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“Pittsburgh’s Hidden Treasures” expects to draw a big crowd — and antiques — to Heinz History Center.
Patrick O’Keeffe chronicles unlucky Irish romantic affairs in “The Visitors.”
John Vento and his band, The Businessmen, will play a benefit concert Sunday for a cause near to his heart, the Lupus Foundation of Pa.
Taiwanese author Wu Ming-Yi never lets the reader out of his sight in “The Man With the Compound Eyes.”
At the Metropolitan Opera in New York, last-minute labor negotiations aimed at averting a lockout were extended 72 hours.
An interview with director Mike Cahill whose movie “I Origins” opened Friday.
Jane Pauley will fill in Aug. 10 for Charles Osgood on “CBS News Sunday Morning” and the next day on “CBS This Morning” for Gayle King.
Bob Kane’s own copies of the Caped Crusader’s earliest appearances will be sold to the highest bidder.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” mines 1970s music, obscure Marvel Comics, laughs and Chris Pratt’s appeal.
Chadwick Boseman should feel good, very good, as he moves from Jackie Robinson and a football draft pick to James Brown in “Get on Up.”
A sensual gem from French New Wave master Eric Rohmer — lost for 18 years — is no less enchanting or evocative.
Mr. Jones will take dream position as chair of the Brass Department at the prestigious Berklee College of Music.
A new version of the 2013 apocalyptic game featuring Pittsburgh is available for PlayStation 4 with updated graphics.
“The Killing” moves to Netflix for its final melancholy-filled season; FX introduces a new Kelsey Grammer-Martin Lawrence sitcom.
Michael Pitt says “I Origins” sometimes prompts, tears but it almost always produces debate about science and spirituality.
Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood,” a dozen years in the making, opens today after taking Sundance and other 2014 film festivals by storm.
“I Origins” casts a wide net, embracing debate about faith, science and reincarnation in film from “Another Earth” filmmaker Mike Cahill.
The company will stage adapted versions of “The Nutcracker” and “Beauty and the Beast” for those with autism and other sensory
“Sharknado 2: The Second One” shattered some major Twitter records Wednesday night.
The Post-Gazette reviews movies from a family perspective.
The rapper returns to his hometown Friday for a concert, on the brink of releasing his third major-label album.
Boz Scaggs and Leftover Salmon headline weekendlong AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival in Johnstown.
The Texas filmmaker shot "Boyhood" during a 12-year period with the same core cast.
The Los Angeles-based band has reunited since its 2007 breakup for the Word of Mouth Tour, celebrating the group’s 20th anniversary.
Offspring headlines Summer Nationals with the full run of "Smash."
Panic! at the Disco singer Brendon Urie talks about the band's new album, Westboro Baptist Church and the AP Music Awards.
Sundance TV scores with a smart, sophisticated and perhaps uncomfortably timely political thriller.
New on DVD: 'Noah' and 'The Other Woman'
A roundup of events happening in and around the city this weekend.
The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh’s annual exhibition is a visually dynamic representation of contemporary art being made in our region.
The musical comedy based on the movie “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” delivers on all cylinders.
Mac Miller talks about his MTV2 show “Most Dope Family,” the mixtape “Faces” and a forthcoming album.
Social media maven and “Star Trek” star George Takei will host and narrate a “Sci-Fi Spectacular” PSO concert Nov. 14 to 16.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Aug. 9 via www.livenation.com and through the Live Nation mobile app.
In “Cowboys and Indies,” Gareth Murphy catalogs the ups and downs of the record industry, charting more than 160 years of music territory.
CMU’s Scott Sandage helps actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson trace his family history on “Who Do You Think You Are?”
Syfy’s silly sequel to last year’s guilty pleasure, “Sharknado,” heads east and leans more toward comedy.
Part two of the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial will open with a public reception Friday at the Pittsburgh Glass Center.
“The Bachelorette” Andi Dorfman picked Josh Murray as her true love.
Pittsburgh’s Wednesday solar concert series will continue through Aug. 27 and it’s free.
“Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular” will showcase life-size dinosaurs in an informative setting at Consol Energy Center.
The California wave punk bands opened Tuesday night at a Stage AE packed for the biggest old-school punk gathering here in years.
“Jersey Shore’s” The Situation will take anger management classes to resolve simple assault charges stemming from a July 15 fight.
A retelling of the Brothers Grimm’s “Twelve Dancing Princesses” set in Prohibition-era New York, the 12 sisters leap off the page.
KDKA-TV hires Rich Walsh as a TV sports reporter/anchor; Jodine Costanzo leaves WPXI for a job in advertising sales.
Mr. McMullan is best known as the illustrator of “I Stink,” the story of a garbage truck, but his newest work, a memoir, is quite different.
In “Empty Mansions,” Bill Dedman looks at the life of mysterious heiress Huguette Clark, who maintained mansions she never lived in.
On his first trip to Pittsburgh in six years, the rocker from Nashville blew through Stage AE Sunday night with Tasmanian Devil energy.
The oldest piece on the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble’s program was composed in 2006.
An Australian film company making a movie, ’Tyke: Elephant Outlaw,’ is looking for photos or video from a 1993 circus standoff in Altoona.