“This is a thing I’ve been trying to put into words forever,” Dr. Jason Mendez says to Dr. Tameka Cage Conley about pain, healing, and the conflict of trauma and joy. In their duologue Redemption: Sons, they have succeeded.
In the rugged Laurel Highlands, a natural mountain spring has been diverted to feed the hatchery operations at Laurel Hill Trout Farm.
In this second part of his Close-Up, Spencer Geer steps into a singer-songwriter role with “Leaving.”
Hidden Hills Dairy owner Lori Sollenberger shows us the process of making Reblochon, a cheese with a crafty medieval backstory.
Guitarist Spencer Greer shares a fluid, rhythmic piece for the guitar that draws from his jazz background.
Buy This Art spotlights local artists and frames Pittsburgh’s art market. Today, a vibrant work from Tate Leone.
For an upcoming show of new work, Seth LeDonne strips paintings down to essentials, focusing on phrases that are intimate, approachable, and often acerbically witty.
For Buy This Art, we feature two works by Kara Skylling, whose precise use of line and color explores pattern and process found in urban landscapes and architecture.
Watch Butterjoint’s Trevett Hooper transform tepary beans into a delectable tempeh burger.
Support a local Pittsburgh artist while coloring in Kim Kardashian’s face.
In Remains, artist Adam Milner has formed a corporeal, archival display of items from his own collection—and from Andy Warhol’s.
Weeks after the election of Donald Trump, we spoke with Mayor Bill Peduto about Pittsburgh’s unclear way forward. Here’s our conversation.
With a distressed pension budget and a Trump presidency mere weeks away, what is the future of fossil fuel divestment for the City of Pittsburgh?