Vol. 24, No. 10
Uniting in Protest: Criticism of UPMC has stretched beyond its own workers
"Where this goes, it goes for the whole city,"
By Alex Zimmerman
Technical Difficulties: Although on the rise nationally, career and tech programs at city schools face sagging enrollment, uncertain future
"If the numbers don't go up, it won't be possible to run programs for only a few"
By Rebecca Nuttall
Taxing Alternative: Peduto administration rethinking nonprofit contribution system
"There's a disconnect between how our economy is being run and how our government is being financed."
By Chris Potter
Law School: Federal complaint filed against for-profit ITT Tech
"Certainly if I were one of those companies, I would be worried."
By Charlie Deitch
A new A&E drama series Those Who Kill pits Pittsburgh police against a serial killer
There's plenty here — from cop shows and Pittsburgh — that viewers will recognize
By Al Hoff
An Iraqi restaurants excels in serving Middle Eastern favorites
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
The 52nd Street Market in Lawrenceville hopes to serve all residents
"Our plan is to carry a variety of products from chipped ham to quinoa."
Squirrel Hill's Independent Brewing Co. celebrates local beer
"There's something you get from being able to visit the breweries, and knowing the brewers."
By Hal B. Klein
In Millvale, organization teaches art of cooking
"Once you've got the basics down, there's satisfaction in taking a familiar dish and adding your twist to it."
By Jessica Server
An unprized favorite, puzzling inclusions, best dead artists and more in the Carnegie International.
Inclusion is not a simple matter of the curators' perception of "quality" or "artistic excellence."
By Robert Raczka
Technology is a uniter in a new interactive art installation in Market Square
While interactivity is often overplayed, the truth is that technology connects us in astonishing ways.
By Nadine Wasserman
The History Center augments From Slavery to Freedom with new technology.
Touch-screens illuminate the Underground Railroad.
By Angela Suico
Arcade Fire's popularity has caught up to its volume
"Any real band can't bank on such a thing; you can't be ready when it happens."
By Stosh Jonjak
Pittsburgh SoundCloud Meetup brings together DJs and producers in real life
The events offer a way to mobilize an offline community using an online network
By Alex Gordon
Saying goodbye to the Boss Man of Pittsburgh rock radio
Pittsburgh's musical vocabulary is different from the rest of the country because of him.
By Andy Mulkerin
Critics' Picks: March 5 - 11
Pusha T, Empires and Mike Gordon come to town, plus ex-Pittsburgher Marcus Harris releases an album, and deaf rapper Sean Forbes appears Downtown
On the Record with Charles Rocha
"I was always writing and collaborating with people, but I never had the confidence to consider myself a songwriter."
Off the Wall's A Feminine Ending
Sarah Treem's very smart, very funny play has well-spoken, entertaining characters.
By Ted Hoover
A rising-star choreographer world-premieres her latest at the Kelly-Strayhorn.
"The dancers express pure joy and desire, shedding all constraints and wearing the skin they are in."
By Steve Sucato
Liam Neeson helps sell the ridiculousness of this mid-air actioner
Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me
A documentary portrait of the Broadway performer finds her in fine fettle
Two teenage girls navigate growing up in a newly post-Soviet Georgia
The Invisible Woman
A period drama explores an extra-marital affair Charles Dickens had with a young woman
One of the world's most important cultural and religious cities gets the IMAX treatment
The Wind Rises
Hayao Miyazaki's latest film is about pursuing dreams and creating a legacy
The series for local and independent filmmakers includes work by three artists.
By Bill O'Driscoll
Lynn Cullen Live 03/05/14
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 03/06/14
Lynn Cullen Live 03/07/14
Lynn Cullen Live 03/10/14
Lynn Cullen Live 03/11/14
Would you break up with someone due to one extremely squicky kink?
March 12, 2014 - Harris - CP TV
Short List: March 5 - 12
Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart
University of Pittsburgh Community Engagement Center
Thu., Nov. 21, 5:30-8 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Pittsburgh region’s manufacturing employment at lowest point in modern history
By Ryan Deto
Hey, Artists. This is what a gallery owner wants to see
By Lissa Brennan
Module to commence ground-breaking on mixed-income housing development in Garfield
By Amanda Waltz
Winghart's whiskey bar hit by a four-alarm fire, one firefighter injured