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The 400-Word Review: Green Book

Don't mistake this breezy drama for Oscar material; it's a well-acted holiday ramble, but not much more.

Meet Pitt's Soft-Spoken Professor Who Writes Crime Novels

Writer Kathleen George’s sinister mysteries have created a dark, alternate Pittsburgh. In her latest, however, the heyday of the Hill District is brought to life.

Yes, Virginia, Christmas is Preserved and Restored in Oakmont

The volunteer-run Kerr Museum offers tours on Saturdays — with a festive twist for the holidays.

At Scene75, Be a Kid (or Bring Your Kids)

The entertainment center in Edgewood is a great time with or without little ones.

Fine Art Meets High Fashion at the Carnegie International

With the Carnegie International as the backdrop, we feature work by local fashion designer Elaine Healey, who has been morphing from luxury womenswear to a more “non-binary” style.

The 400-Word Review: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

While Harry Potter diehards will find more than enough sustenance in the sequel, non-devotees may have a rough time following the action.

The 400-Word Review: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Coen Brothers' western anthology is less than the sum of its parts, but it boasts some great tales.

The 400-Word Review: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Melissa McCarthy shines in an unconventional tale.

The 400-Word Review: Outlaw King

In Netflix's historical epic, Braveheart gets another chapter (and an upgrade).

He Wondered If Pittsburgh Could Survive a Disaster – And Then It Did

The reporter who researched and wrote a story about how Pittsburgh might respond to a disaster got the answer much sooner than he anticipated.

The 400-Word Review: Boy Erased

Great performances lift the family drama. But was a better movie left behind?

The 400-Word Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

A good performance keeps the Freddie Mercury biopic from falling completely flat.

Carnegie International Artist Is a Master Builder

Alex Da Corte’s installation at the Carnegie International combines architecture, light, sound and performance — and even Alex as Mister Rogers — with a dash of devilment.

November's Can't Miss Concerts in Pittsburgh

This month features Fleetwood Mac, Saves The Day, Boz Scaggs and Alan Parsons.

Better Than Bowling? Ax Throwing Attracting Fans in Pittsburgh

Amid a wave of competition, Pittsburgh ax-throwing pioneers LumberjAxes expands and refines its game.