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 Writer Jesse Andrews attends the premiere of "Me & Earl & the Dying Girl" at the Sundance Film Festival.
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Writer Jesse Andrews attends the premiere of "Me & Earl & the Dying Girl" at the Sundance Film Festival.

'Me & Earl' lights up Sundance Film Festival

“Me & Earl & the Dying Girl” picks up a partner for worldwide distribution after receiving rapturous reviews from early critics at Sundance.


 Murrysville's Maddie Ziegler is only 12 but has been performing in high-profile music videos. Maddie, left, danced with Denna Thomsen on "Saturday Night Live" on Jan. 17 with Sia, right, singing "Elastic Heart."

From Sia videos to 'Dance Moms,' Murrysville dancer steps into pop culture fame

Murrysville’s Maddie Ziegler is on her toes as dance takes her around the world.



He's trapped, but he's nobody's prisoner: 'The Last Escaper' by Peter Tunstall

Mr. Tunstall attempts to set the record straight about his legendary captivity in World War II



Cuddle in the huddle: 'City of Champions' by Chloe T. Barlow

Pittsburgh’s most successful romance writer returns with the second installment of her popular “A Gateway to Love” series.


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