Vol. 23, No. 7
A Conversation with University of Pittsburgh researcher Dr. Amy Herrick
"We never considered looking for resilience. We're really good at measuring sickness and disparity but have no real way to measure health."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Most Likely to Succeed? Facing an uphill battle, a group of Schenley grads want to keep the building full of students
"It's not over until the actual deed to the property and the building are handed over."
By AmyJo Brown
Latest Corbett budget has some good news ... especially if you're a CEO
By Chris Potter
For a crowd-pleasing, home-style Italian-American meal you don't have to cook or clean up after yourself, this Forest Hills venue is a good bet
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
A.J.'s Inca Peruvian offers South American cuisine at its new Downtown location
Its signature dish is the spice-crusted rotisserie chicken
By Charlie Deitch
New Kensington's House of 1,000 Beers spills over with options
"It's a celebration of beer here."
By Hal B. Klein
Wilkinsburg CDC starts campaign to bring restaurant liquor licenses to town
Stacey Waite's Butch Geography
It's Waite's use of speaker as changeling, searching for identity, that makes this work so compelling.
By Fred Shaw
Saul Conrad writes a little differently
You won't hear a lot of rhymes in his lyrics, for one thing, and if you like to cling to hooks and repeated choruses, well, you're out of luck.
By Andy Mulkerin
Ethnic Heritage Ensemble brings small-outfit jazz from Chicago
The group formed in the 1970s, when the youngest current member hadn't been born yet.
By Mike Shanley
Pittsburgh's Steelesque plays Southern rock for a U.K. label
"Your art is about what you want, not who is interested."
By Seth Pfannenschmidt
Critics' Picks: February 13 - 19
Local shows by Jandek, Donora, Bad Books and Wayne "The Train" Hancock
CLO Cabaret's You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up!
This longish one-act gets all of its sparkle and cheer from the performers.
By Ted Hoover
American Tragedy at Duquesne Red Masquers
A playwright explores American identity, especially American exceptionalism, in the 19th century.
By Michelle Pilecki
Moulin Rouge makes its Pittsburgh premiere
Jorden Morris' ballet has a plenty of romance and intrigue and a tearjerker ending.
By Steve Sucato
Pittsburgh product Kyle Abraham hits the big time in the dance world.
The dancer and choreographer's Pavement premieres locally via the Pittsburgh Dance Council.
Michael Haneke's slice-of-life about an elderly couple is another work in an extraordinary canon of cinema
By Harry Kloman
A poorly scripted comedy wastes the talents of its stars
By Al Hoff
Teens and witches in a small town make a tepid brew
Lynn Cullen Live 02/13/13
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 02/14/13
Lynn Cullen Live 02/15/13
Lynn Cullen Live 02/19/13
Pittsburgh may not have too many mayoral candidates, but too few voters
Whenever possible, queer kids should be allowed to reveal their sexuality on their own timetable.
Short List: February 13 - 19
33rd European Ophthalmology Congress
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Fri., Nov. 15, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Introducing Pittsburgh Record Label Roundup: The diverse and plentiful selection of the city's record labels
By Jordan Snowden
Can we please talk about this ridiculous sprawling mansion in Gibsonia?
By Amanda Waltz
Plasmid draws inspiration from a parenting book for its latest release, Hot Dog People
Fact checking Gov. Tom Wolf’s KDKA radio interview on cracker plants and natural gas
By Ryan Deto