A one-hour biography offers an uncritical, warm, upbeat look at the career of the sitcom legend.
Donald Trump has choice words for President Barack Obama after the president’s “60 Minutes” interview on Sunday.
CNN’s Fareed Zakaria will be coming to Pittsburgh Oct. 20 for the American Middle East Institute’s 2015 conference.
Donna Lynne Champlin is among the stars of The CW’s well-reviewed musical comedy series “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”
The Philadelphia-based company danced a program that not only dazzled the eye, but also enriched the soul and challenged the mind.
Betsy Burleigh, the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh’s outgoing music director, led an all-Durufle program for her final concert.
“Nabucco” is not one of Verdi’s best operas, but it’s short, tuneful and entertaining.
Bill Cosby received an honorary degree from Pitt during Pitt-Johnstown's 2002 graduation, where he was commencement speaker.
Learn how to play ukuleles by learning to “hear” the music rather than rely on song sheets at a workshop in Pittsburgh next weekend.
Anita Diamant researched the history of Boston’s North End neighborhood for her latest novel, “The Boston Girl.”
Pittsburgh celebrates Youth Literature Day with “Stories Connect Us” art projects in advance of author Kate DiCamillo’s visit.
FX’s limited series returns with a new time period but the same geographic setting and more terrific performances to boot.
Questions answered about Bravo’s “Odd Mom Out,” the fate of CBS’s “Zoo” and Grandpere on “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.”
Three generations of Carnegie Mellon University alumni are among the stars in season two of the FX drama series.
Pittsburgh Concert Society hosts recital; Richard Jacob discusses mushrooms and comedian Jessimae Peluso hits town.
'Kissinger: The Idealist, 1923-1968': Biographer Niall Ferguson challenges the 'Realpolitik' reputation
Mr. Ferguson draws on diaries, letters and papers made available to him by Mr. Kissinger to make a spirited, but unpersuasive, case.
Mr. Coates sets out to teach his son “how to live free in this black body.” It’s meant to stir him from the slumber of the American Dream.
Garth Risk Hallberg’s work, with the scope of a classic Russian novel, is an extraordinarily ambitious, exhaustively orchestrated portrait.
TV speakers come in many forms, from simple stereo soundbars to high-end soundbase systems with built-in powered subwoofers.
Rapper Wiz Khalifa, whose given name is Cameron Jibril Thomaz, was caught about 2:30 a.m. Saturday behind The Flats on Carson, at 1500 E.
About 2,000 students see firsthand what their refugee classmates have endured in a private showing of “He Named Me Malala.”
“See You Again” is the most watched hip-hop YouTube video of all time.
James Shipman celebrates a 40-year career with the opening of an outdoor sculpture court he created on a junk-filled lot.
Che “Rhymefest” Smith reunites with his homeless dad in a quest to reclaim his neighborhood and discover his true self as a father and son.
We’re loving Carnegie Museums brackets, haunted Pittsburgh, busy Niecy Nash and a “Sherlock” special on the way.
Music Review: Emphasis on the rhythms of dance highlights gratifying Pittsburgh Symphony performance
A debuting guest conductor, a Pittsburgh premiere, a charismatic soloist in a concerto, demonstrative audience: that’s just the first half.
The duet with Charlie Puth is the second-fastest video to hit the mark in YouTube history, after Psy’s “Gangnam Style" in 2012.
The final season debuts Jan. 29 on Cinemax.
The CW’s musical comedy is one of few bright spots in the new fall TV lineup; “The Walking Dead” returns and ABC Family changes its name.
The film introduces Peter Pan before Neverland, Captain Hook and the boy’s magical ability to fly.
“He Named Me Malala” chronicles the teenage Nobel Prize winner on the world stage.
“Big Stone Gap,” based on Adriana Trigiani’s novel and starring Ashley Judd and Patrick Wilson, explores life and love in a small town.
Adriana Trigiani returned to her hometown, with Ashley Judd, Patrick Wilson, Whoopi Goldberg and others, to shoot her movie.
The Golden Girls perform at all Panther home football games, selected away football games, and men’s and women’s basketball games.
WESA-FM experiments with shorter on-air pledge drive to whopping success.
“99 Homes,” starring Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon, puts human faces to the Florida housing market meltdown and economic downturn.
The Post-Gazette reviews movies from a family perspective.
The former “Tonight Show” host also can be seen on his CNBC show, “Jay Leno’s Garage.”
Selena Gomez is battling the immune system disorder lupus.
The future of Twin Hi-Way Drive-in in Robinson is unclear as Sheetz seeks permission to build a gas station on the site.
The Monroeville Historical Society’s annual festival will include pony rides and demonstrations of outdoor cooking this year.
Shirley Ratner of Greensburg is performing in “A Life’s Work” through Sunday at the Latrobe Art Center.
The actor from Green Tree joins Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel as honorees at the group’s Respect Awards.
“Kiss Me, Kill Me” and “Tab Hunter Confidential” are among the best of the first week of Pittsburgh’s lesbian and gay film festival.
For the fourth year, fans can vote on inductees, who will be announced in December.
The acclaimed Conor McPherson play “The Night Alive” launches Tracy Brigden’s 15th season leading the South Side theater.
Belarusian writer Svetlana Alexievich, 67, chronicled the great tragedies of the Soviet Union and its collapse.
An expanded Pittsburgh Abides “Big Lebowski” festival moves to a larger venue with more activities.
The rap star and Pittsburgh native will be on hand for Friday’s Midnight Madness event at Petersen Events Center.
The selected artists will be work with professional producers and receive studio time.