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Nearly all of the area's 17 independent stores participating this year signed the pledge to "act in the spirit" of the day.
Rob Ashford and Don Roy King have been involved in shaping alternate content, but from different angles.
From aces to arias, event cinema delivers new experiences on the big screen.
Hallmark Channel's latest original scripted series merits a Return to Sender stamp.
For Eryna Honchar, learning the ancient Ukrainian tradition of pysanky was about more than coloring Easter eggs.
Take in the last day of the Spring Flower Show, go to the B-PEP Jazz "fun-raiser," listen to the Christian McBride Trio or celebrate RAW.
How did Michael Rockefeller, the son of Nelson, die while on a trip to find primitive art in Africa? His demise seems to have been brutal.
“In Paradise” takes readers on a trip to a Nazi death camp, but in failing to develop characters turns out to be an unpolished novel.
Africa is no longer the “dark continent,” according to Dayo Olopade.
Miley Cyrus, whose Bangerz Tour has been put on hold due to illness, tweeted tonight that her tour is coming to Pittsburgh on Aug. 4.
Artist Cynthia Cooley returned to places she captured more than 20 or 30 years ago to see how the landscape has changed.
"Dance Moms" star hits the road for new series.
Prince now owns the rights to the music he recorded on Warner Bros. Records after years of disputes and battles with the record label.
Joining the trio on the Take Me Downtown tour are special guests Billy Currington and Joe Nichols.
The four band members can add "serenading and meeting President Barack Obama" to its list of accolades.
Chelsea Clinton, 34, is pregnant, she announced Thursday.
"Foxcatcher," filmed in Western Pennsylvania, will debut at Cannes.
The thriller hits the screen with Scarlett Johansson's beauty in the body of a seductive alien -- boys beware.
"Transcendence" is marred by indifferent performances, heartless romance and dull action. Johnny Depp is bland. Kate Mara worse.
It was the leading man who drew some to the project in which Pittsburgh stands in for New York, including Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope.
Jude Law takes a walk on the wild, unlawful side in "Dom Hemingway" as a crazy Cockney safecracker sprung from prison after a dozen years.
Debbie Wilde can now be heard 10 a.m.-3 p.m. weekdays on Q 92.9.
The show, an entertaining showcase for newcomer Tatiana Maslany, returns for season two with more clones than ever.
Marlon Wayans' film spoof is a scattershot, anything-goes affair that's unapologetically stupid.
"Bears" tracks Alaska brown bears as cute cubs through their first year of life in documentary timed to coincide with Earth Day.
Actress Kelly McAndrew is forced to leave the solo play because of a family emergency.
The winning bid for the April 22 concert at Consol Energy Center nets four tickets and backstage access.
The PG's listing of concerts, events and more in the week ahead.
“The Ten Commandments” will turn up on ABC and big screen but Easter Week also brings a handful of other movie options
"Ride Along," "Philomena" and "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" are among new releases this week.
WGN America's first scripted series has its silly moments, but it's not quite outrageous enough.
Quantum Theatre introduces an Allen Ginsberg-type character into a 1929 Michel de Ghelderode play.
Pittsburgh Public Theater will pronounce Shaw's play Shaw's way.
"Candida," opening today at Pittsburgh Public Theater, gives Ted Pappas his first crack at directing a George Bernard Shaw play.
Volcano Dogs debut with three members of Eviction.
Record Store Day returns Saturday with exclusive releases and sales in local shops.
Pittsburgh electronic artist Girl Talk was one of the hits at Coachella last weekend.
See a Ghost, sing along to Talking Heads' Songs, celebrate Shakespeare or get colorful at Schenley Park. It's all happening this weekend.
The third annual promotion of craft beer runs April 25 through May 4. "It's just booming in Pittsburgh."
The colorful musical with a message was in performance April 9-12.
When David Letterman first hosted "Late Night" in 1993, the viewing habits of Americans were a lot different than they are today.
Stephen Colbert, who will succeed David Letterman when he retires in 2015, will join the talk-show legend on "The Late Show."
Renovations are ahead of schedule, and theaters will reopen with stadium seating, new projection, sound system and lobby improvements.
Artist Janet Zweig discusses the first phase of "Bridging the Gap" project.
The McKinley Library and Museum events will raise funds to buy the former first lady's tiara.
The story of a boy who says he visited heaven moves from page to screen in a movie starring Greg Kinnear, Kelly Reilly and Connor Corum.
A Canton, Ohio, museum is raising funds to bring Ida Saxton McKinley's jewelry back from the "Pawn Stars" shop in Las Vegas.
"Earth Nest" by artist Duncan MacDiarmid at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art complements April's Earth Day themes.
The director goes crazier with color palette, bigger with global environmental message for film adding Andy Garcia, Bruno Mars voices.
A tribute to a rugged Pittsburgh-born actor who rose to stardom during World War II but is now largely forgotten.