robert Isenberg
Lori Jakiela's first full-length collection explores her past life as a flight attendant
Over the course of 87 pages, small but genuine moments add up
By Fred Shaw
What We Tell Our Black Sons
A conversation with Frank Turner
"I don't think of myself as a nationalist, but I think that my cultural Englishness is a big part of my identity, and of the music that I make."
By Andy Mulkerin
Free-jazz saxophonist Sonny Simmons talks about playing with the greats
"We'd leave in the morning, have no lunch break or nothing, just staying there in the Englewood forest and playing from morning 'til traffic time that evening."
By Mike Shanley
Blasfome marks five years in the hip-hop clothing business
"One day I woke up to an email from Major League Baseball and they were seeking damages."
By Rory D. Webb
New releases from Low Man, The Jason Martinko Revue and Household Stories
Critics' Picks: September 5 - 11
The Irish Festival opens, plus local shows from Mono, Sondre Lerche, William Elliott Whitmore and Wye Oak
The fall stage season gets rolling.
The REP's August: Osage County, New Works Fest and a free Gem of the Ocean
The Burnt Part Boys
There's no question the show's been mangled by too many hands.
By Ted Hoover
The latest from Beth Corning's Glue Factory is puppet dance-theater
The Life & Death of Little Finn is the work of Canadian choreographer Marina Harris
By Steve Sucato
David Cronenberg adapts Don DeLillo's novel about finance trader
By Harry Kloman
The winning entry for Pittsburgh 48 Hour Film Project headlines this month's Film Kitchen
The detective spoof features a cameo by Rick Sebak
Three intertwined stories examine literary truth in this rather lightweight drama
By Al Hoff
Lynn Cullen Live 09/11/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 09/05/12
Lynn Cullen Live 09/06/12
Lynn Cullen Live 09/07/12
Lynn Cullen Live 09/10/12
Arts groups may suffer, but saving transit is worth the cost
By Chris Potter
If your girlfriend feels like she's going to be in trouble with you no matter what she does, then she's going to feel inhibited.
Local Vocals - Episode 3 - CP TV
Short List: September 5 - 11
August Wilson Cultural Center
Thu., Nov. 21, 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Pittsburgh region’s manufacturing employment at lowest point in modern history
By Ryan Deto
Hey, Artists. This is what a gallery owner wants to see
By Lissa Brennan
Module to commence ground-breaking on mixed-income housing development in Garfield
By Amanda Waltz
Winghart's whiskey bar hit by a four-alarm fire, one firefighter injured