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“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.
The Swedish choreographer presented “Snow” and “Written on Water” at Byham Theater as part of the Pittsburgh Dance Council’s 2014-15 season.
The feature will cover a special bond between an Erie boy and Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul.
Renee Fleming debuts this week on Broadway in Kathleen Marshall’s “Living on Love.”
Jazz, soul, blues singer Madeleine Peyroux began her music career on the streets of Paris busking for euros.
Third Eye Blind will team up with emo band Dashboard Confessional and PHOX for a show at Stage AE Outdoors on June 22.
The free annual showcase of music, art and culture is set for June 5-14 in Point State Park and throughout the Cultural District, Downtown.
Kinetic Theatre’s play by August Strindberg, adapted by Conor McPherson, examines an ultimate fight to the death between husband and wife.
This concert is part of the Trust's annual Jazz Appreciation Month series.
Pittsburgh native Zak Ebrahim wrestles with the legacy of terrorism: his father, an Egyptian, killed extremist Rabbi Meir Kahane in 1990.
The Ramones were a dysfunctional punk quartet that managed to make influential music together.
Our modern master of the macabre pens a new essay collection.
Wigs, glasses, mustaches and more are used to make the quick changes required of undercover KGB agents on the critically acclaimed TV show.
A night of inspiring speeches and big jams in Cleveland.
In the last decade, YouTube has changed our culture in many ways, including in Pittsburgh.
Next season’s lineup is packed with cultural diversity, a nod to Andy Warhol and the first tap act the Dance Council’s featured in a decade.
PBT wrapped its 45th anniversary season with a challenging, grandiose classic set in ancient India.
The eminent composer Frederic Rzewski performed his “The People United Will Never Be Defeated” at Wholey’s, where one of his sons works.
The "Writing Pittsburgh" project will open with neighborhoods and technology, publishing three books during the next five years.
“The Girl on the Train” has earned comparisons to “Gone Girl,” but it’s also on par with Patricia Highsmith’s psychological thrillers.
Ms. Morrison explores what is learned too late about childhood trauma and how it can live on and reverberate for decades, for generations.
Questions answered about “Under the Dome,” failed pilots, “Chicago P.D.” and more.
Musician Madeleine Peyroux, the PSO presents “Celebrate Wilkinsburg,” Friends of the August Wilson Center present “August Wilson’s Women”...
“The Italians” and “Eating Rome”: Two books to better understand Italians and the art of eating like one
Mr. Dickstein’s great strength is giving the reader a sense of being in the moment as the culture undergoes change.
Manfred Honeck was joined by his brother, Rainer, concertmaster of the Vienna Philharmonic, for Friday night’s Pittsburgh Symphony concert.
April showers usher out KDKA-TV retiring meteorologist Dennis Bowman.
Local singer Mia Zanotti out on “The Voice,” says she has no regrets.
Kevin James tries hard in the sequel “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2,” but he can’t buy a giggle.
Humana Festival of New American Plays explores Midwestern housewives gone wild, coping with aging parents and gay subplots galore.
“Return to the Forbidden Planet” ran March 25-27.
“Mary Poppins” ran March 21-28.
Russia has banned the showing of the new movie “Child 44,” which is set in Stalinist Russia.
“Chicago” runs April 10 through April 18.
Marion “Suge” Knight has been ordered to stand trial on murder and attempted murder charges.
“Crocodile Gennadiy,“ a vivid portrait of a Ukrainian pastor from the director and producer of ”Blood Brother,“ premieres at Tribeca.
“True Story,” starring Jonah Hill and James Franco, was inspired by a disgraced reporter and a man accused of killing his wife and children.
Starting Sunday, FiOS Custom TV will allow customers to choose the channels they want and eliminate others.
“Pippin” ran March 12-21.
The renowned composer and pianist will give a free recital at Wholey’s Fish Market, where one of his sons works, at 2 p.m. Saturday.
“Footloose” ran March 19-28.
“Cinderella” ran March 19-22
Jazz guitar legend Larry Coryell headlines concert this weekend, with father-son act John and Gerald Clayton.
Living and dying by — and on — the Internet have grave, ghostly consequences for a half-dozen teens in the horror flick “Unfriended.”
National Geographic Channel enters the late-night talk show game with Neil deGrasse Tyson’s “StarTalk.”
New website celebrates a century of Billie Holiday. “What Lives Inside” explores a father-son relationship, loss and healing.
Hey, hey, they’re the monkeys and they could not be cuter if they tried in the new Disney nature documentary timed for Earth Day.
Sunny Disney Fitchett and husband Rob Fitchett are leaving; Roxy MtJoy and Bob Rak will take their place.
Rap music mogul Marion “Suge” Knight is ordered to stand trial on murder and attempted murder charges.