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The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra offered “A Night in Russia” featuring conductor Krzysztof Urbanski and concertmaster Noah Bendix-Balgley.
Mercer County teen Savannah Fitzgerald races with the boys on the new TruTV show “Kart Life.”
“The Loft” is a stylish but flawed whodunit about five upper-income-bracket pals who share a loft where they bring their assignations.
Death Row Records founder Suge Knight was arrested early Friday in connection with a fatal hit-and-run accident near Los Angeles.
“A Most Violent Year,” starring Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain and David Oyelowo, is set in gritty, crime-ridden 1981 New York.
The series “Outsiders” follows the Appalachian Farrell family, who, according to WGN America, live off the grid and above the law on a
“Black or White” is just that, a drama about whether a girl should stay with her white granddad or live with her African-American grandma.
Lavish staging and a top-notch cast produce an oh-so loverly production of the classic Lerner and Loewe musical.
If approved by UNESCO in 2016, the nominations would be the first World Heritage listings in the field of modern architecture in the U.S.
London’s Natural History Museum sparks outcry with plans to remove Dippy the dinosaur, donated by Andrew Carnegie, from a prominent spot.
Five teens, including one played by Jonny Weston as a college-bound brainiac, figure out a way to time travel in “Project Almanac.”
Some of the live-action and animated mini movies nominated for this year’s Academy Awards are REALLY brief: One of the best is 2 minutes.
Producer Neal Dodson talks about the serendipity of casting “A Most Violent Year” and re-creating 1981 New York there and in Detroit.
PBS revisits classic literature in the second season of “Shakespeare Uncovered” and NBC plots a move for “The Blacklist.”
Jude Law leads a crew of British and Russian roughnecks looking for Nazi gold in Kevin Macdonald’s submarine thriller, “Black Sea.”
Actor Jude Law taps into his character-actor side to play a treasure-hunting submarine captain in the new thriller, “Black Sea.”
“The Big Bang Theory’s” Jim Parsons is slated to play God on Broadway.
The actors playing Higgins and Eliza in PPT's "My Fair Lady" find joy in the big and small moments of a classic musical.
Marion Cotillard tries to save her job at a Belgian factory in a new work from the Dardenne brothers.
"Brahman/I" walks a fine line between stand-up comedy and theater, with the promise that funny is paramount.
"The Judge," "Fury," and "The Remaining" hit store shelves.
Don Cab drummer stepped out front for early '90s side project.
Shock-rocker Marilyn Manson will play a sold-out show at Stage AE Friday on tour with his new album.
John Collins, bassist with the band from Vancouver, produced two of the four songs, recorded at Machine Age Studios.
Joe Jackson, who teaches dance at Sewickley Academy, is performing with Pittsburgh Public Theater, which is benefiting his students.
Two residents formed Split Stage Productions to offer unconventional plays in Westmoreland County.
The group, which performs show tunes, music from the 1950s to 1970s, patriotic music and more, has two concerts scheduled so far this year.
The symphony spends a musical night in Russia; Blues singer Selwyn Birchwood comes to town and ’Voice’ singer Melanie Martinez performs.
Members of Clergy Against Alzheimer’s have written the book, which is available on Amazon.
Dance Workshop by Shari in Whitehall raises money for nonprofits through its foundation, Dancing for a Difference.
Rachel L. Greenblatt, speaking at Congregation Emanu-El Israel, addressed the presence and absence of American Jews in the TV industry.
Why are women the ‘weaker’ sex when it comes to portraying characters on television dramas?
The purchase of a rare Meissen table service turned Fritz Theil into a collector. He’ll give a talk at Maridon Museum.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s 2015-16 lineup is peppered with pieces artistic director Terrence Orr has been working for years to secure.
An exhibition at Christine Frechard Art Gallery argues for a place for the late Pittsburgh artist Susan Winicour in art history and markets.
PMT transports theatergoers to the colorful world of “Disney’s Little Mermaid,” a show that goes swimmingly with a pitch-perfect Ariel.
Christina Aguilera will perform at the NBA All-Star Game in New York.
“Let It Snow” returns some familiar faces to Pittsburgh and brings Diane Keaton, Alan Arkin and John Goodman here for holiday comedy.
The last gasp of the musical’s New York run featured songwriter Sting rallying the troupe one more time.
The Will Smith movie, “Concussion,” recently finished filming in Pittsburgh, will be released on Christmas Day, various websites report.
Filmed and set in Pittsburgh, the movie gets a partner for global distribution after receiving rapturous reviews and applause at Sundance.
Murrysville’s Maddie Ziegler is on her toes as dance takes her around the world.
A proposed update of the 121-year-old building was decried by preservationists because it required a virtually complete demolition.
Mr. Tunstall attempts to set the record straight about his legendary captivity in World War II.
Mr. Lange’s latest collection of bizarrely optimistic moments in contemporary shame spirals.
Pittsburgh’s most successful romance writer returns with the second installment of her popular “A Gateway to Love” series.
Actress and poker player Jennifer Tilly says the best female players play like men — very aggressively.
As it did on New Year's Eve, Primus will devote one set to performing the soundtrack to "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory."
Inductees including F. Murray Abraham and Blythe Danner will have their day in the spring.
The new one-hour drama “Supergirl” is the latest in a flurry of TV shows based on comic book superheroes.