Movie studios have differing preferences regarding how quickly to make their movies available on all platforms and at what cost.
The somewhat scary but derivative film is a poor man’s “Alien.”
“Game of Thrones” parody “Graeme of Thrones,” Celtic Woman and comedian Donnell Rawlings are on tap this week.
Despite the fantastic music the group has put out over the last 11 years, something about the live performance felt artificial.
The new endeavor by The Ellipses Condition puts the interplay between dance, music, chalk art, poetry and science under a microscope.
The Broadway-bound blockbuster sequel to J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” books and films focuses on parent-child relationships.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about grammar in local newscasts, The Weather Channel and “Sunday Housecall.”
The “NEBBY: Rick Sebak’s Tales of Greater Pittsburgh” series announced Thursday it will raise funds through a Kickstarter.com.
English readers finally have a translation of the Icelandic version of Bram Stoker’s famous tale that goes in a different direction.
Elliot Ackerman’s second novel shows how people carry emotional and physical scars of war, and how war both demolishes and becomes home.
Art & Architecture
Pollock, Calder, O’Keeffe and Bearden shine among Neuberger Collection of American modernism works at Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
A Somerset murals tour, Arthur Lubetz at The Carnegie, fly fishing artists in Homer City, and a Westmoreland mural embody arts diversity.
Robert E. Kelly and his wife said their family tried to lay low after being overwhelmed with phone calls and messages.
A senior coroner says a post-mortem has found that the singer died of "dilated cardiomyopathy with myocarditis and fatty liver."
Its portability is its shining characteristic: You can start playing on a couch and then take it with you if you have to go somewhere.