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In a monumental departure from “The Office,” “Despicable Me” and “Little Miss Sunshine,” Mr. Carell plays John du Pont.
“Transformation 9: Contemporary Works in Ceramics.” is a wonderland of the unexpected at the Society for Contemporary Craft.
The movie, a controversial satire about a talk show host charged with assassinating Kim Jong Un, drew threats from a cyberterrorism group.
Longtime KDKA-TV reporter Mary Robb Jackson, who says her job has been the best ride of her life, will retire at the end of the year.
Green Day and Joan Jett make it to Rock Hall, along with Lou Reed, Stevie Ray Vaughan, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Bill Withers.
The self-described “moody actor” says his goodbyes to Middle-earth after three films as the Dwarf leader Thorin Oakenshield.
Play and dance presentations at the Carnegie theater feature female writers as central characters.
The hackers warned people to stay away from cinemas showing the film and darkly reminded moviegoers of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Former Sony employees have filed two lawsuits against the corporation this week over private data that was stolen and posted online.
As his star rises on “The Voice,” Pittsburgh’s Chris Jamison keeps his feet on the ground.
The final “Hobbit” film fulfills the Tolkien promise of “there and back again” and the filmmakers’ commitment to cinematic derring-do.
The 30th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place April 18 at Cleveland’s Public Hall.
After three months on NBC's reality juggernaut, Mr. Jamison did not win "The Voice," but he certainly made a name for himself.
Joe Letteri, the wizard behind films such as “The Hobbit” and “Avatar,” returns to his alma mater to share movie magic secrets.
The 2003 Will Ferrell film “Elf” gets remade as a one-hour animated musical, and the results disappoint.
From “Sons of Anarchy” rings to books on “Downton Abbey,” there are plenty of options for television buffs.
Readers looking for things that go bump in the night will enjoy “The Doll Graveyard: A Hauntings Novel” by Lois Ruby.
Actor Samuel L. Jackson issues a protest-song challenge; more fallout comes from accusations against Bill Cosby and leaked Sony info.
Renowned home decor and gift ware metalsmith Michael Aram is now a jeweler, too.
This marked the first time the free annual concert combined traditional patriotic music with Christmas and holiday music.
A novel about tragedy, friendship and love that binds animals and humans together.
The debut novel by John Darnielle of the Mountain Goats is a very good, idiosyncratic effort.
The Sony Corp. unit is widening its efforts to stem damage from the release of employee salaries, health records, movie stars’ fees and
The Japanese conglomerate is heading for its fifth net loss in six years, raising questions about its ability to hold on to businesses.
Members of International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 3 are crucial to every major concert, opera and play in Pittsburgh.
The August Wilson Center’s financial problems included a $40,000 debt to the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 3.
PSO Holiday Pops concert was built on a series of great arrangements and brought to life by the sophistication of conductor Todd Ellison.
James Carroll’s work, subtitled “The Son of God for the Secular Age,” discusses the effort to save Jesus from the distortions of history.
As a teenager in Mercer, Amy Jo Burns lived with her sin of omission, described perceptively in this memoir.
Andreas Norman’s novel, set in European Union bureaucracy, starts with a spark, and then simmers before reaching the state of its title.
Activities this week include free admission 4-8 p.m. Thursday at Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Oakland.
Questions answered about “Those Who Kill,” “The Blacklist,” “Manhattan,” “Graceland,” “Survivor” and Brent Musberger.
The holiday rock ensemble wows crowd with soaring metal talent, pyro, lasers and gadgets.
At one point this week, Ross’ Chris Jamison had not one but two songs in the iTunes Top 10.
Ridley Scott, the director of “Gladiator,” tackles biblical epic “Exodus: Gods and Kings“ with Christian Bale and Joel Edgerton.
Tommy Lee Jones and Hilary Swank star in a “Midwestern” about the harsh plight of women in the 1850s in “The Homesman.”
The country superstar will perform six shows between Feb. 5 and Feb. 8 at Consol Energy Center, adding Friday and Sunday appearances.
As evidence of the “War on Christmas,” Fox cited Pittsburgh’s “Sparkle Day,” an outdated reference to the 1994-97 “Sparkle Season” campaign.
Syfy’s “Ascension” begins well but betrays its promise to be a “limited-event series” by the time it’s done; TLC’s “Secret Santa” bores.
Chris Rock goes raunchy and rollicking, and brings famous friends along, in “Top Five” as a comedian who wants to be taken seriously.
Mattress Factory launches a digital archive of its exhibits; Guinness World Records celebrates its 60th anniversary with a YouTube Channel.
Amy Pascal and Scott Rudin apologized for their insensitive remarks about Angelina Jolie and President Obama revealed in the Sony leak.
Selma Nolan Cody, the former house manager for M. Night Shyamalan’s Chester County home, pleaded guilty this week to theft.
TSO leader Paul O'Neill: “People need escapism. ... ‘The Christmas Attic’ has a happy ending. If you want sad endings, you don't need me.”
The annual awards, chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, will be hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on Jan. 11.
HughShows Live @ Eide's; promoter apologizes for Facebook comments.
For its annual Christmas concert, the Manchester Craftsmen's Guild is harking back to ... last year and a group with a local connection.
Kenny Garrett follows in the musical footsteps of his father.
New York Polyphony makes its Pittsburgh debut with a Christmas-themed concert presented by Renaissance and Baroque.
"Guardians of the Galaxy," "Dolphin Tale 2," and "When the Game Stands Tall" will be available for sale.