The meeting between "Jersey Shore" cast member and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was awkward.
Pittsburgh's rockin' native Bret Michaels debuts RV show on Travel Channel
Rebecca Romijn and Anne Heche have trouble running through their paces on new shows.
WTAE tops Nielsen TV ratings for morning news, KDKA owns afternoons and WPXI strong 2nd all day.
Karl Lukitsch and Autobahn will be putting the oomph into the oom-pah music at the North Side venue.
"All Shook Up" is all about Elvis Presley's music and love.
It opened with a bang. Bishop Canevin's production of "In the Heights" was extraordinary.
At Christie's auction house in New York, 13 paintings by members of the Wyeth family sold for about $2 million.
It's fast, furious and getting crowded in this franchise with good drivers, bad drivers and moves stolen from Flying Wallendas playbook.
Action-packed and cast-heavy sixth installment of series contains some profanity and sexual situations and lots of car chases and crashes.
Honey, they shrunk the animated character with the voice of Amanda Seyfried in "Epic," also featuring talents of Beyonce, Josh Hutcherson.
A Russian court has denied parole to Maria Alekhina of the Pussy Riot punk group, saying she failed to repent for her crime.
Main character Changez's choice is a tough one, between his Islamic roots and the American Dream.
Aretha Franklin will not make any appearances during the month of June.
"Arrested Development" returns for a new season, this time via streaming, and HBO debuts a movie about Liberace.
"Martin," and its star, John Amplas, will be at Hollywood Theater June 22, with film freebies elsewhere this weekend.
Meet Quora, a Q&A social network. New NBC episodes now on Amazon Instant Video. Google launches its streaming music service.
"Hunger Games" star lends his voice to the new movie "Epic."
The Three Rivers Arts Festival, the reopening of the fountain at Point State Park, a jazz festival and trail dedication are highlights.
This lush period drama opens with the great French artist in the winter of his life. A young woman appears, changing the family dynamic ...
No tattoos are required to check out the musicians on the South Side venue, featuring Andrew Winter & the Reckless Dodgers.
Charles W. Wolfertz III succeeds Michael J. Hayes, who last week was named senior vice president and group head of Hearst Television.
Sweet and snide Hampton High School production is pretty in pink -- and pretty funny, too.
Belle and Co. enchant in Northgate High School musical.
Vocals and dance were spot on and enthusiasm was abundant in Pittsburgh Obama High School's "Island" of wonders.
The actor says goodbye to comedy trilogy and TV series within a two-week period and concludes, "It's completely bonkers."
New music: Daft Punk, The National, Pistol Annies, Eliane Elias
The 2000 album put the psych-rock band from Portland, Ore., on the map.
"Beautiful Creatures," "Stand Up Guys," "Parker" and "Side Effects."
The Watoto Children's Choir from Africa will visit four communities this weekend.
"KDKA's The Fan" to hold contest for on-air host.
"Metro: Last Light" is an intense game of survival.
Over four decades, Bernard Waber tracked the life of a crocodile named Lyle who was adopted by a Manhattan family.
The Friendship center will be having a free lecture series that showcases the variety of summer courses available.
French actor Gerard Depardieu will star in a drama about a Chechen man who seeks revenge for the killing of his son.
"Top of the Morning," about the politics of morning TV shows, is entertaining but often feels as though it is covering little new ground.
Pittsburgh group sorts through books for the youngest readers, separating the good from the bad.
These days, Brad Pitt is known to work tirelessly in every sphere of his life, committed to his craft, his family and his philanthropy.
The season opens in East Liberty with a play about how memory effects the past and present.
Sondheim musical revue gets a CLO makeover that concentrates on the composer's love songs.
Verizon to air marathon programming
The 102nd annual exhibition, being held at Carnegie Museum of Art, previews the organization's new direction.
It's last call for "The Hangover" comedy franchise as director, stars call it quits at three and a return to Vegas where it all began.
Seth MacFarlane is too busy to host the Oscars in 2014.
On Tuesday night, the Chicago band, coming off a four-year hiatus, got a crazy reception from its fanbase.
Fall Out Boy bounces back and lights up the charts again with sports anthem.
Amy Raslevich of Ohio Township was upset with the show's ridicule of character with celiac disease, which her two children have.
Production of the DreamWorks' time-travel thriller "Glimmer," starring Jeremy Allen White, has been postponed.
Online video channel turns 8 with a week of special comedy programming.
Taylor Swift is feeling 22 and she's feeling like a winner. A big winner!
The latest entry in the Arkham franchise is revving for an October release.
The show is one of those you would have paid three times for in the late '70s, so it seemed like a bargain at 20 bucks for the lawn.
The film about the first black player to break the color barrier in baseball offers lessons for all ages.
An Ohio Township mother, whose children require a gluten-free diet, started a petition against the Disney Channel show.
His compositions included the orchestral music for John F. Kennedy's presidential inauguration in 1961.
John Spavelko worked as a machinery repairman for most of his career, but his real passion was playing the accordion.
The actress, author and vegan is thrilled to be back together with her "Arrested Development" Bluth family.
Four-day conference explores Fred Rogers' lessons for therapists, pastors, teachers, parents
The seasoned veteran proved he still has plenty of fight.
Singer-songwriter Duncan Sheik turns to Kickstarter not for seed money but for more watering money for a killer musical.
Whether founded out of loneliness, obsession or as part of a long-ago publicity stunt dreamed up by a studio flack, some fan clubs endure.
Plus: "My Son, Billy" by Bill Mays Sr. and "Religion and Reaction: The Secular Political Challenge to the Religious Right" by Susan Hansen.
Two real-life sisters Lennon Stella, 13, and Maisy Stella, 9, portray the daughters of Rayna Jaymes on the TV show "Nashville."
Richard Konzen at Hartwood Acres, Pittsburgh Glass Center summer lecture series, Pittsburgh Film Office discussion and more.
What if people with autism and their families could see their diagnosis as a gift and not a curse?
The next Metropolitan Opera Live season will feature Russian and Czech works, new productions of classics and a comedy.
More joy-inducing dispatches from the hard-working humorist's kaleidoscopic reality.
This week ABC's "Nashville" features family feuds, fisticuffs, and secrets shared as the show's first season comes to a close.
Comedians pit historical figures, such as Rasputin vs. Stalin, in epic rhyming smackdowns that air on YouTube.
Offstage distractions take their toll on this play's first foray into Broadway, leading to a shortened run.
No one is idle in "Star Trek Into Darkness," not when J.J. Abrams takes the con and makes actress Zoe Saldana as Lt. Uhura speak Klingon.
The film showing how nuns responded to the Hurricane Katrina disaster won a national broadcasting award.
Edvard Grieg's Piano Concerto brings out the best of the Steinway on stage with soloist Valentina Lisitsa.
Michael Hayes will be moving to New York to be senior vice president of Hearst Television.
The former TV-radio newscaster is still on the mend almost two year after experiencing chest pains while running.
It's time to take shelter on Discovery's "Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius."
Candice Glover wins the reality competition, which suffered a 33 percent drop in the finale's viewership this year.
Group numbers and supporting players shine in North Hills' production.
"Dolly's" lookin' swell due to Winchester Thurston's accomplished leads and tight ensemble.
Strong cast and vocals lift production of "Curtains."
Classical tale gets a modern makeover.
From backup dancers, concert lighting to her own original music, the North Allegheny High School grad promises an exciting and lively show.
August Wilson Center Fellows' work in visual, media, music and theater arts is on display at Downtown festival.
The Iceman cometh and he probably has a gun or other lethal weapon in his hands as he kills 100 people in this true-life tale.
Sean "Diddy" Combs made headlines Wednesday after he tweeted he was joining the cast of "Downton Abbey" as a "series regular."
Plsu: 'Glimmer' casting; Free film; BET Awards; Silk Screen adds showing.
Freedom's Zach Malinak and Ellwood City's Francesca Nardone will represent the region at the national musical theater competition in NYC.
A look back at upfront week and what to expect from the fall 2013 TV season.
The CW network is grouping its shows thematically in its new fall schedule.
Pittsburgh native Zachary Quinto sprints deeper into stardom with his second turn as Spock in J.J. Abrams' sequel "Star Trek Into Darkness."
"Good Black Don't Crack" ends Kuntu Repertory Theatre's 38-year run.
"Poppy Hill": Tame but tender Japanese film beautifully evokes life and love in 1964.
Documentary tells tale of Pittsburgh marble shooters competing at National Marbles Tournament.
The Allderdice High School graduate will be holding a Q&A session on his latest book, "Bunker Hill," at the Carnegie Lecture Hall.
Bruce Cockburn and Jake Shimabukuro are among the marquee names on the 2013-2014 calendar, which was announced today.
Zach Malinak of Freedom and Francesca Nardone of Ellwood City will represent Beaver, Butler and Lawrence counties in national competition.
Network slots four new comedies and one drama for fall; TBS and TNT to offer live streaming; "Peg + Cat" gets a premiere date.
"Cloud Atlas," "Texas Chainsaw" and "Beware of Mr. Baker."
"Into Darkness" gains most of its PG-13 rating from its violent and scary situations.
Silk Screen Film Festival transports moviegoers to the "Valley of Saints" and desperate, duplicitous corners of New Delhi in "B.A. Pass."