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“Me & Earl & the Dying Girl” picks up a partner for worldwide distribution after receiving rapturous reviews from early critics at Sundance.
Murrysville’s Maddie Ziegler is on her toes as dance takes her around the world, from Sia videos to Australia.
Actress and poker player Jennifer Tilly says the best female players play like men — very aggressively.
As it did on New Year's Eve, Primus will devote one set to performing the soundtrack to "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory."
Inductees including F. Murray Abraham and Blythe Danner will have their day in the spring.
The new one-hour drama “Supergirl” is the latest in a flurry of TV shows based on comic book superheroes.
Green infrastructure advocates and water artists say timing’s perfect for stormwater management to merge with a new development in Larimer.
A look at upcoming events for the week ahead.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at LiveNation.com.
Ms. Goodman didn’t just study, she lived it out, to create an eye-opening “Dawn-to-Dusk Guide to Victorian Life.”
Filmed at Schenley High and the Point Breeze childhood home of author Jesse Andrews, the film has buzz. But will it get distribution?
Producing Handel’s “Rodelinda” is no small feat.
SAG Awards win sends 'Birdman' Oscar hopes soaring, though Eddie Redmayne upsets Michael Keaton, wins most outstanding actor.
Mr. Mukherjee’s demanding work chronicles unhappy characters in Calcutta. One of the best novels of 2014, it rewards your efforts.
Children can now check out American Girl dolls at nearby libraries, allowing them to learn about both local and American history.
A novel about a triple murder dwells more on the aftermath than the crime.
Questions are answered about fill-in weathercasters, broadcasting trials in Pennsylvania, “Sirens” and “Rachael Ray.”
Movie lovers are binge watching Academy Award-nominated films in advance of the Feb. 22 awards ceremony.
ABC, NBC and Fox have a higher percentage of blacks in prime time than there is in the general population — a significant change over 1999.
The comedian in the thick of sexual assault allegations is set to perform in Pittsburgh on Feb. 21.
Joshua Marie Wilkinson and Jen Bervin read their poetry for the University of Pittsburgh’s Pittsburgh Contemporary Writers Series Thursday.
Opening act gets more stage time than the headliner.
Pittsburgh’s 31st Street Studios — the largest movie studio between both U.S. coasts — is going gangbusters in the Strip District.
Mr. Gaffigan, making his PSO debut, conducted a new work by Mason Bates, plus Ravel, Mendelssohn and “Good Friday Spell” from Wagner.
Washington County’s Todd Landree makes the journey to “Nerdvana” for the TBS show “King of the Nerds.”
If you don’t find Brit quips funny, there isn’t much for you in “Mortdecai” with Johnny Depp. Little is left to fantasy in “Strange Magic.”
History goes for blockbuster style in “Sons of Liberty,” and ABC’s “Galavant” gallops to its season finale.
“The Tale of the Princess Kaguya,” the fourth of the five Oscar nominees for best animated movies to play in Pittsburgh, arrives Saturday.
The 77-year-old Cosby, who is scheduled to perform at Heinz Hall in February, has been the subject of several sexual assault allegations.
The golden glow for Pittsburgh native Michael Keaton and others continues with the SAG Awards set for Sunday night at 8 in Los Angeles.
“I love your mom’s cookies” may go down in history as the most hilariously inappropriate double entendre ever spoken on film.
Jennifer Aniston tries to have her slice of acting-cred pie in “Cake,” a downbeat look at a well-off LA woman living with chronic pain.
“Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” is re-created in an exhibit opening today.
Paula Abdul will join the judges panel on Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance.”
Boston and Motor City rockers are built tough, playing to a packed house on the second date of their tour.
Peter Wolf puts aside solo effort to tour with his old mates in the J Geils Band, stopping at Consol tonight.
Dog and Pony Show Theatricals makes the meal part of the performance, backed by the chef behind the forthcoming Superior Motors restaurant.
New on DVD: “Boxtrolls,” “Lucy,” “The Drop” and “Annabelle.”
Fox premieres "House" retread "Backstrom" with a star of "The Office;" CBS's sitcom "Mom" gets dramatic (again!).
Singer Clinton Clegg goes for the feel of Otis Redding, Sam Cooke and Greg Allman.
Handel's "Rodelinda" opens this weekend in a new production by Pittsburgh Opera at the CAPA Theater.
In "Mr. Joy," Daniel Beaty channels a real event to explore the effects of the loss of a shop owner on a neighborhood.
The light and set designer for PMT’s "The Little Mermaid" uses old and new tricks to create an underwater world on stage.
Nominees will be announced in February, and the induction ceremony will be held in April.
A World of Wheels, “My Fair Lady,” classical and rock music, a Gallery Crawl, comedian Tommy Davidson and Gladys Knight are all on tap,
A lot of old friends reconnected last year at wakes held after the death of Trash Vegas/Ultimatics bassist Tommy Osh.
A club to discuss books with nature themes will hold its first meeting tonight at Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve near Saint Vincent College.
Organized by the Three Rivers Quilters Guild, the show offers cash prizes and ribbons to first- through third-place winners in 15
The South Fayette Foundation for Excellence raises money to enhance the school district curriculum beyond what the basic budget provides.
Anita Gutschick, 66, will perform her show, “Women of the Bible,” on March 7 at Nativity Church in South Park.