Jon Stewart’s replacement, Trevor Noah, is a relatively unknown 31-year-old South African comedian speaks seven languages.
Girls lined up all day to see Irish singer-songwriter go home happy.
Second and third generations of Griswolds embark on a disastrous “Vacation” and road trip to Walley World in the comedy starring Ed Helms.
A Carnegie Museum of Art exhibition of 12 women’s photography reveals inner lives of Middle Eastern people often stereotyped in the West.
Van Halen -- guitarist Eddie Van Halen; his brother, Alex, the drummer; and Eddie’s son, Wolfgang, the bassist -- performed Tuesday night.
Netflix kicks off the Television Critics Association summer press tour, continuing to disrupt how viewers consume TV content.
A gay accuser questions Cosby’s ability to “read” sexual cues.
Kaitlyn Bristowe chose Shawn Booth in the 11th season of “The Bachelorette.”
It's one-and-done for Cinemax's "Banshee" in Pittsburgh.
“Longmire” returns for its fourth season Sept. 10 on streaming service Netflix.
The exciting new video game for PC and PS4 puts the game of soccer on wheels.
Tonight Van Halen plays its first Pittsburgh show since 2012 at the Pavilion, while Hozier makes his debut here at Stage AE.
The series follows Kimmy starting over in New York after being trapped by a cult leader in an underground bunker for 15 years.
Holiday entertainment and discounts to Cultural District events will be featured at the Market Square Farmers Market Thursday.
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death has left her father Bobby Brown numb.
The Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center is enriching the neighborhood with bold art on vacant lots. Then a letter from the city arrrived ...
Killers singer joined by dynamic backing band for solo show.
Singer-songwriter shows a remarkable vocal range and gets everyone involved.
Born in the Dominican Republic, the actress came to the U.S. and followed her own path to her acting career and “Devious Maids.”
“It is an expression of your emotions about well-being to the person it is going to,” said art therapist Brant Meehan.
“I Am Cait” offers an emotional, touching look at Caitlyn Jenner’s new life, unlike the brasher “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”
The “Your Money & You” host has become popular not only here, but around the country.
“Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away July, 26 2015, surrounded by her family,” the Houston family said in a statement to People.
PNME offered everything from table music to slam poetry at their Saturday night performance of ’Return Flight.’
Marc Goodman will make you afraid to turn on your e-reader or laptop.
From Pittsburgh native Michael Neiberg, insight into the struggle to keep Europe safe, stemming from the Potsdam Conference in July 1945.
Jonathan Galassi, a poet and the current head of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, writes a love letter, of sorts, to his profession.
Disney Channel show follows the children of four classic Disney villains, a fun idea on paper that doesn’t pan out in execution.
The final week of the 2015 Drum Corps International tour begins Aug. 2 at Baldwin High School Stadium.
Opera Theater’s Summerfest brought this unique and entertaining work to life Saturday in the 20th Century Club’s Art Deco Theater.
“Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” is a pop culture hit with fans posting videos online of themselves dancing to the tune.
Post-Gazette TV writer Rob Owen answers reader questions online every Friday in Tuned In Journal blog at post-gazette.com/tv.
Poet Terrance Hayes at Writers LIVE @ CLP , “memory keep(h)er” at the Alloy Studios, Artist P. Nosa at the Mattress Factory ...
The legendary bluesman poured a lifetime of experience into his Blues Fest show.
As usual, Syfy’s “Face Off” has many Pittsburgh connections.
North Side, South Side, all around Downtown, let’s have some fun.
World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. has ended its contract with star Hulk Hogan following reports of his use of racial slurs in a sex video.
The Pirates will now play the Giants at 8 p.m. at PNC Park, while the Steelers face off against the Packers at 1 p.m. at Heinz Field.
ATLANTA — A historically black college is discontinuing its endowed professorship with Bill Cosby after recent details emerged of his
The ’70s rocker comes out at night with show that includes “Frankenstein” and “Free Ride.”
Southern rapper and presidential candidate puts the party before the politics.
Country trio puts the emphasis on production at Pavilion show.
The ’80s make a big comeback in Pittsburgh CLO’s fast-paced production about the power of love.
Old and new fans should enjoy the recently discovered never-before-published book by Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss.
“Kid Superheroes” Web videos star local YouTube favorites Jillian and Addie; StoryCorps launches an app for oral history projects.
The best number was the slightly funky treatment of Tom Waits’ “Temptation.”
Everything old is new again as networks mine their vaults for new fall series; KDKA sets “Hidden Treasures” taping at Heinz History Center.
Another John Green novel comes to life but doesn’t rise to the same level of excellence and emotion as “Fault in Our Stars.”
“Pixels,” starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Josh Gad and Peter Dinklage, celebrates old-school gamers charged with saving the planet.
Jake Gyllenhaal, under the direction of Pittsburgh native and director Antoine Fuqua, comes out swinging in “Southpaw.”