The Foreword

Cover of Wiz Khalifa’s album, named after Allderdice.

Concerts Coming to Pittsburgh This Summer

Anisha Willis, Local News & At Allderdice Editor June 2, 2022

As the weather has begun warming up, and your upbeat summer playlists are defrosting, the springtime also signals the start of concert season. The first real summer since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic,...

John Mulaney performing his Netflix special, Kid Gorgeous at Radio City, in 2018.

Why I Love John Mulaney… and Why You Should Too!

Abigail Naveh, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

On the first day of school, my teacher had us gather in a circle and asked us questions as an ice breaker. The questions varied from what is your favorite color, to what is your favorite movie. Since we...

The HBO documentary, directed by Sam Jones, gives an inside look at the skateboarding legend’s story.

“Until The Wheels Fall Off” Review: Nothing Stops Hawk

Hannah Schwartz, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 18, 2022

The new Tony Hawk documentary Until The Wheels Fall Off begins with shots of the subject (you guessed it) skateboarding, but these are not clips of him in his heyday, though there will be many throughout...

Olivia Rodrgo performing at The Andrew J. Brady Music Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, on April 24, 2022.

Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour Tour: A Review

Alex Kiger, Sports Editor April 28, 2022

I am an unapologetically huge fan of Olivia Rodrigo, so when I was finally able to get tickets (trust me, you don’t want to know the price), I knew it was to be the experience of a lifetime.  So,...

Taylor Swift promoting the release of Red (Taylor’s Version).

Red (Taylor’s Version) Album Review

Maya Beresteanu, Staff Writer January 27, 2022

Taylor Swift released Red (Taylor’s Version) on November 12th, 2021, over 9 years after the original album had been released. It is the second chapter of her Taylor’s Version project, re-releases of...

A poster for the release of the 1957 film 12 Angry Men.

Classic Movies to Bring Into the New Year

Abigail Naveh, Staff Writer January 10, 2022

With the new year comes the possibility of new films making cinematic history. However, looking back at the classic and iconic films that made the cinema what it is today is just as important. Here are...

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is one of the most popular interconnected narratives today, and continues to grow.

Interconnected Narratives are Great (If You are Willing to Put in the Time)

Nate Chinman, Staff Writer January 3, 2022

Storytelling is nothing new. Ranging from tales meant to explain the mysteries of the world to the literary accomplishments of Shakespeare to modern movies, storytelling can take many forms and the practice...

M.L. Rio’s debut novel If We Were Villains is a murder mystery and psychological thriller.

If We Were Villains Is the Perfect Cold-Weather Dark Academia Read

Hannah Schwartz, Arts & Entertainment Editor December 9, 2021

If you are a fan of quill pens, gothic architecture, and striding down a candlelit hall in a dramatic coat, this time of year is probably your favorite. ‘Tis the season for tea, classical music, and...

For a Girl

For a Girl

Lilah George, Guest Artist November 17, 2021

Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian at this years Met Gala.

We Reviewed the Met Gala so You Didn’t Have To

Naomi Segel and Anisha Willis October 22, 2021

The Met Gala is one of, if not the most prominent, exclusive, and iconic event in the fashion industry. Established in 1948, the event serves to fundraise for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute...

The Hollywood Theater, home of Pittsburghs midnight Rocky Horror Screenings.

Late Night Double Feature: Why “Rocky Horror” Is Still Around

Hannah Schwartz, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 15, 2021

A few weeks ago, the world marked forty-six years since the United States release of the longest-running movie of all time-“The Rocky Horror Picture Show”. This campy cult classic has been screened...

Getting into Music: There has Never Been a Better Time

Getting into Music: There has Never Been a Better Time

Nate Chinman June 11, 2021

People have been enjoying music for thousands of years and making it for even longer. Throughout history, music has influenced the lives of countless numbers of people in a variety of ways. Similar to...

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