Vol. 23, No. 30
Singled Out: Trayvon Martin case raises issues of local racial profiling again
"Don't let people tell you that it can't change."
By Dan Sleva
Rusted Out: Rustbelt Radio goes off the air
"When it comes to alternative voices, the more voices, the better."
By Lauren Daley-Maurer
A charming outdoor patio is the bonus at this fine Italian restaurant
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
The South American sweet staple, dulce de leche, is now freshly made in Pittsburgh at La Dorita
It took more than a year for Josephine Oria to duplicate her grandmother's recipe
Pittsburgh Party Pedaler allows patrons to work up a thirst
"I heard all this party music, with people laughing. I saw this bike and I thought, 'I want to ride on that.'"
By Hal B. Klein
Flower Devour: Annual feast features edible flowers
"I put a spoonful into my mouth and discovered heaven on Earth."
By AmyJo Brown
The area's lone import video-game outlet finds it footing
Owner Anna Hegedüs promotes an old-school arcade feel
By Colette Newby
Artist, musician and provocateur Genesis P-Orridge scores with gender-blending and more at The Warhol.
P-Orridge and his partner sought to merge their identities through plastic surgery, hormone therapy, cross-dressing and altered behavior.
By Robert Raczka
The Summer Company's A Slight Case of Murder
Frank Schurer expertly channels Edgar G. Robinson and William Powell.
By F. J. Hartland
Lori Jakiela's new memoir is as much coming-of-age story as it is mid-life crisis.
Jakiela gets maximum emotional charge out of short words, short sentences, short paragraphs, short scenes and short chapters.
By Bill O'Driscoll
Pittsburgh native Chelsea Baratz returns to town with her own band, and some ideas about what jazz can be
"When recording work comes, you take it. It's really a hustle and a grind."
By Andy Mulkerin
What's in a name? Ask Josh Tillman
"Father John Misty, that's just something to put on a marquee."
By Seth Pfannenschmidt
Modular synths find a home in Pittsburgh
The Cell  Foundation Desktop Complete is, they say, "a true beast."
By Margaret Welsh
Critics' Picks: July 24 -August 1
Local shows by Thao and the Get Down Stay Down, plus an anniversary for Bunjie Jambo and an art-music event at Most-Wanted Fine Art
Pittsburgh native Tobacco collaborates with Zackey Force Funk as Demon Queen
By Ian Thomas
Stage 62's Avenue Q
I don't see how Matt Augustyniak and Laura Barletta, as Princeton and Kate Monster, could have been bettered — singing, acting, puppeteering.
By Ted Hoover
Pittsburgh Playwrights' Acting Out
The timely festival showcases local playwrights and LGBT themes.
By Robert Isenberg
Throughline's Oedipus Rex
The problem with Greek tragedy is that all the "good stuff" happens offstage.
Margarethe von Trotta's drama is mostly an edifying lecture and stroll through some intellectual history
By Harry Kloman
Who was Oscar Grant before he was killed by transit police on New Year's Eve 2008?
By Al Hoff
A Band Called Death
Doc tells the story of a trio of black brothers who recorded a kick-ass rock album in 1975, then returned to obscurity
Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt
Everybody's favorite cult pop-rock band from the 1970s gets the bio-doc treatment
When your house is possessed by a demon, you gotta call in the pros
This action comedy suggests there's no reason for retired spies to stop killing people
It's a comic-crime-thriller-ectoplastic mess that even Jeff Bridges can't save
Police seek to distance themselves from the community they protect
Unless you're using condoms during those blowjobs, they're not "safe."
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Short List: July 24 - 30
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A handy guide to all the Pittsburgh restaurants opening, closing, and 'coming soon' in 2020
By Maggie Weaver
After almost closing in October, the Harris Theater is coming back in a 'reel' big way
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By Amanda Waltz
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