Vol. 23, No. 48
Fair Trade: Information fair helped Venezuelan woman find small-business success
"You have to follow what you're feeling."
By Alex Zimmerman
Stepping Away: After working behind the scenes for 85 years, the Falk Foundation will close its doors in 2014
"I'm not really sure ... who's going to fill the void."
By Rebecca Nuttall
Large portions of classic entrees is just one of Emil's connections to Rankin's past
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Chateau, on the North Side, gets a café and bakery
The Chateau Café and Cakery offers cupcakes named for Pittsburgh neighborhoods
By Charlie Deitch
Maggie's Farm Rum prevails, despite getting rum deal from Congress
"Not having anything for sale was my worst-case scenario."
By Hal B. Klein
Dinette chef Sonja Finn shares Thanksgiving traditions — and a recipe
"Soup is a good way to begin, because it easily gets everyone to the table and eating."
By Jessica Server
Several Carnegie International entries underscore the importance of locale and community
From Chinese neon to portraits of Homestead residents, artists ask, "What's it like here?"
By Nadine Wasserman
Alien She explores riot-grrrl's influence on art and culture
Miller Gallery exhibit goes beyond music into film, installation work and more
By Michelle Fried
Ann Curran's debut poetry collection details encounters with the famous and not-so-famous
The poet's treatment of lesser-known subjects has more emotional heft
By Fred Shaw
MGMT turns inward on new album
"I think there's a universal human feeling of not living up to our full potential."
By Stosh Jonjak
Rubblebucket back on the road after singer's cancer diagnosis
"There's an aspect of the road that's incredibly healing."
By Andy Mulkerin
Lifelong friends jump into the fire with new recording studio
"A firefighter's shift creates a lot of free time to be at the studio."
Critics' Picks: November 27 - December 3
Odd Future's Mellowhigh comes to town, The Gathering Field reunites, Christopher Smedley releases his debut and Winghart's in Monroeville hosts a benefit show
Recent music from Butterbirds, Larry Nath, Kontrol Cow and Mike Stout
The Motherfucker With the Hat at barebones productions
When you strip away the dirty words and ratty milieu, the play reveals itself to be a melodrama.
By Ted Hoover
Plaid Tidings at CLO Cabaret
The director, cast and songs deserve a much better book than they got.
By F. J. Hartland
Kill Your Darlings
An origin story about the Beats that muddles about New York City in 1943
By Al Hoff
The oddest of couples feature in a road movie that's every bit as tender as it is hilarious
By Harry Kloman
Christmas is for forgiveness, says this melodrama
The Book Thief
A German girl's love of books coincides with the horrors of World War II
In this doc, revisit the Iowa caucus, America's unique political proving ground
A sentimental comedy that asks: What do I tell my 533 kids?
Everything some people love (and others dislike) about animated Disney films
A baroque thriller about an unexplained imprisonment suffers from an uneven tone
Lynn Cullen Live 11/27/13
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 12/02/13
Lynn Cullen Live 12/03/13
An upscale restaurant opens on Thanksgiving ... and critics tell it to get stuffed
By Chris Potter
The consensus in the sex-and-science research crowd is that a brain cannot be retrained where kinks are concerned.
Short List: November 27 - December 5
"Lest We Forget" Opening
Cathedral of Learning
Thu., Oct. 17, 4:30-6 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
This is the last year of Ian Brill's Vault installation at Spirit; here are all the shows happening there before it's gone for good
By Jordan Snowden
Pitt paper shows parking spaces near East Liberty busway station are under utilized by 30 percent
By Ryan Deto
Pittsburgh Alligators: Where do they come from; where do they go?
By Hannah Lynn
Uber cuts about 350 employees nationwide, including from their autonomous vehicle division