Thirty years ago, Mick Luber bought an idyllic piece of land in Cadiz, Ohio. Now, fracking threatens the future of his organic Bluebird Farm.
Pittsburgh, PA: The second-largest city in Pennsylvania. 484 Pittsburghia: An asteroid.
“Please stand by… We’re robotic now, so…”
On Wednesday, September 14, The Warhol’s Sound Series presented Yo La Tengo and Lambchop at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
“We need more positive stories in the news.”
Percussionist Cecil Washington presents the concluding sections of the four-part investigation into Latin, Caribbean, and African rhythms called “Rhythm University.”
“Black paper, hung in front of black walls, with thousands of tiny, tiny pins sticking out”: David Bernabo and Natalia Gomez in conversation review one piece from Sarika Goulatia’s current exhibition at the PCA.
Percussionist Cecil Washington presents the first section of “Rhythm University.”
Q: What member of Pittsburgh City Council has never seen “Star Trek”?
Nikki Allen reads two poems, “abandoning the fear of being left behind” and “in love.”
Acclaimed restaurateur Lidia Bastianich cooks two dishes using leftover ingredients.
Poet Nikki Allen reads “for the get-gone.”
The Object is a hyper-specific art-experience review-via-dialogue—a focus on one particular piece of art out of a larger exhibition. David Bernabo and artist Natalia Gomez begin with what’s essentially a miniature museum of curiosities.