Fall Out Boy bounces back and lights up the charts again with sports anthem.
His compositions included the orchestral music for John F. Kennedy's presidential inauguration in 1961.
John Spavelko worked as a machinery repairman for most of his career, but his real passion was playing the accordion.
The seasoned veteran proved he still has plenty of fight.
Richard Konzen at Hartwood Acres, Pittsburgh Glass Center summer lecture series, Pittsburgh Film Office discussion and more.
The next Metropolitan Opera Live season will feature Russian and Czech works, new productions of classics and a comedy.
Comedians pit historical figures, such as Rasputin vs. Stalin, in epic rhyming smackdowns that air on YouTube.
Edvard Grieg's Piano Concerto brings out the best of the Steinway on stage with soloist Valentina Lisitsa.
From backup dancers, concert lighting to her own original music, the North Allegheny High School grad promises an exciting and lively show.
August Wilson Center Fellows' work in visual, media, music and theater arts is on display at Downtown festival.
On Tuesday night, the Chicago band, coming off a four-year hiatus, got a crazy reception from its fanbase.
The show is one of those you would have paid three times for in the late '70s, so it seemed like a bargain at 20 bucks for the lawn.
Band joins two other acts with unique musical approaches -- Styx and Ted Nugent -- from the Midwest whose heydays were about the same time.