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PigPen Theatre impresses audiences around nation

PigPen Theatre Company, made up of Carnegie Mellon drama students, received the honor of "overall excellence in a production" at the New York City International Fringe Festival.

School of Seven Bells brings dreamy sounds

School of Seven Bells, along with three Pittsburgh bands, performed at Mr. Small’s Theatre last Friday.

Decemberists' new album surprises fans

The Decemberists proved that they can not only embrace change, but also excel at it.

The King’s Speech documents touching journey

Less a film about the lives of royalty than a story of one man’s personal courage, The King’s Speech seeks to humanize the royal family.

Mattress Factory provokes thought

Queloides: Race and Racism in Cuban Contemporary Art brings Cuban art to Pittsburgh.

Tales from Washington, D.C.

The author recounts her time interning and taking classes at Georgetown University through the Washington Semester Program.

Chevalier brings fossil hunter to life

The author of Girl With a Pearl Earring brings readers into the true story of Mary Anning, a 19th century fossil hunter.

Everything you need to know

If you find yourself with new super powers, the Hoskin brothers know how to help.

Did you know?

Read about WRCT’s historical dedication to preserving music.


The author laments the way iPods can block out nature’s soundtrack to life.


Find out what is happening in Pittsburgh this week.

Dollar Movie

This week, Activities Board presents four movies about cops and robbers.

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