The Pittsburgh Symphony’s Valentine’s Day-themed concert, led by Juraj Valcuha, featured cellist Joshua Roman.
Although Alex Portis was eliminated from Food Network’s “Kids Baking Championship,” he proved he knows his way around an oven.
Moviegoers may love and hate “Deadpool,” which allows star Ryan Reynolds to make amends for 2011’s “Green Lantern.”
“Vinyl” disappoints but “Better Call Saul” returns to AMC in fine shape; “The Good Wife” creators planned for the show’s ending.
“Son of Saul” recounts the horrors of the Auschwitz death camps through the eyes of the Jewish prisoners forced to expedite the genocide.
The comedy based on Liz Tucillo’s book and starring Dakota Johnson and Rebel Wilson shows the good, the bad and the drunken hookups.
The Grammys will go without Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Coldplay for performers Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Diplo and others.
Monster trucks, the ballet’s “Peter Pan,” a Kidapalooza Party, and singer David Allan Coe all hit town this week.
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Next season, PBT has on tap classic story ballets, a new production of “Giselle” and a collaboration with Dance Theatre of Harlem.
New York-based actor Anthony Crouchelli makes his Pittsburgh debut in a revamped version of the musical at the Byham Theater.
The Mt. Lebanon High School marching band and one of its former members will be featured next week on a PBS children’s show.
The 50-minute film began stream today as a faux TV movie version to Donald Trump’s bestseller, “The Art of the Deal.”
Jeanne Laskas’ talk will take place at 7 p.m. at Peters Township Middle School auditorium, 625 E. McMurray Road.
Hanya Yanagihara’s novel ”A Little Life” was a finalist for the National Book Award in 2015.
After 13 years and more than 650 interviews, Patricia Sheridan recounts some memorable moments in her Breakfast With column.
Rocky Bleier has faced a lot of adversity, but turning 70 in March is a bit bothersome for the four-time Super Bowl champion with the
Art & Architecture
Judge lifts restraining order, clearing the way for demolition and replacement of Chautauqua Institution’s 123-year-old amphitheater.
The exhibition “Selections from the Richard M. Scaife Bequest” closes Sunday at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Donald Trump has settled his lawsuit against Univision for dropping plans to televise the Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants.
Lawyer that represents 7 women suing for defamation says comedian’s wife was also his business manager and could have useful information.
New games “No Man’s Sky” and “Mighty No. 9” join “Uncharted” and “Street Fighter” video game sequels.
Post-Gazette staffers who find the droid from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” irresistible compare their toy versions of BB-8.