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The movies that are playing in Pittsburgh –– and, more importantly, whether or not they're worth your time.
The 400-Word Review: Skyscraper

The 400-Word Review: Skyscraper

If you want "Die Hard" with half the brains but three times the building, the new Dwayne Johnson flick will do a passing job.

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The 400-Word Review: The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter

The 400-Word Review: The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter

The Netflix exclusive Josh Brolin flick is pleasant enough, but light on laughs.

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The 400-Word Review: The First Purge

The 400-Word Review: The First Purge

The prequel to the horror series has plenty to say. It's just no good at saying it.

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The 400-Word Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp

The 400-Word Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp

The latest Marvel flick is pretty good, even if it does disrupt the flow of the series' big story.

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The 400-Word Review: Sicario: Day of the Soldado

The 400-Word Review: Sicario: Day of the Soldado

The unexpected sequel has its merits, but it may not be worth subjecting yourself to it.

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The 400-Word Review: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

The 400-Word Review: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

The fifth "Jurassic Park" film is fun. Empty, somewhat disappointing fun.

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The 400-Word Review: Won't You Be My Neighbor?

The 400-Word Review: Won't You Be My Neighbor?

The documentary about Fred Rogers' work and philosophy inspires even more wonder about the television legend who called Pittsburgh home.

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The 400-Word Review: Ocean's 8

The 400-Word Review: Ocean's 8

The spinoff to the early-2000s heist series is nothing if not mediocre.

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The 400-Word Review: Upgrade

The 400-Word Review: Upgrade

It's a passable future-shock thriller, but nothing to write home about (or rush to see).

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The 400-Word Review: Adrift

The 400-Word Review: Adrift

Shailene Woodley is lost at sea. Unfortunately, so is the script to this drama.

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Find the Devil in Gallery D at the Carnegie International

Find the Devil in Gallery D at the Carnegie International

The 57th Carnegie International is now open, and with it the premiere of Alex Da Corte's "Rubber Pencil Devil."

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Tango in the Taproom on Tuesdays

Tango in the Taproom on Tuesdays

North Side pub will offer Tango Tuesdays where you can move to the music and take some dance lessons.

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The Black Cat Market is Pittsburgh's Newest Cat Cafe

The Black Cat Market is Pittsburgh's Newest Cat Cafe

Co-owners Olivia Ciotoli and Indigo Baloch opened the Lawrenceville location to provide a venue for animal interactions for those without the ability to keep pets themselves.

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412 Food Rescue Expands Its Classes on Cooking Surplus Food

412 Food Rescue Expands Its Classes on Cooking Surplus Food

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The 5 Best Places to Shop If You Have a Green Thumb

The 5 Best Places to Shop If You Have a Green Thumb

Hone your gardening skills at these top Pittsburgh-area nurseries, garden centers and shops.

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The 5 Best Movie Theaters in Pittsburgh

The 5 Best Movie Theaters in Pittsburgh

A movie-going experience is about more than just the movie. PM Film Critic Sean Collier takes a break from movie reviews and shares the best spots for cocktails, classics and comfort.

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Phantom Fright Nights is Creepy, Essential Kennywood

Phantom Fright Nights is Creepy, Essential Kennywood

The Halloween attraction turns the playful park sinister in delightful ways.

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What Lurks in the ScareHouse Basement?

What Lurks in the ScareHouse Basement?

Venturing into the popular haunt's extreme, underground attraction.

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A weekly look at the games people are playing and the people who are playing them.
Shazier, Steelers Return to Cincinnati Still Seeking a Happy Ending

Shazier, Steelers Return to Cincinnati Still Seeking a Happy Ending

Sunday's return to Paul Brown Stadium will be the Steelers' first trip back since last December when linebacker Ryan Shazier went down and stayed down. But this time he’ll be back on the sideline with his team, and most significantly he’ll be back on his feet.

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Pens Want to Send Early Message, More Will be Necessary

Pens Want to Send Early Message, More Will be Necessary

The Pens open the season against three teams that have a legitimate shot at hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup nine months from now.

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The movies that are playing in Pittsburgh –– and, more importantly, whether or not they're worth your time.
The 400-Word Review: First Man

The 400-Word Review: First Man

"First Man" manages to capture the awe that landing on the moon should — and all but guarantees Ryan Gosling an Oscar nomination.

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The 400-Word Review: A Star is Born

The 400-Word Review: A Star is Born

The high-profile remake is a good, old-fashioned movie musical with a lot to offer.

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Everything you need to know about getting married in Pittsburgh today.
Love and the Law: This Couple's Professor Nailed It

Love and the Law: This Couple's Professor Nailed It

When Julia Conley and Scott Scheinberg's law school professor predicted two people in the class would end up married to one another, they never imagined it would be them.

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A Cake So Nice It Doesn’t Need to Be Iced

A Cake So Nice It Doesn’t Need to Be Iced

The “naked cake” seems to be here to stay.

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Weekly inspiration for your home from the editors of Pittsburgh Magazine
Discover Wilkinsburg's Sacred Spaces on New Tour

Discover Wilkinsburg's Sacred Spaces on New Tour

Curated by artist Jennifer Chenoweth, the tour highlights the historic sights and sounds of Wilkinsburg, including churches, mosques and other historic buildings.

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An Open Door to Pittsburgh's Architectural Treasures

An Open Door to Pittsburgh's Architectural Treasures

Founded two years ago by Bonnie Baxter, Doors Open Pittsburgh gives participants a behind-the-scenes look at some of the city's most interesting buildings and homes.

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