As part of his 70th birthday celebrations, Rudolf Buchbinder performed three piano concerti with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
As part a performance art project, volunteers dressed as 1960s secretaries take dictation and send postcards to President Donald Trump.
The 2017 Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival opens June 2 in Point State Park, Gateway Center and the Downtown Cultural District.
The 79-year-old Cosby is accused of drugging and molesting a Temple University employee at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004.
Citing budgetary constraints, the PSO has ceased its concert series at the Scottish Rite Cathedral in New Castle.
Genial and engaging with a fine sense of humor, it makes blending the comic with the serious look simpler than it actually is.
Melvin and Mervin Steals wrote hit songs in the 1970s and are still making music today.
“American Gods,” which once considered filming in Pittsburgh, will debut at 9 p.m. Sunday on Starz.
The group, based in Portland, Ore., visited Duquesne University Thursday as part of a tour raising awareness of its U.S. Supreme Court case.
Travis Scott kicks off a month that includes Korn, Mastodon, The xx, Buddy Guy and Old Crow Medicine Show.
Plenty of diversity on tap this weekend, from comedian Roy Wood Jr., to the Symphony, to the Steel City Kitty Burlesque & Variety Show.
Two Pittsburgh bands have release shows this weekend.
Free event marks the late playwright’s birthday with food trucks, vendors and performers.
The first three-quarters of “La La Land” constitute a light romantic musical movie that’s slightly off the mark.
Lawrenceville exhibit will run from 4 p.m. Saturday to 2 p.m. Sunday.
The “Texas Jewboy” has written his first new songs in almost 40 years.
Production by Daniel Sonenberg opens Saturday at the Benedum Center.
This goofy, fitfully inspired genre experiment gives the actress her liveliest role in years.
The North Allegheny school board Wednesday unanimously rejected an administrative proposal to eliminate the third-grade strings program.
Terms of the agreement were not disclosed but DISH described it as a “multi-year” deal.
PG Performer of the Year Simon Bradbury wins a playwriting prize; Rob Ashford will choreograph “Frozen” on Broadway.
The director had a positive impression of the city and its people, a feeling that was reciprocated.
Jonathan Demme was best known for his Oscar-winning movies “The Silence of the Lambs” and “Philadelphia.”
“Footloose” ran March 30-April 1.
Thirteen current and former employees took three separate legal actions against Fox News alleging years of "hostile racial discrimination."
“NEBBY” raises $142,777 through WQED “Rickstarter” campaign
The fifth PGH Photo Fair will be held at Carnegie Museum of Art Saturday and Sunday, where the Iris van Herpen continues through Monday.
The groups will be honored Thursday at Jergels as Pittsburgh Rock N Roll Legends.
“Living Dead” auteur George Romero and Fred Rogers Co.’s Bill Isler will be honored Thursday at a Steeltown event.
A production company found Kris and Tara Bennett on social media while looking for the right team in the right location to pitch to HGTV.
“Art as Fashion” brings informal modeling, vendors and a Seton Hill University student project to the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Ms. Passero dealt with the effects of illness in her performance Monday but powered through on Shania Twain’s “Man! I Feel Like a Woman.”
The director says launching the versatile Singani 63 in the U.S. wasn’t an easy feat.
Ticket discounts will be available for more than 50 tours during promotional event from May 2-9.
Ten typists using vintage typewriters will be stationed in Market Square Friday and Saturday.
Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia, married couple and Steelers fans on NBC’s hit show, will announce a draft pick Saturday at Heinz Field.
Elton John has canceled a series of concerts after contracting a “rare and potentially deadly” bacterial infection while touring in South
“I am sad that I am not on television anymore.”
Lilli Passero still impresses with Shania Twain’s ‘Man! I Feel Like a Woman.”
The most impolite man on television writes a book for children espousing the importance of politeness.
Arthur Ziegler was sued by former trustees of the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation in 2013.
Tickets for the show at the Carrie Furnaces are going at the advanced discount price of $59.50.
Imaginative, entertaining “Pippin” ran March 31-April 2.
The tale of love, deceit, and triumph over evil ran April 5-8.
“Zorro” made its mark April 5-8.
The cast of “In the Heights” transported audiences to Washington Heights March 30-April 1.
Nelly and Chris Lane will open the show.
By denying public funding for art, keeping art on the back burner, we fail to reward ourselves with much needed uplift.
The Oscar-winning actor has a long music career that began with his days in a ZZ Top tribute band.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s website says the two-time Emmy winner’s show canceled due to “scheduling conflicts.”