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What music/comedy duo Igudesman & Joo do is serious business. The pair makes its local debut with the Pittsburgh Symphony this weekend.
'Dark Side of Oz' merges two classics at Mr. Smalls featuring The Ruckus Bros.
The maker of "Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill" turns her attention to a different species of bird in the new documentary, "Pelican Dreams."
Jimmer Podrasky returns with all-star lineup including members of The Clarks.
"The Expendables 3," "The November Man" and "What If" hit store shelves.
"Happy Valley" documentary provides an overview of what happened after Sandusky’s arrest, Paterno's death and the tarnishing of Camelot.
Mark Milovats and his Orchestra move into Sinatra and Elvis territory for "A Christmas In Las Vegas."
James Taylor, who closed the Civic Arena in 2010, makes his Consol Energy Center debut on Saturday.
TV networks are now more willing to share actors than they've ever been, with several performers pulling double duty as series regulars
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Garden dresses up for the holidays with its Winter Flower Show, opening on Friday.
Three new movies, “The Theory of Everything,” “Penguins of Madagascar” and “Horrible Bosses 2,” will open long before the turkey is thawed.
His Monday night performance of "Uptown Funk" scored well on iTunes and viewers' scorecards.
An ensemble of athletic dancers and strong leads herald the touring Disney musical as a crowd-pleaser in family entertainment.
Tennessee Williams’ play is in good hands as barebones presents a sure-footed “Streetcar.”
The Mattress Factory and Westmoreland Museum of American Art plan special activities for families over Thanksgiving weekend.
Felicity Jones traveled to infinity with Jane and Stephen Hawking for “The Theory of Everything” opposite Eddie Redmayne.
Thanksgiving in film and television: traffic jams, family dysfunction and ruined turkeys.
Bill Cosby biographer Mark Whitaker regrets not aggressively investigating allegations of sexual assault in his recent book.
It’s easy to get swept up in sweeps stories, but local stations seem to be toning down their reports.
The new comedy by Ed Dixon brings together six famous inhabitants of a celebrated Paris cemetery (plus rock star Jim Morrison).
The trailer for the seventh film in the “Star Wars” franchise is timed to exploit the Thanksgiving break, a big weekend for films.
Mosaic artist Ada Bosonetto has a studio in her Highland Park home. She was born in Argentina and moved to Pittsburgh when she was 7.
A museum in Bern, Switzerland, has accepted a priceless bequest of masterworks from the late son of a Nazi-era art dealer.
Model-turned-actress Rebecca Romijn has taken a job with TNT’s “Librarians,” but she’s no shrinking violet in this action series.
Studio C, the brainchild of Cyndi Casteel, is vying for some of the $60 million in state tax credits given annually to qualified facilities.
Three works — two paintings by Mark Rothko and a Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond — fetched over $30 million.
Peters native Dan DeLuca comes home for Thanksgiving as the lead in the national tour of the Disney hit musical.
The Fred Rogers Co. is involved in its first live-action series since “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” with PBS’s “Odd Squad.”
The debate over how to modernize while respecting historic integrity shows how an influential institution is roiled by modernization.
Lincoln’s fascination with newspapers led to both a charm offensive and an iron fist in shaping public opinion.
Mary Elise Sarotte charts the sudden end of the Cold War in “The Collapse: The Accidental Opening of the Berlin Wall.”
Lev Golinkin’s book is a sober reminder of what it took for Soviet emigres to get to America.
The Frick Collection in New York City plans ambitious expansion; family's private rooms will become exhibition space.
Landing the role of Stephen Hawking in ”Theory of Everything” brought actor Eddie Redmayne euphoria followed by a ”sledgehammer of fear.“
It’s hard not to wonder what Fred Rogers would think of the frantic “Odd Squad,” but taken on its own, this new kids show is a lot of fun.
The Rembacher Chamber Music Competition at Carnegie Mellon University encouraged innovation in musical performance.
Stephan Eirik Clark’s novel is about the side effects of artificial sweeteners and living inauthentic lives.
Darrin McMahon’s engaging history of genius as a cultural ideal and social construct.
Tim Finch’s novel upends liberal pieties about the morality of political exiles and refugees.
J.F. Powers’ daughter Katherine A.Powers assembles her late father’s letters into something resembling an autobiography.
The world’s most stylish and sought-after forensic pathologist is back in her 22nd novel.
A West Virginia photographer catalogs many of this region’s famous and obscure synagogues
Greg Nichols’ narrative about the 1959 United Steel Workers strike and the Braddock football team misses half the drama.
The Kelly Strayhorn Theater in East Liberty will celebrate the 99th birthday of Billy Strayhorn with a birthday bash Saturday.
Questions answered about “Orange Is the New Black,” “The Young & The Restless,” “The Big Bang Theory” and ratings.
Prison inmates donate their original artwork to the Carnegie Library of Braddock’s art lending program.
Workers are in the midst of a $60 million effort to fix 1,300 cracks in the 150-year-old cast iron as well as scour and repaint its surface.
Ross native Chris Jamison advances on NBC’s “The Voice”; Fox Chapel native Paloma DeNardis shares emotional day on TLC.
TBS cancels a Pittsburgh bar-set sitcom starring Hampton grad Steve Byrne after three seasons.
James Cagney’s Oscar statue for his performance in “Yankee Doodle Dandy” failed to draw any bids at auction.