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Skull Fest returns for its 10th annual iteration

Skull Fest returns for its 10th annual iteration

More than 60 bands will play 11 shows across town this weekend

Nardo Says is still making music

Pittsburgh-based rapper, producer, and singer returned this summer with his most thoughtful, charismatic, mature record to date

Q&A with Francesco Lecce-Chong, departing associate conductor for Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

“I never felt an orchestra just dive into something with that much bravado before.”

‘90s nostalgia galore as Sugar Ray comes to town

Sugar Ray will headline the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta’s main stage

After years of failed attempts, I saw Radiohead and it was good

Legendary British band’s return to Pittsburgh prompts Alex Gordon to recall how his life-long Radiohead drought ended while studying abroad.

Lucy Dacus talks soft music and falling asleep during the mile run

“I’m learning a lot from people who can do more by doing less”

Folk musician Dom Flemons tackles the legacy of the black cowboy

The world typically understands American cowboys as brave (white) men conquering the Wild West, erasing the presence of others

The Prince Project strives to take fans back to the 1980s

Founder Michael Lesko and impersonator DaVaughn Weber met at the right time, and now the Prince Project is one of the leading tribute bands around

Grab a margarita and a “Cheeseburger in Paradise” in advance of Jimmy Buffett show

Try a pineapple habanero margarita with chicken wings, or down a cranberry pomegranate version with a loaded burger

Cool Like Dat to bring local black musicians together in Market Square

Four black artists will perform during the June 23 edition of the Downtown Sound Music Series

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