Vol. 23, No. 13
Police Drama: Video captured the night police officers shot an unarmed motorist four times leads to more questions than answers
"We don't expect our police to shoot unarmed suspects."
By AmyJo Brown
A police chief holds himself accountable
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Selma's Texas Barbecue
Top-notch Texas-style barbecue is a reason to head for Moon Township
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
In an era of chain-store pizzas, the Pizza House, in Ambridge, keeps its idiosyncrasies
First off, it's not called "Pizza House"
By Charlie Deitch
Tender Bar + Kitchen draws on expertise of cocktail "dream team"
"You start to learn a person's style. You can really start to see who made what."
By Hal B. Klein
Cooking School: Club provides students with culinary experience
"I'm very passionate about making sure young people have the opportunity to be exposed to good food."
A local author's new book explores the world of squatting
Hannah Dobbz's Nine-Tenths of the Law surveys the history of "property and resistance in the United States."
By Bill O'Driscoll
NOISE mixes music and art
"All this is driven by the desire to showcase art and make it a living thing."
By Margaret Welsh
Shadow Lounge prepares to close after over a decade in a changing neighborhood
"I definitely can give the Shadow Lounge credit for being a catalyst for the change that you see in East Liberty."
By Kate Magoc and Rory D. Webb
Critics' Picks: March 27 - April 2
Local shows from Brokeback, Grizzly Bear, Boats, the Revival Tour and Kevin Bowe
Pittsburgh Playhouse REP's Antarktikos.
There are about five different plays stuffed into this slender evening.
By Ted Hoover
Young Jean Lee's Untitled Feminist Show lets women be themselves.
"What could the world look like if people with female bodies had no shame and felt free to behave however they wanted?"
Unusual footwear among the novelties in the new Texture Ballet program.
"I wanted to stretch myself by putting the dancers in socks instead of pointe shoes."
By Steve Sucato
On the Road
Walter Salles' moody, energetic film is more enjoyable than Jack Kerouac's book
By Harry Kloman
Olympus Has Fallen
This White-House-based actioner is a twisted tonic, reinforcing the worst of our national impulses
By Al Hoff
A bio-pic about the early 20th-century proto-feminist, educator and free spirit
A quietly devastating coming-of-age story set in Germany at the close of WWII
Chan-wook Park's English-language thriller is intriguing, if not wholly satisfying
Lynn Cullen Live 03/27/13
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 03/28/13
Lynn Cullen Live 04/01/13
Lynn Cullen Live 04/02/13
UPMC finally feels our pain
By Chris Potter
Some will object to your hiring a sex worker to help your brother out, but you can tell those people to go fuck themselves.
Short List: March 27 - April 2
LAOH Masquerade Charity Ball
The Boiler Room
Sat., Oct. 19, 7-11 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Roll the dice on Mana Boardgame Tavern in the North Side
By Amanda Waltz
Bike Pittsburgh counted 123 vehicles parked in city bike lanes yesterday
By Ryan Deto
Solving the mystery of the swarming birds of ALCOSAN
SEIU Healthcare labor union endorses independent DA candidate Lisa Middleman
By Elise Lavallee