Vol. 23, No. 40
The Carnegie International returns, this time with more local flavor
Curators look to bring the world to Pittsburgh, and Pittsburgh to the world
By Bill O'Driscoll
Adjunct Mary Margaret Vojtko's death raises questions on college campuses all across Pittsburgh
The 83-year-old French instructor's fate is "a symbol of how extreme the situation has become for a lot of adjuncts."
By Chris Potter
Dragon boats have carried some Pittsburghers from Prague to Hong Kong.
By Abby Mendelson
Local bartenders-for-hire have a flair for their work
"A lot of people still don't know what flair [really] is."
By Hal B. Klein
Handle Bar and Grille
A motorcycle-themed venue in Canonsburg offers more than standard bar fare
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
The rise in urban chicken-keeping has led to unforeseen problems
The number of chickens surrendered to animal shelters has increased dramatically
By Jessica Server
Tom Breiding joins United Mine Workers' campaign against West Virginia conglomerate
"It made sense for me to draw upon the topics of the coal-mining industry in my home state."
By Andy Mulkerin
Artist Brandon Locher builds a band with The Meets
"None of these ensemble players in the recording or production of this were in the room with each other at the same time."
Critics' Picks: October 2 - 8
Local shows by San Fermin, Sleigh Bells, Ólafur Arnalds and Bill Callahan
Recent music from Brent Malin and the Railroaders and Ben Opie's Flexure
The REP's Soldier's Heart
Marie Elena O'Brien is on stage for almost the entirety of the show at a constant emotional 11
By Colette Newby
The newMoves Contemporary Dance Festival features work by 18 dance companies from Pittsburgh and beyond
This year's festival at the Kelly-Strayhorn will be the biggest yet
By Steve Sucato
12 Peers Theater's Colorado
A state is screwed to the wall in this dark comedy.
By Michelle Pilecki
This is an evening comprised of appetizers and feels incomplete.
By Ted Hoover
Two stage works featuring puppetry serve as companion pieces at the Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts
The Pigeoning explores our obsession with order; It's Dark Outside looks at Sundowners Syndrome.
The Patience Stone
Atiq Rahimi's film revealing the hidden life of a young Islamic woman is beautifully shot and visually engaging
By Al Hoff
Free-floating astronauts will freak you out in this thriller from Alfonso Cuarón
A sweet, and funny, rom-com about middle-aged dating
Why can't more Republicans move overseas?
Sexual boredom is a huge problem in many long-term monogamous relationships. Humans are wired to seek some novelty and variety.
Lynn Cullen Live 10/02/13
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 10/03/13
Lynn Cullen Live 10/04/13
Lynn Cullen Live 10/07/13
Lynn Cullen Live 10/08/13
Short List: October 2 - 10
By Heather Schor
Big screen, little lies: Pittsburgh is being gaslit about IMAX theaters
By Rachel Wilkinson
Drink and be merry at these Pittsburgh holiday pop-up bars
By Amanda Waltz
Whimsical Christmas cocktails, a soup surprise, extra cozy coffee, and more Pittsburgh food news
By Ali Trachta
Now Hiring in Pittsburgh: Marijuana Dispensary Associate, Tattoo Artist, Baker, and more
By Morgan Biddle