University of Pittsburgh lecturer Adriana Ramirez has won the PEN/Fusion Emerging Writer’s $10,000 prize with her collection “Dead Boys.”
The exhibition, titled Andy Warhol / Ai Weiwei, will open at the North Side museum June 4, 2016.
The marquee at the Benedum Center for the Performing Arts will get $500,000 renovation that will make the sign easier to change.
The Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, which opens its 40th season on Friday, has become one of the elder statesmen of the U.S. new music scene.
Theatergoers get immersed in the action with D-Box MFX Cinema Systems.
Pittsburgh’s Silk Screen Film Festival will open with “Theeb,“ close with “Miss India America” and showcase 30 Asian features July 10-19.
Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble’s current and former artistic heads, David Stock and Kevin Noe, list the most significant PNME commissions.
John Massari plays taps at military funerals next to a device that plays a digital recording. What happens when the live buglers are gone?
From festivals to concerts, here's an index to help you plan all the fun in the coming months.
• Setting the SEEN: Summer fun in Downtown Pittsburgh
Mark Clayton Southers is slated to direct Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre’s production of “The Piano Lesson” at the August Wilson Center.
Sisterly bonds are sorely tested in the No Name Players production of Scott T. Barsotti’s horror fantasy “Brewed.”
“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” which is aimed at preschoolers, will return for a 20-episode third season in 2016.
Responses to questions about “Downton Abbey,” “Face Off,” “Longmire” and a reporter on WPXI.
The sequel to Kathleen Shoop’s “The Last Letter,” titled “The Road Home,” continues the Arthur family saga.
Author explains how four of the Founding Fathers helped forge a nation in “The Quartet: Orchestrating the Second American Revolution.”
Bollywood actress Tina Desai appeared in “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” films and now has gone sci-fi in the new Netflix series “Sense8.”
Actress Kate Mulgrew found her character “Red” on the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black” emerged nearly fully formed.
Art & Architecture
When Pine-Richland High School student Melissa Fleming was looking for new ideas to incorporate into her art, she gave glass-blowing a try.
Maritza Mosquera presents “Aqui” with work from 13 Latino artists at Assemble in Bloomfield-Garfield for Cafe Con Leche.
Kourtney Kardashian and longtime partner Scott Disick are calling it quits.
Wiz Khalifa’s new docuseries “Day Today” documents his life on the Boys of Zummer tour and debuts on REVOLT TV.
The latest “Arkham” video game is a perfect sendoff for a groundbreaking series.
Grateful Dead’s final concerts will stream on YouTube; e-books from No Starch Press keep kids’ minds busy; Crackle rolls out new offerings.