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Five Questions with Dirty Projectors' Dave Longstreth

Five Questions with Dirty Projectors' Dave Longstreth

"If 'Teenage Me' heard the music I’m making now, it would melt the face of Teenage Me and I would instantly cease to exist in all possible timelines."


Chicago immigration advocates travel through Pittsburgh, request federal support for DACA

Group from Faith Life and Hope Mission church is hoping to spread the message of reforming immigration policies in their 800-mile trek.

Bill Peduto skeptical of Uber’s plans to resume autonomous-vehicle testing

Peduto wants Uber to have autonomous-vehicles drive slower than 25 mph before the company resumes testing in Pittsburgh.

Kittens invade Butler Street for Lawrenceville Cat Crawl

Photo highlights from the Lawrenceville Cat Crawl

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CP Extra

Six Iconic Pittsburgh Couples

They're Royalty to Us Dammit

Cinco De Derby Was The Place To Be Last Saturday

City Paper's newest signature event had people cheering.

You Could Win $10,000 at Cinco De Derby

Head to the Gaming Tent at Cinco De Derby for your chance to win the SuperSixFecta, a signed Malkin jersey, and much, much more.

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MP3 Monday: Mike Hitt

Mike Hitt is back after a three-year hiatus, with "Eulogy"

MP3 Monday: André Costello and the Cool Minors

André Costello and the Cool Minors' grooving indie rock track is the perfect soundtrack to the birth of summer.

Pittsburghers celebrate May Day with Pittonkatonk festival

Scenes from Pittonkatonk 2018

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Sen. Toomey bill repeals Obama-era anti-discrimination regulation in auto industry

The guidance was meant to ensure racial minorities weren't over charged; Toomey said it threatened auto dealers' ability to negotiate.

The Pennsylvania Republican Party thinks ‘jagoff’ is a profanity

In a tweet, PA GOP blurs out the word "jagoff" as a way to criticize lieutenant-governor nominee John Fetterman and to raise money.

State Rep. Dom Costa, campaigning as ‘progressive’ Democrat, also wants to get on the Republican ballot

Costa, a Democrat, sent out mailers to Republican voters asking them to write-in his name so he can run on the Republican ballot in November.

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