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Stephen Flaherty won’s Sylvester Stallone’s approval with the first ‘Rocky’ song.
They will make writers' pitches on Saturday and edge closer to seeing their short films be funded and made.
The art lending program at Carnegie Library in Braddock will outlive the Carnegie International, and it's expanding.
Ladies and gentlemen, get ready to rumble: “Rocky” enters the Broadway ring Thursday.
Heather Arnet's documentary on Brazil's first female president premieres Saturday at the Carnegie Museum.
The festival will open March 20 with Andrzej Wajda's drama "Walesa: Man of Hope" and a visit from Danuta Walesa.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Pops announces its upcoming season, featuring Chris Botti and "America's Got Talent" trio The Texas Tenors.
The artist will be promoting his album, "Stripped to the Root," at the Bloomfield venue starting at 8 tonight.
Bringing "Book of Mormon" back in September after it was here last year is a no-brainer after it broke records for the Broadway series.
Off the Wall's latest opens the doors of opportunity to exploring the choices for career women.
Kelly Hyland of Murrysville, a mother of two dancers, is charged with assaulting Abby Lee Miller of the Lifetime reality series.
The dead live again on ABC's "Resurrection," and a little girl with powers is on the run in NBC's "Believe."
French writer Bernd Brunner insists that getting horizontal is great for you.
Irish novelist Colum McCann talks with students about his early writing career and what inspires his work.
The Navy SEAL says being a warrior is just a way of life: "It's the way I was born and raised."
Cesar Millan the Dog Whisperer is back with a new show on the NatGeo channel called "Cesar 911."
Florentijn Hofman's beloved rubber duck will dock at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Va.
Home & Garden Show opens, "Disney on Ice" skates into Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre performs "3x3," Brit Floyd and more
Juan Pablo Galavis is known for his shocking comments, but Monday night’s confession to Clare Crawley takes the cake.
President Barack Obama has proven, once again, that he's got a great sense of humor, according to E! News.