With the Broadway revival of “Chicago” heading out on tour, “Chaperone” is the conservatory theater’s choice as its March show.
Murrysville’s Maddie Ziegler continues her climb up the international entertainment ladder.
Supporters of the landmark drive-in came out Monday night to oppose the proposed construction plan.
Say what you will about LeAnn Rimes and her real-life dramas, on stage her voice trumps the tabloid attacks.
After a frenzied auction, the Simon & Schuster imprint Gallery Books paid more than $8 million for Amy Schumer’s second attempt at a book.
Joe Bob Briggs will appear at the Dormont for a screening of 1986 horror flick “Trick or Treat.”
The vocal quartet Anonymous 4 shows they’re quitting while they’re ahead in last Pittsburgh concert, presented by Renaissance and Baroque.
Chamber Music Pittsburgh opens season with Emerson String Quartet, FUSE@PSO features Coldplay, “The Forgotten History of Pittsburgh Jazz.”
With “Samyoga: An Ode to Love,” the troupe officially opened the Cultural Trust’s six-week festival on Saturday at the Byham Theater.
“Off The Record XV: ’Burgh Man!” dishes up fun at the expense of the Pittsburgh region’s newsmakers.
Rob Owen answers questions about NFL highlight clips on local TV stations and another new local TV news set that’s in the offing.
Alicia is out on her own again and makes a new friend while Eli faces a new political foe on the seventh season premiere of the CBS drama.
“This Angel on My Chest” comprises 16 short stories Ms. Pietrzyk wrote after her first husband died from a heart attack at age 37.
The author of “Carry On” discusses writing the much-anticipated novel, a fantasy novel featuring a romance between two male characters.
What's so funny (about being funny)? 'Sick In The Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy' by Judd Apatow
Oscar and Tony award-winning actress Marcia Gay Harden is back on television in the CBS medical drama “Code Black.”
Not so “Fluffy” after a 100-pound weight loss, comedian Gabriel Iglesias hasn’t lost any of his sense of humor.
Art & Architecture
Large solo exhibitions of work by Kevin Kutz and Kathleen Zimbicki at Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Loretto reveal artists’ lives.
The exhibit is titled “We Live Here.” Pieces will be auctioned tonight at an event at 21st Street Coffee and Tea.
Hillary Clinton will appear on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, according to People magazine.
Jim Carrey’s on-and-off girlfriend Cathriona White died Monday in an apparent suicide.
The arcade grows up with old and new games in a social club atmosphere on East Carson Street.
“The Taken King” expansion to “Destiny” improves on the game’s content and tone.