“Jurassic World” roars to a fantastic first-place finish as the 2015 summer movie season draws to a close.
Discovery Channel and National Geographic Channel, have reversed course in getting serious about science/natural history programming.
Each August, high schools hold band camp, which, like sports camps, can be a grueling experience that forms strong bonds among students.
Find out how long it will take to read that book. The Everything Machine maker app lets kids build their own inventions.
With money from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation and Chevron, the Children's Museum will start maker spaces in West Virginia.
“We Are Your Friends” stars Zac Efron as a 23-year-old DJ looking for meaning and the perfect music in his life in the San Fernando Valley.
“The Diary of a Teenage Girl,“ starring breakout British actress Bel Powley, finds a 15-year-old sampling adult pleasures and perils.
A new mountain climbing documentary follows three expert climbers as they try to scale the Shark’s Fin in northern India.
Jeb Bush plans to raffle off to a campaign supporter a “VIP ticket” to Stephen Colbert’s premiere late-night show on CBS.
Martha Montesano is closing in on the creation of her 1,000th bracelet, a project she began after her daughter was diagnosed with cancer.
For tribute bands, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and an easy way to get prime gigs.
Michael Polite and Richard Taylor are the newest governing board members; three more members will be named at the end of the year.
A popular tribute band, playing Stage AE on Friday, was the result of a split from the Australian Pink Floyd.
Joshua Oppenheimer’s sequel to “The Act of Killing” tries to peer into the eyes and hearts of men responsible for a genocide in Indonesia.
Adam Schreck is living his “incomparable dream” as a member of the famed comedy troupe.
Before the final hula, all of the key characters must take a stand, stake a claim or face the consequences of their actions in “Aloha.”
The emotional crescendo of WDBJ-TV’s “Mornin’ ” show came when two anchors and a weatherman joined hands to mark a moment of silence.
Fairs, jazz concerts, art festivals, Tim McGraw and free films round out the last weekend of the month.
The Dowdle brothers’ film starring Owen Wilson is a disappointing international thriller.
The center on Liberty Avenue is showing signs of artistic life as it heads into an ongoing renewal phase.
Daniel Baxter, artist-in-residence at the Society for Contemporary Craft, is spreading is artmaking spirit one Kreepy Doll at a time.
Better-than-expected “The Carmichael Show” embraces contemporary issues in politically incorrect ways.
The Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center will hold its public debut Saturday in the North Side’s East Deutschtown neighborhood.
The Tony-winning star of "Wicked" and singer of "Let It Go" takes the audience on an emotional ride.
Donald Trump should apologize to Fox News’ Megyn Kelly fof his Twitter attack on her, Fox News chief Roger Ailes says.
The Foo Fighters performed at the First Niagara Pavilion Tuesday night for what will be remembered as The Throne Tour.
After 9-year-old Laurent Lepage disappears, Chief Inspector Armand Gamache confronts terrorism in the latest in the mystery series.
TNT continues to try to find a successful cop show, this time launching a 1960s-set drama from writer/actor Edward Burns.
Stephen Colbert has a start-studded lineup slated for his first week on “The Late Show.”
She has a huge fan base playing Big Boo on “Orange Is the New Black,” but Lea DeLaria’s longtime supporters know she can do much more.
“Pearlstein, Warhol, Cantor: From Pittsburgh to New York” at the Warhol is a captivating exhibition of the Carnegie Tech grads who made it.
Preservationists are fighting to save the historic structure, but others believe it’s time to build anew, resulting in a vigorous debate.
ABC Family’s “Monica the Medium” focuses on a Monica Ten-Kate, who says talking to dead people doesn’t make her “crazy,” just different.
“The Walking Dead” spawns a West Coast-set spinoff/prequel in “Fear the Walking Dead.”
Front Porch Theatricals’ second show of the summer brings to light talents familiar and new.
A first novel by former journalist K.T. Medina will appeal to anyone who admires “The Girl on the Train” by fellow Briton Paula Hawkins.
“The State We’re In” is brimming with grim wit from start to finish in that way only a Beattie narrative can.
Mr. Schickel reviewed movies for Time magazine from 1965 to 2009. He’s seen 22,250, and is most enchanted with ones before 1950.
PG classical music critic Elizabeth Bloom, an avid sports fan, decided to reimagine the Pirates’ walk-up songs. Some players played along.
U.S. Customs officers handcuffed him after he refused to stop riding his hoverboard, authorities said. He wasn’t arrested and was released.
Those who went to the concert on Friday at South Park and expected a party to break out wouldn’t have been disappointed.
Questions answered about “The Following,” “Iron Chef America,” “Mad Men,” local news exhortations and nightcrawlers.
Grant Bar & Restaurant and Minerva Bakery are among the good pie places and great bakeries in Rick Sebak’s latest TV specials.
Soul Line Dancing, Idina Menzel, Len Barcousky and comedian Sommore all on the schedule for the coming week.
It’s ready, set, BAKE, as “The Great British Baking Show” returns on Sept. 6; Clairton’s Nora Hewitt avoids the ax on “Face Off.”
More than 30 appraisers will assess the historical significance of items and provide a verbal assessment of their value on Aug. 30.
There’s no escaping this reality — movie theaters, once havens for escapism, no longer are sanctuaries from the violence of the real world.
"Ask This Old House" episode featuring Squirrel Hill house to air next Saturday.
From a CoverGirl makeup line to new emoticons to Star Wars Day at PNC Park, “Star Wars” continues to invade our galaxy.
Social Distortion plays classic album in full; Anti-Flag rages through political punk.