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KDKA-TV hires Rich Walsh as a TV sports reporter/anchor; Jodine Costanzo leaves WPXI for a job in advertising sales.
In “Empty Mansions,” Bill Dedman looks at the life of mysterious heiress Huguette Clark, who maintained mansions she never lived in.
On his first trip to Pittsburgh in six years, the rocker from Nashville blew through Stage AE Sunday night with Tasmanian Devil energy.
The oldest piece on the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble’s program was composed in 2006.
An Australian film company making a movie, ’Tyke: Elephant Outlaw,’ is looking for photos or video from a 1993 circus standoff in Altoona.
Pittsburgh native Michael Keaton is about to have a moment (again) thanks to “Birdman,” set to open the Venice Film Festival in late August.
U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps also scheduled to perform at Baldwin High School next Sunday.
"For all intents and purposes, it's no different than a Steelers game," said a police officer.
The comedian/actor brings his stand-up tour to Heinz Hall on Oct. 25; British singer-songwriter Gray performs on Oct. 10.
Pearlann Porter reveals the first part of her plan for a sendoff of a grand piano Saturday night in the debut of “A One Night Stand on
Burning TV questions answered about “Doc Martin,” the use of YouTube footage by local TV news stations and the fate of “Community.”
New season of Syfy’s “Face Off” is a matter of “Life and Death.”
Vollmann's return to fiction, delving into ghosts and ghouls, is challenging, dense and rewarding for those who persevere.
The Pittsburgh poet turns to short fiction, finding humor in a crumbling area of his hometown, Detroit.
Award-winning actor Michael Chernus says acting helped him make friends growing up in Ohio and now he is influencing people with his talent.
Retired four-star Gen. Wesley Clark sees special forces as the future of warfare. He will host “Friday Night Spotlight: World War I” on TCM.
"Art Everywhere US" is billed as the world's largest outdoor art show and it's about to hit America's streets and public places.
Naturalist Bill Paxton depicts not just the anatomy but a bit of the soul of plants in exhibition at Phipps Garden Center in Shadyside.
A former nanny says Kate Gosselin was quite a controlling taskmistress with house staff and the children.
“The View‘s” Sherri Shepherd settled one of her two custody battles Monday in a Los Angeles court.