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1. 'Burying the Body'
Amid all of the distractions in life, the poems in Christina Murdock’s Burying The Body violently snap us back to reality.
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2. 'Distant Stations'
Distant Stations is in many respects a kind of love letter to these streets of yinz.
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3. 'Early Collected Poems 1965-1992' article 100 %
4. 'Fantasy Camp'
Every year the Pittsburgh faithful celebrate that legendary Game 7 of the 1960 World Series by gathering at the old Forbes Field wall in Oakland. They listen to the original broadcast and cheer anew as Maz wins it for us all over again.
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5. 'If You Live By The Sword': Politics in the Making and Unmaking of a University President
Former IUP president Lawrence K. Pettit's story is compelling and mostly reads like one of those tragicomic novels of academic by Richard Russo.
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6. 'In Search of Mercy'
Michael Ayoob is concerned with mysteries of a more prosaic sort in his debut novel, In Search of Mercy.
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7. 'Lighthead'
In his fourth collection of poems, Lighthead, Terrance Hayes offers incredible insight.
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8. 'Please Don't Shoot Anyone Tonight' article 100 %
9. 'Remembering Pittsburgh: An “Eyewitness” History of the Steel City'
'Remembering Pittsburgh' a fine reminder that the local newspaper is on the scene documenting the life of our region long before the historians ever get around to it.
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10. 'Second Suburb' and 'No Water'
Two recent releases question the legacy of the suburbs to American society.
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11. 'The Archipelago: A Balkan Passage' article 100 %
12. 'The Ones Who Hit the Hardest'
It’s fascinating to revisit a time when the Steelers and Cowboys rivalry was at its fever pitch.
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13. 5 Books Which Make Great Gifts
Consider these titles when holiday shopping.
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14. A 'Complex, Rich' Book about Baseball; A Good-Humored Gift for Dad
Make Dad smile on Father's Day with these tomes on America's pastime and everyone's favorite local everyman.
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15. Add 'Weeds' and 'Spared' to Your Summer Reading List
Zachary J. S. Falck offers a rather a fascinating study of our understanding of what a weed actually is, while local poet Angele Ellis releases her latest collection. Both are worthy of being added to your summer reading list.
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16. All the Write Moves
Local publication 'The New Yinzer' celebrates a decade of literary fun.
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17. Best of Culture: April
As spring officially rolls in, check out the finest local exhibits, lectures, and dance and theater performances.
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18. Best of Culture: April
As spring blossoms, so, too, does our rich arts scene, with its many dance performances, theatrical productions, exhibits and readings.
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19. Best of Culture: August
Our arts editors have assembled a list of this month’s best performances, plays, readings and exhibits.
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20. Best of Culture: August
This month’s finest exhibits, dance, theater, lectures and more.
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