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See a Ghost, sing along to Talking Heads' Songs, celebrate Shakespeare or get colorful at Schenley Park. It's all happening this weekend.
Artist Janet Zweig discusses the first phase of "Bridging the Gap" project.
The McKinley Library and Museum events will raise funds to buy the former first lady's tiara.
A Canton, Ohio, museum is raising funds to bring Ida Saxton McKinley's jewelry back from the "Pawn Stars" shop in Las Vegas.
"Earth Nest" by artist Duncan MacDiarmid at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art complements April's Earth Day themes.
The men who stole the 16-foot statue stolen from a woman's yard have brought it back.
The ethereal images on Pittsburgh's brick canvases live on in an exhibit at Filmmakers Galleries in Oakland.
Catherine Hardwicke, who directed the first "Twilight" movie, will be part of the Women in Film and Television International Summit in May.
Bunnies, Mac Miller, Earth Day events populate the weekend.
Westmoreland Museum of American Art discusses plans for public art commission for Greensburg.
Kenneth Snelson gives a free talk about his career at the Carnegie Museum of Art at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
One is a Gauguin still life; the other is a Bonnard work. Both hung in a retired factory worker's kitchen.
PSO features Mandy Patinkin, Phantogram hits town and Cedric the Entertainer comes to the Waterfront.
Ken Love talks about new 3-D technology that does away with viewer glasses and screens a film at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Two brothers left Pittsburgh a century ago to make their living taking photos at the Grand Canyon.
Cass Gilbert's design for local Soldiers & Sailors Memorial goes on the block next month at Swann Auction Galleries
Pittsburgh filmmaker Andres Tapia-Urzua explores philosophy behind the Open City of Ritoque, Chile.
The Hillman Photography Initiative examines the life cycle of images and the impact of technology on image-making.
"RACE: Are We So Different?" opens with events this weekend at Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
Portrait subjects and their relatives recall the thrill of meeting Elizabeth Black or receiving the wartime sketches from her.
Society raises $25,000 toward cleaning and restoration of St. Nicholas murals by Maxo Vanka.
For more than 10 years, James Simon has been turning Gist Street on the Bluff into an outdoor museum.
Japanese architect Shigeru Ban won the Pritzker Architecture Prize largely because of his work designing shelters after natural disasters.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia plans to sell part of the art collection at its seminary, including five portraits by artist Thomas Eakins.
"Teenie Harris Photographs: Baseball in Pittsburgh" at the Carnegie Museum of Art captures a love for the game and the people who shared it.
Mural at Community House shows the city's past and common-sense ways to heal its landscape.
Richard Kurin's illustrated talk about "The Smithsonian's History of America in 101 Objects" will take place at the Heinz History Center.
Goings-on this weekend include "Pittsburgh Batman," CMU's 3-D "CLOUDS" and rappers at the Benedum.
The 2013 Carnegie International wraps up with 156,451 visits from all art lovers all over the world. Some works will stay here.