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Lifetime takes a break from woman-in-jeopardy drama for a comedic holiday film starring Grumpy Cat; “It Takes a Choir” re-re-rescheduled.
The Fred Rogers Company launches Won’t You Be My Neighbor site. YouTube will add Music Key music streaming service.
Cranberry Theater adds two houses, “Blood First” screens, “Birdman” and Michael Keaton soar as Indie Spirit Award nominations are announced.
Nominations are made by committees for three areas: American narrative films, international narratives and documentaries.
Felicity Jones traveled to infinity with Jane and Stephen Hawking for “The Theory of Everything” opposite Eddie Redmayne.
Thanksgiving in film and television: traffic jams, family dysfunction and ruined turkeys.
What music/comedy duo Igudesman & Joo do is serious business. The pair makes its local debut with the Pittsburgh Symphony this weekend.
'Dark Side of Oz' merges two classics at Mr. Smalls featuring The Ruckus Bros.
An ensemble of athletic dancers and strong leads herald the touring Disney musical as a crowd-pleaser in family entertainment.
Tennessee Williams’ play is in good hands as barebones presents a sure-footed “Streetcar.”
TV networks are now more willing to share actors than they've ever been, with several performers pulling double duty as series regulars
It’s easy to get swept up in sweeps stories, but local stations seem to be toning down their reports.
Lincoln’s fascination with newspapers led to both a charm offensive and an iron fist in shaping public opinion.
Mary Elise Sarotte charts the sudden end of the Cold War in “The Collapse: The Accidental Opening of the Berlin Wall.”
Model-turned-actress Rebecca Romijn has taken a job with TNT’s “Librarians,” but she’s no shrinking violet in this action series.
“Green Porno,” a show about the sex lives of animals, started as a joke but has become a third career for the model and actress.
The Mattress Factory and Westmoreland Museum of American Art plan special activities for families over Thanksgiving weekend.
Mosaic artist Ada Bosonetto has a studio in her Highland Park home. She was born in Argentina and moved to Pittsburgh when she was 7.
Bill Cosby biographer Mark Whitaker regrets not aggressively investigating allegations of sexual assault in his recent book.
Comedian Bill Cosby refuses to answer questions about allegations of sexual assault against him in an Associated Press video interview.