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Southern Allegheny Museum of Art mounts a handsome retrospective of the art of Kamal Youssef featuring almost 250 paintings.
More women in jeopardy as entertainment on CBS’s “Stalker;” Fox remakes BBC America’s “Broadchurch” as “Gracepoint.”
Attack Theatre’s latest site-specific work is “Are You Still There?” at the Pittsburgh Coliseum in Homewood.
“13 Most Wanted Men” exhibition at The Andy Warhol Museum looks back at the row its namesake caused at the 1964 World’s Fair.
Kent Nelson, winner of the 2014 Drue Heinz Prize for Literature, gives a free reading Thursday night at the National Aviary.
Viola Davis has learned playing a defense attorney on “How to Get Away With Murder” that there’s a thin line between guilt and innocence.
Individuals can show support for the region’s arts and cultural groups through online contributions during Thursday’s Arts Day of Giving.
The work of Pittsburgh artist Anna Mikolay brings a hallway to life at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts during the Pittsburgh Biennial.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m, Oct. 13 via LiveNation.com and through the Live Nation mobile app.
“Pygmalion”-inspired “Selfie” has occasional moments of sharp comedy, but there’s nothing to love about ABC’s “Manhattan Love Story.”
Hilary Mantel’s new collection of fiction includes one rather controversial story ...
The 2.0 version of “Disney Infinity,” featuring Marvel super heroes, is a significant, albeit expensive upgrade from last year’s original.
“The Family Next Door” is a new documentary that highlights the challenges and triumphs of an Upper St. Clair family dealing with autism.
Chris Jamison, 20, of Ross advanced past the “blind auditions” round tonight on the NBC television show “The Voice.”
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin marry again in a civil ceremony to make their union legal in Italy.
Former “The View” co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck recently celebrated a year at “Fox & Friends,” saying she is “very comfortable.”
At even a cursory glance, Texture Contemporary Ballet had an obvious “Synergy” in its first program at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater.
As PPT marks its 40th season, Ted Pappas, the longtime artistic director, wins raves for being professional and personable.
Adam Hochschild, NoViolet Bulawayo, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, Jen Bervin, Jennifer Clement and Peter Hessler will appear this season.
With first-rate music and interesting storytelling, Patti Austin put on an entertaining show at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild Saturday night.
Mr. McEwan’s latest novel, about a judge deciding if a boy must receive medical treatment over his religious parents’ wishes, feels forced.
“The Fall of Gary Hart and the Rise of Tabloid Politics” serves as a reminder of the tricks memory can play on us.
Guitarist George Benson pens an illuminating autobiography rich in Pittsburgh history and music.
Tonight’s crossover episode of “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy” contains a joke with the punch line: “Your sister is being raped.”
Post-Gazette reporter Kate Giammarise says the murals in the state’s Finance Building are a New Deal gem.
Director Martin Scorsese and documentarian David Tedeschi examine 50 years of the New York Review of Books in an HBO documentary.
Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” in Frick Park, Pittsburgh Concert Society presents winners, Takacs Quartet, NPR’s Michele Norris and more.
There’s nothing funny about the latest “Face Off” clown challenge.
Pittsburgh-born director Antoine Fuqua and Denzel Washington, who struck acting gold with “Training Day,” reunite in “The Equalizer.”
Gigi Edgley, star of “Farscape,” travels to genre conventions worldwide to thank the fans who saved the series from extinction.
The edgy and delightful “Boxtrolls” is a mix of of 3-D, stop-motion, CGI and hand-drawn animation based on the book “Here Be Monsters.”
Netflix rival Amazon attempts to make a splash with its new original series “Transparent.”
“Love Is Strange” pairs John Lithgow with Alfred Molina as a longtime couple, while Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig are “The Skeleton Twins.”
Denzel Washington plays a retired agent who becomes a vigilante hero in “The Equalizer,” reuniting him with director Antoine Fuqua.
“The Boxtrolls” is suitable for ages 7 and up, especially if they’re familiar with Alan Snow’s “Here Be Monsters” and aren’t easily spooked.
The PSO will perform at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on Sunday and Monday.
A Red Bull documentary explores video game music. “This American Life” launches “Serial” podcast. “Gilmore Girls” comes to Netflix.
Wiz Khalifa’s soon-to-be ex-wife Amber Rose says infidelity led her to file for divorce.
Kareem, 30, of East Liberty, who performed as "S Money," had been on bond from a previous heroin conviction.
The Coen brothers movie classic featuring "The Dude" continues to spark a festive fan community.
The 10th annual Gallery Crawl Downtown will feature art openings, dance, film and music.
Texture Contemporary Ballet's latest production will feature a mixed repertory program of contemporary, modern and classical works.
Shonda Rhimes, executive producer of "Scandal,“ introduces another entertaining, gonzo confection with ABC's "How to Get Away With Murder."
Patti Austin, the smooth jazz singer known for "Baby, Come to Me," has roots in Pittsburgh.
Real Estate continues its winning ways on third album "Atlas."
VIA Festival has a range of events including films, concerts and lectures.
Local Scene: A new jazz-rock mix from Pete Bush and the Hoi Polloi.
The veteran rocker’s Ride Out Tour includes a Jan. 22 stop in town.
Filmmaker Alex Gibney, who laid bare "The Armstrong Lie," switches gears with his documentary about Afrobeat musical pioneer Fela Kuti.
RAD, the Regional Asset District of Allegheny County, gives back to taxpayers with free events.