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With an almost three-decade career, Gorka knows something about longevity...Most of his songs are about love, but also about his experiences in life, which can be relatable for a working-class city like Pittsburgh. If folk is your thing, check out
Cavo, 1916 Smallman St., Strip District. $17-20 (21 and over). www.rawartists.org RAW Natural Born Artists, a monthly showcase with iterations in some 60 cities, holds its first annual Pittsburgh awards show this week. The series is a platform for
Carnegie Museum of Art, 4400 Forbes Ave., Oakland. $11.95-17.95. ALL YOU CAN ART (opening party for Braddock Carnegie Library's Art Lending Collection): 11 a.m.-3 p.m...Free. braddockcarnegie library.org When the 2013 Carnegie International opens
The heat-related outage at the center is due to a malfunctioning underground cable, said Joey Vallarian, spokesman for Duquesne Light. That outage is affecting 200 customers, he said, noting that an additional 100 other customers in the Pittsburgh
Branches of the library citywide offer kids' and teens' programs from storytime and crafting to children's yoga throughout the summer. www.carnegielibrary.org Children's Museum of Pittsburgh . Adventures with Clifford the Big Red Dog , opening May
All six members are experienced artists of some repute locally and beyond. Tom Sarver's "Good & Plenty" (dated 2012, as are all works in the exhibit) is a surreal, meandering doodle unified by a network of vertebrae and tree branches a one-man "
A few pieces might be described as anti-illusions, things that require close looking to perceive them. Jeremy Boyle's "untitled (after charles ray)" (2003) is among the subtlest works, with a white disk spinning atop a white pedestal, and once
THU., NOV. 15 Gilberto Gil is a legend of Brazilian music: In the '60s, he was an innovator of tropicalia music, playing with Caetano Veloso and Os Mutantes. For a time, he was imprisoned by Brazil's military dictatorship, but years later, in the '
On entering, the first work you'll likely notice is Eli Blasko's pile of bricks balanced precariously upon two wooden benches stacked end to end, 12 feet tall and titled "Architecture of the Grandiose Idea." Witty stuff, but perhaps even more
Christopher McGinnis's Greenhouse 1 is structured around relatively complex, yet surprisingly accessible, metaphors of struggling communities, history and hope. This pristine-in-places, messy-in-places installation by Pittsburgh returnee McGinnis,