Vol. 25, No. 25
A Pride Divided: Two groups with differing ideas on inclusiveness held Pride celebrations this weekend, so what do they make of each other?
"This paints a different picture of what we’re celebrating."
By Ashley Murray
Roots Pride started a conversation about inclusiveness — where does it go from here?
"People still want space to celebrate themselves."
By Alex Zimmerman
In the wake of massive layoffs, concern over the future of Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
"A lot of us aren't confident that Filmmakers will be around a lot longer."
By Bill O'Driscoll
Full of Pride
The Evaline, a legendary Bloomfield party house, is restarting the roller-coaster after a three-year hiatus
Event will feature Blue Coupe, a band featuring Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dennis Dunaway of Alice Cooper
By Wayne Wise
Lviv European Kitchen
A deli and pizzeria in Coraopolis offers the hearty comfort foods of Eastern Europe
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Bloomfield's newest coffee shop also specializes in design
"We consider this our concept shop."
By Margaret Welsh
PLCB launches program to carry more craft spirits
It's a boon for locally beloved distilleries
By Celine Roberts
It's time to tear down Mount Washington's illuminated sign
The neon billboard is historically unpopular and aesthetically displeasing
By Charles Rosenblum
Ben Patterson's chalk pastels drop jaws at The Gallery 4
What's clear is connection, and the comfort that it can bring
By Lissa Brennan
A look at Dream Another Dream
Exhibit honors pioneering "Little Nemo" comic strip
An educator turns to fiction
"I try hard to look for books which are life-affirming."
Famed drummer Ginger Baker talks about playing alongside legends, getting older, and his cantankerous reputation
Maybe it's a good day for him, or maybe he's just glad that the questions cover topics other than "Sunshine of Your Love" or "Toad"
By Mike Shanley
Crossing craters, canyons and clouds with Luke Borsten
In his songs and on this tour, Borsten is a bit like Dylan's cowboy angel riding with the clouds — possibly in search of his own Eden
By Elise D'Haene
This Sunday, the international Make Music festival comes to Pittsburgh
"It doesn't matter their age or style of music or their level of playing, the idea is just to get out."
Critics' Picks, June 18-24
Shows by Metric, The Temptations, Hugh Cornwell, and the Stars at Riverview Jazz Series
By Shawn Cooke
On the Record with Chris Carrabba
"I love touring. Obsessively."
By Zach Brendza
Mary Poppins at Pittsburgh CLO
It's a worthwhile three-hour voyage.
By Alan W. Petrucelli
Girls Only at CLO Cabaret
It's impossible not to like this show
By Ted Hoover
Fascinating documentary about a locked-away kids who find escape in recreating films
By Al Hoff
Pixar's latest animated film is fresh, funny, wise, sweet, gorgeous to look at and, for a "kid pic," epically high-concept.
The French side of the infamous "French Connection" gets a look in this period crime drama
An ill-advised trip to a party sets a dangerous farce in motion for a geek in the hood
Those giant dinosaurs return in a not-so-well-thought-out adventure
"I'm still eager for more variety, and to be able to walk after sex and ride a bike the next day."
By Dan Savage
Stuff We Like
Lynn Cullen Live 6/22/15
Audio & Video Archive
CP Weekend Podcast - June 19 - 20, 2015
By Ashley Murray, Celine Roberts and Aaron Warnick
Short List: June 18 - 25
Microscopic Opera takes the Mercy Train; Conflict Kitchen does Juneteenth; Radiohead classical mashup at the PSO; and Pittsburgh's first SermonSLAM
Curtis and the Shakerz, with guest band Mark DeMeno and Friends
Sat., Jan. 25, 8:30-11:30 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Bill Nye wants residents of Mars, Pa. to get a free SodaStream
By Ollie Gratzinger
How America’s new trade deal could undermine Pittsburgh’s plastics future
By Ryan Deto
Where to celebrate the Lunar New Year with authentic Chinese flavors
By Maggie Weaver
Posts from Democratic state House candidate Heather Kass reveal Trump support and opposition to Obamacare