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The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

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The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The Warhol Museum is currently honoring Tally Brown, a singer and actress of the New York underground performance scene of the ’60s and ’70s, and her affiliation with Warhol with an exhibit that runs through October.

Warhol Museum brings Tally Brown into the spotlight

By Anna Ligorio, Senior Staff Writer February 12, 2021
Long, voluminous curls of a black wig cascade down the shoulders of a mannequin while operatic singing plays loudly in the background on the sixth floor of the Andy Warhol Museum.
Matt Maielli

Warhol welcomes Mali rockers Songhoy Blues

By Matt Maielli / Staff Writer April 13, 2016

Despite escaping violent oppression in the band’s native Mali, Songhoy Blues doesn’t make mournful music. The Andy Warhol Museum hosted the Mali blues band, Songhoy Blues, Tuesday night as part of...

13 Most Wanted Men revives censored, cynical Warhol mural

’13 Most Wanted Men’ revives censored, cynical Warhol mural

By Richard Koppenaal / Staff Writer November 3, 2014

In April 1964, Andy Warhol debuted his famous “13 Most Wanted Men” mural at the World’s Fair in New York. Just a few days later, it was painted over.The World’s Fair organizers and Gov. Nelson...

This Weekend…: Sept. 25

By The A&E Staff September 24, 2014

Friday, Sept. 26Cloud Nothings with Shaky ShrinesWilliam Pitt Union Assembly RoomTime: 8:00 p.m.Admission: $12 advance / $15 at doorThe WPTS annual fall show brings Cloud Nothings and their aggressively...

Panther Card every Pitt student’s pass to free entertainment

By Jack Trainor / Staff Writer May 28, 2014

Getting around in a big city can be confusing for a lot of students, especially freshmen who are leaving a small town for the first time. Here’s a piece of advice: Keep your student ID (Panther Card)...

Small venues foster both rising national and local talent

By Shawn Cooke / A&E Editor May 28, 2014

Though Mr. Small’s Theater and the Altar Bar might seem like small rooms in comparison to the mammoth spaces of Consol Energy Center and First Niagara Pavilion, both the roughly 500-person capacity venues...

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