Vol. 22, No. 45
Political ads we hated to love
By Chris Potter
ICA Problem: Has the time come to neuter the city's fiscal watchdog?
"There wasn't and still isn't a significant amount of value."
By AmyJo Brown
Dasonii Korean Bistro
Grilled meats and egg-topped dishes are among the specialties of this Korean restaurant
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Bloomfield has a new butcher shop
Fresh sausage and hand-cut meat on offer at D.J.'s Butcher Block
By Al Hoff
At Mount Lebanon's Il Pizzaiolo, a bit of European wine culture
"Italy can produce wine over every acre of its country. So we have a lot of variety."
By Hal B. Klein
Local farms preparing birds for holiday rush
A local reporter's new book examines the world of liver transplants.
"She was told this was going to change transplantation."
By Bill O'Driscoll
Nickel and Dimed author Barbara Ehrenreich talks with CP
Activist to speak at Point Park University
The curious case of Ryan Graveface
The Black Moth Super Rainbow guitarist has four bands and writes several songs a night.
By Ian Thomas
Black Moth Super Rainbow's new Cobra Juicy
The kids will have their say
Code Orange Kids set to release Deathwish debut
By Gregg Harrington
Frank Ferraro's Wine and Dust looks at musicians and the people who love them
"I wanted to explore the balance between love of music and love of family."
By Margaret Welsh
New releases from Long Time Divided, Neon Swing X-Perience and Steel Clover
By Andy Mulkerin
Critics' Picks: November 7 - 13
Local shows by Catl, Motion City Soundtrack, Sleigh Bells, Earth
Prime Stage's Fahrenheit 451
It's a fascinating oration, but the theatricality is quite limited.
By Ted Hoover
Tami Dixon's South Side Stories honors a neighborhood's survivors
A one-woman show offers voices that outlasted the mill.
Future Ten 9: 10 Minutes 'Til Doomsday
The festival of one-acts showcases a few gems
By Michelle Pilecki
Pittsburgh Playwrights' Theatre Festival in Black & White
This edition is particularly youthful and includes some strong work.
By Robert Isenberg
This new James Bond film is as much about soul-searching as much as it is about seeking a gizmo.
Robert Zemeckis' drama is a fair character study, made watchable by a great actor
THREE RIVERS FILM FESTIVAL
Lynn Cullen Live 11/07/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 11/08/12
Lynn Cullen Live 11/09/12
Lynn Cullen Live 11/12/12
Lynn Cullen Live 11/13/12
Vengeful exes can use the details of your turn-ons against you only if you're ashamed of them.
Short List: November 7 - 13
An Evening With Stewart Copeland
Mr. Smalls Theatre
Wed., Oct. 23, 7-10 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
What to expect from President Trump’s visit to Pittsburgh on Wednesday
By Ryan Deto
The peculiar history behind Marsy’s Law, the victim rights referendum on the Pa. ballot
'The 201 Arsenal Condominiums grabbed a huge swath of land and dressed it in the architecture of thoughtless and cynical profiteering'
By Charles Rosenblum
Protesters condemning white nationalism and Trump's visit arrested