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The 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial, twice as big as the last one, continues to roll out thoughtfully conceived component exhibitions.
Mr. Krenn, last heard on local airwaves in December 2011, joins the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway from 8 to 9 a.m.
Sometimes legends disappoint you. Other times they are everything they are advertised to be, and more. That was Willie Nelson Tuesday night.
The University of Pittsburgh professor, who also holds a master’s from Pitt, won a National Book Award in 2010. “I’m dumbfounded,” he said.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s “The Imitation Game” takes People’s Choice Award at the just-concluded Toronto International Film Festival.
The Toronto International Film Festival will wrap up Sunday after screening films that will hit our local movie theaters in the future.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author, a Pitt grad, sang with The Bats, briefly. One show is part of a local label’s archival releases.
Tickets start at $35 and go on sale Friday at all Ticketmaster locations.
The Village at Shirlington has experienced a renaissance since the mid-2000s, including the award-winning Signature Theatre.
From humble Pittsburgh CLO roots, the legend of Twan Baker continues to grow on stages from Kansas City to Broadway.
The lightweight “Mysteries of Laura” may prove enjoyable to some, but not true mystery lovers.
Fox takes a page from “The Fault in Our Stars” for a teen drama about patients in a hospital pediatric ward.
With the dog days of summer behind us, it’s time for shorter days, cooler temperatures, and new books.
Toi Derricotte, Vanessa German kick off a new poetry reading series at the Oakland branch of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh on Saturday.
Actress Morgan Fairchild is a self-proclaimed science nerd who is just happy to be a working actress.
The original personal shopper, 86-year-old Betty Halbreich has penned her second book, “I’ll Drink to That: A Life in Style With a Twist.”
The Invisible Photograph Part 4 debuts at Carnegie Museum of Art and a reception set for another component of the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial.
To truly appreciate Sebastian Errazuriz’s “The Piano,” you need to stand beneath it in the Hall of Architecture at Carnegie Museum of Art.
Robin Thicke claims he was drunk and high on Vicodin during most of his interviews promoting the 2013 hit “Blurred Lines.”
Miss New York is Miss America again, actress Daniele Watts handcuffed in LA, new cast member on “Saturday Night Live.”