Kurt Angle’s list of accolades just got longer as WWE announced Monday that he will be a member of the 2017 class of the WWE Hall of Fame.
This election cycle there was no knock on PBS but the public broadcaster continues to make the case for federal support.
Earlier this month, the man known on the wrestling circuit for his dives was found not competent to stand trial in a 1983 death.
Charlie Ross beeps, shuffles and whines — think Luke Skywalker — through the hour-long show.
He has been a dominant voice in our sports world for more than 40 years. And Pittsburgh is a prevalent thread through his long career.
Magicians Francis Menotti and David London and guitarists Lee Ranaldo and Steve Gunn are some of the arts on tap this week.
The subscription box service started by Elena Petzold of Upper St. Clair was featured this month on ABC’s “Shark Tank.”
Michael Lewis looks at psychologists who collaborated on a theory about why humans systemically make mistakes in uncertain situations.
With “Dispatches from the 2016 Circus,” the Rolling Stone columnist explores how politicians lost touch with average Americans.
Questions answered about “Home Fires,” “Last Tango in Halifax,” “Long Island Medium” and “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders”
Run the Jewels brought tracks from the new album “RTJ3” to Stage AE, playing them live for only the second time.
Conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste, the Pittsburgh Symphony played its first concert on its main classical concert series since last spring.
What’s up with “The Voice’s” Josh Gallagher? Is it goodbye for Mary Berry on the “The Great American Baking Show”?
The new puzzle game by Pittsburgh’s Schell Games, set in the style of a ’60s-era spy drama, hits the bull’s-eye.
This would be the first marriage for the great-granddaughter of Steelers founding owner Art Rooney Sr.
WGN America’s filmed-in-Pittsburgh drama returns for its second season this month; “Prison Break” and “Fargo’ return for new runs.
Ticket will include copy of the new album “Welcome Home.”
Blatty was a former Jesuit school valedictorian who conjured a tale of demonic possession.
The show’s creator Kenya Barris hopes the episode sparks conversation among people on various sides.
Sunday HBO launches “The Young Pope” while PBS debuts “Victoria;” FX plans new seasons of “The Americans,” “AHS.”
Andrew Garfield shines in his role as a Jesuit priest in search of his spiritual mentor in 17th-century Japan.
Ben Affleck makes an un-thrilling period crime thriller.
The two Warped bands brought completely different vibes to Stage AE on Wednesday night.
Evancho on performing at inauguration: 'If people are going to hate on me it's for the wrong reason'
Pine resident Jackie Evancho, 16, has become the target of intense criticism over her decision to perform at the inauguration.
Keaton, a Pittsburgh native, said he "made a mistake reading the teleprompter and the cue cards."
The former Steelers quarterback said he didn’t put much thought into what he was saying and understands why Mike Tomlin took offense.
Magicians, music and children’s events are all on the calendar for the coming weekend.
Now that the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra musicians have a new contract, what is next for the financially troubled organization?
“Patriots Day” is the story of the 2013 bombing of the Boston Marathon and the search for the two men who planted the bombs.
A jazz show featuring Richie Cole and the Full Alto Madness Orchestra will help purchase a license for the new jazz station at 101 FM.
“Deepwater Horizon,” “Birth of a Nation” and “The Accountant” come out on DVD this week.
Lyndsey Smith rhapsodizes on new EP
Charlie Ross presents one man, dozens of characters and a droid or two in his “One Man Star Wars Triology” at the Byham Theater Saturday.
The Pittsburgh band will play the release show Friday at the Rex Theater.
After a two-year hiatus, Run the Jewels dropped their newest album, “Run the Jewels 3.”
The world premiere of Daniel Sonenberg’s “The Summer King,” produced by Pittsburgh Opera, highlights the spring classical music calendar.
Jack Bauer is gone, but the ticking clock remains in Fox’s upcoming reboot, “24: Legacy.”
Juliet Huddy, who appeared on the network from 1998 to 2012, reportedly settled for an amount in the high six figures in September.
The new bookstore @ Alphabet City celebrates its grand opening in the former Masonic Hall and will offer 8,000 carefully curated volumes.
The star of Public Theater’s “Between Riverside and Crazy” is a Texan who has gained Pittsburgh cred as a “Wilsonian Warrior.”
A list of PG Performers of the Year beginning in 1983.
“ENCORE...Back Inside the Artists’ Studios” returns to GalleriE CHIZ, Shadyside, with artist demonstrations and discussions through Feb. 24.
The filmed-in-Pittsburgh comedy will debut at the Sundance Film Festival this month but won’t air on TV for months.
Bands can submit audition videos to open show at PPG Paints Arena.
With Trump in office, Anti-Flag's Justin Sane will write 'songs about things I’d thought we moved beyond'
The Pittsburgh punk band comes to Stage AE on tour with Reel Big Fish.
After Roger Ailes was ousted, the company secretly struck an agreement with an on-air personality who accused Bill O’Reilly of harassment.
Instrumental band Russian Circles will open the outdoors show.
“The Franklin Project” by the artist and educator takes its title from the “Peanuts” cartoon strip’s lone black character.
The TV adaptation of the feature includes two executive producers from Pittsburgh, Antoine Fuqua and KristieAnne Reed.