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Get ready for Spring Carnival

Your guide to Midway this weekend

Fellner delivers refreshing reading

Steve Fellner welcomed the audience to come closer to hear him read selections from his first book of poems, Blind Date With Cavafy, as well as newer poems.

A spotlight on Pittsburgh comics artist Wayne Wise

Pittsburgh is a comics town. With three annual comic conventions, six comics shops, and a whole museum dedicated to comics, Pittsburgh absolutely loves comics.

Next to Normal falls short of expectations

The biggest disappointment was that, although this was a Tony- and Pulitzer-winning musical, it fell short on many levels.

Explosions in the Sky hypnotize

Leaving Stage AE, there was no doubting that every person in that room had been changed by that performance.

Bibio makes new sounds

Wilkinson’s Bibio project has seen a fair share of success. That being said, there have been many ups and down in his discography career.

Everything you need to know

Ah, Carnival, that magical time of year when Carnegie Mellon becomes a normal college.


At first glance, Yelle seems like a quaint, seemingly-vapid-yet-gorgeous-skinny-French-Euro-Electro-Pop princess that rocks the airwaves, clubs, and computer speakers on both sides of the Atlantic.

Did You Know?

25 years ago, Carnegie Mellon students received a free concert from MTV.


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