Thin Man Sandwich Shop’s Sherri and Dan Leiphart discuss the restaurant business pre- and post-election.
Pittsburgh violist Ji Young Nam performs a second set of three movements from Bach’s Cello Suites, transcribed for the viola, evoking both stormy and quiet states of mind.
Lindsay Fisher, a professional dancer and educator, is preparing her New Hazlett performance Over Exposed, a program that peels back the curtain on the vulnerable in all of us.
Pittsburgh-area food producers were getting fed up with diminishing opportunities and unfair revenue streams for their labor. Cue Penn’s Corner Farm Alliance.
Layers of colored fabric continually unfold, generating new patterns, textures, and shapes in Hannah Thompson’s “Proxemics.”
Chamber music ensemble NAT 28, less than a year old, is preparing to host its first Pittsburgh Composer’s Project concert. We catch up with artistic director Zoe Sorrell.
Curtis Gamble, chef and partner at Station, discusses how neoliberalism, federal regulations, and climate change impact the restaurant industry.
Matthew Conboy gifts local art to Pittsburgh newborns. For The Glassblock, he shares the details of his Start with Art program’s financials.
A Love Supreme, a performance bridging classical opera and jazz, basked in vocalist Anqwenique Wingfield’s confidence.
Composer Laura Kaminsky and artist Rebecca Allan discuss nature, political art, and the Pittsburgh Opera’s upcoming performance of Kaminsky’s As One.