When the ground in “San Andreas” rocks and rolls, it’s Dwayne Johnson to the rescue in a new disaster movie following an old formula.
Cable networks offer a slew of new series this summer, from cat rescues to season two of HBO’s “True Detective.”
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation has experts inspect the exteriors and grounds of each site annually.
Three Rivers Arts Festival will bring free film screenings Downtown, while a new movie theater moves closer to reality in Sewickley.
Widespread deadly destruction reigns in the disaster film “San Andreas,” while rom-com “Aloha” contains more sexual situations.
Filmed in and around Ellwood City, with some Pittsburgh locations, “Bigfoot: The Movie” is turned loose this week.
The event will be held at the Monroeville Convention Center May 30 and 31.
Pittsburgh bands explore the noisier side with dual release show.
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
Recently, the Shireys partnered with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust to host the Super Salsa Weekend.
Jake Emmerling was 8 he saw his first Broadway show, "Les Miserables" at Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh.
Tonight’s finale will be followed by a live half-hour panel discussion on race relations.
NBC's "Aquarius" is a fine if unexceptional period TV drama, a broadcast series that tries to look like a cable show.
As a child, “Gone Crazy in Alabama” author Rita Williams-Garcia was always curious about family history and family secrets.
Novelist Judd Richter explores what happens when humans and robots fall in love.
Blood on the trail: 'Jacksonland: Andrew Jackson, Cherokee Chief John Ross, and a Great American Land Grab' by Steve Inskeep
The actor plays his distant cousin, legendary Texan Sam Houston, in the epic new mini-series “Texas Rising” on the History Channel.
The White House correspondent and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks says it’s her job to ask about race.
Art & Architecture
Dee Ruckert of New Sewickley, Beaver County, creates chalk artwork for audiences as music plays in the background.
“She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers From Iran and the Arab World” opens Saturday at Carnegie Museum of Art with a curator’s talk.
Hulu has removed episodes of “19 Kids and Counting” from its offerings after reports of alleged sexual misconduct of one of the show’s
Two of B.B. King's daughters are alleging that the blues legend was poisoned to death by his closest associates, but the coroner says