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The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra opened its classical subscription season Friday night at Heinz Hall with a remarkable performance
PICT presents a season of saints and sinners, including works by Shaw, Shakespeare and an “Oliver Twist” adapted by Alan Stanford.
Savini Special Make-Up Effects program graduate Keaghlan Ashley goes home on Syfy’s “Face Off.”
The Frick Pittsburgh receives $3 million state grant for new education center
“This Is Where I Leave You,” starring Jane Fonda and Tina Fey, has its moments resulting in a charming dramady.
Cinemark at McCandless Crossing opens with 12 digital auditoriums, a bar serving wine, beer and frozen cocktails, and movies new and recent.
Glennon Doyle Melton, who battled addictions and bulimia and now raises money to assist families in need, will share her life challenges.
Despite a fine young and diverse cast, “Maze Runner” suffers from surprisingly little tension.
CBS debuts a “Good Wife” companion series, the likable but unrealistic “Madam Secretary”; Pittsburgh moves up in Nielsen market rank.
A podcaster turned prisoner, a lonely woman named Eleanor Rigby and an overcrowded ER are the focus of new movies opening this week.
“A Walk Among the Tombstones” could have been titled “Who Is Killing the Drug Dealers’ Wives of Brooklyn?”
“The Maze Runner,” based on the popular James Dashner novel, is suitable for tweens and older moviegoers.
Zachary Quinto won’t be part of the “Heroes Reborn” miniseries on NBC next year.
BARONS releases debut record with show at Commonwealth Press.
The 2012 high school rape of a teen in Steubenville inspires a new Lifetime movie, "The Assault."
Resonance Works | Pittsburgh, led by artistic director Maria Sensi Sellner, opens first full season with Donizetti's "The Elixir of Love.“
“Godzilla” and “The Fault in Our Stars” hits store shelves.
Pittsburghers never move and rarely — if ever — throw anything away, the president of Heinz History Center observed Wednesday.
New music from Pittsburgh synthwave artist Ennui.
Highland Games, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and ’Dixie’ around town this weekend.
A new writer’s guild is helping authors tap into the personal experience of journaling to benefit their work.
The Justin Fabus Band was among 209 groups selected from thousands in a contest to identify breakout bands.
The 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial, twice as big as the last one, continues to roll out thoughtfully conceived component exhibitions.
Mr. Krenn, last heard on local airwaves in December 2011, joins the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway from 8 to 9 a.m.
Sometimes legends disappoint you. Other times they are everything they are advertised to be, and more. That was Willie Nelson Tuesday night.
The University of Pittsburgh professor, who also holds a master’s from Pitt, won a National Book Award in 2010. “I’m dumbfounded,” he said.
The lightweight “Mysteries of Laura” may prove enjoyable to some, but not true mystery lovers.
The Invisible Photograph Part 4 debuts at Carnegie Museum of Art and a reception set for another component of the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial.
Fox takes a page from “The Fault in Our Stars” for a teen drama about patients in a hospital pediatric ward.
Tickets start at $35 and go on sale Friday at all Ticketmaster locations.
Robin Thicke claims he was drunk and high on Vicodin during most of his interviews promoting the 2013 hit “Blurred Lines.”
Pasta for breakfast? Time for the annual Spaghetti Breakfast, Friday at Heinz Hall Garden Plaza
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author, a Pitt grad, sang with The Bats, briefly. One show is part of a local label’s archival releases.
With the dog days of summer behind us, it’s time for shorter days, cooler temperatures, and new books.
To truly appreciate Sebastian Errazuriz’s “The Piano,” you need to stand beneath it in the Hall of Architecture at Carnegie Museum of Art.
This season PBS’s stalwart “Sesame Street” is brought to you by the numbers 4 and 5 as it celebrates its 45th year on the air.
Toi Derricotte, Vanessa German kick off a new poetry reading series at the Oakland branch of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh on Saturday.
Miss New York is Miss America again, actress Daniele Watts handcuffed in LA, new cast member on “Saturday Night Live.”
Richard Pell’s disturbing photos on display at Pittsburgh Filmmakers of animals involved in biologic testing show mix of biology and art.
Actress Morgan Fairchild is a self-proclaimed science nerd who is just happy to be a working actress.
Kelly Strayhorn Theater kicked off its 100th anniversary with a season opener that featured Carmen de Lavallade in the story of her life.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s “The Imitation Game” takes People’s Choice Award at the just-concluded Toronto International Film Festival.
Nearly three decades after Joan. Rivers’ brief run on Fox, the late-night network landscape remains entirely male.
Authors Ed Davis and Sean Madigan Hoen explore changing musical fortunes in a novel and an autobiography.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and Pittsburgh Opera are staying afloat in a continuously challenging financial climate.
Small classical music group face tough financial challenges and may lack the deep-pocketed donors and brand names of the bigger groups.
Questions answered about severe weather cut-ins, the whereabouts of a WTAE personality and the timing of the “Deadliest Catch” aftershow.
Ed Piskor, straight out of Munhall, develops characters he introduced from the early days of hip-hop.
The Village at Shirlington has experienced a renaissance since the mid-2000s, including the award-winning Signature Theatre.
From humble Pittsburgh CLO roots, the legend of Twan Baker continues to grow on stages from Kansas City to Broadway.