Vol. 24, No. 16
Gaining Options: Several bidders show interest in August Wilson Center, but only one reveals identity, plans
"They should accept the bid that wants to keep its mission intact."
By Rebecca Nuttall
Control Issues: Will council oversight of the city's land bank cause more problems than it solves?
By Alex Zimmerman
New exhibit exhumes our fascination with ghost signs
By Chris Potter
The new-to-the-region Indonesian cuisine finds a home in North Huntingdon
Kusuka's menu provides plenty of photographs to assist diners exploring Indonesian dishes
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
The Carnegie Library in Oakland now offers a seed library
Users can take seeds for vegetables, flowers and other plants, as well as donate seeds
By Al Hoff
After Bridge Ten closes, owner Dave DeSimone tries again in Shadyside
"It's fun for me to dig out wines that you're not going to find at other places."
By Hal B. Klein
At the Frick, a touring show of vintage paintings highlights interesting, lesser-known works by well-known artists
Paintings by Gilbert Stuart, Frederic Edwin Church and Mary Cassatt are among those prompting career reassessments
By Charles Rosenblum
Local comics artist Dave Wachter inks a high-profile supernatural period piece
"I like seeing a monster as a hero."
By Angela Suico
Lyla Foy weaves rhythmic pieces into a debut full-length
"I really like the bass as a percussion instrument"
By Andy Mulkerin
Local shops offer up specials (and snacks) for Record Store Day, April 19
Deals on new and used recordings, as well as RSD releases, offered at stores all over town
By Seth Pfannenschmidt
Local artists come together to raise funds for DJ and producer Buscrates
The ex-Pittsburgher was hit by a car on his bike in February
By Kayla Copes
Critics' Picks: April 16 - 22
Local shows by Turkuaz, Riff Raff and Jessica Lea Mayfield, plus Don't Give Up the Ship! Fest takes over Bloomfield and Lawrenceville
On the Record with Dominic Cipolla of The Phantom Family Halo
"On the recordings, I generally play most everything ... even some of the stuff that is improvised"
No Bad Ju Ju's new No Covers reviewed
Quantum Theatre's Pantagleize
An enthralling satire pokes at revolution, right-wing despots, left-wing dreamers and the world at large
By Michelle Pilecki
The Playboy of the Western World at the Conservatory Theatre Company
Kim Martin's propulsive direction helps land this script in the most entertaining way
By Ted Hoover
Point Park's prestigious dance program marks 10 years of an annual Downtown showcase
This year's At the Byham features works by Balanchine, Graham, Dwight Rhoden and David Parsons
By Steve Sucato
The Raid 2
A sequel to the 2011 hit delivers plenty of martial-arts fighting, and some clunky plot
A dark British comedy about a gangster trying to get his groove back
Green Routes: Can we talk about our environmental woes in a way that actually leads us to fix them?
It's a long way from wanting to run me off the road to choosing to cash in your Navigator
By Bill O'Driscoll
Lynn Cullen Live 04/16/14
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 04/17/14
Lynn Cullen Live 04/18/14
Lynn Cullen Live 04/21/14
Lynn Cullen Live 04/22/14
It usually takes being dumped several dozen times before a guy starts to do the hard work of dismantling his assholery
Short List: April 16 - 23
The queer femme performers of Heels on Wheels roll into town; Venture Outdoors takes you on the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail; the Children's Museum continues its Love Letters Project; and the Christian McBride Trio visits JazzLive.
Christoph Irniger Pilgrim Quintet
City of Asylum @ Alphabet City
Sun., Dec. 8, 6-7:30 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Steve Zappala, son of Allegheny County DA, is running for state House District 21
By Ryan Deto
Pittsburgh gets its own holiday earworm with "Black and Gold Christmas"
By Lisa Cunningham
Workers at LGBTQ service center Persad vote to unionize with United Steelworkers
A Pittsburgh holiday treat benefits Childrens Hospital for nearly 50 years
By Maggie Weaver