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And for his next trick: Pittsburgh’s Mike Super to compete in “America’s Got Talent” finals.
That opening credits couch gag from Banksy — as Homer would say “When did THAT happen?”
Jim Quinn and Rose Tennent posted on Twitter that they declined an offer to join WJAS-AM.
Carnegie Museum of Art to open new gift shop that will provide a new shopping experience.
It’s almost a wrap on summer 2014 when “Guardians of the Galaxy” emerged as the surprise hit, ahead of “Transformers” and “Maleficent.”
Maureen O’Hara among those who will receive Honorary Oscars, and Harry Belafonte’s trailblazing and charitable work to be celebrated.
The country duo, who grew up in Armstrong County and have been performing together since the late 1960s, finally calls it quits.
John Doe of X talks about the band's vintage album tour, Exene's tweets and the SXSW incident.
The CMU grad and Broadway star was in attendance Thursday for his younger brother’s show, “Parade.”
Mark Chavez and Shenoah Allen practice an original brand of looney comedy at City Theatre.
With the quality shows on the air, some consider this the golden age of TV; ABC plans a “Frozen” special; “The Chief” debuts on WPXI.
“Spider-Pig, Spider-Pig!” Turns out, the “Simpsons Movie” is even better than “Under the Dome.”
Gary Taubes, the author of “Why We Get Fat and What to do About It,” says shun sugar, starch and processed carbohydrates. Eat meat!
Young adult writer Gayle Forman’s novel “If I Stay” has been translated to the big screen and opens Friday in theaters. It’s a cliffhanger.
City of Asylum’s Digital Sanctuaries app and website looks at parts of North Side in a novel way. Streamy Awards ceremony set for Sept. 7.
Developer Wayne Zukin had been named to do a series of buildings around the Garden Theater, but now he only has the theater to redevelop.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are wed in France; Joan Rivers hospitalized; Shakira expecting second child.
McKeesport native Swin Cash will be part of a new all-women sports talk show on the CBS Sports Network.