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Actress Morgan Fairchild is a self-proclaimed science nerd who is just happy to be a working actress.
Kelly Strayhorn Theater kicked off its 100th anniversary with a season opener that featured Carmen de Lavallade in the story of her life.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s “The Imitation Game” takes People’s Choice Award at the just-concluded Toronto International Film Festival.
Nearly three decades after Joan. Rivers’ brief run on Fox, the late-night network landscape remains entirely male.
Authors Ed Davis and Sean Madigan Hoen explore changing musical fortunes in a novel and an autobiography.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and Pittsburgh Opera are staying afloat in a continuously challenging financial climate.
Small classical music group face tough financial challenges and may lack the deep-pocketed donors and brand names of the bigger groups.
Questions answered about severe weather cut-ins, the whereabouts of a WTAE personality and the timing of the “Deadliest Catch” aftershow.
Ed Piskor, straight out of Munhall, develops characters he introduced from the early days of hip-hop.
The Village at Shirlington has experienced a renaissance since the mid-2000s, including the award-winning Signature Theatre.
From humble Pittsburgh CLO roots, the legend of Twan Baker continues to grow on stages from Kansas City to Broadway.
Wonder when your TV favorites will be back? Here are their return dates:
There’s nothing new this fall that’s as egregious as last fall’s Fox clunker, “Dads.”
A few worthwhile shows and a greater emphasis on diversity make the start of the 2014-15 TV season better than past fall seasons.
Used to looking at the grand scheme of things, Kissinger grasps global shifts well, but shows blind spots on Africa and Latin America.
Diana Bretherick shows that the catacombs of the Vatican have nothing on Turin’s eerie, winding roads.
It wasn't until 13 songs in at Consol Energy Center that they introduced the new material with "Gotta Get Away."
Once the radio home of standards and gentle hosts, WJAS has been turned into syndicated conservative talk, leaving loyal listeners livid.
PSO’s Music for the Spirit, Music at Rodef Shalom, “Dangerous Beauty” at the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation at CMU and more
Vicky Clark brings curatorial eye to be², a gallery within Borelli-Edwards Galleries in Lawrenceville. Its first show opens tonight.
They’re raising cattle and “Farm Queens” in Leechburg.
In “No Good Deed,” Idris Elba savagely menaces Taraji P. Henson.
Michael Che has replaced Cecily Strong as “Weekend Update” co-anchor on “Saturday Night Live.”
Chris Koch becomes CEO of the Design Center, a Downtown nonprofit that encourages good design and planning of the built environment.
Criminals, a pup and the past bring trouble to Tom Hardy and the late James Gandolfini in a thriller with too many twists.
PBS mainstay Ken Burns returns with his latest opus, the 14-hour series “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History.”
“Untitled (Yellow, Orange, Yellow, Light Orange)” could bring up to $30 million; “Untitled” is estimated to sell for up to $20 million.
Dollar Bank and Judith Fitzgerald are asking judge to find in their favor in the dispute over how the property is sold.
“Dolphin Tale 2” is a perfect end-of-summer film.
OMG, the Glue Factory Project’s “Parallel Lives” perfectly captures the relationships and isolation that we and technology create.
The Toronto International Film Festival will wrap up Sunday after screening films that will hit our local movie theaters in the future.
“The One I Love,” starring Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass, explores a broken couple’s attempt to work through marital strife.
At the Toronto Film Festival, Matthias Schoenaerts, Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace discuss their characters in “The Drop.”
Point Park graduate Kaley Ann Voorhees debuted in “Phantom of the Opera” this week in New York.
“Sports Jeopardy!” debuts on Crackle while Garth Brooks launches an online music store called GhostTunes.
Here's a list of fall plays and musicals on stages throughout Western Pennsylvania.
Tickets start at $44.25 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Sept. 19.
From continuing Pittsburgh Biennial openings to major exhibitions of the work and collection of Duane Michals, the 2014 fall art season
The band from Austin, Texas, turned to psych-rock wiz Dave Fridmann for their first album after a three-year break.
Concert scene moves inside with legends, newcomers and everything in between.
"The Sleeping Beauty," Arthur Aviles and Attack Theatre highlight the dance season.
The fall classical lineup includes a Pittsburgh Opera gala concert with Angela Meade, Carl Tanner and Marianne Cornetti.
Autumn’s approach brings new reasons to visit the area’s cultural attractions.
The walking dead move faster in Syfy's low-budget, entertaining zombie show -- "Z Nation."
Black Keys tour opened in Columbus, Ohio, last week and hits Consol Energy Center on Saturday.
The Orwells perform, Pennsylvania Trolley Museum hosts Trolley Days and Scottish Heritage Day is celebrated.
The final Historic Hanna’s Town Antiques and Collectibles Market of the 2014 season will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
"Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Words and Pictures," "Brick Mansions" and "The German Doctor" hit store shelves this week.
See this season’s offerings in plays and musicals, cultural attractions, fall festivals, concerts, dance, art and classical music.
The Fab Four touched down in Pittsburgh 50 years ago this week, leaving behind life-long memories for thousands of fans.