Vol. 23, No. 22
"It's so damn exciting that I finally get my chance"
By Chris Potter
Fired cop acquitted of criminal charges wants to go back to work
Despite judge's verdict, city says it has ‘no intention' of reinstating Garrett Brown
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
A Garfield museum explores how humans remake the world in their own image
By Abby Mendelson
Here, old-favorite dishes are prepared with care, and there are plenty of new ones to try
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Food and beverage are critical components of campaign events
From Pennsylvania beer to Peduto's secret "punch," voters demand refreshement
Mastro Ice provides cold comfort to local mixologists
"Everything we do is high tech — for ice."
By Hal B. Klein
Internet Café: Google's cafeteria makes employees say OMG
"Free, healthy and delicious food options make for happier Googlers."
By AmyJo Brown
Mark Perrott turns his lens on prison graffitti inside Western Penitentiary.
"This is my family tree," a caption reads, but the "tree" is actually a gallows.
By Robert Isenberg
Justin Sane talks about 20 years of Anti-Flag
"We were so passionate about what we were doing, and we really believed that we were just right about everything we did."
By Andy Mulkerin
A big anniversary for Mr. Small's
The venue celebrates 10 years and prepares for the opening of a restaurant
Tom Weber documents the lifestyles of not-so-famous musicians
"But I think their stories are, in many ways, more interesting than those of famous musicians."
By Margaret Welsh
Critics' Picks: May 29 - June 4
Local shows by Lauren Mann, Weird Al, Demos Papadimas and Kendrick Lamar
On the record with musical saw player Erika Laing
"I started on a regular saw from Home Depot because I thought this was the kind of hobby that probably wouldn't last — so I better get something that'll also cut wood, just in case."
Little Lake's Miracle on South Division Street
Playwright Tom Dudzick heaps preposterous atop ridiculous for an extended unfunny ethnic joke
By Michelle Pilecki
Pittsburgh Public Market offers a smorgasbord of local performing talent.
The stage is open to performers of all stripes, from stand-up comics to jugglers.
By Colette Newby
After retooling her career, Beth Corning returns with a new solo dance work.
Remains explores what's left after personal loss.
By Steve Sucato
Fast and Furious 6
Justin Lin's actioner has all the pumped-up dudes and souped-up cars fans want
By Al Hoff
Thor Heyerdahl's epic 1947 sea journey is the subject of this Norwegian adventure film
Band of Sisters
Mary Fishman's doc looks at American nuns who tackle social-justice and environmental issues
The Hangover Part III
The wolf pack, Vegas and Mr. Chow are back, in this unfunny sequel
Variety breeds success at Arcade Comedy Theater
"The fact that we are getting feedback that people like this is a relief and a joy."
By Isaac Kozell
A Tale of Two Cities
Peduto's win shows a new Pittsburgh taking root — and taking over
In most media depictions of sex workers, "we end up dead, alone or in service to Richard Gere for eternity. All terrible options."
Lynn Cullen Live 05/30/13
Audio & Video Archive
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Short List: May 29 - June 6
Art of Translation Series: Sara Khalili
City of Asylum @ Alphabet City
Mon., Jan. 20, 7-8:30 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
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Know the score: legendary composer John Williams (Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter) coming to Pittsburgh
By Hannah Lynn
The displacement of Anthony Hardison from his Lawrenceville apartment is a microcosm of a neighborhood epidemic
By Ryan Deto
A dearth of flavor and underwhelming menu leaves little to recommend from newest Big Burrito concept
By Maggie Weaver
More than 200 take to Pittsburgh streets for fourth annual Women's March
By Ollie Gratzinger