Vol. 23, No. 28
PennDon't: Corbett once again fails to deal with transportation funding
"For every day we don't address this issue, the price tag goes up."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
Reaching Out: New Pitt research center examines all LGBT health issues
"LGBT health has been woefully neglected as a topic for serious research."
Taking care of an ailing parent isn't easy. But you can leave the aromatherapy at home.
By Roxanne Tuinstra
Tender Bar + Kitchen
A repurposed Lawrenceville bank offers craft cocktails and inventive small plates
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Schwartz's Market on the South Side re-opens as a "Living Market"
Vendors provide goods and services focused on holistic health and environmental sustainability
By Chris Potter
Slippery Rock cider-maker uses old-school approach
By Hal B. Klein
Despite recent adversity, Garfield Farm's bioshelter has cause to celebrate
By AmyJo Brown
Young designer Makayla Wray makes her mark on local fashion
"I was that little girl that had to stay after class and erase everything that I drew on the desk."
By Rory D. Webb
Vintage Japanese prints and ivories make for a breathtaking show at the Carnegie.
The prints are visually inventive, the ivories exquisite.
By Robert Raczka
Long-lived indie pop band Belle and Sebastian heads to Pittsburgh for the first time
"We have taken longish breaks along the way, which I think probably helps."
By Mike Shanley
Rabbit Rabbit releases a song a month, and brings them to Garfield Artworks this weekend
The duo has an electronic subscription service that includes photos, videos and other semi-ephemera.
By Andy Mulkerin
The Sablowskis want your pierogies
"We wanted to write songs about Pittsburgh that were kind of subtle."
Mac Miller matures on Watching Movies
Miller bares all here, crafting his most introspective and conceptually self-critical project yet.
Critics' Picks: July 10 - 16
Local shows by ... And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, Mac Martin, and Baauer and R.L. Grime, plus Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble opens its season
Recent music from The Hawkeyes, The MeToos and Second Empire
Quantum Theatre's Mnemonic
Mnemonic is an interesting idea that goes nowhere, and takes forever to do so.
By Robert Isenberg
Opera Theater's A Little Night Music
While musical comedy doesn't come naturally to opera singers, the tremendous upside is these glorious voices singing this mesmerizing music.
By Ted Hoover
Little Lake's Motherhood Out Loud
The moments of cliché are offset by interesting insights and odd chuckles.
By Michelle Pilecki
Performance artist offers made-to-order poems
"What is one thing that's important to you that you'd like to have written in verse?"
By Olivia Lammel
If you like giant fights, this mostly well-done sci-fi actioner has a plenty to offer
By Al Hoff
A New York Heartbeat
A familiar crime-love hybrid set in 1959 Brooklyn but filmed in Pittsburgh
A timely eco-thriller that never quite engages
A Conversation with Adam Sank
"If someone tells you they're a comedian, you think, "Oh, you're an asshole."
Lynn Cullen Live 07/15/13
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 07/16/13
A federal lawsuit may complete the inevitable, if arduous, journey for marriage equality
Even if choking weren't dangerous, being this woman's boyfriend/assailant has to be tedious.
Short List: July 10 - 18
Torus Eyes/Ky Vöss/Doors In The Labyrinth
The Government Center
Sun., Oct. 20, 8-11 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Finding the freedom to 'f*ck like an animal'
By Jessie Sage
Roll the dice on Mana Boardgame Tavern in the North Side
By Amanda Waltz
Solving the mystery of the swarming birds of ALCOSAN
By Ryan Deto
Bike Pittsburgh counted 123 vehicles parked in city bike lanes yesterday