The Internet had fun circulating memes about Coldplay and the Super Bowl halftime show.
Robin Roberts will interview acting nominees and the director of ”The Martian” on a program that airs a week before the Academy Awards.
The Coens salute and poke fun at Old Hollywood with help from Josh Brolin as a studio fixer and George Clooney as an actor.
John Mayer will join members of the Grateful Dead on tour.
Tour follows release of new single and video on Saturday. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 22 via LiveNation.com.
Two Tony nominees find their way to Pittsburgh despite storm warnings and grace the series at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
The new show by Ruben Graciani and Kiesha Lalama is a Rubik’s Cube of ideas, full of twists and layers that add up for a stunning impact.
Questions are answered about HBO’s “The Leftovers,” CBS’s “Person of Interest” and a character death on ABC’s “Nashville.”
Mel Licata, an artist from the Douglas Education Center’s Tom Savini Special Make-Up Effects program, had to get real on Syfy’s competition.
Hanya Yanagihara’s novel ”A Little Life” was a finalist for the National Book Award in 2015.
Each story by Helen Maryles Shankman leads inexorably back to fundamental questions regarding blame, courage and responsibility.
After 13 years and more than 650 interviews, Patricia Sheridan recounts some memorable moments in her Breakfast With column.
Rocky Bleier has faced a lot of adversity, but turning 70 in March is a bit bothersome for the four-time Super Bowl champion with the
Art & Architecture
In “Fast Cars and Femmes Fatales” at The Frick Pittsburgh art museum, Jacques Henri Lartigue focuses on France’s Belle Epoque.
Programs, film series, lectures and other activities will complement the new exhibit featuring the photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue.
The fight over Bill Cosby’s deposition testimony will be key to his sexual assault case.
Former Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce Castor claimed he gave an unwritten promise of immunity for Cosby to his now-deceased
New games “No Man’s Sky” and “Mighty No. 9” join “Uncharted” and “Street Fighter” video game sequels.
Post-Gazette staffers who find the droid from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” irresistible compare their toy versions of BB-8.