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Minneapolis band plays sold-out Stage AE on reunion tour.
An R.E.M. documentary, Hollywood Theater fourth birthday party and a film about the Bhutanese experience are on tap for May.
E! has announced it will air a two-part “Keeping up With the Kardashians” focusing on Bruce Jenner’s gender transition.
Telly Leung, Cady Huffman, Mandy Gonzalez and Alton Fitzgerald White belt out songs and share stories in the series’ stirring season finale.
The star of Discovery Channel’s “Amish Mafia,” Levi Stoltzfus has pulled the curtain back on Amish life with his book “Amish Confidential.”
Ms. Tourangeau will come to Pittsburgh from Salt Lake City, where she has served as president and CEO of Utah Symphony | Utah Opera.
Aldean will play First Niagara Pavilion; Starr will play Heinz Hall; and Blues Traveler will perform at Stage AE Outdoors.
Whitney played Yeoman Janice Rand in the first eight episodes before being written out of the series.
A succinct and colorful chronicle of the Wright brothers and the invention of the era of manned flight.
Two laconic bikers brawl across America in Lee Maynard’s new novel.
Author J.C. Hallman documents his literary obsession with the writer Nicholson Baker.
Nearly 100 years after his birth, Orson Welles endures a sharp rise to fame and sharp fall from Hollywood grace to ultimately stay on top.
John Oates wasn't kidding when he said they draw all ages, and that's a testament to the duo's blue-eyed soul and '80s funk holding up.
After a year hiatus, the contemporary dance festival is back and will showcase emerging and established artists from Pittsburgh and beyond.
As the revue sells out its Downtown venue, PICT adds five performances at the Stephen Foster Memorial in Oakland.
Elif Shafak’s novel is an exquisitely realized historical yarn of the Ottoman Empire
“Broadway Showstoppers,” the season finale for the cabaret series, also features Cady Huffman, Alton Fitzgerald White and Mandy Gonzalez.
Mary Costello’s mesmerizing debut novel follows Tess from her childhood in Western Ireland through her experiences in post-9/11 New York.
Colin G. Calloway tells the true story of a Native American army that thrashed an American army.
The project became heated last fall after Chautauqua Institution acknowledged that it planned to demolish the structure and build a replica.
The performance features the company debut of Lawrence Brownlee, and Lisette Oropesa makes for a humorous, charming Marie.
The great Pittsburgh photographer’s love for steel and chrome zooms through a new exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
Clyde B. Jones III, who’s moving to New York, will step down as president of the Pittsburgh Opera board at the end of June.
Questions answered about “Downton Abbey,” “Doc Martin,” WEPA and the Tuned In podcast.
River City Brass Band, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and IonSound Project are in town.
Jacqueline Battalora wanted to find out why so many young black men are dying at the hands of police, from Baltimore to Ferguson, Mo.
Former Steeler Hines Ward marches back into the “Dancing With the Stars” spotlight.
Chatham Baroque’s Monteverdi program is an unusual and engaging theatrical experience.
“Addams Family” ran April 10-18.
“Anyone Can Whistle” ran April 24-26.
“Godspell” ran April 23-25.
Many shops are thriving in the Pittsburgh area as Borders and Barnes & Noble have retreated.
“Clouds of Sils Maria” features actresses Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart and Chloe Grace Moretz in a drama about art, acting and aging.
King started his career in the 1950s with The Drifters, singing on hits including “There Goes My Baby“ and “Save The Last Dance For Me.“
Painting with a Twist, a national franchise that turns art into a social event, is thriving in the Pittsburgh area.
Wim Wenders’ haunting “Salt of the Earth” documents the atrocities of humanity through the photography of Sebastiao Salgado.
2015 Webby Award winners announced. History Channel launches Apple Watch-friendly app.
The exhibition starts at the beginning, with a page by Jack Kirby of the Marvel superheroes’ first appearance.
Voters in the Keep or Cancel poll pick a long-standing favorite series but give big props to a newer network.
Comedy as a response to misery, kung fu fighting and cop corruption are the focus of three new movies opening today in Pittsburgh.
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” director Joss Whedon discusses the film.
Enthusiasts and novices will be bending and stretching from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 9 in Greensburg.
Marie Erickson created material for prospective mentors with the Art Expression program, including a guide book and a video.
About 40 young people shot footage for a short film titled “Transience” behind and near the Third Street Gallery.
Scores of movies, including the made-in-Pittsburgh "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" and "Southpaw," are headed our way for summer.
Chatham Baroque, vocal ensemble Ping, tenor Aaron Sheehan and guest musicians will present "Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda."
Never a dull moment in “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” but the overstuffed entertainment merely hints at the greatness that could have been.
The singer died April 21 at age 86.
Pittsburgh Opera's production of Donizetti's "The Daughter of the Regiment" opens.
Duo behind the hit "Stolen Dance" makes Pittsburgh debut at sold-out Stage AE tonight.