“A Piece of the World” introduces readers to Christina Olson, the subject of artist Andrew Wyeth’s most famous painting.
“Voice” fans rejoice! Blind auditions begin Monday at 9 p.m. on NBC.
The PSO’s concert featured the Heinz Hall debut of Israeli conductor Lahav Shani, as well as a performance by pianist Jon Kimura Parker.
Director Jordan Peele, of “Key & Peele” fame, turns horror film conventions on their head in his directorial debut.
Unfortunately, the animated film misses the mark and comes off as more artificial than cute.
At the August Wilson Center, Pittsburgh’s first-ever celebration of the black big screen, Black Bottom Film Festival, starts Feb. 24.
OneRepublic singer is recovering from a throat ailment.
Acoustic guitarist is master finger-picker in the Chet Atkins tradition.
Michael Polite, who has been on the board of the August Wilson Center since August 2015, will take over as board chair from Maxwell King.
Fresh and classic works by Point Park dance faculty will be on the bill in “Conservatory Dance Company at Point Park University.”
ABC’s “When We Rise” tells a compelling history of the gay rights movement using comfortable miniseries conventions.
Angry constituents showed up at GOP town halls in many states, including in Virginia, Arkansas, Florida, Iowa and New Jersey.
Her other works include “Bluets,” “The Art of Cruelty: A Reckoning” and “The Red Parts: Autobiography of a Trial.”
A new biography of the creator of “Krazy Kat,” one of the most influential comic strips of all time.
Art & Architecture
For at least a month before his death, Mr. Warhol had been ill but had done his best to keep up his usual exhausting pace.
“A Crash Course: Art History from Ancient to Now” will begin March 8 at Carnegie Museum of Art for docent program trainees and the public.
Actor and vintage plane buff Harrison Ford was involved in a close-call incident involving a 737 passenger jet.
Comedian Brian Regan’s Heinz Hall show will be free. His fall appearance was canceled because of the Pittsburgh Symphony’s labor dispute.
The video game gets high marks for stunning visuals and varied combat but the character experience gets stale toward the second half.
Real life is meaningless. Try this list of fine love stories you’ll find in action, fantasy and even the Super Mario franchise.