You could fill a library shelf with all the books, revised editions, essays, articles and treatises about fly fishing in Pennsylvania.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about “Mom, “The Durrells in Corfu,” Sam Champion and Greta Van Susteren.
Tony Fletcher traces Wilson Pickett’s life from rural Alabama to his last drug and alcohol fueled tour and eventual death in 2006 at 64.
Author Chris Bohjalian, BACHBOOMBOX and the Bugallo-Williams Piano Duo are some of the arts on tap this week.
Richer storytelling highlights plotlines in the new season of WGN America series “Outsiders.”
Eight women decided to co-write a murder mystery — and lived to tell about it, writes Marylynne Pitz.
The “Outsiders” second season provided more work for local crew and actors; series regulars talk character changes and new season themes.
When children find a book that they love, one way to expand their book experiences is to look for books by the same author.
Headliner Euan Morton worked with Bellevue’s Paul McGill to stay steady in Hedwig’s heels on tour.
Author Michael Kazin traces the efforts of American peace movements to keep us out of WWI in “War Against War.”
Along with some shows, the theater will offer events that give the public a chance to interact with both art and the artists behind it.
Ratings for inauguration ceremonies are typically higher in years when a new president is sworn in.
Acclaimed musician was a father and owner of the Bloomfield record store Sound Cat.
Auctioneer Kylee Hostetter Reeder receives national attention for her craft.
Prosecutors made their pitch in U.S. District Court during the first day of a two-day sentencing hearing for Abby Lee Miller.
The actor talks about HBO’s surreal drama series and what it’s trying to say.
A local arts group has chosen Inauguration Day to launch a project inviting the public to create artwork inspired by the new president.
The plotline of M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film proves confusing with all the multiple personalities.
PBS’s Civil War medical drama highlights Sunday with Lifetime’s “Beaches” remake Saturday and “The New Edition Story” on BET next week.
Michael Keaton plays franchising genius Ray Kroc, whose relations with the original McDonald’s brothers quickly soured.
Abby Lee Miller pleaded guilty in June to concealing assets from her TV show from federal bankruptcy court in Pittsburgh.
O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield will open the show.
Three concerts will be included in the package at KeyBank Pavilion in Burgettstown.
Hot wheels, gallery crawl and lots of music abounds during the upcoming weekend.
He was a former Jesuit school valedictorian who conjured a tale of demonic possession and gave millions the fright of their lives.
The guitarist says that if it had to happen, the legendary noise rock band’s farewell came at a good time.
Tribute show will celebrate the 60th birthday of Howlers Mary Jo Coll.
Sometimes the two-hour set felt nonsensical, a ride on a carousel running backward, but those moments were of utter esoteric genius.
The production at the South Side theater stars Desean Kevin Terry, who originated a supporting role in Los Angeles.
Director Paul Verhoeven’s film also won for best foreign film.
The group under the direction of Maria Caruso will present a mix of revived works and a new one in “Red Carpet Rollout” this weekend.
Wood Street Galleries opens “Permutations of Light” on Friday.
“This Is Us” star Sterling K. Brown backs Steelers over “evil empire” Sunday; NBC back in the comedy business in a big way.
History goes the “Army Wives” route with Navy SEAL drama intended to star Joe Manganiello; “Full Frontal” prepares for Trumpocalypse.
“Factory Installed” exhibitions feature new media, new technology and new perspectives, both concrete and cerebral, at the North Side
Art historian “is really interested in the spaces that haven’t been talked about in Warhol’s practice.”
The musicians of the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra and the Chautauqua Institution agreed to a four-year contract.
The renowned rockabilly and western swing musician owed his long career to a fateful coin toss in 1959.
“Tennison” on PBS’s “Masterpiece” introduces a young Jane Tennison played by a new actress.
In “A Really Good Day,” Ayelet Waldman writes about using teeny-tiny doses of LSD to manage mood swings.
Mt. Lebanon native and Steelers fan Joe Manganiello went on social media to declare victory over Henry Cavill and his Kansas City Chiefs.
Kurt Angle’s list of accolades just got longer as WWE announced Monday that he will be a member of the 2017 class of the WWE Hall of Fame.
This election cycle there was no knock on PBS but the public broadcaster continues to make the case for federal support.
Earlier this month, the man known on the wrestling circuit for his dives was found not competent to stand trial in a 1983 death.
Charlie Ross beeps, shuffles and whines — think Luke Skywalker — through the hour-long show.
He has been a dominant voice in our sports world for more than 40 years. And Pittsburgh is a prevalent thread through his long career.
Magicians Francis Menotti and David London and guitarists Lee Ranaldo and Steve Gunn are some of the arts on tap this week.
The subscription box service started by Elena Petzold of Upper St. Clair was featured this month on ABC’s “Shark Tank.”
Michael Lewis looks at psychologists who collaborated on a theory about why humans systemically make mistakes in uncertain situations.
With “Dispatches from the 2016 Circus,” the Rolling Stone columnist explores how politicians lost touch with average Americans.