Riverlife hopes that temporary project leads to permanent light on the Sister Bridges between Downtown and the North Shore.
The fourth outing in the series of cheesy Syfy movies shows diminishing returns; "Bates Motel," "Teen Wolf" and "Vampire Diaries" ending.
Students learn how to make a TV show — and star in it — through Steeltown Entertainment Project’s “Reel Teens: Pittsburgh.”
A local senior drum and bugle corps pays tribute and continues to compete with a classic style from the 1960s and '70s.
The singer gets a nod for her collaboration with The Chainsmokers.
Indie artists offer shades of melancholy in Mr. Smalls show Monday.
The message and choice of designer for the first lady's dress make a statement about being inclusive.
The shows jumped into Part 2 of democracy in action Monday night, mixing barbs and sharp commentary about the convention in Philadelphia.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has announced the appointment of new musicians after months of auditions.
Mr. Parsons was the ABC affiliate’s assistant news director and investigative reporter for 15 years.
Tickets go on sale Friday for the Tedeschi Trucks Band’s concert at the Benedum Center on Nov. 19.
Stage Right brings the new musical “Tink!” to the New York Music Festival; Patrick Wilson joins Barbra Streisand on her new album.
Citiparks’ Cinema in the Parks, Poetry readings, Squirrel Hillbillies perform in Schenley Park, Health fair in Lincoln-Lemington and more...
The trio of David Whalen, James FitzGerald and Connor McCanlus break down the fourth wall in a raucous Sherlock Holmes parody.
From Larry Levis, a posthumous collection of many sad and lyrical poems over a 14-year period.
Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney chronicles the life of an elite New York family grappling with the the tragedy of being broke.
'Schools on Trial: How Freedom and Creativity Can Fix Our Educational Malpractice': School reform begins with self-learning
Nikhil Goyal proposes radical educational freedom as the answer to the woes of American public education.
Neal Bascomb expertly chronicles the Norwegian-British mission to frustrate Hitler’s attempt to develop an atomic bomb before the Allies.
Co-stars Emmy Raver-Lampman and Mark Evans compare notes on their experiences as they prep for the Elton John-Tim Rice musical.
Mary-Louise Parker, comedian Brent Morin and the old Pittsburgh Post-Gazette presses are among events on tap this week.
'The Fires of Spring': A Pittsburgh RAND scholar's vital 'Post-Arab Spring Journey Through the Turbulent New Middle East'
Pittsburgh native Shelby Culbertson examines the Arab Spring and its fiery implications for the region and the world five years later.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about Disney movies on Netflix, “Criminal Minds” and “Jesse Stone.”
Boris Brindar has spent the past 25 years saving the art of Pittsburgh’s churches, historic buildings and private donors from destruction.
The latest from the inventive novelist follows a woman’s journey through Alaska, providing social commentary at the expense of character.
Singer Brody Dolyniuk leads the orchestra in a hit-filled set.
Country superstar Luke Bryan returns to the First Niagara Pavilion for the “Kill the Lights” tour, featuring Dustin Lynch, Little Big Town.
Designation of Fallingwater and nine other Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings on World Heritage List is put on hold by U.N. committee.
The Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble has devoted two programs to the music of composer and steel pannist Andy Akiho.
The actor, a Swissvale native and Kiski School grad, replaces Virginia Montanez as the magazine’s monthly columnist.
In a partnership between TREK Development and ACH Clear Pathways, “Camera Man” was created in a 2015 children’s summer camp.
No guts, no glory this week on the Fox reality cooking show featuring Slippery Rock native Nathan Barnhouse.
Fox wanted to stay with breaking news reports from Munich, Germany, where several people were shot at a shopping mall.
Members of Texture Contemporary Ballet have changed, but their passion to dance remains the same.
The singer LP rediscovered her musical voice with a ukulele.
Rock Hall 3 for All Tour showcases three classic bands from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, with a guest spot from Mayor Bill Peduto.
Plagued by allegations that he forced out a former anchor after she spurned his sexual advances.
Drew Jubera wrote an article for GQ and now it has been turned into a Netflix docuseries; more “Murderer” on the way.
“Things have started to feel a little … episodic,” acknowledges the commander of the USS Enterprise in his famous captain’s log, three long
A crazy mom and her shadowy friend have a creepy bond that young protagonists strive to overcome in this low-budget horror film.
The man who gave Fox it’s news direction for nearly 20 years is let go after allegations of sexual harassment.
The Strip District club sold to Orchard Hill Church nixes plans for final weekend.
Strauss’ neglected comedy will receive its Pennsylvania premiere this weekend, courtesy of Opera Theater of Pittsburgh.
Bill Cardille was co-creator and host of "Chiller Theatre," a popular late-night show for horror flicks, and host of “Studio Wrestling.”
The music, to be performed live at the New Hazlett Theater, is “captivating — it makes you want to dance,” says founder Alan Obuzor.
The Wilson sisters are on the Rock Hall Three for All Tour with Heart, Cheap Trick and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.
The Symphony, Country star Luke Bryan and the ladies of Heart all hit town this weekend.
Garry Marshall was an unabashed throwback to the family oriented comedies of television’s first generation of the 1950s and ‘60s.
Eddie and Patsy are back and better than ever in “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.”
A complaint has the North Side James Street Gastropub and Speakeasy’s owner planning fundraisers for the survival of his business.
Actor and theater are laughing all the way to the stage in Kinetic Theatre’s production of the comedic “Hound of the Baskervilles.”