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The 400-Word Review: At Eternity's Gate

It's a fair Vincent Van Gogh biopic, but fails to make a strong impression.

At Jergel's, It's Beers and Grub Near Some Rock and Roll

The Warrendale venue makes seeing a show feel like an easygoing night out.

The 400-Word Review: The Possession of Hannah Grace

It's tough to take a setting this creepy and waste it, but this limp possession flick manages to do just that.

Five Essential December Events in Pittsburgh

A creepy Christmas, Cleveland comics and more December happenings.

Pittsburgh’s Top 10 Things to Do in December

Your 10 best bets for this month.

What Defines a Pittsburgh Bar?

Is it a spot for a beer and a shot or one of our nationally lauded establishments on the cutting edge of craft cocktails?

December’s Can’t Miss Concerts in Pittsburgh

This month features Jane Lynch, Brian Wilson, Cat Power and more.

He Gets His Musical Inspiration from a Fellow Son of the Hill

Drummer Jeff “Tain” Watts is taking inspiration from the works of playwright August Wilson –– born a generation prior in the same neighborhood –– to compose a suite of music that reaches into new territory.

Undercover: What We're Reading in December

Five literary options that make great holiday gifts.

December: Best of Culture in Pittsburgh

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

The 400-Word Review: Creed 2

It's not the revelation its predecessor was, but it makes for a perfectly engaging boxing flick.

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.