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Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Sept. 13 via LiveNation.com.
The concert will feature classical crossover works and material from her new album, according to a symphony release.
The annual seminar is taking place Oct. 27-Nov. 1 and culminates in the annual concert on Nov. 1 at Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland.
Emmy-winning HBO movie is another winner for Bethel Park native Scott Ferguson.
Blaine Siegel, one of the artists featured in the Pittsburgh Biennial, gets inspiration from the geometric shapes of Pittsburgh.
After playing sweetheart Rachel on “Friends” for 10 years, Jennifer Aniston says she looks for roles with a harder edge.
“As Above” takes forever to go below, and once there, another long while passes before supernatural stuff starts troubling the protagonists.
Arguably the best novelist writing today, Mitchell returns to the literature of mortality like a Babylonian to the epic of Gilgamesh.
Singer Marilyn McCoo has eight Grammys in a career and marriage to Billy Davis Jr. that has spanned four decades.
Oh Edna, we hardly knew ye. And so, “The Simpsons” marathon draws to a close today on FXX.
Houdini’s greatest trick might have been staying in the public eye all these years, says city native and illusionist Michael Grandinetti.
Comedic offenders were Sarah Silverman, Bill Burr, Chris D’Elia, Brent Morin, Hannibal Buress, Michael Che, Jim Jefferies, Chris Hardwick.
Questions answered about “White Collar,” TV Land programming and ads in nightly national newscasts.
The small coal mining town of Lost Creek and its residents are the winning feature of Ms. O’Dell’s talent.
The Dilworths were never as rich or as famous as the Carnegies or the Mellons, but they were not far behind.
Love in the ruins: Edan Lepucki’s first novel is set in an American future that could be just around the corner.
Filmed-in-Pittsburgh reality competition chronicles two first-time directors making movies in Pittsburgh, Shane Dawson and Anna Martemucci.
Pittsburgh looks great in “The Chair,” a “Project Greenlight”-like moviemaking show that’s more soap opera than reality competition.
“We fell in love at Channel 16,” recalled Ricki Wertz. “Several of the WENS staff members got married, including Tom and I.”
Comedian Sommore, Craftmen’s Guild Fair in the Park, Shakespeare in the Parks and Donnie Rankin.
The fall of Atlanta 150 years ago this week was a Civil War pivot, while 1939’s “Gone With the Wind” enshrined the event in popular culture.
“SpringFace” is no Facebook but at least Lisa Simpson has friends
Exploring the painter’s zest for Eva Gouel, Anne Girard’s historically accurate story is not your mother’s romance novel.
And for his next trick: Pittsburgh’s Mike Super to compete in “America’s Got Talent” finals.
That opening credits couch gag from Banksy — as Homer would say “When did THAT happen?”
Jim Quinn and Rose Tennent posted on Twitter that they declined an offer to join WJAS-AM.
Carnegie Museum of Art to open new gift shop that will provide a new shopping experience.
The CMU grad and Broadway star was in attendance Thursday for his younger brother’s show, “Parade.”
It’s almost a wrap on summer 2014 when “Guardians of the Galaxy” emerged as the surprise hit, ahead of “Transformers” and “Maleficent.”
With the quality shows on the air, some consider this the golden age of TV; ABC plans a “Frozen” special; “The Chief” debuts on WPXI.
Maureen O’Hara among those who will receive Honorary Oscars, and Harry Belafonte’s trailblazing and charitable work to be celebrated.
Mark Chavez and Shenoah Allen practice an original brand of looney comedy at City Theatre.
City of Asylum’s Digital Sanctuaries app and website looks at parts of North Side in a novel way. Streamy Awards ceremony set for Sept. 7.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are wed in France; Joan Rivers hospitalized; Shakira expecting second child.
“As Above, So Below” follows two young archaeologists as they and a claustrophobic cameraman pursue a fabled philosopher’s stone.
“Spider-Pig, Spider-Pig!” Turns out, the “Simpsons Movie” is even better than “Under the Dome.”
From exploring the numerous trails in the city to the Labor Day Parade and Kennywood, enjoy all Pittsburgh has to offer during the long
Comedian known as The Nerdist is on a bill with Bill Burr, Sarah Silverman, Hannibal Buress and more at First Niagara Pavilion on Saturday.
The country duo, who grew up in Armstrong County and have been performing together since the late 1960s, finally calls it quits.
“Land Ho!” takes two retirees to Iceland where they get their invigorating groove and friendship back amid spectacular scenery.
'Blended,' 'Belle,' and 'The Double' hit store shelves this week.
Critical hit comes with a decent collection of bonus features.
John Doe of X talks about the band's vintage album tour, Exene's tweets and the SXSW incident.
To quench your curiosity, here's more about Oddball's performers.
This year has brought a bounty of movies that entertain and have you salivate at the same time.
The PSO is projecting a deficit of roughly $1.4 million at the end of the 2014 fiscal year, which concludes Sunday.
"Sopranos" creator David Chase tells Vox that the HBO mobster survived.
"The Simpsons" takes another gaze into the crystal ball with "Future-Drama."
Pittsburgh concert promoter Brian Drusky will be honored with a proclamation Friday. Plus: Rusted Root performs at Hartwood on Sunday.
Developer Wayne Zukin had been named to do a series of buildings around the Garden Theater, but now he only has the theater to redevelop.