Large solo exhibitions of work by Kevin Kutz and Kathleen Zimbicki at Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Loretto reveal artists’ lives.
“Off The Record XV: ’Burgh Man!” dishes up fun at the expense of the Pittsburgh region’s newsmakers.
“This Angel on My Chest” comprises 16 short stories Ms. Pietrzyk wrote after her first husband died from a heart attack at age 37.
The author of “Carry On” discusses writing the much-anticipated novel, a fantasy novel featuring a romance between two male characters.
Rob Owen answers questions about NFL highlight clips on local TV stations and another new local TV news set that’s in the offing.
Chamber Music Pittsburgh opens season with Emerson String Quartet, FUSE@PSO features Coldplay, “The Forgotten History of Pittsburgh Jazz.”
Lee Child’s latest is everything Reacher’s legion of fans want and more.
Mary McGrory was an erudite Irish girl from Boston with a gift for turning politics into poetry with a dash of Yeats and Joyce.
Ed Piskor focuses on pivotal figures and moments, some widely known, others potentially lost to time.
Alicia is out on her own again and makes a new friend while Eli faces a new political foe on the seventh season premiere of the CBS drama.
Joe Bob Briggs will appear at the Dormont for a screening of 1986 horror flick “Trick or Treat.”
Contestants on Syfy’s special effects/makeup competition created sideshow attractions, and Clairton’s Nora Hewitt scored in Top Looks.
Lots to still see, do and watch this weekend — Phipps flower show, South Side StepTrek, “Saturday Night Live” and HBO’s John Oliver.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra made its Heinz Field debut, traveling across the Allegheny River for the Steelers halftime show.
Matt Damon shines as “The Martian,” an American astronaut presumed dead and left behind on the Red Planet in Ridley Scott’s sci-fi epic.
The exhibit is titled “We Live Here.” Pieces will be auctioned tonight at an event at 21st Street Coffee and Tea.
“Unauthorized Story” movies devoted to “90210” and “Melrose Place” are set to debut.
The award-winning “The Diary of Anne Frank” receives a raw and radiant revival by the Downtown theater company.
Richard Gere's latest film is a tough, touching homage to the homeless.
“When you get a really great script, you don’t want to bronze the gold medal,” Matt Damon says of “The Martian” opening in theaters today.
“Sicario,“ with Emily Blunt as an FBI agent recruited for a covert mission in the war against drugs, is intense, violent and provocative.
Tammy Terwelp is leaving Pittsburgh’s NPR station for a job at KRCC in Colorado Springs; Comcast is launching a “’Watchable” service.
“Finders Keepers” is about a man who uses the childhood saying to claim ownership of a foot found in a used grill — yes, really.
“Sleeping With Other People,“ from the director of “Bachelorette,“ is a thoroughly modern rom-com starring Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis.
“Full Measure With Sharyl Attkisson” host says she is comfortable with making others uncomfortable, especially the powers that be.
Hillary Clinton will appear on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, according to People magazine.
Actor Ewan McGregor has been seen around the town while preparing for filming American Pastoral.
The school in the Quaker Valley School District has received two grants worth nearly $9,000 to encourage education in and through the arts.
"Carnegies in Concert" benefit will celebrate the nearly completed renovation.
The VIA festival features a hip-hop legend and mix of indie-pop and techno this weekend.
Loyalty and identity are among the topics tackled in the coming-of-age story set at an all-black prep school in the drama “Choir Boy.”
Krista Marie Yu stars as teenager Molly on a new ABC sitcom and filmed a role in the filmed-in-Pittsburgh movie “Love the Coopers.”
The Yellowjackets perform new music with a new member at the Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild on Saturday.
In one of its final concerts, the vocal group Anonymous 4 will perform in Pittsburgh, presented by Renaissance and Baroque.
This weekend “Samyoga: An Ode to Love” comes to the Byham Theater to open Pittsburgh Dance Council’s 2015-16 season.
See a dozen movies, some faith-based and some mainstream hits, at the Cranberry Cinemas courtesy of the 10th Projecting Hope festival.
Comic actor Ken Jeong headlines ABC’s terrible new Friday night sitcom.
Women on the homefront squabble and make jam in the easy-to-digest “Home Fires.”
New releases from the Dead Weather, Don Henley, Keith Richards, Chief Keef, Lana Del Rey are here or headed this way.
The Pittsburgh for-profit education company confirmed that positions at “several” Art Institutes had been terminated.
One-act plays by six middle school and high school writers will be presented as professional productions.
Tony DeSare, Arlo Guthrie, Yellowjackets and pianist Elena Uulyanova are in town. An Italian Festival and farm tour are also scheduled.
The “Magic Mike” star heats up the hallways while in town for anniversary gala.
The movie, which was filmed in Pittsburgh and focuses on head injuries in sports, will get its theater release on Christmas Day.
President and CEO Deborah L. Acklin, board head William Caroselli and former board head W. Thomas McGough discuss WQED Multimedia’s future.
“The Walk,“ starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, re-creates Philippe Petit’s 1974 historic walk between the towers of the World Trade Center.
Two noted artists travel to Pittsburgh to give talks: Therman Statom at Pittsburgh Glass Center and Chris Antemann at The Frick Art Museum.
The $5.5 million black box Genesius Theater opens Thursday with “Death of a Salesman.”
Five full-time staffers have lost their jobs, but the play and PICT Classic Theatre will go on.
Everything old is still old in CBS’s new medical drama with a strong cast but an abundance of cliches that make for unessential viewing.