The director says launching the versatile Singani 63 in the U.S. wasn’t an easy feat.
Ticket discounts will be available for more than 50 tours during promotional event from May 2-9.
Ten typists using vintage typewriters will be stationed in Market Square Friday and Saturday.
Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia, married couple and Steelers fans on NBC’s hit show, will announce a draft pick Saturday at Heinz Field.
Elton John has canceled a series of concerts after contracting a “rare and potentially deadly” bacterial infection while touring in South
“I am sad that I am not on television anymore.”
Lilli Passero still impresses with Shania Twain’s ‘Man! I Feel Like a Woman.”
The most impolite man on television writes a book for children espousing the importance of politeness.
Arthur Ziegler was sued by former trustees of the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation in 2013.
Tickets for the show at the Carrie Furnaces are going at the advanced discount price of $59.50.
The tale of love, deceit, and triumph over evil ran April 5-8.
“Zorro” made its mark April 5-8.
The cast of “In the Heights” transported audiences to Washington Heights March 30-April 1.
Nelly and Chris Lane will open the show.
By denying public funding for art, keeping art on the back burner, we fail to reward ourselves with much needed uplift.
The Oscar-winning actor has a long music career that began with his days in a ZZ Top tribute band.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s website says the two-time Emmy winner’s show canceled due to “scheduling conflicts.”
The Chainsmokers duo played a successful show with impressive production tricks. Some of the tracks fell flat, though.
Mr. Murdoch’s sons seem determined to rid 21st Century Fox of its roguish, old-guard internal culture and tilt operations toward the future.
The 2017-18 season includes the return of Pittsburgh native Kyle Abraham and a dance on the side of a building at the arts festival.
The new Hulu series, “The Handmaid’s Tale,” mirrors the Margaret Atwood classic novel.
Isabelle de Borchgrave constructed a paper gown inspired by “Portrait of Charlotte — Marguerite de Montmorency, Princess of Conde.”
The Average White Band, the Terell Stafford Quintet and comedian Rob Schneider are on tap this week.
Questions answered about news anchors with colds, “The Expanse,” “Motive” and “Ripper Street.”
The book was released by the University of Pittsburgh Press in conjunction with the opening of an exhibition at the August Wilson Center.
Written over a period of 18 years and clocking in at 800 pages, the novel practically dares readers to step inside and stay awhile.
No “Sexual Personae, Volume Two,” “Free Women, Free Men” arrives to remind us that the author has kept busy for the past quarter-century.
Moran became famous as Richie Cunningham’s younger sister on the TV sitcom “Happy Days.”
Choreographer Derek Deane redesigned the production for the proscenium arch and a conventional audience view.
The rugged country-rocker turned PPG Paints Arena into “the biggest bar in America on a Friday night.”
Conservative media insiders predict the former talk show host will be back on the air somewhere in no time at all.
Conducted by music director Manfred Honeck, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra opened its Viennese festival with pianist Till Fellner.
Contestants with Pittsburgh ties on Syfy’s special effects and makeup competition reach the finale and have fun doing it.
African band will resume touring in the UK.
Store will carry music from the local label, gear and new vinyl.
A new event that will debut next spring focuses on developing musicals fit for smaller spaces such as the Cabaret at Theater Square.
Four of the seven Rocky movies — Rocky, Rocky II, Rocky V, and Rocky Balboa — shot scenes in the building's first-floor commercial space.
This flawed but earnest film tells the story of the murder of 1.5 million Armenians in the early 1900s.
The film is based on University of Pittsburgh grad Rebecca Skloot’s book; NBC’s “Great News” is a good new comedy despite its thin premise.
Small towns throughout the region are revitalizing main street by renovating historic theaters.
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, Strand of Oaks, Cloud Nothings and more will play free shows in Schenley Plaza.
Tickets go on sale April 28.
The payout for the former Fox News talk show host, forced out over allegations of sexual harassment, represents a full year’s salary.
Wendy Bell plans to hold an “Evening of Thanks” in Greensburg June 28.
Here’s a look at the lineups for this year’s Allegheny County Concert Series running from June through September.
Changes won’t affect Pittsburgh’s larger stations, such as KDKA, although WQED will move to a different frequency within the next 39 months.
Special RSD releases honor Prince, Bowie, Leonard Cohen, Sharon Jones, Leon Russell and more.
Two bands have record release shows on Saturday.
Artist Michael Williams will speak at his Carnegie Museum of Art exhibition Thursday; Sonya Clark works open Friday at Contemporary Craft.
Artistic director Louis Robitaille is about to celebrate 20 years heading the Montreal company.