Arts + Culture

Northside is rich with history of famous artists, national sites, and a lost city that continue to inspire today’s landscape of defining communities and individuals.

Northside publisher, Bridge and Tunnel Books releases first book

The Nova Place-based publisher will release their first book "Two Sides, Three Rivers" in March 2018. By: Nick Eustis   Bridge and Tunnel Books officially began as...

Tripoli Street Bakeyard open for locals until October

Photo by Alyse Horn By Alyse Horn Bakers, movers, shakers; all are welcome at the Tripoli Street Bakeyard, located at the intersection of Tripoli Street and...

Prime Stage Theatre announces show details for 2017-2018 season

Prime Stage Theatre, a Pittsburgh-based organization that presents professionally produced plays based on literary works, will bring three classic works of literature to life...

Alphabet City to host writers from Pittsburgh, Nigeria

Photo of Marc Nieson courtesy of Ayne Terceira By Alyse Horn On 8 p.m. on Friday, December 9, Marc Nieson will be giving a reading from...

New mural captures the heart and spirit of Troy Hill community

“Everyone belongs in Troy Hill.” By Chloe Burkart On Thursday June 28, Troy Hill residents gathered at a block party hosted at Scratch Food & Beverage...

Get Hip Recordings a “change of pace” for Pittsburgh music lovers

Get Hip Recordings in Chateau fosters a community space for up-and-coming musicians and music lovers. By Sophia Mastroianni Kicking off her shoes to reveal red and...

Mattress Factory celebrates 40th birthday in style

Photo by Neil Strebig The museum’s 20th annual Urban Garden Party hosted a sold out crowd. By Neil Strebig This past week the Mattress Factory hosted their...

Pittsburgh’s ‘art car’ starts road trip at Randyland

Amy Scafuri and her daughters are taking their "art car" for a spin through 90-neighborhoods in effort to promote communal arts By: Neil Strebig   A lack...

Weekend events at James Street, April 14-15

Below is the list of the weekend events for Friday and Saturday at James Street Gastropub and Speakeasy. The venue is closed on Sunday...

“Walk on By” exhibit set to debut at the Allegheny Carnegie Library in March...

New locally touring exhibit uses inspired artwork to highlight empathy and encourage residents to not just 'walk on by' when they see a person...