Movie Mondays: “Creepy Communities” at the Row House

Horror can be found anywhere, especially when it comes to films. Summer camps, hotels, amusement parks- some movie has made it into the backdrop...

#LOCALartIs: Shane Mahoney

Shane Mahoney is a photographer snapping lifestyle imagery around the city of Pittsburgh. Mahoney is Recreation Specialist at Washington County Health Center, working with...

Clickbait: The App Expo at 707 and 709 Galleries channels ‘90s nostalgia to reboot...

By Onastasia Youssef The title of the latest exhibit at the 707 & 709 Galleries lives up to its name, promising tech junkies a veritable...

Movie Mondays: The Pittsburgh Children’s Film Festival

Not every film festival is meant to showcase foreign flicks or indie hits. Sometimes, it's more mundane and mainstream- not a bad thing at...

Art in the Airport………

Written by NICHOLAS MANNING All photos provided by Pittsburgh International Airport For some, traveling can feel all too stressful.  For those people plagued by travel anxiety, the...

Battling Inequality through Film: The “Faces” Film Festival Returns for Its 12th Year

For the last twelve years, the Carnegie Mellon International “Faces” Film Festival has screened contemporary world cinema with a mission to promote “cultural exchange...

The Man Behind ‘The Long Walk’: An Interview with Author Brian Castner

In 2012, The Long Walk: A Story of War and the Life That Follows was released. The war memoir, and story of his...

Visit The Abbey for another thriving Open Mic Night Series

On Friday, April 13, the successful Open Mic Night Series at The Abbey on Butler Street, hosted by Corrine Jasmin, will bring another night of...

Ready, Set, Sing: Five Surprising Facts about the Pittsburgh Opera’s New Season

The Pittsburgh Opera recently opened their latest season with Tosca and The Marriage of Figaro was next - but did you know that the...

Movie Mondays: “The Little Hours” at The Hollywood

Nuns and comedy is a tried-and-trued combination, going together as well as peanut butter and banana. Well, maybe not, but the success of musicals...

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