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NBC's "Aquarius" is a fine if unexceptional period TV drama, a broadcast series that tries to look like a cable show.
The Hot Life will give you many ideas on how you can spend your weekend.
Country stars team up again at Heinz Field for reprise of 2013 show.
As a child, “Gone Crazy in Alabama” author Rita Williams-Garcia was always curious about family history and family secrets.
Filmed in and around Ellwood City, with some Pittsburgh locations, “Bigfoot: The Movie” is turned loose this week.
The Post-Gazette has compiled the best bets for entertainment in the Pittsburgh area this season.
Pittsburgh bands explore the noisier side with dual release show.
Pittsburgh singer Billy Price gets to work with one of his musical heroes on a full-length album.
“Girls Only: The Secret Comedy of Women” returns to CLO Cabaret with a cast of newcomers.
Tom Lenk, from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," stars in "Buyer & Cellar" at Pittsburgh Public Theater.
New on DVD: "Seventh Son," "Cut Bank," and "The Loft."
New ABC show features children who hear a voice that encourages them to try to kill their busy, preoccupied parents.
Novelist Judd Richter explores what happens when humans and robots fall in love.
We all knew the Trail of Tears was one of the most brutal chapters in American history, but author Steve Inskeep lays out the bloody
The actor plays his distant cousin, legendary Texan Sam Houston, in the epic new mini-series “Texas Rising” on the History Channel.
The White House correspondent and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks says it’s her job to ask about race.
“She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers From Iran and the Arab World” opens Saturday at Carnegie Museum of Art with a curator’s talk.
A local artist and part of Pittsburgh Filmmakers’ Youth Media Program, Jayla Patton found her love of animation as a youth herself.
Two of B.B. King's daughters are alleging that the blues legend was poisoned to death by his closest associates, but the coroner says
NEW YORK (AP) — Ad executives looking for a celebrity to endorse their product can’t do much better than actor Liam Neeson.