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Making waffles, creating community

With a newly refurbished interior and prime location in a revitalized area of East Liberty, the Waffle Shop is a cheery restaurant and talk show platform.

Tales from abroad: Spain

During my seven-week stay, which included six weeks of class and one additional week of travel with family, I learned a lot — and not just in academics.

Death row inmates’ creativity unshackled

Opportunity and freedom are taken away from death row inmates, but Kristen Lukiewski and Reina Takahashi give Pennsylvania inmates a chance to express their creativity.

Movin’ Out takes Benedum by storm

Billy Joel’s Movin’ Out reinvents the way musicals are put together.

Café brings exotic cuisine home

Taiwan Café, located on the corner of Forbes Avenue and Oakland Avenues, serves non-Americanized Chinese food.

Redefining hot topics

One of the few men in today’s sports media who offers his honest opinion about all things sports is Will Leitch, who has recently written the book God Save the Fan.

Minnesotans face the sun

Many bands can thank the blogosphere for their 15 minutes of fame, but Tapes ’n Tapes still seem a bit dumbfounded by the whole thing.

International film festival gets reel

The third annual Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival, Faces of Realism, began with a bang on Thursday with the showing of Paolo Sorrentino’s Il Divo.

Did you know?

Find out how past years have handled budget cuts and tuition increases.

Everything you need to know

Get advice about ignoring blogs and spending chanced upon cash.

Paperhouse

Let’s pretend it didn’t happen. That it just… didn’t. Don’t get me wrong, it was a good documentary and all.

Calendar

MONDAY03.02.09 The Drue Heinz Lectures: Billy Collins. Carnegie Music Hall. 7:30 p.m. The Airborne Toxic Event. Mr. Small’s Theatre and Funhouse. 7 p.m. TUESDAY03.03.09 Steve...

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