Eating for one but ordering for two is how Pittsburgh native Joe Manganiello prepared for his beekcake role in “Magic Mike XXL.”
“Terminator Genisys” returns Arnold Schwarzenegger to the franchise but fractures timelines and introduces alternate, confusing universes.
Third annual event will take place on former brownfield that holds 10,000 concert-goers.
“Magic Mike XXL” turns up the heat and hard bodies as Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello, Matt Bomer and others go on one last R-rated ride.
Frontman Alex Ebert’s energy alone carried the Los Angeles indie folk band through an electrifying 14-song set.
More fallout in the Miss USA pageant: co-host Cheryl Burke leaves, Donald Trump calls NBC “weak”
Time for Three performed at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater as part of Chamber Music Pittsburgh’s Just Summer series.
The top sellers included $347,000 for a large inlaid cabinet and $102,500 for an 18th century bookcase.
Gateway to the Arts provides arts education and artist training in the Pittsburgh region.
Ballerina Misty Copeland is the first African-American ballerina to achieve that status in the company’s 75-year history.
SITE architectural studio founder and president James Wines presented a case at Carnegie Museum of Art for the hand as well as the computer.
Pennsylvania Lottery results move to WPXI.
Wiz Khalifa’s new docuseries “Day Today” documents his life on the Boys of Zummer tour and debuts on REVOLT TV.
Picasso at the Wheel Tour is big on audience participation at First Niagara Pavilion.
Weighing 150 tons, the sand sculpture depicts eight steel workers at a mill.
“Drunken Fireworks” is a perfect audio companion for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.
Animals begin attacking humans in CBS’s preposterous, unintentionally funny summer drama “Zoo.”
Anthony Geary who has played Luke Spencer on “General Hospital” for nearly three decades, will appear in his final episode next month.
Several objects collected by the late newspaper publisher sold for far more than their estimated worth.
Actress Kate Mulgrew found her character “Red” on the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black” emerged nearly fully formed.
Nominees from 26 cities competed for best actress and actor honors Monday at Broadway's Minskoff Theatre.
The real estate mogul is one of many contenders for the GOP nomination for president.
The ’60s icon neglects his new album for a career retrospective, from Byrds to CSNY to CPR.
“American Ninja Warrior” uses the former blast furnace as a backdrop.
The Western Pennsylvania native and University of Pittsburgh grad is now a series regular on OWN’s “The Haves and the Have Nots.”
“Luckiest Girl Alive” by Jessica Knoll follows in the footsteps of recent best-sellers “Gone Girl” and “Girl on the Train.”
Michelle Obama’s life is very much an American story: a black woman who made it from a working class family to the White House.
Book review: Historian Jed Rasula chronicles the history of an art movement in "Destruction Was My Beatrice."
Mr. Rasula offers us vivid anecdotes from the lives of dozens of wild artists, who become increasingly interchangeable as the book goes on.
Questions answered about a WTAE anchor’s name change, “Person of Interest,” “Longmire” and “Cash Cab.”
The University of Pittsburgh expands to five productions in 2015-16, when it will spend more time in the Charity Randall campus theater.
No need to just be nostalgic about drive-ins when you can still go.
Lots of music, bird nests and Shakespeare fill up the coming week.
The “Fun Home” star steps in for ailing Sutton Foster to host the National High School Musical Theatre Awards June 29 on Broadway.
“What happens when a bunch of hillbillies wind up with a 60-foot television screen?” The country star asked the crowd.
On “Alone,” the outdoorsmen encounter more mountain lions and bears and slugs, oh my.
Every episode of “The Daily Show” hosted by Jon Stewart will be shown on Comedy Central’s website leading up to his last day.
Zookeepers around the world, including Pittsburgh, have been tweeting themselves posed with animals a la the raptors of “Jurassic World.”
Daria Wilke’s “Playing a Part” looks at questions of love, family and gender through the eyes of a Russian teen boy.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra presented the first installment of its new FUSE@PSO series with creative director Steve Hackman.
Seth MacFarlane’s talking teddy is back in “Ted 2” but his desire to become a dad raises questions about whether he’s a person or property.
“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” set and filmed in Pittsburgh and based on a native’s young adult novel, is funny, tender and touching.
The 12-voice all-male a cappella choir pleased a near-capacity audience at Shadyside Presbyterian Church on Wednesday.
Albert Maysles’ last documentary, “Iris,” paints a lovely, quirky portrait of design icon Iris Apfel.
In “Max,” a man's best friend becomes a new best friend for his brother.
Grateful Dead’s final concerts will stream on YouTube; e-books from No Starch Press keep kids’ minds busy; Crackle rolls out new offerings.
British co-production has the feel of a BBC America series more than that of a homegrown AMC program.
This dramedy is based on the young adult novel about a teenage boy forced to spend time with a classmate just diagnosed with leukemia.
Janet McCall has received a YWCA Greater Pittsburgh Tribute to Women Leadership Award.
Kilolo Luckett lectures about the achievements of Homewood’s Naomi Sims, the first African-American supermodel.
Independence Day programming is front and center on WQED.