“Pan” spins the clock back and introduces Peter Pan before Neverland, Captain Hook and the boy’s magical ability to fly.
“He Named Me Malala” is the inspirational documentary chronicle of a teenage Nobel Prize winner.
“Big Stone Gap,” based on Adriana Trigiani’s novel and starring Ashley Judd and Patrick Wilson, explores life and love in a small town.
The CW’s musical comedy is one of few bright spots in the new fall TV lineup; “The Walking Dead” returns and ABC Family changes its name.
Adriana Trigiani returned to her hometown, with Ashley Judd, Patrick Wilson, Whoopi Goldberg and others, to shoot her movie.
WESA-FM experiments with shorter on-air pledge drive to whopping success.
“99 Homes,” starring Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon, puts human faces to the Florida housing market meltdown and economic downturn.
The Post-Gazette reviews movies from a family perspective.
Selena Gomez is battling the immune system disorder lupus.
The University of Pittsburgh’s signature Golden Girls have been providing halftime entertainment — and glamour — for the past 40 years.
The future of Twin Hi-Way Drive-in in Robinson is unclear as Sheetz seeks permission to build a gas station on the site.
The Monroeville Historical Society’s annual festival will include pony rides and demonstrations of outdoor cooking this year.
Shirley Ratner of Greensburg is performing in “A Life’s Work” through Sunday at the Latrobe Art Center.
“Kiss Me, Kill Me” and “Tab Hunter Confidential” are among the best of the first week of Pittsburgh’s lesbian and gay film festival.
For the fourth year, fans can vote on inductees, who will be announced in December.
The acclaimed Conor McPherson play “The Night Alive” launches Tracy Brigden’s 15th season leading the South Side theater.
Belarusian writer Svetlana Alexievich, 67, chronicled the great tragedies of the Soviet Union and its collapse.
An expanded Pittsburgh Abides “Big Lebowski” festival moves to a larger venue with more activities.
The rap star and Pittsburgh native will be on hand for Friday’s Midnight Madness event at Petersen Events Center.
The selected artists will be work with professional producers and receive studio time.
“Odessey and Oracle” will be performed in its entirety at Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall.
Longtime Rolling Stones backup singer goes solo for two concerts at Manchester Craftsmen's Guild Friday.
Pittsburgh Opera’s production of Verdi’s “Nabucco” shows the complexities of bringing together disparate ingredients of the operatic soup.
Reel Q, a celebration of LGBT films, marks 30 years with features, shorts, documentaries, parties and guests.
New Horizon Theater presents the Penn State Centre Stage commission at Falk School in Oakland.
Pittsburgh native Jesse Andrews turned his first novel into a screenplay, and the film is now out out on DVD.
Post-Gazette pop music critic Scott Mervis makes his selections -- and you can make yours, too.
Classical guitarist Pablo Villegas, country singer Kip Moore and soul singer Marsha Ambrosius all hit town this weekend.
The Avengers assemble to take on arch villain Loki in the arena-sized “Marvel Universe Live!”
The CLO Cabaret production forms newcomers and veterans into a charismatic boy band in the award-winning musical.
The latest season of the Ryan Murphy series features an orgy, rape and grotesque murder scenes all in its first, Lady Gaga-starring hour.
Executive director Janera Solomon aims to produce a win-win situation for artists and audiences with a diverse KST Presents series.
The Dance Council performance on Friday will mark the first time the Philadelphia-based dance company has toured here in several years.
The Emerson String Quartet’s unanimity and ability to listen to each other makes for a powerful opening to Chamber Music Pittsburgh’s
Pittsburgh’s Kathleen “Kitty” Kleber appears today on Mo Rocca’s food series “My Grandmother’s Ravioli.”
With the Broadway revival of “Chicago” heading out on tour, “Chaperone” is the conservatory theater’s choice as its March show.
Murrysville’s Maddie Ziegler continues her climb up the international entertainment ladder.
Supporters of the landmark drive-in came out Monday night to oppose the proposed construction plan.
Say what you will about LeAnn Rimes and her real-life dramas, on stage her voice trumps the tabloid attacks.
The vocal quartet Anonymous 4 shows they’re quitting while they’re ahead in last Pittsburgh concert, presented by Renaissance and Baroque.
After a frenzied auction, the Simon & Schuster imprint Gallery Books paid more than $8 million for Amy Schumer’s second attempt at a book.
Large solo exhibitions of work by Kevin Kutz and Kathleen Zimbicki at Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Loretto reveal artists’ lives.
With “Samyoga: An Ode to Love,” the troupe officially opened the Cultural Trust’s six-week festival on Saturday at the Byham Theater.
“This Angel on My Chest” comprises 16 short stories Ms. Pietrzyk wrote after her first husband died from a heart attack at age 37.
The author of “Carry On” discusses writing the much-anticipated novel, a fantasy novel featuring a romance between two male characters.
Rob Owen answers questions about NFL highlight clips on local TV stations and another new local TV news set that’s in the offing.
“Off The Record XV: ’Burgh Man!” dishes up fun at the expense of the Pittsburgh region’s newsmakers.
Chamber Music Pittsburgh opens season with Emerson String Quartet, FUSE@PSO features Coldplay, “The Forgotten History of Pittsburgh Jazz.”
Lee Child’s latest is everything Reacher’s legion of fans want and more.
Mary McGrory was an erudite Irish girl from Boston with a gift for turning politics into poetry with a dash of Yeats and Joyce.