The Pittsburgh native and Broadway star now will perform at 9:30 p.m. in the Downtown cabaret space after the sold-out 7:30 show.
University of Pittsburgh professor Yona Harvey returns to her first love and creates an origin story for Zenzi, the mighty woman of Wakanda.
And Jonathan Toubin brings his New York Night Train Soul Clap to Spirit.
The film festival at Rodef Shalom, featuring five films and a shorts program, showcases stories of people with different disabilities.
To open the Pittsburgh Dance Council season, the 90-year-old troupe will stage a mix of old and new works at the Byham Theater.
“A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America” at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art is an intriguing mix of the familiar and unexpected.
Suzanne Nadell, the news director at a Tulsa, Okla., television station, will be leading the local NBC affiliate’s news department.
The August Wilson film adaptation stars and is directed by Denzel Washington. It’s due to hit movie theaters Christmas Day.
Many people took to social media and late-night comedy shows after the debate to share or take in different perspectives.
NBC’s warm drama series got off to a strong ratings start last week and this week’s episode is partially set in 1980s Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is first local group to join Department of Homeland Security’s “See Something, Say Something” safety program.
Singer from Mt. Lebanon is about to release debut album “Sit Still, Look Pretty,”
Pittsburgh is among select cities on Druid Theatre’s tour schedule, bringing the award-winning dark comedy here in March.
Today Wiz Khalifa is a world-touring hip-hop superstar, instantly recognizable for that strikingly slender (and now inked-up) frame.
A two-day event will give people a close-up look at 40 Downtown sites that are usually closed off or inaccessible to the public.
Three new children’s picture books combine appealing artwork and silly stories into books that are sure to captivate any young child.
KDKA’s Harold Hayes also recognized for his long-time achievement.
Between killer headliners, a bevy of local food trucks and an industrial backdrop, Thrival gets a uniquely Pittsburgh makeover.
Book review: Pulitzer prize-winning journalist takes on GOP candidate in 'The Making of Donald Trump'
David Cay Johnston puts Donald Trump under the microscope but fails to provide the knock-out punch his critics were hoping for.
Joe Conason’s “Man of the World: The Further Endeavors of Bill Clinton” is a positive defense of Bill Clinton’s post-presidency.
Armand Gamache’s retirement is interrupted when he moves to Three Pines only to discover his talents are needed to ferret out the killer.
Brazilian artist Helio Oiticica challenged his country’s dictators and exhorted his fellow citizens to “Be an Outlaw. Be a Hero.”
The Pittsburgh tango quartet Cuarteto Bravo, a conversation about August Wilson and comedian Harland Williams are on tap this week.
Rob Owen answers Question about Jennifer Antkowiak’s replacement, Greta Van Susteren’s departure from Fox News Channel and more.
With a 24/7 news cycle and the ability to take messages to the electorate through social media, TV ads can still have impact, experts say.
Schell Games launches Happy Atoms, a next-generation chemistry set designed to make molecular science accessible and fun.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s main branch in Oakland will have four ukuleles available for people to play.
Workshops and concerts put the ukulele front and center in Pittsburgh on Saturday, with Paul Hemmings as the headliner.
Here’s a look at campaign ads that have been woven into America’s political history.
Known for his work with Director Spike Lee, the Hill District native died in Pittsburgh this morning.
This week’s “House Hunters” features Western Pennsylvania natives Brynn Marie and Josh Himes looking for a new home in Nashville, Tenn.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter’s eclectic body of work also included the rap-music drama “8 Mile.”
Antoine Fuqua’s postracial “Magnificent Seven” remake is long on buildup and carnage and short on credible camaraderie.
The “MacGyver” remake is pedestrian; Fox’s “The Exorcist” scares punctuate an ominous mood.
The strange but adorable “Storks” should delight the whole family.
“To Carnegie With Love” will be performed Oct. 1 as a fundraiser for the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall in Carnegie.
A lawn concert Sunday in Peters will benefit the work of the P.E.O, a philanthropic organization that helps women scholars.
The station was off the air for about an hour Thursday morning.
Crossover duo Black Violin, Jason Aldean and The Grant Street Grifters are among highlights this weekend.
The famed wax museum is uncoupling Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt wax figures now that the pair is planning to divorce.
It was uncomfortable for George Clooney to learn of his friends’ divorce from the media.
Brynn Marie and Josh Himes, a well-traveled couple from Western Pennsylvania, will be featured Friday on HGTV’s “House Hunters.”
New DVD titles this week also include “Beauty and the Beast” and State of Jones.
Speakers at “There From Here: Stories of Bridges and the In Between” Friday include Rick Sebak and Vanessa German.
WQED will honor B.E. Taylor by rebroadcasting a special starring the late singer.
A Bricolage/ScareHouse co-production makes for a lavish brain-teaser; the drag queen extravaganza in Oakland is an entertaining eyeful.
Admission will be free Sunday to the Children’s Museum, the Sen. John Heinz History Center and two Carnegie museums during RADical days.
The Pittsburgh show of Billy Bragg and Joe Henry at the Benedum will be a taping for NPR’s “Mountain Stage.”
Thrival, teaming for the first time with local promoters Grey Area Productions, continues to ignore stylistic boundaries.
The season-opening comedy pushes the envelope for the actor playing a mild-mannered Texan and Tyrone, his demonic alter ego.