Aaron Stubna, ever active, is building up a movie house, off the beaten path. Installing a microbrewery is a good move, too.
The Lincoln-Larimer native is one of 21 recipients of the award, which recognizes artists in the fields of dance, jazz and theater.
The second capital campaign in the theater company’s 70-year history is now entering the public phase to reach its $10 million goal.
Nikolai Gogol’s terrifying tale concerns the hideous Viy who rises up from underground in a gigantic tangle of roots and branches.
Fiberart International 2016 opens Friday with 81 works that are among the most exciting work being done in fiber today.
Carnegie Mellon University alums Leslie Odom Jr., Renee Elise Goldsberry and Megan Hilty earn acting nods for the 70th Tony Awards.
“Hamilton” earned a record 16 nominations for the 70th annual Tony Awards, which will be broadcast live by CBS on June 12.
Retired 93-year-old surgeon Dr. Robert Baker of Greenville, Mercer County, finds new passion in sculpting, despite failing eyesight.
The Bach Choir of Pittsburgh, conducted by Thomas W. Douglas, performed Nancy Galbraith’s “Smoke and Steel” at the Carrie Furnaces site.
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All-male a cappella group finishes second in international competition; ”Game of Thrones” star has a lot to say about Sunday’s episode.
Parent company of 31st Street Studios in the Strip District says that it’s “business as usual” at the biggest soundstage between the coasts
Disability advocates are hopeful that increased patronage will encourage more businesses to comply with the Americas with Disabilities Act.
Antonio Brown is part of “Team James Brown” en route to staying alive on ”Dancing With the Stars.”
CEO of 31st Street Studios’ parent company says, despite the filing, it’s “business as usual” at the biggest soundstage between the coasts.
Five of Broadway’s finest, including Karen Mason, Judy Kuhn and James Iglehart, also headline the Downtown series of Monday-night cabarets.
Tickets go on sale Friday for both shows.
It requires split-second timing and clear verbal projection, while the score demands impeccable ensemble work and strong singers.
Period procedural has little spark; Netflix orders another “Wet Hot American Summer.”
The versatile actor goes solo for “The Tell-Tale Heart,” one half of an Edgar Alan Poe presentation by PICT Classic Theatre.
Comedy and classical, jazz and guitar music populate the schedule for the coming week.
Former allies turn on each other over government accountability in the new “Captain America” film from Marvel.
Richard Russo returns to the fictional North Bath in New York, where we find many of the characters are older, but not necessarily wiser.
Local author Siobhan Vivian’s YA novel introduces a likeable protagonist named Keely who is bemused, bewildered, bothered and brave.
Questions answered about Hallmark Channel on demand and “The Good Wife.”
“Little Mermaid” ran April 8-15.
“The Wiz” ran April 7-10.
Nearly 1,000 people were expected to attend festivities surrounding plans now in motion to restore the historic site on Bedford Avenue.
Spring brings various news from Pittsburgh’s classical music scene, including the PSO, Pittsburgh Concert Society and Pittsburgh Opera.
“Dancing With the Stars’ ” Sharna Burgess plays mind games this week to fire up her partner’s competitive edge.
The awards ceremony at Stage AE honors Joe Grushecky, Billy Price, Jimmy Beaumont, Pat DiCesare and Sean McDowell.
The ’70s game show “Match Game” is returning to television this summer with Alec Baldwin as the host.
Gary Marshall’s “Mother’s Day” is a film even a mother couldn’t love.
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele’s “Keanu” is perfectly cute and cuddly, though not uproariously funny.
Earlier this month, board president Ed Markoff signed the separation agreement, which will be effective July 1.
“Sports Detectives” tries to prove what happened to the ball from Franco Harris’ famous 1972 catch; Fox orders a new “24.”
Today marks the opening of Century Square Luxury Cinemas, touting seating options unlike anywhere else in the Pittsburgh area.
May starts a little slow, picks up steam and ends with a bang from Beyonce doing her first stadium in Pittsburgh.
What’s not clear is whether those medications were prescribed to the 57-year-old musician.
Veteran pop-punk band returns with new frontman Matt Skiba, who took over for Tom DeLonge.
DreamWorks will become part of the Universal Filmed Entertainment Group, which includes Universal Pictures.
Pittsburgh Opera owns the largest David Hockney collection in Western Pennsylvania: the artist’s production of “The Rake’s Progress.”
Dossiers on Jimmy Beaumont, Joe Grushecky, Billy Price, Pat DiCesare and Sean McDowell.
Jimmy Beaumont and the Skyliners, Joe Grushecky, Billy Price, Pat DiCesare and Sean McDowell slated for honors at Stage AE.
Deer Hunter, Jewel and a Bluegrass Benefit Concert are slated for the weekend as well as ”Cirque de la Symphonie” at Heinz Hall.
‘Ride Along,’ ‘Krampus,’ and the television show ‘Hot in Cleveland’ shows up on store shelves.
A Pittsburgh Post-Gazette senior editor recounts the American premiere at the Metropolitan Opera.
Music preview: Frankie Capri, 'The Godfather of Pittsburgh's freak music scene,' takes over Market Square
The singer who made his name at the Liberty Belle in the ’80s is ready to play for a new generation.
“Green Room” is a hackneyed and uninspired horror film with characters dying before moviegoers can even grow to care about them.
“Priceless” set pieces escape harm prior to Saturday’s opening of David Hockney’s production of Stravinsky’s ”The Rake’s Progress.”
Festival will run Sept. 23-24 at the Carrie Furnaces in Swissvale.