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1. Local Poet's Debut Collection Akin to Atmospheric Horror Film
Margaret Bashaar's poems offer the reader a dark, dreamlike world in which issues of gender, sexuality and artistic enterprise are put under a sort of mad scientist’s microscope.
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2. Book Review: ‘The Madhouse Effect’
”Right there, we had a prima facie case that we were warming the planet and affecting Earth’s climate system.” The Madhouse Effect
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3. Undercover: 'Breakaway: The Inside Story of the Pittsburgh Penguins' Rebirth'
Andrew Conte weaves a tale as edge-of-your-seat as any thriller, starring such larger than life characters as Mario Lemieux, Don Barden and Ed Rendell.
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4. Undercover: 'The Rustbelt Almanac: Vol. 1'
In this work, the theme of return echoes throughout the work as members of a younger generation move back to the communities where their parents or grandparents grew up.
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5. Book Reviews: ‘We Show What We Have Learned & Other Stories’
Clare Beams leads her audience into a twilight middleground of the dark corners of the imagination in this her debut story collection.
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6. Glory Hayes
As the second-youngest recipient of the National Book Award for Poetry, Terrance Hayes is racking up accolades, yet remaining modest and calm.
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7. 'Early Collected Poems 1965-1992' article 100 %
8. Undercover: 'Building a Better Robot'
Go behind the music at the defunct (and now reborn) Mr. Roboto Project, a venue that welcomed Bright Eyes, Ted Leo and more.
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9. Best of the 'Burgh 2016: Neighborhood Spots
Our editors' FRESH TAKES on our favorite Pittsburgh things, including the best stretch of the Pittsburgh Marathon and a living building.
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10. Undercover: ‘Watch the Doors As They Close’
Passionate writer Karen Lillis’ latest work is funny and full of musings from a relationship that has ended.
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11. Undercover: What We're Reading in May
Reviews of The Drowning Boy’s Guide to Water by Cameron Barnett and Capp Road by Matt Borczon.
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12. Undercover: 'The Amistad Rebellion'
Author Marcus Rediker tells the story of the Amistad by returning the focus to the Africans themselves.
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13. '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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14. Book Reviews: “The Almost Sound of Snow Falling” & “Mother Russia”
“The Almost Sound of Snow Falling” largely is concerned with the notion of masculinity. “Mother Russia” recounts that journey and simultaneously explores the author's relationship to her mother and to motherhood in general.
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15. Pittsburgh's Stellar Lecture Series
The 2016-2017 season, which begins this month, marks a new chapter for Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures.
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16. Book Reviews: ‘Becoming Andy Warhol’
The Warhol in these pages is avid in his desire for fame and success in the moneyed, chi-chi world of fine art, but he is also contemptuous of the arrogant pretensions of the taste-makers (gallery owners, critics, art patrons).
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17. Undercover: ‘Raymond Carver Will Not Raise Our Children’
Pittsburgh native Dave Newman’s latest work is a comedy of bad manners that shows the writer’s evolution from his debut novel.
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18. Book Reviews: Miss Ruffles Inherits Everything, The Abundance
Nancy Martin's latest comic whodunit is a worthwhile summer vacation read.
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19. '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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20. Best of the 'Burgh 2016: Kids & Family
Our editors' FRESH TAKES on our favorite Pittsburgh things, including the best place to go glamping and an intriguing way to "Listen to Your Mother."
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