About 2,000 students see firsthand what their refugee classmates have endured in a private showing of “He Named Me Malala.”
Che “Rhymefest” Smith reunites with his homeless dad in a quest to reclaim his neighborhood and discover his true self as a father and son.
Learn how to play ukuleles by learning to “hear” the music rather than rely on song sheets at a workshop in Pittsburgh next weekend.
Pittsburgh Concert Society hosts recital; Richard Jacob discusses mushrooms and comedian Jessimae Peluso hits town.
Music Review: Emphasis on the rhythms of dance highlights gratifying Pittsburgh Symphony performance
The Philadelphia-based company danced a program that not only dazzled the eye, but also enriched the soul and challenged the mind.
The former “Tonight Show” host also can be seen on his CNBC show, “Jay Leno’s Garage.”
A one-hour biography offers an uncritical, warm, upbeat look at the career of the sitcom legend.
Donna Lynne Champlin is among the stars of The CW’s well-reviewed musical comedy series “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”
Anita Diamant researched the history of Boston’s North End neighborhood for her latest novel, “The Boston Girl.”
Pittsburgh celebrates Youth Literature Day with “Stories Connect Us” art projects in advance of author Kate DiCamillo’s visit.
'Kissinger: The Idealist, 1923-1968': Biographer Niall Ferguson challenges the 'Realpolitik' reputation
CNN’s Fareed Zakaria will be coming to Pittsburgh Oct. 20 for the American Middle East Institute’s 2015 conference.
Say what you will about LeAnn Rimes and her real-life dramas, on stage her voice trumps the tabloid attacks.
Art & Architecture
James Shipman celebrates a 40-year career with the opening of an outdoor sculpture court he created on a junk-filled lot.
We’re loving Carnegie Museums brackets, haunted Pittsburgh, busy Niecy Nash and a “Sherlock” special on the way.
Donald Trump has choice words for President Barack Obama after the president’s “60 Minutes” interview on Sunday.
Selena Gomez is battling the immune system disorder lupus.
The arcade grows up with old and new games in a social club atmosphere on East Carson Street.
“The Taken King” expansion to “Destiny” improves on the game’s content and tone.