Dragons, dumplings, and dances
The Pittsburgh Dragon Boat Festival was a celebration of Asian culture and gave locals a taste of the culture and traditions of many Asian countries.
Psychic fair held in Oakland
Ever wondered what a psychic fair was like? Read more to find out.
Anthony Rapp at Purnell
Anthony Rapp visits the School of Drama and chats with students about Rent, his show, Without You, and how to succeed in theater.
International and fantastical
Carnegie Mellon’s School of Drama will put on three productions this semester, representing a thematic departure from traditional university plays.
Quest for a new conductor
The Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic gave its first concert of the 2008 season with a program of Mozart, Bartók, and Rachmaninoff last Wednesday at Carnegie Hall.
A season of hits and misses
Catch a review of the television shows that have premiered and a peek at those that are yet to come.
French Kicks returns to Pittsburgh
Read about French Kicks, an indie band that's returning to Pittsburgh this Tuesday.
Get a quick preview of this week's movies.
Everything you need to know
What to do when the door is slammed in your face, and how to handle the post-BOC/TOC interviews.
Did you know?
Thought being a first-year now was tough? Find out how the froshes were welcomed in the '50s.
High Places may have a haphazard method, but their music forms a cohesive and entertaining whole.
This week's listing of local events, including art, music, film, and more.