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Hold on to your helmets!

It's time for another Steelers playoff run! So bring on the jingles that attempt to rhyme with Big Ben, Leveon, Antonio and Shazier. Warsh yer tairble tal, and read this review of “Chuck Noll: His Life's Work.”  Noll set the standard that Steelers teams have followed ever since, a recipe that's led to more Super Bowls than any other. And the book? It's a winner, too.

But that's not all. Join us for web-exclusive comics and commentaries by cartoonist Tim Menees, who learned how to “have some fun” from Pittsburgh artist Robert Qualters. And take a minute or two to consider the fascinating blend of words and images in Aaron Fischer's ekphrastic poems paired with mid-​20th century crime photography.  

Go Steelers!

—Doug Heuck, Editor
Setting the Steelers Standards
Setting the Steelers Standards
Noll comes up a winner in “His Life’s Work” by Michael MacCambridge, reviewed by Fred Shaw.
The World Through a Food Truck
The World Through a Food Truck
Ryah’s story is told by Kate Benz in this latest Everyday People.
Painting? Have Some Fun!
Painting? Have Some Fun!
Cartoonist Tim Menees shares his epiphany on how to transition from drawing to painting.
The Art of Lazar Ran
The Art of Lazar Ran
Behind the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh’s original exhibition of rare art from Belarus.
Blending Image and Word
Blending Image and Word
Three ekphrastic poems are artfully paired with Weegee’s mid-​20th century crime photography.
Is Everything That Didn't Work Worthless? Part II
Is Everything That Didn't Work Worthless? Part II
Greg Curtis addresses hedge funds in the face of Federal Reserve policies.

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