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Black comedy "Birdman" soars, thanks to Michael Keaton and gutsy filmmaking by director and co-writer Alejandro G. Inarritu.
Geri Allen, director of the University of Pittsburgh's jazz studies program, honors the tradition founded by Nathan Davis.
Genial new CBS sitcom "The McCarthys" has some strong comedic moments but falters with stale stereotypes.
"Wish I Was Here," "Life of Crime," and "Deliver Us From Evil" hit store shelves.
Mascis and Meat Puppets are the latest '80s artists to show that they can play with fire.
Boston native Terry Lyne Carrington came to music early and fairly easily.
How much do you know about Beetlejuice turned Batman turned Birdman? Take our Michael Keaton quiz and find out.
Michael Keaton's new character is paunchy, balding and wears 60-plus years on his face.
Here are 10 ways that the Alejandro G. Inarritu film sends up Broadway and Hollywood.
A Halloween playlist of goth, rock and novelty songs.
Bill “Biilzebub” Wilson aka The Bone Collector creates his art and gives new life — and beauty — to that which is already dead.
Pittsburgh native Nick Lehane earns his acting stripes as an understudy for Broadway’s “This Is Our Youth.”
The PBS series “Craft in America” has put together a thoughtful program in “Service,” which focuses on veterans.
The troupe will perform “come, been and gone” at Byham Theater this weekend as part of the Pittsburgh Dance Council’s 2014-15 season.
Disaffected, well-to-do youngsters take center stage in Broadway’s “This Is Our Youth.”
Duane Michals, Charles “Teenie” Harris and Charles Courtney Curran shows open.
Walt Disney Co.’s Marvel unit outlined plans for superhero movies through 2019, including two more “Avengers” films and a third “Thor.”
The Phoenix band will be performing songs from their latest album, “Western Expansion.”
South Highland Avenue Bridge renovation, a new middle school auditorium and “butterfly balconies” garner awards for local architects.
Ms. Gill, who arrived in Pittsburgh three years ago after a stint with WEWS in Cleveland, anchors her last Pittsburgh newscast Nov. 7.
“Upside Down in the Middle of Nowhere” by Julie T. Lamana lets children experience a disaster through the eyes of someone their age.
Child protective services could investigate Mama June from “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” due to her relationship with a convicted sex offender.
Owner not sure what will become of space with promoter Manny Theiner going out on his own.
Two Girls Working ask big questions as part of their installation “Taking Stock” at SPACE gallery in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Best known for playing Greg Brady on the 1970s sitcom “The Brady Bunch,” Barry Williams is just happy to be a working actor.
The Garfield gallery and concert venue helped launch an artistic renaissance on Penn Avenue in the 1990s.
David Conrad leaves behind the lights of Hollywood to work with drama students at his alma mater The Kiski School.
The daring attitude of Amanda Cochrane and Yoshiaki Nakano in the classic seems to have filtered through to the corps de ballet.
Norman Lear’s autobiography is short on deep-dive details from the TV trenches, but full of entertaining stories from his life beyond TV.
The “Johnny Appleseed of the Ukulele” returns to Pittsburgh for a workshop and concert next weekend.
Pittsburgh jazz musician gives his tips on playing the harmonica, what he calls the “ultimate ear instrument.”
A former columnist for The New York Times, Bob Herbert has brought the lucidity, passion and accuracy to what is wrong in our country.
Kim Zupan, a native Montanan, has used the scenery of his state to immersive effect in his debut novel.
Readers looking for a return to form for Anne Rice, the author of the Vampire Chronicles, will be disappointed with “Prince Lestat.”
The lyricist and original director of the 1977 hit “Annie” goes back to the musical’s roots to take the show on the road.
A medium that can deliver screams of terror comparable to a Wes Craven movie is the video game.
A new biography of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor paints an appealing picture, but fails to break new ground.
The conservative commentator and White House insider Pat Buchanan tries to make sense of his former boss’ contradictions.
After searching through our social media, the head of OK Cupid’s analytics team explains the soul of the new data.
Ms. Simpson marries her love of art forms and dancing to create a story filled with complicated (sometimes unlikeable) characters.
Robert Peace could have changed his life for the better. But the lure of the narcotics trade proved too powerful.
Pittsburgh Concert Choral Festival of Choirs, a memorial concert in honor of Robert Sutherland Lord, Spanish pianist Pablo Amoros ...
Questions answered on “Signed, Sealed, Delivered,” “The Real Housewives” and fewer episodes of cable shows.
Hillary Clinton’s memoir is big on female empowerment, but low on political substance
The two singers tell their stories in memoirs that are a contrast in style and substance.
Racial reassignment surgery flips the script in Jess Row’s debut novel.
Love means never having to read Paulo Coelho’s “Adultery”
Bob Cranmer’s new book describes evil forces that inhabited his Brownsville Road home. Some former occupants beg to differ.
Michael Korda turns an uncritical eye toward Robert E. Lee, the commanding general of Confederate troops in the Civil War.