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The Capaldi Era of the 50-year-old sci-fi series begins with the season eight premiere tonight on BBC America.
“Utopia’s” cast of pioneers is released. These people are going to create a new society?
Pittsburgh CLO is working to bring two national tours to town next summer.
“When the Game Stands Tall,“ starring Jim Caviezel as a coach, dramatizes what happens when a 151-game winning streak comes to an end.
“If I Stay” stars Chloe Grace Moretz as an Oregon teen who must choose between life and death after her family is in a calamitous accident.
The brilliant visuals in Michel Gondry's "Mood Indigo" contain less eternal sunshine and more dark, moody blues.
BBC America debuts the puzzling, clear-as-mud “Intruders”; Nielsen dishes data on Pittsburgh TV viewers.
As an Irish priest who receives a death threat in the confessional, Brendan Gleeson acts in “Calvary” as if his soul depended on it.
In “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar,” the cute critters get their movie moment in the sun, complete with soothing narration by Morgan Freeman.
Mike Super of Peters earns a wildcard to continue performing on “America’s Got Talent.”
Feel-good football movie “When the Game Stands Tall” is rated PG, while and romance drama “If I Stay” is PG-13.
The most grievous offense in “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” might just have been making a sequel to the stylish, satisfying 2005 original.
Things get spacey when guest star Leonard Nimoy drops by Springfield in “The Simpsons” episode “Marge Vs. the Monorail.”
A reporter separates fact, fiction and outright invention for “When the Game Stands Tall” about De La Salle High’s football win streak.
The four-day festival that begins Thursday will host a variety of musicians and small businesses along Liberty Avenue.
Lady A’s fifth proper album, due Sept. 30, is “747” and is off to an auspicious start with “Bartender.”
The North Shore venue competes with House of Blues franchise on Billboard list.
Paul Stanley explains why Kiss is the real deal.
Washington, Pa., native Paul Jacobs, a Grammy-winning organist, performs at Westminster Presbyterian Church on Friday.
Musician and Sound Cat owner Karl Hendricks, a widely admired leader of Pittsburgh’s music scene, is battling oral cancer.
Gloria Reuben hits town for performance on Friday night.
The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre will start its 45th season with new leadership on its board of trustees.
Jim Caviezel found it easy to play the reticent, religious high school football coach whose legacy is more than a 151-game winning streak.
People news on MTV Video Music Awards, Motley Crue and Bob Marley.
Shadyside ... The Art Festival on Walnut Street, Oddball Comedy Festival, Run Around the (Regent) Square, Pittsburgh New Works Festival ...
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will honor former music director Lorin Maazel in the opening weekend of its classical subscription season.
Dave Pahanish, Skull Fest 6, Jam for Joey are scheduled for the weekend.
The time has come again for a journey back to a medieval world alive with chivalrous knights, fair maidens and Washing Well Wenches.
"The Amazing Spider-Man 2," "Only Lovers Left Alive" and "The Quiet Ones" hit store shelves.
At the end of their football careers last summer, Baron Batch and John Malecki are now teammates in Studio A.M.
Alexandre Arrechea, the Cuban-born artist whose sculptures are temporarily installed Downtown, will give an artist talk and tour next week.
Ay carumba! A 552-episode “Simpsons” marathon starts Thursday on FXX.
Two teams of artists have been working for a month at Bricolage’s Downtown theater, where two new works will be workshopped.
Celebrities remember the golden voice of Don Pardo, who died Monday at 96.
Claire Cameron’s novel, imagining the aftermath of a real bear attack, is an intriguing concept but maybe not scary enough.
Brian Herbert makes you think about the possible destruction of the planet should humans fail to do their part.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre opened its 45th season under the stars at Hartwood Acres with a new look and some old favorites.
Jokesters from all over the country will hit the stages in Oakland, Aug. 21-23.
“Orange Is the New Black’s” Uzo Aduba is a surprise winner at Saturday’s Creative Arts Emmys.
The show had been scheduled for Sept. 24.
Alternative photo processes available on smartphones are reviving interest in historic photography techniques.
Young adult writer Gayle Forman’s novel “If I Stay” has been translated to the big screen and opens Friday in theaters. It’s a cliffhanger.
Rap superstars send the crowd home happy with energetic show.
August Wilson’s go-to director for more than a decade fought his way back from health problems to succeed again on stage.
Between 2007 and 2012, Pennsylvania issued $298 million in tax credits among 292 productions and 500 applicants.
Winners are marked with an “X” on the PG list of major-category nominees for the Primetime Emmys.
Two collections offer a ringside seat to the poetic voice of Samuel Hazo, the driving force of Pittsburgh’s International Poetry Forum.
“There’s so much more I want to do and see here.” Scouting might mean popping into a place and realizing, “Wow, this wasn’t here before.”
With his usual eye for detail, Ben Macintyre describes how the well-born British spy was a Soviet agent for years, at the highest levels.
The 14th work of fiction from Haruki Murakami, Japan’s most popular author, may surprise some of his ardent followers.