President Obama will award the 2014 National Medals of Arts and Humanities on Sept. 10.
What to do in September? Ideas for events to attend, things to buy and films to watch.
It’s all smiles for dentist John McGuire, who was voted out of the “Big Brother” house then had the chance to return.
Thirteen years after “The Transporter” roared onto movie screens, the franchise gets a reboot and a new leading man.
“Concussion” is months away from release but skirmishes are breaking out over its treatment of the NFL and whether punches were pulled.
As the days grow shorter, the films turn darker, more thoughtful and awards-worthy as five dozen new titles show.
Manager Mike Odd talks about the LA cover band on an anti-fast food campaign, performing at Altar Bar on Tuesday.
The band celebrates its sophomore album “2113” with a show at Spirit on Friday.
PICT Classic Theatre mines the humanity in the relationship between a cynical tutor and a student who hungers to change her life.
More than 200 tickets were sold for the performance Aug. 27.
Daytime TV roundup: Local sports and syndicated crime shows on WPNT; “Ellen” moves to WTAE and “Meredith Vieira” gets bumped to late night.
Stephen Colbert keeps details quiet on how he’ll evolve ‘The Late Show,’ but expect more emphasis on news and politics.
John Szwed’s first-rate biography puts the primary focus on the artist and her work, and not her addiction.
The action is sufficiently suspenseful to keep even a non-thriller reader’s interest, which makes up for the occasional uber-dramatic flair.
Adam Baldwin plays a naval officer in TNT’s “The Last Ship.” In real life, he is a political conservative in a sea of Hollywood liberals.
She has a huge fan base playing Big Boo on “Orange Is the New Black,” but Lea DeLaria’s longtime supporters know she can do much more.
Art & Architecture
The business recently opened in the former Rolliers Hardware in Mt. Lebanon.
The center helps children deal with grief. Art at the exhibit, “A Journey Through Grief,” will be done by children at the Caring Place.
The San Diego man who sent pornographic images to one of the “Dance Moms” students has a troubled, criminal past.
The NFL responds to the recent release of a trailer for the film “Concussion,” about head trauma on the football field.
Disney feels the pressure as the 3.0 version of the popular video game series is released to fans.
The Xbox One exclusive “Rare Replay” is an unrivaled compilation of classics from an iconic studio on the occasion of its 30th birthday.