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Perspectives: The Big Pittsburgh Lie

Writer Damon Young says the Steel city is masquerading as a paragon of inclusion.

The 400-Word Review: The House With a Clock in its Walls

Jack Black stars in a family-friendly horror flick that isn't afraid to scare its young viewers.

‘Sometimes I'm Happy’ – The Life of Singer Jill Corey

Born in a tiny Westmoreland County town, Jill Corey became a star for Columbia Records in the 1950s. But after a series of hits, a love affair with Frank Sinatra and marriage to famed Pirate third baseman Don Hoak, her life took an unexpected twist.

Knights of the Flat Screen – Pittsburgh's Video Game Champs

Founded by a pair of Pittsburgh natives, the Knights are a professional esports franchise whose players participate in video game competitions in front of millions of fans in person and online.

How to Enjoy a Haunted House

Don't get to Halloween attractions much anymore? You might be doing it wrong.

The Best Bars in Pittsburgh (If You are a Coach for the Steelers)

After the past few years, we need to issue some guidelines for Steelers coaches out on the town.

The 400-Word Review: The Predator

The latest visit to the action franchise is a noble try, but ultimately a bit of a mess.

Dennis Hopper's Lost Opus Arrives in Pittsburgh, 47 Years Late

A follow-up to "Easy Rider," "The Last Movie" is a beautiful, if bizarre, piece of film history.

There's a Bizarre Secret Lurking Behind a Cranberry Bar

The North Park Lounge Cranberry is a reliable suburban gathering place. Then you head out back.

The 400-Word Review: Peppermint

The knockoff revenge flick starring Jennifer Garner is unimpressive. It's also deeply offensive.

The 400-Word Review: The Little Stranger

There are chills in this gothic horror, but only if you're willing to go along with them.

Five Essential September Events in Pittsburgh

Songwriter swan songs, stunning scifi and other September soirees.

Undercover: What We're Reading in September

Reviews of "Bullets into Bells" and "American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin" as well as upcoming literary events.

It's a Brave New World for Pittsburgh Public Theater

Marya Sea Kaminski comes to Pittsburgh Public Theater as the first woman to hold the role of artistic director — and she’s ready to start a party.

Take to the Trails and Beyond for a Last Bit of Summer

PM Nightlife Editor Sean Collier details a pair of outings that will give you an easy bike ride to an open-air destination.