Vol. 23, No. 14
Spreading its Wings: Thunderbird Café owners want nightclub to grow, but expansion plans don't sit well with Lawrenceville residents
"The expansion needs to be responsible."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Police Stations: City police may get to live anywhere they want regardless of who wins mayor's race
"We already have out-of-city residency. Officers are taking jobs elsewhere."
By Chris Potter
Pure as a Monkey Hitting You With a Hammer
By Jimmy Cvetic
Healthful and quick, Japanese soups are a welcome addition to Pittsburgh's food scene
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Local bartenders participate in "Wine to Water" fundraiser
"If you're going to come out and spend money on alcohol, you might as well do it for a good cause."
By Hal B. Klein
New food-truck regulations idling in face of restaurant concerns
"I don't think that it's fair that if you're selling pizza out of your truck, you can park in front of a pizza shop."
By AmyJo Brown
A huge new exhibit explores Andy Warhol's artistic legacy
The juxtaposition of works suggests the intangible but undeniable nature of influence beyond overt similarities
By Robert Raczka
Mike Nesmith wants to tell you about the other 37 years of his career
His replies to Monkees questions aren't as forthcoming as his comments about his output following the Pre-Fab Four.
By Mike Shanley
Sean Bonnette of Andrew Jackson Jihad talks Netflix and "The O"
"It was like a fast-food restaurant and they gave you a grocery bag full of fries."
By Tyler Crumrine
Local musicians find that Beck's Song Reader project is no lost cause
"I wasn't seeing many big band-ish ensembles up there. I thought that would be a cool way to honor the music."
By Andy Mulkerin
Critics' Picks: April 3 - 9
Local shows by Purity Ring, John Scofield, Zola Jesus and Iron Lung, plus flutist Robert Dick plays Alia Musica's spring concert
On the Record with Wolter Wierbos of ICP Orchestra
"Just before we go on, it can be a chaotic mess in our dressing room, with everybody trying to find the music."
Winnie-the-Pooh and The Seven Deadly Sins, at Rage of the Stage
Despite the juvenile blasphemy and vulgarity, playwright Shoberg reveals a real fondness for the books and the personalities within.
By Michelle Pilecki
Monthly Obscure events include burlesque and BDSM play
If a honky-tonk designed after The Crow sounds appealing, you might enjoy Obscure
By Colette Newby
The Book of Mormon
What's surprising about Mormon is just how negligible the script is — but that's not a criticism.
By Ted Hoover
Mash Up Body takes a sampling approach to dance.
Choreographer Kate Watson-Wallace and company have fun deconstructing their own work.
By Steve Sucato
Kim Nguyen's film, depicting an African child soldier, effectively combines lyricism and brutality
By Al Hoff
Pablo Larrain's docu-drama is a fascinating slice of Chilean history, particularly for students of political marketing
Short films from locals Aaron Ward, Justin Crimone and Scott Whiteman
By Bill O'Driscoll
Jim Krenn re-emerges with a weekly podcast
"This is going to be the signature comedy of my life, creatively."
By Amanda Matson
Lynn Cullen Live 04/03/13
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 04/04/13
Lynn Cullen Live 04/05/13
Lynn Cullen Live 04/08/13
Lynn Cullen Live 04/09/13
Your fantasy isn't normative. But no one's sexual fantasy is.
Short List: April 3 - 11
Thu., Oct. 17, 9 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
Pittsburgh Alligators: Where do they come from; where do they go?
By Hannah Lynn
Uber cuts about 350 employees nationwide, including from their autonomous vehicle division