With a new contract for musicians, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra avoided dragging out a long work stoppage and losing more concerts.
In Karen Foxlee’s book for young readers, a girl named Annabel must overcome her fear to save London’s good witches and wizards.
Ms. Kelly can’t quite decide what the book is: A gossipy tell-all? An empowering self-help book? The basis for a Lifetime television movie?
Clare Beams debuts nine imaginative, unsettling and relentlessly sharp short stories.
Pearl Harbor Day has inspired a few good films, but more often than not, they sank.
Political commentator Cokie Roberts, John McIntire’s Dangerously Live Comedy Talk Show and reggae band Third World are on tap this week.
Questions answered about “NCIS,” “The View,” “Shadowhunters,” “Chesapeake Shores” and “Rizzoli & Isles.”
Terrence Orr’s sparkling version of “The Nutcracker” for Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is once again filling the stage at the Benedum Center.
The return of “The Great American Baking Show” takes the holiday cake this week.
Friday night, for the first time in two-and-a-half months, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra played a concert inside of Heinz Hall.
The latest full-length show by the veteran modern dance troupe is a testament to what can be discovered when we open our eyes and minds.
A resurgence in spinning — twisting fibers together to make yarn — keeps members of the Loyalhannon Spinners productive as well as relaxed.
Layers and layers of Pittsburgh references have helped artistic director Terrence Orr’s “Nutcracker” adaptation stand the test of time.
Shia LaBeouf and Kate Mara star in the drama “Man Down.”
The live musical dances through the Universal Studios backlot; Discovery’s “Manifesto” ditches Pittsburgh for Atlanta.
By mid-2017, Waterworks Cinemas will become the first theater in the Pittsburgh region to feature all luxury seats.
Tickets go on sale Dec. 9.
The late playwright’s adaptation of his award-winning play is among six nominations from the Broadcast Film Critics voters.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 10.
Lots of seasonal music along with decorated trees and other events populate the weekend at hand.
The LA-based trio is touring behind the brilliant fourth album, “The Madness of Many.”
Attack Theatre has created a show designed to be seen from all four sides.
Spirit hosts Pittsburgh Record Fest on Friday.
‘Ab Fab,’ ‘Pete’s Dragon,’ ‘The BFG’ will hit store shelves this week.
Selected middle school and high school writers work with theater professionals to create productions of their one-act plays.
Alan Stanford and Cary Anne Spear star as Henry II and his queen in the drama, which runs through Dec. 17 at the Union Project.
Pittsburgh’s original grass-roots craft fair is the real-life version of Etsy.
The Pittsburgh Symphony’s Prince-themed concert at Heinz Hall includes hits such as “Purple Rain” and “When Doves Cry.”
The video, which urges HIV testing, is narrated by artist Vanessa German and shows Pittsburgh drag performer Alaska getting a test.
Following the trend, the December concert lineup is one of smaller delights -- unless you are a devotee of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
Not even the 87th Toomey-McGinty ad could keep viewers from tuning into local newscasts.
The chamber opera “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat” explores the power of the senses.
In Michael Chabon’s latest novel, “Moonglow,” his art imitates parts of his life.
A self-described “paper engineer,” Robert Sabuda constructs beautiful and inventive pop-up books such as this year’s “The Christmas Story.”
It features new works by faculty members Jason McDole and Daniel Karasik and guest artists Alexandra Damiani and Darrell Grand Moultrie.
Seth Clark and Jason Forck walk a line between conceptual and nostalgic in the exhibition “Dissolution” at the Pittsburgh Glass Center.
Many TV fans like to have a tangible piece of their favorite show, which is just what DVD and Blu-ray releases provide.
The Penn Cambria High School graduate, now based in Nashville, impressed with his version of Tim McGraw's "Real Good Man" Monday night.
The musicals “Violet” and “Big Fish” are coming to the New Hazlett, while PPTCO presents three new plays by local writers.
Documentary filmmaker Tom Kurlander founded a nonprofit called 21 Voices and is raising money to spread awareness of the affliction.
He recorded versions of the “The Magnificent Seven” and “Bonanza” themes and worked with artists ranging from Buddy Holly to Tony Bennett.
His work can be seen in Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Wrong Man,” Robert Benton’s “Kramer vs. Kramer” and Warren Beatty’s “Heaven Can Wait.”
Shelley Duffy had been paired with Robert Mangino on the 3-7 p.m. KDKA-AM news shift since April 2015.
Mr. Downing returns to Pittsburgh for the first time since 2002 with “The Soulful Sounds of Christmas Tour.”
The “American in Paris” and “Falsettos” star will replace James Monroe Iglehart on Feb. 13 in the Cabaret at Theatre Square show.
Tickets go on sale Friday for the March 1 indie-rock show that will include special guest Whitney.
The actor from East Liberty who attended Peabody High School said Pittsburgh "had everything to do" with has career on stage and screen.
Over $300K has been awarded to 18 artists and foundations by a partnership between the Pittsburgh Foundation and The Heinz Endowments.
The Brookline man truly counted music as his best friend.
Moana is not only the star of the animated movie based on Polynesian mythology, but she also joins the royal court of Disney princesses.