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 2013's Art All Night.
2013's Art All Night.

Seventeenth annual Art All Night will fill every corner of grungy warehouse

The all-night event in Lawrenceville gives kids and established pros a blank canvas to fill.

 Toby Fraley, "Ramp, 2014" from "The Secret Life of Robots" at SPACE, Downtown.

The spring Crawl through the Cultural District starts early, goes late

A Night Market, an opening at Wood Street Gallery and live music highlightthe Cultural Trust's spring Gallery Crawl on Friday.

 "Campbell's" by Andy Warhol, 1985.

CMU Computer Club discovers new works of Warhol art

The images had been saved on floppy discs in 1985 and could not be viewed because the technology had become obsolete.

 Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra principal horn William Caballero.

Mozart Festival offers pianist room for improvisation

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra presents the Mozart Festival, showcasing the breadth of the composer's music.

Movies »

Silk Screen Festival schedule

Annual Silk Screen Film Festival to open with Friday night gala Downtown and start the movies Saturday at three Pittsburgh venues.

India film awards held in U.S. for 1st time

The Bollywood Oscars have been held in Macau, Singapore, London -- and now in Tampa, thanks to a $9 million private donation


Music »

Dr. John, JJ Grey & Mofro, Bernard Allison headline blues fest

Pittsburgh Blues Festival will celebrate its 20th anniversary as a benefit for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.

Legalize PA brings Pittsburgh musicians into the war over marijuana

Pittsburgh musicians gather for Hanger Jam: Legalize PA, a concert that endorses medical marijuana, for starters.


Fathers and Daughters filming in Pittsburgh

A crew films "Fathers and Daughters" on March 28 on Monterey Street in Pittsburgh's Mexican War Streets neighborhood. The street is home to actress Amanda Seyfried's character in the film.
Hollywood stars Aaron Paul, Amanda Seyfried, Justin Long, Russell Crowe, and many others have all made appearances in Pittsburgh during filming.


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    Choreographer travels 'FAR' to perform at Byham Theater

    Wayne McGregor | Random Dance will close the Pittsburgh Dance Council's 2013-14 season with a piece inspired by the Age of Enlightenment.

    'Lives of the Saints' a witty satire at CMU

    The production offers up lighthearted, literate humor. It adds up to a fun night in the theater.


    New sitcom fails to make the grade

    The movie "Bad Teacher" gets turned into a weekly sitcom, but can it sustain its one-joke premise?

    'Black Box' is just another routine medical show

    ABC's new medical drama tries to titillate but does little to distinguish itself from past doctor programs.



    'A Fighting Chance': Sen. Elizabeth Warren goes to the mat

    The senator who has often been labeled a wild-eyed, anticapitalist radical shows that she knows how to connect with "ordinary" Americans.

    Book Review: 'Savage Harvest,' by Carl Hoffman

    How did Michael Rockefeller, the son of Nelson, die while on a trip to find primitive art in Africa? His demise seems to have been brutal.


    Breakfast With

    Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... George Lange

    The Pittsburgh native and celebrity photographer says his photos help him re-create the joy of his childhood in Squirrel Hill.

    Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Whoopi Goldberg

    A great grandmother at 58, Whoopi Goldberg talks about parenting and knowing who you are.


    Art & Architecture

    Silver Eye auctioning photos in biennial fundraising event

    Silver Eye Center for Photography will put pictures from 33 photographers on the block Sunday for its benefit auction & brunch.

    Artist tracks the region's changing landscape

    Artist Cynthia Cooley returned to places she captured more than 20 or 30 years ago to see how the landscape has changed.


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