Let’s hope these ideas draw some applause.
John Scarpino of Baldwin Boro will climb up chimneys and wrap gifts with other would-be Kris Kringles in a new reality show.
“The idea of celebrating the 25th anniversary of ‘Sandman’ with a comic was just too good to miss,” writer Neil Gaiman said.
Newlyweds Joe Manganiello of Mt. Lebanon and Sofia Vergara are asking asking guests to make donations in lieu of wedding gifts.
I like all kinds of music. All the cool stuff. Barry Manilow is the real deal, after all these years.
No matter what your preference, there is surely something on the seasonal schedule to suit your tastes.
Pine-based producer T.J. Lubinsky has three more music shows on PBS in the next month; “Call the Midwife” airs a Christmas special.
Foundations grant will spur temporary ’placemaking’ art works.
Mr. Canary’s first taste of soap-opera drama came in 1965, when he was cast as Dr. Russ Gehring in “Peyton Place.”
“Creed,” “Good Dinosaur,” “Brooklyn,” “Trumbo” and “Victor Frankenstein” arrive in theaters just in time for the holiday.
The play touches down in Lawrenceville with themes of acceptance and family, as it inaugurates the theater company’s New Voices program.
Michael Stuhlbarg tried to make himself as “small and squat” as possible to play Edward G. Robinson in “Trumbo” opposite Bryan Cranston.
“America Ultra,” “Ricki and the Flash,” and “Shaun the Sheep Movie” hits store shelves.
NBC debuts two new comedies, “Superstore” and “Telenovela,” a month before they begin airing weekly.
Blues singer-guitarist finds a haven for the music in San Jose with new album.
Although "The Assassin" is technically a wuxia film — martial arts, swordplay — it is much more a film of stillness, quiet, beauty.
Adele “25” sets first-week sales record, besting ’N Sync’s “No Strings Attached” album from 2000.
The group is in the process of building the Vanguard Theater, slated to open in September 2016.
A listing of weekend events
The San Francisco Fest 2016 Tour will stop at the First Niagara Pavilion on July 16.
Tickets for the Josh Groban concert go on sale at 10 a.m., Dec. 11 at LiveNation.com.
December is not the most popular month for touring acts but these artists are daring to hit the road.
Tickets for the March 8 show go on sale Friday.
Friends mix vulgarity with loyalty and a shocking agenda in “Small Engine Repair,” a presentation at the black box theater in Braddock.
In three days, Adele’s new album has sold more than 2.3 million copies in the United States.
The soulful singer-songwriter-pianist, who released "Low Country Blues" in 2011, has been touring exclusively as a solo artist.
Actor Michael B. Jordan comes out swinging in the Rocky spin-off, “Creed.” He took a year to build up mind, body and spirit for the role.
A new exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art is a visual feast of works by artists familiar and new.
Not everyone may know how to pronounce actress Saoirse Ronan’s name, but they recognize her face, talent and burgeoning fame.
National Geographic Channel debuts the four-hour drama “Saints & Strangers” as PBS offers Ric Burns’ documentary “The Pilgrims.”
Questions answered about weather coverage on local newscasts and the status of an actor on “Hawaii Five-0.”
The 2016 Post-Gazette Critic's Choice theater tour heads to London March 6-13, when the daffodils and magnolias will be in bloom.
Legendary soul group the Dramatics headline the Donald Patterson Jr. Keeping Soul Music Alive Awards tonight.
Curriculum changes, community collaborations and choreographer commissions are just some of what he’s been up to in the past year.
Harry Bosch is back: the former cop turned private investigator plays defense for an accused murderer
Mr. Irving explores memory and the creative process, sketching a milieu where the abnormal is commonplace.
Historian David Preston is much kinder to Braddock than others have been, detailing the secret war between Britain and France.
Lois Lowry, speaking in Pittsburgh Sunday, has created fantastical literary worlds in which young people save the day.
Pittsburgh’s Christian Borle is part of “Broadway at the White House,” airing Thanksgiving night.
The Carnegie Science Center’s Miniature Railroad & Village adds another iconic Hill District venue with its new Crawford Grill feature.
The collaborative pop-up dance series began in October and runs through this weekend in the intimate gallery space Downtown.
Actors including Michael Keaton dig into their roles as members of a Boston Globe investigative team and its story about clergy sex abuse.
Dominique Morisseau’s drama runs through Dec. 13 at the South Side theater’s Hamburg Studio.
It’s the big wedding weekend for Mt. Lebanon’s Joe Manganiello and Sofia Vergara in Florida.
The film franchise based on Suzanne Collins’ novels comes to an end in a serious manner.
From the unglamourous clothing and goodbye cakes to the occasional smell of a dead rat, “Spotlight” gets it right.
Amazon’s latest drama series looks amazing but the slow-moving plot needs more energy to suck viewers in for a binge.
“Secret in Their Eyes,” a Hollywood remake of an Oscar-winning foreign thriller, misses the mark.
We look back on Billy Porter’s journey to the heights of Broadway musical success and what’s next for the Pittsburgh native.
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre stages August Wilson’s “The Piano Lesson” at the August Wilson Center.