With its preposterous plot and beautiful cinematography, “Inferno” is a pleasant-enough ride with Professor Robert Langdon.
Two scripted series made their homes in Pittsburgh for several months in 2016 and will premiere in 2017.
The film about rival gay pornographic movie producers feels authentic but superficial.
The complex will feature a 550-seat main theater, a 200-seat adaptive theater, a 100-seat black box theater and supporting facilities.
Stars Denzel Washington and Viola Davis are featured on the poster for the movie adaptation of August Wilson’s prize-winning play.
‘Captain Fantastic,” and “The Idol” hits store shelves this week.
Prog rock legends nominated for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction are split in two.
Also, news on Kellee Maize, Hillbilly Way, Anti-Flag, the Decade and more.
The 25th annual production of “A Musical Christmas Carol” at the Byham Theater will include design and effects surprises.
The walking dead are returning to Pittsburgh, and you can be among them.
Foods from Pierogies Plus, Butcher on Butler, Emil’s Lounge, Sarafino’s, Primanti’s, Wholey’s and Union Grill will air on “Bizarre Food.”
One of Negan’s victims from the first episode of the season comes to the con at Monroeville Convention Center Dec. 9-11.
The award-winning contributor to National Lampoon, MAD, The New York Times and more will be at the Downtown museum at 7 p.m. Thursday.
A slow going, but compelling entry in the Dublin Murder Squad series.
Art & Architecture
Exhibition is made up of paintings, film, Polaroids, drawings, vivid black and white news photographs and media collages.
Visitors hunt past presidents at The Westmoreland, homeless children sell art, 75 years of Maxo Vanka are celebrated, and two shows open.
Show will include a performance by the Steep Canyon Rangers.
The movie mogul has big plans for his new movie studio.
The PSVR headset provides a range of experiences — from deep-sea exploration, a bank heist or under the mask of Batman.