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Kelly Hyland of Murrysville, a mother of two dancers, is charged with assaulting Abby Lee Miller of the Lifetime reality series.
The artist will be promoting his album, "Stripped to the Root," at the Bloomfield venue starting at 8 tonight.
Sidra Bell explores relationships between clothes, gender and identity in "garment," which premiered at the Kelly-Strayhorn.
The Navy SEAL says being a warrior is just a way of life: "It's the way I was born and raised."
Ballet de Grand Theatre de Geneve opened its first North American tour in Pittsburgh with two emerging European choreographers.
The Virginia Glee Club, comedian/actor Frank Caliendo, The Pittsburgh Sneaker Convention, cyber symposium on jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams.
Post-Gazette TV writer Rob Owen answers reader questions online every Friday in Tuned In Journal blog at post-gazette.com/tv.
The dead live again on ABC's "Resurrection," and a little girl with powers is on the run in NBC's "Believe."
After winning her second yearly regional contest of Poetry Out Loud, a Hampton High student heads to the Pennsylvania contest.
The Girl of "Once the Musical" finds a home away from home with the Tony winner's national touring company.
Colum McCann, author of "TransAtlantic" and "Let the Great World Spin," speaks at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
With hearty dollops of humor in a unique blend of travel writing, historiography and speculation, Simon Winder remains clear-eyed and witty.
The acclaimed writer's latest story collection explores the thin line between joking and crying.
Through her poignant fiction, Susan Minot relays the experiences of children captured by the Lord's Resistance Army in central Africa.
Cesar Millan of "Dog Whisperer" fame tackles toughest dogs -- and owners -- in new show "Cesar 911."
A revival of "Fiddler on the Roof" on Broadway is planned for fall 2015.
Syfy 'Face Off' artists get anime-ted.
Singers do justice to the "Razzle Dazzle" of Kander & Ebb's musical mastery in Pittsburgh Symphony Pops series.
Mourners recall the legend of Porky Chedwick Friday in story and song.
The Munhall native will be combining theater and comedy this weekend at the Downtown venue.
Hollywood Theater in Dormont will host special screening of "Breakup at a Wedding" with two key players fielding questions Monday.
The commissioned work "Holliday With Mulligan" is among two world premieres announced for next season.
The film has warrior women, lots of bloodletting and swordplay and historic battles but, alas, no Gerard Butler.
1980s PBS hit "Cosmos" gets revived by Fox and Daniel Tiger plans his first visit to Pittsburgh.
Mr. Peabody and his adopted boy, Sherman, are back and time traveling through history in the WABAC with close calls, lessons and laughs.
The IMAX film "Jerusalem" explores the city's sacred history and its everyday life.
"The Invisible Woman," starring and directed by Ralph Fiennes, shines a light on secret, much-younger mistress to author Charles Dickens.
Heather Arnet's documentary on Brazil's first female president premieres Saturday at the Carnegie Museum.
The Post-Gazette reviews movies from a family perspective
The festival will open March 20 with Andrzej Wajda's drama "Walesa: Man of Hope" and a visit from Danuta Walesa.
John Travolta has apologized to Tony Award winner Idina Menzel for mangling the pronunciation of her name during the Oscars telecast.
The four-man group will be playing songs at the Station Square venue from their new album, "Where The Sinners & The Saints Collide."
Nearly seven decades after her Broadway debut, performer Elaine Stritch is still here -- boy, is she ever.
21st annual JFilm festival will open with "Cupcakes" March 27 at Manor and bring 17 movies, guests and discussions to Pittsburgh.
"In the Heights" is the first Pittsburgh Musical Theater show in its new digs.
Home & Garden Show opens, "Disney on Ice" skates into Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre performs "3x3," Brit Floyd and more
News on the Gotobeds, the Tommy Osh benefit and Encryption Cipher.
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," "12 Years a Slave," and "Hours" hit store shelves.
Folk-rockers That Summer honor mutual friend from The Berlin Project.
From Boston Strong to Fenway Park, it was a wild, emotional year for the Celtic rockers.
The last time Arcade Fire was in Pittsburgh was 2004 at the Rex Theater. Ten years, three albums and a Grammy later, the band is back.
USA's "Sirens" and Comedy Central's "Review" have some pretty funny moments; FX's "Saint George" is old-school sitcom lame.
The Pittsburgh Savoyards, which performs the musical comedies of Gilbert and Sullivan, starts the season at 8 p.m. Friday.
Six playwrights whose works were produced outside New York City are eligible for cash prizes totaling $40,000,
The PSO laid off almost 10 percent of its administrative staff in ongoing efforts to balance its budget and make operations more efficient.
Also, Duquesne proposes building a black box theater, and the planning board OKs using a former Hazelwood church for a K-6 charter school.
Pittsburgh-set “Those Who Kill” performed poorly in the ratings Monday night, getting 1.4 million viewers.
The Winter Games help bump up February sweeps Nielsen ratings for NBC and local affiliate WPXI.
“Frozen” star Idina Menzel isn’t upset by John Travolta mangling her name at Sunday’s Oscars.
The last artist program of the 2013 Carnegie International will feature Dihn Q. Le tonight in a discussion of art, war and image.