Vol. 22, No. 49
On the Record: A Conversation with Jessica Griffin Burke, a professor and researcher with University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health
"At the end of the day I'm driven to make a change"
By Charlie Deitch
More than 31 percent of people living with HIV/AIDS are not getting adequate treatment
"HIV is little bits of protein that stick together that can kill you. But the stigma is in how you get it."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
25 Years of Rick Sebak
By Chris Potter
The Highland Park eatery successfully expands its menu to include dinner
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Brewing in Greater Pittsburgh author Robert Musson to visit town
New book details the city's rich history of beer-making
By Andy Mulkerin
Champagne bar Perlé welcomes novice and expert alike
Downtown club uses clever cocktails, and new technology, to make Champagne available to the masses
By Hal B. Klein
Running out of food is a monthly problem for residents in Hill, Homewood
By AmyJo Brown
The Center for PostNatural History explores human-devised life-forms.
CMU art professor's project documents everything from pet dogs to GMO veggies.
By Bill O'Driscoll
The translator of Roberto Bolaño's work returns with his latest posthumous novel.
"I think it's definitely of interest to people wanting to find out about his writing process."
By Catherine Sylvain
DJ Bonics recalls the decision to go on the road with Wiz
By Rory D. Webb
Made in Pennsylvania
Philadelphia-born DJ Bonics made his name on Pittsburgh radio before becoming Wiz Khalifa's tour DJ
Rather Ripped re-opens in Lawrenceville
The record store's original location in Berkeley was a magnet for rockers
New releases from Fortified PhonetX, Andre Costello and Teddy Pantelas
Critics' Picks: December 5 - 11
Local shows by Every Time I Die and Mod Sun, plus a Damaged Pies documentary, the seventh anniversary of Pandemic, and a benefit show for Dave Whaley
Carnegie Mellon Drama's Angels in America
A strong production of Tony Kushner's epochal play is sapped by cuts in the script.
By Ted Hoover
Pittsburgh Irish & Classical's The School for Lies
Playwright David Ives is funnier than you and I combined, but the experiment sometimes drags.
By Robert Isenberg
12 Peers Theater's Tick, tick ... BOOM!
Troupe tackles Jonathan Larson's pre-Rent musical
By Michelle Pilecki
Bricolage's Midnight Radio: Cult Movie Classics
A kung-fu classic and a monster flick take a beating with live overdubbing.
The Murphy/Smith Dance Collective celebrates a century of women's social progress.
"It is more a mirror on society rather than any political statement."
By Steve Sucato
Leos Carax's film about film (and other things) is heady and head-challenging ride
By Al Hoff
A Royal Affair
This Danish drama is handsomely produced and well acted, and for most royal watchers, a fresh take on history
Lynn Cullen Live 12/05/12
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 12/06/12
Lynn Cullen Live 12/07/12
Lynn Cullen Live 12/10/12
Lynn Cullen Live 12/11/12
Obamacare meets the anti-tax agenda, and local teachers may pay the price
Some people might just flirt with the lifestyle, but some of us are built to love more than one person at a time.
Sounding Board - December 4, 2012 - CP TV
Short List: December 5 - 11
Chad Prather’s Star Spangled Banter Comedy Show
The Lamp Theatre
Fri., Nov. 22, 8-10 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Winghart's whiskey bar hit by a four-alarm fire, one firefighter injured
By Ryan Deto
Module to commence ground-breaking on mixed-income housing development in Garfield
By Amanda Waltz
Pittsburgh region’s manufacturing employment at lowest point in modern history
Get ready for the new Mister Rogers movie with Joy Ike's cover of "Won't You Be My Neighbor?"
By Jordan Snowden