Vol. 24, No. 17
In a Bind: Arbitration gives officers a method of fighting termination, but what recourse does the public have when they're rehired?
"By the time the process is over, no one is disciplined unless they're sitting in jail."
By Alex Zimmerman
Food for Thought: Social justice and environmental issues intersect at MOSAIC convergence
"People who care about one [issue] should sort of care about the other as well."
By Bill O'Driscoll
Calling the Question: Point Park adjuncts eyeing summer unionization vote
"We think winning here is inevitable."
By Chris Potter
Off the Hook
A fine-dining fish restaurant from the founders of Monterey Bay lands in the North Hills
By Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth
Reid's Fresh Express food truck helps bring healthful fare to suburban office workers
"That's the target market and I believe one that's underserved."
By Charlie Deitch
Beers of the Burgh Festival celebrates hometown brewing
The festival exclusively celebrated Western Pennsylvania beer, drawing more than 1,000 people to sample beer from 30-plus breweries and homebrew clubs
By Hal B. Klein
"Secret Cinema" combines mystery movie with cinematically inspired art
Hollywood Theater hosts Bill Murray-themed event
By Gwendolyn Kiste
I wanted to see how things die outside my house.
Wye Oak hangs up the guitar for bass and synth on new record
"If all we could do is be a guitar band doing neo-folk, I don't think we'd still be a band. I think we would've just called it a day."
By Andy Mulkerin
Aimee Mann and Ted Leo unite as The Both
"If I start the stem of a song and hand it to him, it always comes back having gone in a very interesting direction, one that I never would have thought of."
By Margaret Welsh
DJ Afterthought makes local hip-hop moves with Elevator Music team
He's also a minority partner of Daily Bread, a clothing line often sported by Mac Miller
By Seth Pfannenschmidt
Critics' Picks: April 23 - 29
Local shows from Wolf Eyes, The Werks, Deerhoof and M.I.A.
On the Record with Robert Glasper
"If you're not an actual jazz musician, I can tell by the first measure that you play."
By Mike Shanley
Alarum Theatre's Slowly
Ever-oscillating emotions bring a devastating dilemma into sharper focus
Carnegie Mellon Drama's Lives of the Saints
David Ives's interestingly nutty concepts are marred by flat jokes and flabby writing
By Ted Hoover
With his novel approach to neuroscience and perception, renowned choreographer Wayne McGregor and Random Dance return to Pittsburgh
"There are different types of images: acoustic, kinesthetic."
By Steve Sucato
A sci-fi thriller about a super-smart machine has a provocative premise but fails to deliver
By Al Hoff
Under the Skin
An attractive alien is the locus for this sci-fi-ish meditation on being human
Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival
A slate of more than two dozen recent Asian and Asian-American films
Finding Vivian Maier
A new documentary looks at Chicago nanny who was also a prolific street photographer
What do you get when you combine Dungeons & Dragons and improv comedy?
Knights of the Arcade is a good way to die.
By Angela Suico
Lynn Cullen Live 04/29/14
Audio & Video Archive
Lynn Cullen Live 04/23/14
Lynn Cullen Live 04/24/14
Lynn Cullen Live 04/25/14
Lynn Cullen Live 04/28/14
A time when everyone will have a few incriminating images circulating online is quickly coming.
Short List: April 25 - May 1
New dance at Point Park Connections; Downtown's Spring Gallery Crawl; the 17th annual Art All Night; Philip Glass' opera Orphée; Risk!-y storytelling; and a birthday party for August Wilson
Assemble Day Camp: Monsters
Fri., Oct. 18, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Audio & Video Archive
More Lynn Cullen Live
Bike Pittsburgh counted 123 vehicles parked in city bike lanes yesterday
By Ryan Deto
Pitt paper shows parking spaces near East Liberty busway station are under utilized by 30 percent
Finding the freedom to 'f*ck like an animal'
By Jessie Sage
SEIU Healthcare labor union endorses independent DA candidate Lisa Middleman
By Elise Lavallee