Vol. 22, No. 43
Sorting out the rhetoric at the top of the ballot
By Chris Potter
This election is more important than local candidates want to let on
Could Democrat Bob Casey be facing the upset of the year?
U.S. House District 12
No easy choice between Rothfus and Critz
By Charlie Deitch
State Attorney General
Kane seeks to be first woman elected to post in state history
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Election Day FAQs
Your guide to negotiating Election Day madness
Of the trolls, by the trolls, and for the trolls
Obama "documentary" tells you everything you need to know ... about Republicans
A Conversation with Green Party Vice-Presidential Candidate Cheri Honkala
Mini-cupcakes are the focus of a new bakery in Brookline
Le Cupcake Shoppe offers teeny-tiny snack cakes
By Andy Mulkerin
Luke Wholey's Wild Alaskan Grille
The popular Strip District sidewalk grill finds a fine-dining home
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Church Brew Works earns national recognition
Prodigal son Steve Sloan steps up the brewery's profile
By Hal B. Klein
Starting to Roll
Groups mobilizing to change food-truck laws
By AmyJo Brown
Industrial Arts Co-op's "The Workers" disappoints as public sculpture.
They look like Rockem Sockem Robots, just without the snappy colors.
By Nadine Wasserman
Meet the folks behind popular Facebook page "Abandoned, Old & Interesting Places — Western PA."
More than 86,000 people have "liked" the page and gotten images of run-down Pennsylvania in their news feeds.
By Nick Keppler
Novel explores racism in Chicago.
"It was very difficult to write because I had to let go of trying to make people look good."
By Catherine Sylvain
Uke and Tuba is a novelty act for the age of YouTube
"The hardest thing for me at these shows is to keep my composure and not laugh."
Una de Luna hopes to put together a 360-degree interactive live-streamed show
The band is releasing the follow-up to its 2008 debut
8cylinder works with static in the attic
"One of the things about being an electronic musician is that you can do it yourself."
New releases from The Meets, Wires and Cables, and Jack McLaughlin
Critics' Picks: October 24 - 30
Local shows by Grouplove, RL Grime, Outasight and Walk Off the Earth
Maple and Vine
Playwright Jordan Harrison seems unwilling or unable to consider the ramifications of his setup
By Ted Hoover
Historical reality is expanded with a multimedia production that surrounds the audience.
By Michelle Pilecki
Nothing But the Blues
Everybody sings, and everybody dances — even the audience, if they so please.
The company sparkles in the big production numbers, climaxing in the infamous "Springtime for Hitler."
This rote cop-vs.-psycho-killer film isn't worth your time
By Al Hoff
A comic candy bag of pratfalls, face-mugging and entirely predictable plot developments
The Round Up
A drama recounts the French government's complicity with the Nazi
Lynn Cullen Live 10/30/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 10/24/12
Lynn Cullen Live 10/25/12
Lynn Cullen Live 10/26/12
Lynn Cullen Live 10/29/12
Most kids don't start actively seeking out online porn until age 14.
Local Vocals - Episode 7 - CP TV
Short List: October 24 - 30
Julie Lythcott-Haims' "How to Raise an Adult" - Presented by Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures
Carnegie Lecture Hall
Thu., Oct. 17, 7 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
This is the last year of Ian Brill's Vault installation at Spirit; here are all the shows happening there before it's gone for good
By Jordan Snowden
Pitt paper shows parking spaces near East Liberty busway station are under utilized by 30 percent
By Ryan Deto
31 Days of the Undead: Day of the Dead (2008)
Pittsburgh Alligators: Where do they come from; where do they go?
By Hannah Lynn