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Actress Scarlett Johansson will host the episode; Khalifa will be musical guest.
Oscar Isaac plays a computer genius who takes artificial intelligence to a new level in “Ex Machina,” also starring Domhnall Gleeson.
Amanda Berry’s "Hope: A Memoir of Survival in Cleveland" was written with journalists Mary Jordan and Kevin Sullivan.
Adaline is literally 29 for decades and more a curse than a blessing for a widowed mother played by Blake Lively.
The concert of hip-hop star Action Bronson was re-scheduled due to ticket demand.
“Merchants of Doubt” explores the pundits-for-hire who pose as experts on issues such as climate change and toxic chemicals.
Showtime’s “Happyish” explores some interesting media terrain beneath its profane facade; “Queens of Drama” embarrasses everyone involved.
The “PlantPure Nation” documentary says government and agribusiness raise skepticism about whole plant food diets despite proven science.
“She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” resurrects the early days of the modern women’s movement with vintage images and then-and-now interviews.
Russell Crowe directs and stars in “Water Diviner” as a farmer looking for the sons who never came home after the Battle of Gallipoli.
Also: “Aspie Seeks Love” returns, “Crocodile Gennadiy” inks deal, and a one-time showing of doc “Bayou Maharajah” at Hollywood Theater.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater announces its 2015-16 season with the theme, Magical Movie Musicals.
The combined company would have put nearly 30 percent of TV and about 55 percent of broadband subscribers under one roof.
“An American in Paris,” produced by Van Kaplan and the Pittsburgh CLO, received 12 Drama Desk nominations on Thursday.
”Little Boy,” a family film set during World War II, is an ambitious but cluttered weepie, tackling too many messages for its own good.
The innovative ARTS in Motion program is being offered at Dormont Elementary School in the Keystone Oaks School District.
The Plum students will get to perform on stage with the internationally known brass band in a May 1 concert.
Donnie Iris, Lou Christie and Porky Chedwick are honored at a gala that rocked.
The musical “Hamilton” leads the way with 13 nominations. The Drama Desk Awards ceremony is May 31.
The singer behind “The Rapper” and “Ah! Leah!” will be inducted tonight at the Hard Rock Cafe along with Porky Chedwick and Lou Christie.
Mavericks frontman Raul Malo says his band refuses to rest on its laurels.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. May 4.
Texas Tenors, Todd Rundgren, Andre Mehmari, Patricia Halverson, Scott Pauley
Disc jockey Bob Mack was inspired by radio pioneers such as Porky Chedwick in Pittsburgh and Alan Freed in Cleveland.
The director finds leads to share his vision of the boy who never grows up and the girl who knows she must.
The Pittsburgh power-pop band that made its way to SXSW last year is back with a new EP, "Wait the Night Out," that sounds radio ready.
The second and final weekend of Pittsburgh's annual JFilm festival brings a couple of solid hits and some slight movie misses.
The Bach Choir of Pittsburgh, under Thomas W. Douglas, will perform Honegger's "King David" this weekend.
Hallmark Channel's "When Calls the Heart" returns for second season of comfort food TV made for viewers who decry TV sex and violence.
New on DVD: "Taken 3" and "Cake."
An exhibition of 36 rare world maps at Hillman Library in Oakland shows how cartographers’ views of the continents have changed over time.
A pop-up exhibition brings sculpture and oil painting by Adrienne Heinrich and Brian Geary to The Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Production on WGN America’s TV series, expected to debut in early 2016, begins May 5 as sets are being built in a studio and on location.
Wally Lester, an original member of one of Pittsburgh's most successful and popular groups, died Tuesday of pancreatic cancer at age 73.
The Lawrenceville native got his start as a jitterbug dancer, and decided in his 20s to take the microphone.
A contentious debate on Friday’s episode of “4802” causes longtime talk host Lynn Cullen to call it quits as a panelist.
Here is a lineup of events honoring the late playwright.
So much to do, so little time to dance. Here is a list of performances by the schools and studios nurturing Pittsburgh’s dance talent.
Musicals including “Fun Home,” “Something Rotten!” and “An American in Paris” open this month to make the deadline for awards nominations.
Jon Stewart’s last day on “The Daily Show” will be Aug. 6.
In 2012, when Alabama Shakes released their debut album, “Boys & Girls,” the studio was not the band’s friend. Songs that popped in concert
One way to identify good excellent books for children is to check out the titles selected by the Best Books for Babies committee.
“Full House,” which aired on ABC from 1987 to 1995, followed Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) and his large family in the wake of his wife's death.
Aretha Franklin, who performs here tonight for the first time since 2003, is one of the most decorated performers in history.
Social Distortion will take the stage during X FEST II at Stage AE Outdoors in August.
Show finds frontman Isaac Brock in a cheerful, generous mood.
Aretha Franklin started out singing in the church and the Queen is still there, with pipes that raised the Heinz Hall roof.
The Swedish choreographer presented “Snow” and “Written on Water” at Byham Theater as part of the Pittsburgh Dance Council’s 2014-15 season.
The performances were scheduled from Aug. 26 to Sept. 27.
The feature will cover a special bond between an Erie boy and Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul.