In an offbeat and varied concert, the Dover musicians quickly established their credentials Sunday at Carnegie Music Hall.
In France, at least, the timing is seen as significant, as relations between Paris and Moscow have reached historic lows.
The Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation hosts a free screening of a documentary about preservation in Pittsburgh at the Byham Theater.
At 14, the dancing sidekick of pop star Sia and judge on “So You Think You Can Dance” is among the youngest teens to make the list of 30.
The musician will be performing at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum in Oakland at 6:30 p.m.
He died Monday from pancreatic and lung cancer in Manhattan. He was 83.
The 1979 novel, reissued with reverence, is the kind of work that is often necessary for the evolution of an ultimately successful writer.
The Pittsburgh author’s account of his pivotal year in rural Iowa shows the formation of a writer, and a life.
Cirque Mechanics and comedians Nemr Abou Nassar and Bill Bellamy are on tap this week.
A slow going, but compelling entry in the Dublin Murder Squad series.
Matt LeBlanc stars as a Pittsburgh contractor and dumb daddy who takes over childcare duties when his wife returns to work.
For his final show, he will dance the role of Albrecht opposite of his wife, fellow principal Alexandra Kochis, who will star as Giselle.
Her namesake collection features 30 fit-for-fall pieces for teen and tween girls. Find it at Nordstrom and online at MaddieStyle.com.
In honor of artistic director Terrence Orr’s 20th season, PBT will debut its own adaptation, complete with new scenic and costume designs.
Questions answered about WTAE’s Andrew Stockey, “Nashville,” “Days of Our Lives” and “Royal Pains.”
A presidential election year is a good time to share new biographies and picture books for children that celebrate female trailblazers.
These TV cliffhangers had viewers on the edge of their seats.
Colson Whitehead may be “floating” again if his latest book, chosen for Oprah’s book club, wins the National Book Award in November.
“The Walking Dead” promises to reward viewers’ patience. Be careful what you wish for.
Cresson native Josh Gallagher keeps rockin’ on NBC’s singing competition while Hampton High graduate Tarra Layne is out.
The musicians and management of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra are getting back to the table.
The two-day stay will include work on two projects with the City team, and include a free reading Nov. 1.
Can a grumpy old Swedish guy come back from the brink of despair?
The documentary chronicles the creative development of the Broadway hit and offers a history lesson on its title character.
“Black Mirror” embraces a brave, and often strange, new world of technology.
Military investigator Tom Cruise is softened by two females in the action sequel, but not necessarily for the best.
The 1945-set show swing-dance musical co-starring Laura Osnes will land at a Shubert theater in spring 2017.
Lots of spooky fun on the calendar for the weekend before Halloween.
What distinguishes Pittsburgh’s nasty battle between the symphony and its striking musicians is how quickly it got to this stage.
‘Cafe Society,’ and ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ hit store shelves this week.
Dance company visits the August Wilson Center for African American Culture this weekend with “Analogy/Dora: Tramontane.”
The stage and screen actress Sharon Washington is writer and star of the world premiere of “Feeding the Dragon,” her one-woman show.
The sold out concert will be held at the Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild on the North Side on Saturday.
Performer and educator Jennifer Lybarger directs the annual Conservatory and CAPA Orchestra collaboration at the Byham Theater.
The performer’s promoter says there was no other venue available for the concert. Refunds are available at the point of purchase.
Soaring vocals and imaginative staging lift the musical about the man who created Peter Pan. The tour is at the Benedum through Sunday.
The concert venue’s naming rights change after Cleveland-based KeyBank’s acquisition of First Niagara Bank.
Show will include a performance by the Steep Canyon Rangers.
Claudia Rosenthal, a Pittsburgh Opera resident artist, stepped in at the last minute to sing not one but two roles in “La traviata.”
Fr. Robert Keffer will speak today about his research into surrealist Salvador Dali at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg.
New Jersey rocker will play a show for the Democratic presidential candidate here Oct. 27.
The 2017 class will be inducted in April at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
The movie mogul has big plans for his new movie studio.
Students from eligible counties in Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and Maryland may upload videos for the competition by Dec. 5.
Historical assets identified by the group include St. John Vianney Church in Allentown and Millionaires’ Row in McKeesport.
Documentary focuses on faith and doubt at the scene of purported visions in Bosnia
Through documentaries, shorts and full-length features, ReelAbilities creates a diverse and inclusive program in its fourth season.
As strike stretches into third week, there are no plans yet for the Pittsburgh Symphony and musicians to return to the negotiating table.
The award-winning performer put his soulful spin on American standards in two sold-out performances at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
No fava beans, but possibly a nice Chianti? Fans of “Silence of the Lambs” to celebrate anniversary at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall.