History goes the “Army Wives” route with Navy SEAL drama intended to star Joe Manganiello; “Full Frontal” prepares for Trumpocalypse.
“Factory Installed” exhibitions feature new media, new technology and new perspectives, both concrete and cerebral, at the North Side
Art historian “is really interested in the spaces that haven’t been talked about in Warhol’s practice.”
“Tennison” on PBS’s “Masterpiece” introduces a young Jane Tennison played by a new actress.
Magicians Francis Menotti and David London and guitarists Lee Ranaldo and Steve Gunn are some of the arts on tap this week.
Charlie Ross beeps, shuffles and whines — think Luke Skywalker — through the hour-long show.
The renowned rockabilly and western swing musician owed his long career to a fateful coin toss in 1959.
The musicians of the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra and the Chautauqua Institution agreed to a four-year contract.
This election cycle there was no knock on PBS but the public broadcaster continues to make the case for federal support.
Kurt Angle’s list of accolades just got longer as WWE announced Monday that he will be a member of the 2017 class of the WWE Hall of Fame.
In “A Really Good Day,” Ayelet Waldman writes about using teeny-tiny doses of LSD to manage mood swings.
Michael Lewis looks at psychologists who collaborated on a theory about why humans systemically make mistakes in uncertain situations.
Art & Architecture
Magicians, music and children’s events are all on the calendar for the coming weekend.
“ENCORE...Back Inside the Artists’ Studios” returns to GalleriE CHIZ, Shadyside, with artist demonstrations and discussions through Feb. 24.
Mt. Lebanon native and Steelers fan Joe Manganiello went on social media to declare victory over Henry Cavill and his Kansas City Chiefs.
Earlier this month, the man known on the wrestling circuit for his dives was found not competent to stand trial in a 1983 death.
Evancho on performing at inauguration: 'If people are going to hate on me it's for the wrong reason'
The new puzzle game by Pittsburgh’s Schell Games, set in the style of a ’60s-era spy drama, hits the bull’s-eye.
For owners of Elite controllers, Scuf accessories provide more customization options to an already stellar product.