The sequel to Kathleen Shoop’s “The Last Letter,” titled “The Road Home,” continues the Arthur family saga.
Author explains how four of the Founding Fathers helped forge a nation in “The Quartet: Orchestrating the Second American Revolution.”
The book by Tim Weiner presents a fascinating look at America’s most troubled president.
John Massari plays taps at military funerals next to a device that plays a digital recording. What happens when the live buglers are gone?
Theatergoers get immersed in the action with D-Box MFX Cinema Systems.
Pittsburgh’s Silk Screen Film Festival will open with “Theeb,“ close with “Miss India America” and showcase 30 Asian features July 10-19.
Elvis fans can get a greatest hits “Elvis Forever” CD with a new commemorative stamp of the King of Rock ’n’ Roll.
Artist talks, Smokey Robinson, soprano Charlene Canty and pianist Larry Allen and comedian Doug Benson are on the schedule.
From festivals to concerts, here's an index to help you plan all the fun in the coming months.
• Setting the SEEN: Summer fun in Downtown Pittsburgh
Sisterly bonds are sorely tested in the No Name Players production of Scott T. Barsotti’s horror fantasy “Brewed.”
The grant from the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission will help to preserve the playwright’s childhood home at 1727 Bedford Ave.
Responses to questions about “Downton Abbey,” “Face Off,” “Longmire” and a reporter on WPXI.
Pittsburgh athletes conquer the “American Ninja Warrior” course on the first night of the competition at the Carrie Furnace in Swissvale.
“Drunken Fireworks” is a perfect audio companion for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.
“Luckiest Girl Alive” by Jessica Knoll follows in the footsteps of recent best-sellers “Gone Girl” and “Girl on the Train.”
Book review: Historian Jed Rasula chronicles the history of an art movement in "Destruction Was My Beatrice."
Actress Kate Mulgrew found her character “Red” on the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black” emerged nearly fully formed.
Pittsburgh native and Harvard grad, Jesse Andrews, worked menial jobs while writing the book that became “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.”
Art & Architecture
Maritza Mosquera presents “Aqui” with work from 13 Latino artists at Assemble in Bloomfield-Garfield for Cafe Con Leche.
Among the festival displays will be Deb Andrison’s quill art, which is created by coiling strips of paper into works of art.
Wiz Khalifa’s new docuseries “Day Today” documents his life on the Boys of Zummer tour and debuts on REVOLT TV.
Anthony Geary who has played Luke Spencer on “General Hospital” for nearly three decades, will appear in his final episode next month.
The latest “Arkham” video game is a perfect sendoff for a groundbreaking series.
Grateful Dead’s final concerts will stream on YouTube; e-books from No Starch Press keep kids’ minds busy; Crackle rolls out new offerings.