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The star of Discovery Channel’s “Amish Mafia,” Levi Stoltzfus has pulled the curtain back on Amish life with his book “Amish Confidential.”
A succinct and colorful chronicle of the Wright brothers and the invention of the era of manned flight.
Two laconic bikers brawl across America in Lee Maynard’s new novel.
Author J.C. Hallman documents his literary obsession with the writer Nicholson Baker.
Nearly 100 years after his birth, Orson Welles endures a sharp rise to fame and sharp fall from Hollywood grace to ultimately stay on top.
The exhibition starts at the beginning, with a page by Jack Kirby of the Marvel superheroes’ first appearance.
Clyde B. Jones III, who’s moving to New York, will step down as president of the Pittsburgh Opera board at the end of June.
River City Brass Band, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and IonSound Project are in town.
After a year hiatus, the contemporary dance festival is back and will showcase emerging and established artists from Pittsburgh and beyond.
“Broadway Showstoppers,” the season finale for the cabaret series, also features Cady Huffman, Alton Fitzgerald White and Mandy Gonzalez.
Questions answered about “Downton Abbey,” “Doc Martin,” WEPA and the Tuned In podcast.
Former Steeler Hines Ward marches back into the “Dancing With the Stars” spotlight.
Elif Shafak’s novel is an exquisitely realized historical yarn of the Ottoman Empire
Mary Costello’s mesmerizing debut novel follows Tess from her childhood in Western Ireland through her experiences in post-9/11 New York.
The Dublin-born actor is joining a legion of others from the Emerald Isle who have won over American audiences.
Jazz, soul, blues singer Madeleine Peyroux began her music career on the streets of Paris busking for euros.
The project became heated last fall after Chautauqua Institution acknowledged that it planned to demolish the structure and build a replica.
The great Pittsburgh photographer’s love for steel and chrome zooms through a new exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” director Joss Whedon discusses the film.
North Huntingdon native Vince Voron last week won a Daytime Emmy for the short animated film “Silent.”