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The Decemberists come off a four-year hiatus with “What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World.”
Abstract painter Ramon Riley teaches art in the Pine-Richland School District.
The scholar and art historian, who lived in Shadyside as a child, is curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia.
The show is scheduled to air at 4 p.m. on WTAE-TV.
Pittsburgh band Balloon Ride Fantasy releases full-length debut with show at Pittsburgh Winery on Saturday.
Seven-member French-Argentinian ensemble Union Tanguera performs at the Byham Theater on Saturday night.
The 22nd annual film festival that delves into Jewish culture will open April 16 at the Manor Theater in Squirrel Hill.
"Into the Woods," "Unbroken" and "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" migrates to store shelves this week.
Seattle singer-songwriter Mark Hadreas knew he had something special with "Queen."
Anthony McKay's play about sisters fallen on hard times has its world premiere at Point Park's The Rep.
Happening this weekend: Rakim/Dead Prez, Waxahatchee, Lady Beast and pUNKapalooza.
Bill Toms releases a new album, "Deep in the Shadows."
PSO horns take center stage at the Pittsburgh Symphony, Barry Manilow hits town for maybe the last time and the Bunny Trolley begins to run.
After being scorned by the local carpenters union in the ’70s, a woman’s determination has led her to create exquisite wood furniture.
Swissvale native Billy Gardell hosts the new weekly game show “Monopoly Millionaires’ Club,” which has a lottery tie-in.
The admission price -- from $17.95 to $19.95 -- will still give visitors access to both Oakland museums.
What ever happened to Dick and Jane and Spot and Puff? “At Once there was a House” by the Glue Factory Project tries to answer.
Kathleen Montgomery’s “Body Memory Architecture” explores past and present. The exhibition runs through Sunday.
Forty authors and 250 people will discuss fiction this Sunday at Andrew Carnegie Library & Music Hall in Carnegie
Italian Film Festival USA will open Thursday in Carnegie and show another six movies at the Frick Fine Arts Auditorium through late April.
The author of “Real Moms Making Real Money Blogging at Home in Their Pajamas” shares some tips of blogging success.
The crying piccolo girl talked with Jimmy Fallon and performed with The Roots on “The Tonight Show” Monday.
“The Addams Family” ran March 6-14.
“Shrek” ran March 20-22.
David Matthews, with a late-in-life Asperger’s diagnosis, navigates Pittsburgh’s dating and art scene in Julie Sokolow’s documentary.
Not everyone will love Sony’s PS4 game “Bloodborne,” but if played as intended, it’s one of the best games so far for 2015.
“Crying Piccolo Girl” at Consol Energy Center a viral hit
The Summerland Tour headlined by Everclear and Pittsburgh jazz- pop legend will come to Pittsburgh this spring.
Whether working with people or Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, actor, comedian Jack McBrayer just wants to keep working.
Highlights include vocalist Al Jarreau and alto saxophonist David Sanborn.
Three CAPA students shine in seventh annual August Wilson Monologue Competition.
The country star plays June 26 at First Niagara Pavilion. Sugar Ray is part of the Under the Sun tour, coming here on Aug. 9.
Darlene Harris’ measure addresses the permit process for screen and TV projects that’s designed to meet the industry’s ”unique needs.”
Mia Zanotti, 16, lives in Hyde Park, Westmoreland County and is a sophomore at Kiski Area High School.
With artful singing from guest vocalists and resident artists, this staging presented new insights into “Carmen’s” timeless themes.
There was a perceptible shift in programming from Point Park’s Conservatory of Dance Company at its annual program at the Byham Theater.
The mixed repertory program of old and new works was arguably one of the company’s strongest, most sophisticated shows to date.
Dennis Lehane gives what most people want in a crime novel — a fast-paced story with enough unexpected occurrences.
Franz Xaver von Schönwerth (1810-86), a Bavarian civil servant, collected stories from rich and poor alike. They enchant and entertain.
David Treuer's examination of a Minnesota family, circa 1942, brims with poetic language and emotion.
Questions answered about KDKA-TV’s new set, WPXI’s Damany Lewis and A&E’s “Godfather of Pittsburgh.”
Organist Barbara Bruns, writer Dennis Lehane, performance artist Cynthia Hopkins, Duquesne University’s Symphony Orchestra and more ...
Jim Carrey and Keanu Reeves will join the cast of the movie “The Bad Batch.”
The proposed venture was announced last May during a black-tie dinner that celebrated the museum’s 20th anniversary.
“Insurgent” picks up the story where the Shailene Woodley movie “Divergent” left off, and it’s bigger, more muscular and action-packed.
“The Secret Sharer” turns Joseph Conrad’s story of the same name on its ear with one gender-bending twist.
The late-night TV apple cart is in upset again with departures and new arrivals, including a new host for CBS’s “Late Late Show.”
JFilm festival provides a sneak peek at two of its 20 titles. Also, CMU student Savannah Reich wins prestigious screenwriting prize.
.The Post-Gazette reviews movies from a family perspective
“Mommy” vibrates with energy, ambivalence, emotional fireworks and unexpected turns in the story of a troubled Canadian boy and his mother.