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The 400-Word Review: Ready or Not

Don't mistake this for another half-hearted teen scream. "Ready or Not" is an enjoyable horror satire.

Don't Let Headlines Keep You Away from the South Side

The weekend volcano went off on East Carson on Saturday night. That doesn't mean the neighborhood has a fundamental problem.

Mt. Lebanon to be Focal Point of Pittsburgh Art World

Art may be the star of the sixth-annual Mt. Lebanon Artists’ Market, but the supporting cast makes it a worthy visit.

What's Your Favorite Happy Hour?

After Dark wants to know about your preferred spot for after-work drinks and deals.

The 400-Word Review: Good Boys

This raunchy comedy isn't just funny — it's surprisingly sweet.

Enjoy Fall in the Great Outdoors of Pennsylvania

From fall festivals, animal adventures, hiking and more – the options are endless.

The 400-Word Review: Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Dora's in high school now, but her first feature is still for younger viewers only.

The 400-Word Review: The Art of Racing in the Rain

A good dog is the only redeeming quality of this detestable tearjerker.

The 400-Word Review: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

The long-running series moves into pure fantasy with its first spinoff. That's a good thing.

Five Essential August Events in Pittsburgh

Seasoned sketch, skacore sounds and more August happenings.

The 400-Word Review: The Farewell

Awkwafina stars in one of the year's best films, a remarkable family dramedy from writer/director Lulu Wang.

Quick Review: Luz

Luz, an indie horror effort from Germany, is probably only for the most dedicated horror fans. It's an impressive debut, however.

Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in August

Your 10 best bets for this month include Rock, Reggae & Relief, Shawn Mendes and a Party at the Pier.

The 400-Word Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino's ninth film sees the filmmaker finally turn his lens on Hollywood itself.

The 400-Word Review: Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am

The stellar documentary about the lauded author is a master class in her work and impact.

Great Family Movies From Far and Wide at Row House

The Pittsburgh International Children's Festival offers a variety of programming for kids (and a few throwback favorites for parents).

Nightlife: Theme Nights at PNC Park and Video Star

At PNC Park, there's a night for just about everybody in August, including your favorite four-legged fan.

Era of Cool: See The Art of John Van Hamersveld

Head to The Westmoreland Museum of American Art for a dose of pop culture and a ’60s throwback.

Can't Miss Concerts in Pittsburgh in August

This month's lineup includes the The Iguanas, The B.B. King Blues Band and Jill Sobule.

August 2019: Best of Culture in Pittsburgh

Check out some of the finest plays, dance performances and exhibits taking place this month in Pittsburgh.

What We're Reading in August

Two recent and very different books share in the conviction that writers must take a good look at the world around them and report what they have witnessed.

The 400-Word Review: The Lion King

Despite a great voice cast, the new version of "The Lion King" was a bad idea from the start.

Perspectives: A Big Life

A former newspaper reporter's assignment leads to a lifelong friendship with a man who battled a food addiction.

Our 50 Years: Why This Movie Landed on Our Cover

Hollywood could be found on the Mon, quite literally, in 1993 — leading to some fawning coverage of the mostly forgotten (but very, very Pittsburgh-centric) action flick “Striking Distance.”

George S. Kaufman’s Sensational Scandal

The Pittsburgh-born playwright made tabloid headlines in the 1930s. (it didn’t slow him down a bit.)
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