Genial and engaging with a fine sense of humor, it makes blending the comic with the serious look simpler than it actually is.
The first three-quarters of “La La Land” constitute a light romantic musical movie that’s slightly off the mark.
Melvin and Mervin Steals wrote hit songs in the 1970s and are still making music today.
Production by Daniel Sonenberg opens Saturday at the Benedum Center.
Free event marks the late playwright’s birthday with food trucks, vendors and performers.
PG Performer of the Year Simon Bradbury wins a playwriting prize; Rob Ashford will choreograph “Frozen” on Broadway.
“American Gods,” which once considered filming in Pittsburgh, will debut at 9 p.m. Sunday on Starz.
Terms of the agreement were not disclosed but DISH described it as a “multi-year” deal.
The most impolite man on television writes a book for children espousing the importance of politeness.
The new Hulu series, “The Handmaid’s Tale,” mirrors the Margaret Atwood classic novel.
Art & Architecture
Lawrenceville exhibit will run from 4 p.m. Saturday to 2 p.m. Sunday.
“Art as Fashion” brings informal modeling, vendors and a Seton Hill University student project to the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
The director says launching the versatile Singani 63 in the U.S. wasn’t an easy feat.
Moran became famous as Richie Cunningham’s younger sister on the TV sitcom “Happy Days.”
The new release revives and refines the once-popular collectathon genre.
Try out Ruth Ann Dailey’s Pittsburgh Puzzler via a PDF.