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Phat Man Dee and Tommy Amoeba get their freak on with a pair of new albums and a release show Wednesday at Mr. Smalls.
CBS returns to the “NCIS” well for another spinoff, this one set in The Big Easy and starring an accent-challenged Scott Bakula.
YouTube sensation Shane Dawson talks about how he got into making videos and the challenges of being overweight as a child.
An untitled Will Smith football movie filming here will hold an open tryout for extras who can play football and appear in late October.
The Emmy winner was best known for her portrayal of Helen Morgan in “Playhouse 90.”
A former Alaska TV reporter unceremoniously quit her job on the air to become an advocate for a pro-marijuana ballot measure in the state.
The new TV season begins with a trio of mixed-bag series debuting tonight: “Gotham” on Fox, “Scorpion” on CBS and “Forever” on ABC.
Marine biologist Sylvia Earle is in a battle to save the ocean before it is too late. At home in the water, at 79 she is still diving.
The court-appointed conservator requested to stay the Oct. 6 sheriff sale to give her more time to complete the sale to a N.Y. developer.
Broadcast networks, especially ABC, get more multicultural this fall with ethnically diverse casts in new TV series.
Carol Burnett’s name was always at the top of the list for the Harvey Award and now, the Stewart Museum will honor the fan and friend.
Former Nixon aide John Dean illustrates how the president got caught in the quicksand of the Watergate scandal.
The author’s memories of Catholic high school in Western Pennsylvania were the ideal starting point for his first novel.
Wildly, knowingly offensive "The Book of Mormon" returns to town with Derry native Jake Emmerling in the ensemble.
James McBride, in his new book “The Good Lord Bird,” shines the spotlight on slavery foe John Brown, who helped shape where we are today.
Lady Mary’s beaded spider web gown, Lady Sybil’s harem pants and Lady Edith’s wedding gown are included in a “Downton Abbey” exhibit.
Questions answered about “Fargo,” “Paranormal Witness,” “The Talk” and TV show ratings.
Free events include “As You Like It” at Schenley Park; a Pittsburgh Symphony Brass concert and an appearance by poet Lucie Brock-Broido.
The Pittsburgh native tells the story of a gang of survivors left after a war destroys most of humanity.
New fall lectures on the “Downton Abbey” exhibit are offered at Winterthur.
The PSO opened its classical season Friday night at Heinz Hall with a performance of Berlioz’s “Symphonie fantastique.”
PICT presents a season of saints and sinners, including works by Shaw, Shakespeare and an “Oliver Twist” adapted by Alan Stanford.
Savini Special Make-Up Effects program graduate Keaghlan Ashley goes home on Syfy’s “Face Off.”
Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia led the way with 11 awards, followed by Harrisburg ABC affiliate WHTM-TV (9) at the Mid-Atlantic Emmy
The Frick Pittsburgh receives $3 million state grant for new education center
“This Is Where I Leave You,” starring Jane Fonda and Tina Fey, has its moments resulting in a charming dramady.
Cinemark at McCandless Crossing opens with 12 digital auditoriums, a bar serving wine, beer and frozen cocktails, and movies new and recent.
Glennon Doyle Melton, who battled addictions and bulimia and now raises money to assist families in need, will share her life challenges.
Despite a fine young and diverse cast, “Maze Runner” suffers from surprisingly little tension.
CBS debuts a “Good Wife” companion series, the likable but unrealistic “Madam Secretary”; Pittsburgh moves up in Nielsen market rank.
A podcaster turned prisoner, a lonely woman named Eleanor Rigby and an overcrowded ER are the focus of new movies opening this week.
“A Walk Among the Tombstones” could have been titled “Who Is Killing the Drug Dealers’ Wives of Brooklyn?”
“The Maze Runner,” based on the popular James Dashner novel, is suitable for tweens and older moviegoers.
Zachary Quinto won’t be part of the “Heroes Reborn” miniseries on NBC next year.
BARONS releases debut record with show at Commonwealth Press.
The 2012 high school rape of a teen in Steubenville inspires a new Lifetime movie, "The Assault."
Resonance Works | Pittsburgh, led by artistic director Maria Sensi Sellner, opens first full season with Donizetti's "The Elixir of Love.“
“Godzilla” and “The Fault in Our Stars” hits store shelves.
Pittsburghers never move and rarely — if ever — throw anything away, the president of Heinz History Center observed Wednesday.
New music from Pittsburgh synthwave artist Ennui.
Highland Games, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and ’Dixie’ around town this weekend.
A new writer’s guild is helping authors tap into the personal experience of journaling to benefit their work.
The Justin Fabus Band was among 209 groups selected from thousands in a contest to identify breakout bands.
The 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial, twice as big as the last one, continues to roll out thoughtfully conceived component exhibitions.
Mr. Krenn, last heard on local airwaves in December 2011, joins the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway from 8 to 9 a.m.
Sometimes legends disappoint you. Other times they are everything they are advertised to be, and more. That was Willie Nelson Tuesday night.
The University of Pittsburgh professor, who also holds a master’s from Pitt, won a National Book Award in 2010. “I’m dumbfounded,” he said.
The lightweight “Mysteries of Laura” may prove enjoyable to some, but not true mystery lovers.
The Invisible Photograph Part 4 debuts at Carnegie Museum of Art and a reception set for another component of the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial.
Fox takes a page from “The Fault in Our Stars” for a teen drama about patients in a hospital pediatric ward.