“Even the temp agent in her matching separates couldn’t believe we’d come ‘out of the blue’: ‘No one moves here, they just move back here.’ But there have always been people passing through.”
Indie rock trio The Lampshades have been creating music together for more than a decade. Still in the midst of finishing their fifth full-length album Astrology, today they’re premiering a single and an accompanying B-side.
Master musician Jeff Berman performs the solo baritone dulcimer piece “Broken Teapot.”
How much does it really cost to create a documentary film series in Pittsburgh? David Bernabo opens up his ledger to kick off a new feature called The Cost of Doing Business.
Musician Jeff Berman probes the possibilities of the dulcimer and baritone dulcimer.
In this occasional column, local arts expert Sage Spencer answers your questions about the Pittsburgh art world.
Within this sanctioned circle of hyper-focused play in a North Hills escape room, we formed a new bond.
“If there is no process in it, it doesn’t feel like work,” says artist Sarika Goulatia on her labor-intensive studio practice.
The garden is a giant surprise party—it’s the present I wanted and then got and then got again from three different people.
What is it about our vowel sounds that sets Pittsburgh apart? Linguist Barbara Johnstone digs into monophthongization, the fronted /o/, and the low-back merger.