Rejected cover designs from Pittsburgh City Paper's Animal Issue

Behind-the-scenes of this week's Pittsburgh City Paper cover design

OpenStreetsPGH returns to Downtown Pittsburgh

Photo highlights from OpenStreetsPGH's event in Downtown Pittsburgh

WWE robbed fans at Money in the Bank and rubbed it in on Smackdown

Music writer/wrestling super-fan Meg Fair explains the women's Money in the Bank fiasco

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Listen Up! June 28 Issue

Music from the artists covered in tomorrow's issue, today

What Cheer? Brigade throws the most gracious party you’ll ever be a part of

If you've never seen What Cheer? Brigade, imagine a small army of folks wearing marching-band gear with the biggest smiles on their faces, running through the crowd and crowd-surfing through trumpet solos.

MP3 Monday: The Petals

This week, we're getting a sneak preview of the new album from The Petals.

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Program Notes

ABBEY: In The Red at the August Wilson Center

Dance work with live music honoring Abbey Lincoln concludes premiere run

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Health-care workers, policy experts and politicians question Sen. Toomey’s commitment to opioid epidemic

Sen. Pat Toomey proposed shrinking funds to Medicaid expansion, which advocates say have helped in the battle against the opioid epidemic.

Pittsburgh goes pink to support Planned Parenthood, denounce proposed GOP health-care cuts

A draft of the legislation crafted by Republican senators would defund Planned Parenthood.

John Fetterman says Trump’s Paris withdrawal is more about Somerset County than about Pittsburgh

The Braddock mayor and one-time Senate candidate says progressives should organize better against Trump's messaging.

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