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"Candida," opening today at Pittsburgh Public Theater, gives Ted Pappas his first crack at directing a George Bernard Shaw play.
Pittsburgh electronic artist Girl Talk was one of the hits at Coachella last weekend.
Actress Kelly McAndrew is forced to leave the solo play because of a family emergency.
The winning bid for the April 22 concert at Consol Energy Center nets four tickets and backstage access.
The director goes crazier with color palette, bigger with global environmental message for film adding Andy Garcia, Bruno Mars voices.
Renovations are ahead of schedule, and theaters will reopen with stadium seating, new projection, sound system and lobby improvements.
Record Store Day returns Saturday with exclusive releases and sales in local shops.
Volcano Dogs debut with three members of Eviction.
Quantum Theatre introduces an Allen Ginsberg-type character into a 1929 Michel de Ghelderode play.
Pittsburgh Public Theater will pronounce Shaw's play Shaw's way.
WGN America's first scripted series has its silly moments, but it's not quite outrageous enough.
When David Letterman first hosted "Late Night" in 1993, the viewing habits of Americans were a lot different than they are today.
In “The Guts,” the master conversationalist Roddy Doyle comes to terms with the past in the present.
Amid flying saucers and cosmic conspiracies, Pittsburgh novelist Jacob Bacharach makes a disarming, intelligent and seriously funny debut.
A great grandmother at 58, Whoopi Goldberg talks about parenting and knowing who you are.
Pittsburgh native Zach Quinto is enjoying an acting career he was ready to give up before his big break.
"Earth Nest" by artist Duncan MacDiarmid at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art complements April's Earth Day themes.
Artist Janet Zweig discusses the first phase of "Bridging the Gap" project.
Stephen Colbert, who will succeed David Letterman when he retires in 2015, will join the talk-show legend on "The Late Show."
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell will be off the air for several weeks after being involved in a car accident over the weekend.