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2008-07-31 03:00:00

By Mike Seate, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--Something like three seconds had passed after the last gas station attendant posted the $4 per gallon signs, and the chorus began.

2008-07-31 03:00:37

By F.A. Krift, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--When the Rev. John Haney came to St. Gabriel of the Sorrowful Virgin in 1983, the church elementary school charged a $50 book fee for each parish child to attend. Get rid of it, Haney said.

2008-07-31 03:00:35

By Jessica Severs, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--A lot of war shooters take themselves seriously -- war is, after all, a solemn affair. Then there's "Battlefield: Bad Company," which stars a motley squad of miscreants who have yet to be court-martialed.

2008-07-31 03:00:32

By Bonnie Pfister, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--The Allegheny County Airport Authority spent thousands of dollars on Pirates and U.S. Open golf tickets, stays at hotels in Pittsburgh and a farewell party at the Duquesne Club for its former executive director.

2008-07-31 03:00:31

By Ron DaParma, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--Thousands of movies, including original copies of Hollywood cult classics such as "Night of the Living Dead," are long gone, and the stage is set for a new saga at a large, local complex that once housed them.

2008-07-31 03:00:31

By William Loeffler, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--It would be convenient to dismiss Lynne Koplitz as a novelty -- a blonde female comic who looks like she could play on a beach volleyball team.

2008-07-31 03:00:31

By Mark Kanny, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--The loveliest summer concert series in Pittsburgh may be First Fridays at the Frick. It's hardly a secret.

2008-07-31 03:00:31

By Daveen Rae Kurutz, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--The youth will be rocking in West View as the St. Athanasius Church festival adds a new element this weekend.

2008-07-31 03:00:28

By Joe Napsha, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--For the past two years, Sewickley Township cattle farmer Regina Carpenter said she and her husband, Derwyn, have absorbed the rising costs of fuel and feed, but they can no longer afford to hold the line this year.

2008-07-31 03:00:27

By Rick Wills, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--The latest "new urban" development in the North Hills retains the name of the American Indian path that once passed through it.

Word of the Day
  • A person or thing gazed at with wonder or curiosity, especially of a scornful kind.
The 'stock' of 'gazingstock' comes from an Old English word meaning 'tree trunk' or 'wood'.