The Post-Gazette spends some time exploring When Skateboards Will Be Free: A Memoir of a Political Childhood, the Iranian-Socialist-Pittsburgh memoir.
One Google’s Street View driver managed to clothesline his car's protruding pole camera with a low bridge outside of Pittsburgh.
In the final presentation of the 2008-2009 Single Voice Reading Series at Allegheny College, writers Mark Doty and Paul Lisicky will read from their work at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14 in the Tillotson Room of Allegheny College's Tippie Alumni Center at Cochran Hall. The program is free and open to the public.
The Pittsburgh City Paper reviews The Hoyt’s Robert Motherwell show.
Tickets for Clarion University students are $15 and are $25 for the public. Tickets are available at the Gemmell Student Complex Information desk. For additional information call (814) 393-2704.
Upcoming Shows of Local Interest:
Anthony Heubel, Brian Morgante, In the Day, and A Voice Like Rhetoric! play Warren (225 Liberty St, Warren PA) Saturday from 7-10 pm.
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