Vol. 24, No. 45
Video-game nostalgia on tap for inaugural Pittsburgh Retro Gaming Expo
"People get bitten by the bug when they see how excited you get over this community."
By Charlie Deitch
The Other End of the Spectrum: Autism isn't just a childhood disorder but are we prepared to serve adults?
"In adulthood, the systems really do fall away."
By Alex Zimmerman
Urban Challenges: Traversing Pittsburgh can be tough for those with disabilities
"One of the things we're stuck with from our historical legacy is we have lots of buildings and streets that were built before accessibility was a consideration."
By Rebecca Nuttall
Urban Innovation 21 working toward innovation and growth in all neighborhoods
"There are too many people who never recovered."
By Abby Mendelson
South Side Barbecue Company
A longtime venue serving traditional fare is reborn as a barbecue joint
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
The latest iteration of Conflict Kitchen features take-out fare from Palestine
Try rumaniyya — an eggplant, lentil and pomegranate stew whose spices summon North Africa
By Bill O'Driscoll
Local brewer also tempts patrons with his food
"It's not just beer or just food. I've always been a flavor-driven person."
By Hal B. Klein
Pittsburgh's art groups forge ahead on accessibility
"They really work this as a community."
Artist turns vinyl-record collection into interactive installation
"All of these records were well played and well loved, and at some point, they were discarded."
By Danielle Fox
By Craig Bernier
Avi Buffalo's Work-In-Progress
In the search for his creative identity, Zahner-Isenberg plays with everything
By Ian Thomas
Smaller music venues aren't all readily accessible to patrons with disabilities — and there's no easy fix
"The goal isn't just to have opportunities that are accessible. The goal is to make everything accessible."
By Andy Mulkerin
An instrument is more than just an instrument in one CMU course
"Hybrid" is defined as all that exists between digital and physical, real and virtual, hardware and software.
By Samantha Ward
Critics' Picks: Nov. 6-13
Local shows by G-Eazy, The Barr Brothers and Bear Hands, plus a new Internet radio station launches, and an old goth night has a reunion at Cattivo
A new full-length from The Armadillos
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at Prime Stage
It's a fun little horror show
By Colette Newby
Murder for Two at CLO Cabaret
We have two enormously gifted actors fashioning exquisitely precise performances
By Ted Hoover
The renowned Royal Ballet of Cambodia makes its Pittsburgh debut
The Khmer style is performed at a slow, mesmerizing pace in which the dancers appear to float about the stage
By Steve Sucato
Locally shot comedy Homemakers is among the opening-night films at Three Rivers Film Festival
Filmmaker Colin Healey drew inspiration from Pittsburgh's unique topography
By Al Hoff
The 33rd Three Rivers Film Festival kicks off Fri., Nov. 7
Docs, 3-D "cinema poems," comedies, foreign features and Rudy Valentino: something for everybody
Before I Go to Sleep
Amnesia is just one of the problems in this marriage
Big Hero 6
Science saves the day in Disney's new animated actioner
The Blue Room
An affair grows messy in this French melodrama
The life of a female slacker is examined in this comedy
A portrait of Maine outsider-artist and Barbie lover Al Carbee
Jake Gyllenhaal is a creepy creature of the night in this mix of black comedy, car chases and bad behavior
The Three Rivers Film Festival
Short reviews of some of the festival's offerings
Lynn Cullen Live 11/6/14
Audio & Video Archive
An experience with temporary disability reveals that common courtesy goes a long way
"It's our job as a community to respectfully lend a hand when needed."
"If things get messy, you and your brother are going to find yourself in positions that make Reverse Cowgirl Bleached Anal Handstand look easy."
By Dan Savage
Stuff We Like
Watch this completely mesmerizing bus map - CP TV
By Ashley Murray
Short List: November 5 - 11
Stage favorite Richard McMillan returns for Love Letters; a packed Unblurred on Penn Avenue; Otello is back at Pittsburgh Opera; and comedian Hannibal Buress at the Homestead Carnegie
Poetry Reading: Jan Beatty, Peter Kline, and Brittany Perham
White Whale Bookstore
Sat., Dec. 14, 7-9 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Old-school Pittsburgh punks reunite to celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Clash's London Calling
By Lisa Cunningham
Ranking the things people cheered for at Pittsburgh’s presidential forum
By Ryan Deto
Hambone's reopened after paying over $13,000 in delinquent drink taxes
By Amanda Waltz
A lot of Pennsylvanians asked Google if they should break up with their boyfriends