Vol. 23, No. 29
Public Protest: Crowds take to streets in wake of Zimmerman acquittal
"I've been through too many of these to call it a surprise."
By Chris Potter
Softball Questions: Community wondering whether axing a successful sports program was the right play at struggling Sto-Rox
"I feel really bad for the girls left behind."
By Dan Sleva
Architect Eric Fisher creates an indigenous architecture
By Abby Mendelson
Make-a-Fish with a sophisticated build-your-own entrée option at this new Bridgeville eatery
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Cool Ice Taipei offers Pittsburghers snow ice, a unique frozen dessert
The effect is of a shaved milkshake, not an ice-based snow cone
By Al Hoff
Pittsburgh Summer Beerfest has big ambitions for Stage AE
"We're going to take over the whole place, even the parking lot."
By Hal B. Klein
Home Cooking: Farm dinners take diners to the source
"You can't lie about the food when you're at the farm."
By AmyJo Brown
Fiberarts International is a wide-ranging survey of the state of this art.
Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts host work by 64 artists.
By Nadine Wasserman
Jim Rugg's fabulous Supermag
It's a solo anthology of comics styles and witty riffs
By Bill O'Driscoll
Samantha Crain grows up
"I actually like the process of getting older, because I feel like I do less stupid things."
By Andy Mulkerin
Cannibal Ox's Vast Aire shares Gotham tales
"That's how our section of the lunchroom was: We were able to smack some kids up and have rap battles."
By Rory D. Webb
Chrome Moses plays real-deal working-class blues
"In Chrome Moses we get to do the three-piece, blues, rock thing."
Critics' Picks: July 17 - 23
A local show from Heaven, a couple of festivals and the return of the Solar Concert Series
Recent music from Shaky Shrines, The Velcro Shoes and Handhold
Viva Los Bastarditos! at No Name Players
This 2010 "rock musical comedy" is fun and forgettable, but in a good way
By Michelle Pilecki
Lady Windermere's Fan at Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre
The Lady may be a little dated, but she's still lovely
The Little Mermaid at Pittsburgh CLO
This touring production is scaled down. But I think that's why I enjoyed it.
By Ted Hoover
Texture Contemporary Ballet stays in Perpetual Motion.
New works, Meeting of Important People figure in the troupe's latest.
By Steve Sucato
The Way, Way Back
Despite its familiar plot and characters, this winning coming-of-age comedy feels remarkably fresh
Berberian Sound Studio
An unsettling thriller about the breakdown of a sound engineer, packaged as an homage to 1970s Italian horror films
Grown Ups 2
No news here: This sequel is just as unfunny and puerile as its precedessor
One Track Heart
A bio-doc about singer Krishna Das charts his life journey, from Long Island lonely boy to kirtan star
Changing Climate-Change Climate?
The big question is how tightly Obama will clamp down on the energy industry.
Lynn Cullen Live 07/17/13
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 07/18/13
Lynn Cullen Live 07/19/13
Lynn Cullen Live 07/22/13
Lynn Cullen Live 07/23/13
Maybe I'm behind the times, but I don't think two people who've never met in real life should be planning a future together
Short List: July 17 - 25
Wed., Nov. 20, 7-11 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette journalists union issues 'no confidence' vote to management
By Ryan Deto
Spend 90 minutes in 1964 with Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke in One Night in Miami
By Alex Gordon
Eat together: Pittsburgh gets its first taste of Lao cuisine with KIIN in Squirrel Hill
By Maggie Weaver
Pre-natal Down syndrome abortion bill, mandated fetal burial law clear Pa. legislature
By Hannah Lynn