Vol. 24, No. 26
Protesters, investors urge PNC to abandon mountaintop-removal financing
EQAT to protest PNC headquarters July 3
By Charlie Deitch
Natural Selection: Critics question choice of site for new Frick Environmental Center
"I see a beautiful wilderness that's going to be bulldozed to build a nature center."
By Rebecca Nuttall
At the Hill District's Ujamaa Collective, cultural connections are part of the bargain
By Abby Mendelson
Blue Line Grille
The Uptown hockey-themed venue rises above standard sports-bar fare
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Local ice-cream shop Scoops opens a new location in Bloomfield
"What's really important is to be providing good customer service."
At Allegheny Wine Mixer, long-derided riesling gets its due
"There was so much bad sweet wine in the U.S. for so long that people started to associate 'sweet' and 'bad.'"
By Hal B. Klein
A review of the PCA's Emerging Artist of the Year Show
We expect a lot of choices these days, and Mia Tarducci Henry supplies them
By Robert Raczka
House of Gold makes a statement in Wilkinsburg
"It's about seeing the beauty in people before they're gone."
By Dan Willis
A review of David Herrle's Sharon Tate and the Daughters of Joy
A challenging prose-poetry hybrid dissects an infamous mass murder
By Fred Shaw
Critics' Picks: June 27 - July 2
Local shows by Communist Daughter, Chevy Woods and Bear Hands, plus an album release from Instead of Sleeping
WYEP marks 40 years as "the station that refused to die"
"People probably underestimated the passion of the city to keep the radio station around."
By Julia Cook
Secret Tombs put it on tape
The band has been described as "The Black Crowes' version of 'Hard to Handle' meets the King of the Hill theme."
By Margaret Welsh
Recent music from Save Us from the Archon and Don Strange & the Doosh Bears
Alarum Theatre's Iphigenia and Other Daughters
McLaughlin is a writer of considerable skill, and Alarum Theatre does her justice
By Ted Hoover
Little Lake's Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike
It's a well-cast character comedy, with scenery-chewing opportunities for all
By Michelle Pilecki
This thriller is also the kind of low-key, almost observational character study you'd hope for from Kelly Reichardt
By Bill O'Driscoll
A coming-of-age rom-com that takes a different tack with an unplanned pregnancy
By Al Hoff
Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case
A new doc catches up with the Chinese artist's troubles with authorities
A muddle of songs, mob comedy and backstage melodrama that never quite gels
Think Like a Man Too
Pre-wedding parties do predictably awry in this ensemble comedy
We Are the Best!
Three 13-year-old Swedish girls form a punk band, and they are the best!
Less Gross, More Green: Measuring progress by more than just money
"Growth can be coming in ways that undermine your state and region"
Lynn Cullen Live 06/25/14
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 06/26/14
Lynn Cullen Live 06/27/14
Lynn Cullen Live 06/30/14
Lynn Cullen Live 07/01/14
There's nothing illegal or dangerous about cousins — even first cousins — doing it.
Pittsburgh Winter Beerfest - CP TV
Short List: June 27 - July 2
LOST/FOUND gives local refugees a voice; Harland Williams at the DVE Comedy Fest; the Carnegie gets into fakery; Joe Manganiello's male-stripper doc.
Sun., Oct. 20, 11 a.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Finding the freedom to 'f*ck like an animal'
By Jessie Sage
Roll the dice on Mana Boardgame Tavern in the North Side
By Amanda Waltz
Solving the mystery of the swarming birds of ALCOSAN
By Ryan Deto
Bike Pittsburgh counted 123 vehicles parked in city bike lanes yesterday