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Our Full 2019 Oscar Predictions

Somewhere beneath all the headlines and controversies, there are actual awards to hand out.

Writer Damon Young on "What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Blacker"

The co-founder of Very Smart Brothas chats about his new memoir — and the state of Pittsburgh.

Makeup Makers: More Beauty Brands are Coming out of Pittsburgh

A pair of local businesses are breaking into the health and beauty business with innovation and tenacity.

Ten Thoughts While Staring at a Golden Eagle

Reflections upon encountering Autumn, a four-year-old golden eagle now residing at the National Aviary.

Our 50 Years: Rules for Dating in Pittsburgh in 1984

We took a serious look at romance. But with advice ranging from making sure restaurants have seductive lighting to the benefits of owning your own mansion, was it really meant to be serious?

The 400-Word Review: Happy Death Day 2U

The horror sequel pivots in unexpected directions, for better and for worse.

The 400-Word Review: Alita: Battle Angel

Producer James Cameron and Director Robert Rodriguez team up for a sci-fi epic depressingly similar to a dozen others.

The 400-Word Review: The Lego Movie 2

The original "Lego Movie" was a welcome surprise. Somehow, the sequel manages to improve on its predecessor.

Landmark Concert Revives Spirituals on the Hill

The Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh and Ebenezer Baptist Church team up for "Let My People Go! A Spiritual Journey on the Underground Railroad."

The 400-Word Review: High Flying Bird

The new Netflix drama doesn't live up to its ambitions, but a game cast keeps it moving.

Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in February

Your 10 best bets for this month.

The 400-Word Review: An Acceptable Loss

Jamie Lee Curtis is worth your attention in a film that is otherwise a mixed bag.

Enjoy a Pittsburgh Happy Hour with a Bunch of Molluscs

The experience will make you feel like you’re in a quiet pub nestled against the Atlantic Coast.

Bridging the Gaps in Pittsburgh's Literary Community

Diversity continues to be the key ingredient as The Bridge Series enters its third season.

Can't Miss Concerts in Pittsburgh in February

On tap this month: Xiu Xiu, Poppy and Three Dog Night.
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