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The Girl of "Once the Musical" finds a home away from home with the Tony winner's national touring company.
Colum McCann, author of "TransAtlantic" and "Let the Great World Spin," speaks at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
The dead live again on ABC's "Resurrection," and a little girl with powers is on the run in NBC's "Believe."
After winning her second yearly regional contest of Poetry Out Loud, a Hampton High student heads to the Pennsylvania contest.
Heather Arnet's documentary on Brazil's first female president premieres Saturday at the Carnegie Museum.
CMU International Film Festival to open March 20 with Andrzej Wajda drama "Walesa: Man of Hope" and visit from former first lady of Poland.
The Virginia Glee Club, comedian/actor Frank Caliendo, The Pittsburgh Sneaker Convention, cyber symposium on jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams.
The four-man group will be playing songs at the Station Square venue from their new album, "Where The Sinners & The Saints Collide."
Singers do justice to the "Razzle Dazzle" of Kander & Ebb's musical mastery in Pittsburgh Symphony Pops series.
A revival of "Fiddler on the Roof" on Broadway is planned for fall 2015.
Post-Gazette TV writer Rob Owen answers reader questions online every Friday in Tuned In Journal blog at post-gazette.com/tv.
Syfy 'Face Off' artists get anime-ted.
The acclaimed writer's latest story collection explores the thin line between joking and crying.
With hearty dollops of humor in a unique blend of travel writing, historiography and speculation, Simon Winder remains clear-eyed and witty.
Cesar Millan the Dog Whisperer is back with a new show on the NatGeo channel called "Cesar 911."
He plays Ragnar in the History Channel's critically acclaimed series "Vikings," but actor Travis Fimmel is saving up for a farm of his own.
Art critics find more to praise than fault in Carnegie International 2013 as the exhibition heads toward its closing.
The last artist program of the 2013 Carnegie International will feature Dihn Q. Le tonight in a discussion of art, war and image.
John Travolta has apologized to Tony Award winner Idina Menzel for mangling the pronunciation of her name during the Oscars telecast.
“Frozen” star Idina Menzel isn’t upset by John Travolta mangling her name at Sunday’s Oscars.