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Fairy tales and future autobiographies abound in Anders Nilsen's and Marc Bell's comics

Bell and Nilsen make an interesting duo. Both are celebrating new releases with a road trip across the East Coast, giving out readings and book signings along the way.

Chromeo plays to adoring crowd at Mr. Small's

The electrofunk duo surpasses expectations with its performance at Mr. Small’s Theatre.

Pirates present quirky works

Last Thursday, the audience was greeted by pirates at the creative writing student reading.

Classic childhood film returns to big screen

Disney fans have celebrated the theatrical re-release of The Lion King, a megahit that still holds records as the highest-grossing 2-D animated film and best-selling animated home video in history.

Wood-Fired Words inspires

Despite the death of Pittsburgh’s beloved Gist Street reading series (in December 2010), a literary event called Wood-Fired Words continues to carry the Gist Street spirit.

Blind Pilot inspires emotion

Although not widely known on the East Coast, Blind Pilot delivers an unbelievably polished, unique, and — most importantly — meaningful sophomore album with their Sept. 13 release, We Are The Tide.

Tales from abroad: Philippines

This summer, a team of students traveled to the Philippines to perform service work.

Advice for awkward people

Learn how to flee the country and how to look classy.


I’m not convinced that all buzzbands are so bad.

Dollar movie

Find out what movies AB Films is playing in McConomy this week.

Did you know?

A study at Duke University discovers which major has the biggest cheaters in academia.


Find out what's happening on campus and around Pittsburgh this week.

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