In France, at least, the timing is seen as significant, as relations between Paris and Moscow have reached historic lows.
He died Monday from pancreatic and lung cancer in Manhattan. He was 83.
Cirque Mechanics and comedians Nemr Abou Nassar and Bill Bellamy are on tap this week.
Lots of spooky fun on the calendar for the weekend before Halloween.
Fr. Robert Keffer will speak today about his research into surrealist Salvador Dali at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg.
Historical assets identified by the group include St. John Vianney Church in Allentown and Millionaires’ Row in McKeesport.
The Silver Eye Center leaves longtime South Side location for new gallery space in vibrant Penn Avenue arts district.
After 30 years of metal artistry, John Walter and his wife open Salvation by Iron Eden, which specializes in architectural antiques.
Whether it’s a note to your future self, a cracked garden gnome or a photo, the Museum of Broken Relationships wants symbols of your loss.
Many drawings, paintings and personal items from the artist are kept in the University Museum at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
After it closes in South Side on Saturday, the center will open a new 2,025-square-foot gallery in the spring.
Theater abounds, as well as performers Chase Bryant, Ben Folds, Esperanza Spaulding and Swedish sensation Zara Larrson.
COO Christian Schornich says the letter is a formality, but musicians say “it sums up ... management’s attitude ... perfectly.”
Artist Mohammed Musallam, a Palestinian who resides in Gaza, exhibits artworks and participates in programs at the Mattress Factory museum
The historic designation for the former Albright United Methodist Church went into place last week.
Andor Paposi-Jobb will give a three-day program on landscape painting for all levels of artists Oct. 10-13 at Mitchell Ponds Inne.
Architecture fans and curious people tour Downtown banks, churches, offices and a private social club as part of Doors Open Pittsburgh.
Chautauqua destroys historic amphitheater, begins building a replica of it and searches for a new president for the lakeside summer retreat.
Il Divo, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, author Ann Patchett and John McIntire’s Dangerously Live Comedy Talk Show are on tap this week.
Kansas, Styx and Swedish band Opeth hit town; Maryland rockers Clutch play and Tom Jones performs at the Benedum.
The Andy Warhol Museum, National Aviary and Carnegie Science Center are free on Sunday.
“A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America” at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art is an intriguing mix of the familiar and unexpected.
A two-day event will give people a close-up look at 40 Downtown sites that are usually closed off or inaccessible to the public.
Brazilian artist Helio Oiticica challenged his country’s dictators and exhorted his fellow citizens to “Be an Outlaw. Be a Hero.”
The Pittsburgh tango quartet Cuarteto Bravo, a conversation about August Wilson and comedian Harland Williams are on tap this week.