Vol. 24, No. 6
Bumpy Road Ahead?: At least one ride-share company plans to launch here this week, but how long it will be allowed to operate is another story
"Cities want us, and once we are there, we grow quickly."
By Dan Sleva
Saving August Wilson: Despite liquidation order, community still hopeful arts center can survive
"Anything can be turned around. You have to want to turn it around."
By Rebecca Nuttall
Property Control: Neighborhood groups wary of land-bank bill
"The ability to control land is key in any community"
By Alex Zimmerman
Well-prepared fare and a warm atmosphere distinguish this local diner chain
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Market Square's Bluebird Kitchen opens a second location on Stanwix Street
Diners can find many of the same scratch-made pastries, fresh sandwiches and inventive sides
Embury returns — in pop-up form — to Butcher and the Rye
"We'll be doing some things that people haven't seen in Pittsburgh."
By Hal B. Klein
Local chef Richard DeShantz shares a seasonal favorite: pot-roast
"The best foods are the ones that bring back nostalgia."
By Jessica Server
Hilary Robinson offers a smartphone-photo love letter to Pittsburgh.
This collection of urban still-lifes encounter Lawrenceville's photogenic strangeness.
By Michelle Fried
Bill Shannon's cubism for the 21st century.
Installation work explores how we know one another by our parts.
By Leo Hsu
Former Come frontwoman Thalia Zedek returns with two new records
"It's nice to put something out quickly and stay on a roll."
By Andy Mulkerin
Yuna goes from Malaysian law school to American pop studios
"People say, ‘Oh, you've got a law degree to fall back on!' But I don't think that's going to be an option."
New dance night at Cruze is A-OK
"Now, someone can take a bus down to Cruze and they can take a bus home in the morning if they're out partying all night."
By Kate Magoc
Critics' Picks: February 5 - 11
Local shows by Cris Cab, Paradise Fears, Julianna Barwick, G. Love and Special Sauce, and Ethnic Heritage Ensemble
Recent music from Full Color Illustrations, Eddie Barnz and Young Fox
Quantum Theatre's Madagascar
It's a deliciously malicious romp through layers of family tragedy and mystery.
By Michelle Pilecki
The REP's Heads
If you want to see character studies of civilian wartime prisoners, there are no equals.
By Colette Newby
Company at Pittsburgh Public Theater
This outing feels toothless and more than a little forced.
By Ted Hoover
Nationally rising talent Alan Obuzor debuts a new dance work
Collaboration with vocalist is part of the Kelly-Strayhorn's Fresh Works series
By Steve Sucato
The 2014 Oscar-nominated Documentary short film screen
You have two chances this weekend and next to see these before the awards
By Al Hoff
The Monuments Men
A crowd-pleasing cast just barely floats this World War II tale about saving artwork
A mess of a melodrama about a lonely housewife and the escaped convict who loves her
A sweet allegorical tale of a Laotian boy who turns tragedy into triumph
That Awkward Moment
... When you realize some decent young actors are slumming in a weak rom-com
The monthly screening of local film and video offers work from Hannah Dobbz, Justin Crimone and J. Shanks Kindlon
By Bill O'Driscoll
Pittsburgh's commitment to black culture in the spotlight
By Chris Potter
Lynn Cullen Live 02/5/14
Audio & Video Archive
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Short List: February 5 - 12
Green Drinks: Clean Air Council
Thu., Jan. 23, 6-8 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
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
By Hannah Lynn
Music meets the sexy and the strange for new Pittsburgh-only variety show Yinzer-lesque
By Amanda Waltz
Where to celebrate the Lunar New Year with authentic Chinese flavors