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The comedian/actor brings his stand-up tour to Heinz Hall on Oct. 25; British singer-songwriter Gray performs on Oct. 10.
On his first trip to Pittsburgh in six years, the rocker from Nashville blew through Stage AE Sunday night with Tasmanian Devil energy.
Pearlann Porter reveals the first part of her plan for a sendoff of a grand piano Saturday night in the debut of “A One Night Stand on
The oldest piece on the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble’s program was composed in 2006.
"Art Everywhere US" is billed as the world's largest outdoor art show and it's about to hit America's streets and public places.
An Australian film company making a movie, ’Tyke: Elephant Outlaw,’ is looking for photos or video from a 1993 circus standoff in Altoona.
In “Empty Mansions,” Bill Dedman looks at the life of mysterious heiress Huguette Clark, who maintained mansions she never lived in.
Kennywood coaster named given “landmark” status by American Coaster Enthusiasts organization.
"For all intents and purposes, it's no different than a Steelers game," said a police officer.
Baritone Daniel Teadt performs “Songs of Needful Love,” Cultured Steel Hip-Hop Festival, Part two of Pittsburgh Biennial 2014 opens ...
The dancers who departed are following different career paths, but three will find their way back to Pittsburgh.
Journalist John Rosengren recounts his exploits, on and off the field, and documents the rampant anti-Semitism in baseball in the 1930s.
The Pittsburgh poet turns to short fiction, finding humor in a crumbling area of his hometown, Detroit.
Vollmann's return to fiction, delving into ghosts and ghouls, is challenging, dense and rewarding for those who persevere.
A graphic novel of an art thief with a twist is not easily digested in one read, but the images and ideas will linger
U,S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps also scheduled to perform at Baldwin High School next Sunday.
Burning TV questions answered about “Doc Martin,” the use of YouTube footage by local TV news stations and the fate of “Community.”
Stephen Hadala was much more than just a face in the crowd in 16 years as a member of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre‘s corps de ballet.
The Jason Aldean party at PNC Park Saturday night had a few things that the Luke Bryan one last month didn't, including a pre
The new rules prevented the surface lots from opening until 2 p.m. -- 3½ hours before PNC Park opens for the concerts.
Five brass players, a DJ, a saxophonist and a guitarist performed on Chamber Music Pittsburgh’s “Just Summer” series.
Naturalist Bill Paxton depicts not just the anatomy but a bit of the soul of plants in exhibition at Phipps Garden Center in Shadyside.
You’ll laugh out loud at the improvisational nature of “Monty Python’s Spamalot” at the Benedum.
New season of Syfy’s “Face Off” is a matter of “Life and Death.”
Luc Besson’s “Lucy” features Scarlett Johansson as a woman whose brain power is out of this world.
Suspense and gamesmanship course through the spy thriller “A Most Wanted Man” with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams and Robin Wright.
Dazzling "Dance of Reality" proves a provocative, surreal film memoir from the 85-year-old master maker of "El Topo."
Despite the presence of Oscar winners Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton, “And So It Goes” comedy is cut from bland, sitcom cloth.
Zach Braff does triple duty as director, co-writer and actor in “Wish I Was Here,” as a struggling actor, husband and dad reassessing life.
Pittsburgh native Michael Keaton is about to have a moment (again) thanks to “Birdman,” set to open the Venice Film Festival in late August.
Blues-rocker Jack white returns to Pittsburgh for the first time since 2008.
Andy Warhol Museum, artist Robert Qualters and arts advocate Myron Hay Tomb will receive Governor’s Awards for the Arts in September.
Dwayne Johnson looks the part of Hercules but cannot sell the role in new movie based on Steve Moore comic.
A former nanny says Kate Gosselin was quite a controlling taskmistress with house staff and the children.
WGN America takes a left turn from witches in “Salem” to a smarter, more ambitious period drama about the Manhattan Project.
Tickets for the original July date will be honored in December.
To fans, Buffett is known simply as “Jimmy” and they casually tell stories about him like a best friend or neighbor.
Comedy's most likable jerk comes to Heinz Hall on Saturday.
Local Scene: Electronic Saviors, Bell Family Reunion, Casino Bulldogs.
Pittsburgh punk band Anti-Flag is preparing for another Russian invasion.
"Downton Abbey" cast talks season five; Fox remakes "Broadchurch" as "Gracepoint" for fall.
"Transcendence" stars Johnny Depp as in a kind of high-tech horror story; "Heaven Is for Real" recounts a boy‘s visions of the afterlife.
No Name Players production focuses on a sketch of the plot.
Texas singer Miranda Lambert has more freedom than her male counterparts.
Country singer Jason Aldean says he's there for the fans and doesn't care what the detractors think.
A roundup of events scheduled around town over the weekend.
Singer-pianist Dr. John still going strong at 73.
This Saturday afternoon, July 26, Pittsburgh street artist/sculptor Tim Kaulen will bring a Mobile Sculpture Workshop to 1215 Braddock Ave.
Some bluegrass acts are easy to imagine live, but not Nickel Creek.
Pop star Katy Perry delivered a nearly two-hour spectacle, with nine wardrobe changes, she jumped rope and road a mechanical horse.