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Three Point Park students are trying to rehabilitate great white sharks’ image by making a documentary.
It will be the second ballet the company has adapted for those on the autism spectrum or who experience other sensory sensitivities.
Artistic director Terrence Orr has wanted to bring the ballet to PBT since he came here. Now it will be at Benedum Center for two weekends.
Born with a gift: Edith Pearlman, 78, has been writing tales like this for decades.
Filmed and set in Pittsburgh, the movie has won the most coveted prizes at the most important independent film festival in America.
Producer Neal Dodson talks about the serendipity of casting “A Most Violent Year” and re-creating 1981 New York there and in Detroit.
Point Park’s Pioneer Records takes students from the recording studio to CD release party in one semester.
Sax quartet Battle Trance at the Warhol, writers Craig Bernier and Scott Silsbe at Duquesne, PSO presents Play N’at chamber music series.
Lavish staging and a top-notch cast produce an oh-so loverly production of the classic Lerner and Loewe musical.
The actors playing Higgins and Eliza in PPT's "My Fair Lady" find joy in the big and small moments of a classic musical.
Questions answered about “Wheel of Fortune,” Nielsen ratings, “Family Feud,” “Celebrity Name Game” and a former local sportscaster.
Mercer County teen Savannah Fitzgerald races with the boys on the new TruTV show “Kart Life.”
A thoughtful and engrossing collection suitably memorializes the author and professor who taught at Carnegie Mellon for three decades.
Fat Alibi and the Cosby Fibs: No insight into sex allegations will be found in Mark Whitaker’s biography of the comedian.
Actress and poker player Jennifer Tilly says the best female players play like men — very aggressively.
The author and founder of Court TV tackles Obamacare in his best-selling tome, “America’s Bitter Pill.”
If approved by UNESCO in 2016, the nominations would be the first World Heritage listings in the field of modern architecture in the U.S.
London’s Natural History Museum sparks outcry with plans to remove Dippy the dinosaur, donated by Andrew Carnegie, from a prominent spot.
“The Big Bang Theory’s” Jim Parsons is slated to play God on Broadway.
Christina Aguilera will perform at the NBA All-Star Game in New York.