Through crowdsourced anonymous donations, the Museum of Broken Relationships transforms mundane artifacts into healing artwork.
“The Voice” finale is a special occasion for Cambria County native Josh Gallagher.
Actor Sam Elliott reflects on his five-decade Hollywood career and his Netflix series “The Ranch.”
Casey Affleck, especially, delivers a career-defining and stellar performance in Kenneth Lonergan’s heart-wrenching new film.
Fashion designer Tom Ford’s second directorial effort has a cynical ending that almost redeems the film.
The pleasure in “The Office Party” is in watching these buttoned-up archetypes traffic in everything lewd and crude imaginable.
Tickets go on sale Dec. 16 for Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers’ June concert in Pittsburgh.
The West Hills Symphonic Band will perform a mix of sacred and secular music Sunday at West Allegheny High School.
Concerns over lack of diversity in some productions prompt Pittsburgh arts organizations to join in a “call to action.”
Patrick Page’s father also played the role in the Dickens holiday classic.
A new drama from the co-creator of “Empire,” Lee Daniels, fails to sparkle; “Downward Dog” will screen at Sundance.
The "SNL" actor who moved on to prime-time TV and movies takes to the road with the Total Blackout Tour, starting in February.
“Night School,” Lee Child’s 20th Jack Reacher novel, continues the thrills by returning to his earliest days as a two-fisted problem solver.
Her most recent book, “My Name is Lucy Barton,” shot to the top of the New York Times bestseller list.
Art & Architecture
“Climatic: Post Normal Design” at Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University looks for creative solutions to climate-induced problems.
Political commentator Cokie Roberts, John McIntire’s Dangerously Live Comedy Talk Show and reggae band Third World are on tap this week.
The actors have been in Pittsburgh for about a month as the shoot Richard Linklater’s “Last Flag Flying,” which could hit theaters next
The video, which urges HIV testing, is narrated by artist Vanessa German and shows Pittsburgh drag performer Alaska getting a test.
Controllers, virtual reality and nostalgic throwbacks.
Destroying hoards of zombies is fun again in the series that has made great strides in improving what works and taking out what doesn't.