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Thomas Vinterberg creates a sumptuous film remake of Thomas Hardy’s “Far From the Madding Crowd.”
George Clooney turns into a rocket man in “Tomorrowland” alongside Britt Robertson as a smart teen with stars in her eyes and dreams.
It’s Hollywood on the Mon when “American Ninja Warrior” brings lights, cameras and a lot of action to the Carrie Furnaces site.
Broadcast networks roll out summer series featuring murderous children, astronauts’ wives, animal attacks, comedies and reality shows.
You may not know their names but “Lambert & Stamp” molded musical giants The Who as a new documentary about the managers recalls.
New documentary is a genial and generous biography of puppeteer Caroll Spinney, the creator of “Sesame Street’s” Big Bird.
Art students painted concrete barriers to replace those that had been defaced by graffiti.
As a teen, Josh Duggar of “19 Kids and Counting” fame was investigated for allegedly molesting five girls.
Movie reviews from a family perspective.
From museums to a Robot Hall of Fame, the region is home to many hidden gems.
The end of “The Late Show with David Letterman” marks the end of an era in late night television.
The Post-Gazette has compiled the best bets for entertainment in the Pittsburgh area this season.
After its success with "Hatfields & McCoys" and "The Bible," History again looks to history for its latest miniseries.
Local Scene: New releases from Universal Beat Union and Wings for Armor.
Musical stars David Toole, of Identity X, and Erin Lindsey Krom.
"American Sniper" tells the straightforward tale of Chris Kyle; "Hot Tube Time Machine 2" can’t drum up the few laughs the original did.
Heritage Players stages “To Kill a Mockingbird,” All Time Low plays at Stage AE, Sandcastle opens, and more.
Three Rivers Arts Festival, Regatta, Vintage Grand Prix and Pittsburgh Pride highlight the summer festivals.
The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, Kenny Chesney and One Direction are the major concerts in Pittsburgh this summer.
The theatrical event of the summer promises to be Billy Porter in "Kinky Boots" at the Benedum.
Nothing beats free, and there's a lot to like here for free summer concerts.
A quick look at the summer movies set to dominate the box office.
Free movies from Citiparks are screened in the great outdoors.
A new series from Shadyside Presbyterian Church and barbecues cooked up by the PSO highlight Pittsburgh's summer classical lineup.
Summer brings Warhol and Pearlstein to The Warhol, Middle Eastern images to The Carnegie, and new installations to the Mattress Factory.
Summer adventures are closer than you think at local museums and cultural institutions.
Pittsburgh's dance scene has plenty of options this summer for the performing arts lover in us all.
Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift top the list of the city's hottest shows.
Her decision reflects the choir’s new model of producing more of its own concerts.
The immersive bus and walking tour takes visitors on a quest to reveal saints among local artists and performers.
Singer Philip Bailey leads the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band through a fun, funky, hit-filled show.
The Scottish Ballet delivers a spellbinding display of talent and storytelling, based on Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winning drama.
Combining interactivity and literacy, the exhibit comes to Pittsburgh after a year at the Tacoma Museum of Glass in Washington state.
The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded $20,000 to the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra to develop a digital archive portal.
Karla Boos’ versatile troupe continues to leave footprints in experimental theater throughout the city that has embraced it.
The annual Memorial Day concert is a highlight of this week’s programming.
“Tracing Outlines,” a film about a gallery that championed avant-garde art in 1940s Pittsburgh, debuts locally at The Carnegie this week.
The Australian rapper has proven to be a controversial, divisive choice of a headliner for this year’s Pride in the Street.
Black and white photographs that show the rebuilding of the Homestead Steel Works are up for sale at a New York gallery.
Summer Movie Clubhouse returns to Cinemark theaters with family-friendly features on select mornings for $1 a person.
Writer-director Richard Curtis hopes Red Nose Day in the United States will raise money to help children here and around the world.
British post-punk band missed at shot a more edgy opportunity.
AWOLNATION, an LA electronic rock band best known for the hit "Sail," will be the opening act for the Zip Code Tour show at Heinz Field.
AMC’s hit ended Sunday night with closure for just about all the main characters except Don.
The Replacements concert at Stage AE, which was postponed on May 5 due to illness, has now been canceled.
“American Falls” is a play that fits right into barebones’ wheelhouse of youthful, contemporary plays of grit and urgency.
“Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner celebrated the end of the series with a finale after-party in downtown Los Angeles.
The White House correspondent and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks says it’s her job to ask about race.
A young woman named Phaet will discover her fate in a tale of mystery and mayhem on the moon.
A biography of Ethel Payne explains how the trail-blazing journalist had a front seat during the Civil Rights movement.