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VIA Music & New Media Festival celebrates the arts in Pittsburgh

The yearly festival brings an explosion of sights and sounds to the area.

The Crucible bewitches theatergoers

Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama production of The Crucible grabs your attention and holds it tight until long after the house lights have gone up.

CMOA presents 2013 Carnegie International

The 2013 Carnegie International offers a collection of art works from around the world.

Drout presents one lecture to rule them all

Carnegie Mellon alumnus Michael Drout explains the success of The Lord of the Rings

Artist reinterprets classics

Japanese artist Yasumasa Morimura plays with images of cultural icons in his work.

Students begin work on Gandhi mural

Carnegie Mellon OM hosts a mural painting in honor of India's nonviolent visionary.

Sellers discusses face blindness in her work

Writer Heather Sellers has prosopagnosia, or face blindness, a rare disorder that impairs the brain’s ability to recognize faces.

Dollar movie

AB Films presents a both of the hilarious Despicable Me films this Thursday and Friday.

Advice for awkward people

Everything you need to know about being sexiled and avoiding cannibalistic parents.


Check out this week's calendar for arts and cultural happenings in the community.

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