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Three new Bible-inspired TV programs air over the next week: “Killing Jesus,” “The Dovekeepers” and “A.D.: The Bible Continues.”
The Argentinian-French tango company brought its show “Nuit Blanche” here as part of the Pittsburgh Dance Council’s 2014-15 season.
A shining mix of spiritual and secular from a Catholic nun who embodied the 1960s, this retrospective sings with her convictions.
The 10th book in the Cotton Malone series by Steve Berry is a fast-paced and entertaining traditional thriller, with Pittsburgh action.
The 22nd annual film festival that delves into Jewish culture will open April 16 at the Manor Theater in Squirrel Hill.
Italian Film Festival USA will open Thursday in Carnegie and show another six movies at the Frick Fine Arts Auditorium through late April.
Arsenal Duo performs Cesar Franck; architect Lorcan O’Herlihy lectures; Hillman Photography Initiative curator Tina Kukielski speaks ...
Tuesday is also the announce date for the Three Rivers Arts Festival, while a concert announcement is coming Wednesday from the Warhol.
“Beauty and the Beast” comes to Heinz Hall on its national tour with a Pittsburgh native in tow.
Get ready for the weekend with these things to check out.
Questions answered about local stations’ digital subchannels, “Under the Dome” and Bible-based TV shows.
Kiski Area High School sophomore Mia Zanotti is still knocking ’em out on NBC’s singing competition.
Duquesne Univ. English professor Greg Barnhisel skillfully shows how modernist art and literature was used to influence the Cold War game.
The legendary Pitt teacher’s “Pomes with Many Bags of Buttered Popcorn and Big Pepsis” is a large, dense book, a prose writer’s poetry.
Whether working with people or Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, actor, comedian Jack McBrayer just wants to keep working.
Best-selling, award-winning author and Pittsburgh native Stewart O’Nan talks Stephen King, writing and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Christie’s auction will show William T. Hillman’s passion for photography, and proceeds will buy more images for Carnegie Museum of Art.
A juried exhibition of Bible-based art will be displayed at Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church on Greentree Road from April 24 to May 3.
The crying piccolo girl talked with Jimmy Fallon and performed with The Roots on “The Tonight Show” Monday.
“Crying Piccolo Girl” at Consol Energy Center becomes a viral hit, plus more headlines.