Two New Yorkers, one a college freshman and the other a madcap gal about town, join forces in this fizzy close to the summer movie season.
Daytime TV roundup: Local sports and syndicated crime shows on WPNT; “Ellen” moves to WTAE and “Meredith Vieira” gets bumped to late night.
Playing at Carnegie Science Center, “Robots” explores the exciting frontier of humanoid robotics research; two of the stars are from CMU.
Ed Skrein is no Jason Statham and the newest installment of the “Transporter” franchise is a cut-rate action affair.
Jimmy Gralton fights the powers that be with a dance hall in Depression-era Ireland in “Jimmy’s Hall.”
“Concussion” is months away from release but skirmishes are breaking out over its treatment of the NFL and whether punches were pulled.
The business recently opened in the former Rolliers Hardware in Mt. Lebanon.
The San Diego man who sent pornographic images to one of the “Dance Moms” students has a troubled, criminal past.
More than 200 tickets were sold for the performance Aug. 27.
A fee of $1 or $1.50 will be charged per ticket, regardless of whether the ticket is purchased online or at the box office.
The center helps children deal with grief. Art at the exhibit, “A Journey Through Grief,” will be done by children at the Caring Place.
As the days grow shorter, the films turn darker, more thoughtful and awards-worthy as five dozen new titles show.
Manager Mike Odd talks about the LA cover band on an anti-fast food campaign, performing at Altar Bar on Tuesday.
Stephen Colbert keeps details quiet on how he’ll evolve ‘The Late Show,’ but expect more emphasis on news and politics.
Current play "Educating Rita" will go on, but the theater company said the remainder of the season was being reassessed by the board.
The Rep presents the local premiere of a dramedy by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies.
“Z for Zachariah” is not your typical apocalypse film, thanks to high anxiety and actors Margot Robbie, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Chris Pine.
The band celebrates its sophomore album “2113” with a show at Spirit on Friday.
“Doc Martin” star Martin Clunes takes on a new role as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Drama series is more good than great but it benefits from a talented cast and central mystery.
“Mad Max: Fury Road,” “I’ll See You In My Dreams” and other titles show up on store shelves
With its second proper album, “Luminous Toxin,” The Garment District already takes a departure, spinning off into an ambient world.
The center’s new lineup includes two Halloween laser shows - one for families, one for grown-ups only.
Rib fest at Heinz Field, Gateway Clipper is $1 for kids, final First Fridays at the Frick, make cool stuff at Festival of Combustion ...
The movie, starring Will Smith as Dr. Bennet Omalu, is due in theaters in December.
The play starring Martin Giles and Karen Baum takes the place of the more populous “Saint Joan” on PICT’s schedule.
Robert Redford and Nick Nolte embark on “A Walk in the Woods,” which takes them onto the Appalachian Trail in an ambitious comic adventure.
The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre brings Mark Morris’ “Sandpaper Ballet” to the Chicago Dancing Festival.
Before being screened at the festival, “The Family Next Door” will be shown at 7 p.m. Sept. 9 at the Cranberry Municipal Center.
Mia Z and Luke Wade team up to make music to help find a breast cancer cure and will perform tonight at Pittsburgh Winery.
Two sculptures by Edinboro University art faculty member Dietrich Wegner are included in Banksy’s “Dismaland Bemusement Park” in Britain.
The NFL responds to the recent release of a trailer for the film “Concussion,” about head trauma on the football field.
Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents series brings an eclectic mix of genres to the Pittsburgh Cultural District.
The city’s festival of new plays brings together writers worldwide with local theater companies to produce a dozen world premieres.
“The Josh and Gab Show” creators are shopping around a new talk show for children.
Adam Baldwin plays a naval officer in TNT’s “The Last Ship.” In real life, he is a political conservative in a sea of Hollywood liberals.
Paul Organisak, 53, vice president of programming for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, resigns to rest and recharge
“Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” episodes are now available on Netflix.
Mr. Simmons’ individual philanthropy has helped the symphony weather the weak economy and its difficult financial circumstances.
The versatile filmmaker also wrote and produced features, directed for television and wrote novels.
Greek antiquities crafted during the Hellenistic period shine at the Getty museum in Los Angeles. The exhibit moves to D.C. in December.
Actress and co-writer Greta Gerwig blends 1980s sensibilities with screwball comedy for “Mistress America,” set in contemporary New York.
John Szwed’s first-rate biography puts the primary focus on the artist and her work, and not her addiction.
The action is sufficiently suspenseful to keep even a non-thriller reader’s interest, which makes up for the occasional uber-dramatic flair.
A new work by the author of “The Corrections” and “Freedom” comes freighted with expectations as a “literary event.” It is, flaws and all.
Questions answered about “Resurrection,” a “Mad Men” finale stunt and Penn Jillette’s appearance on “Jeopardy!”
Retired late-night comedian and IndyCar team co-owner David Letterman re-examines his love of the sport following Justin Wilson's death.
The digitally savvy will be able to enjoy a 360-degree, virtual-reality experience during the MTV Video Music Awards preshow.
The Wilson/Barnes/Throckmorton Trio, PSO’s “Neighborhood Week,” and a Festival of Combustion all scheduled for the coming week.
Disney feels the pressure as the 3.0 version of the popular video game series is released to fans.