Karla Boos is the artistic director and founder of Quantum Theatre, a company performing innovative works in unconventional spaces.
Lots of Memorial Day activities, Sandcastle opens and Rapper Curren$y hits town.
The Carnegie Museum of Art installs artist Ai WeiWei’s massive bronze sculptures based on creatures from the Chinese Zodiac calendar.
Bryan Singer’s action film has lots of explosions and mayhem, but little real tension.
Beyonce arrives at Heinz Field with her most personal album to date.
Jesse Hughes, who brings his band to Mr. Smalls Monday, has been outspoken about gun rights and conspiracies since the terrorist incident.
This pyrotechnics festival that combines music and fireworks will be held at Cooper’s Lake Campground.
Director Rachel Stevens and music director Deana Muro team to lead the musical at the New Hazlett Theater.
Jeremy Berg, a chemistry professor, will serve a 5-year term as head of editorial content with the 136-year old science journal.
The comedian started a three-night run of six shows on Tuesday night at Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall.
Bernie Sanders wants Larry David to keep impersonating him on ”Saturday Night Live.”
“Dog Bytes” first season will be screened Friday at the Oaks Theater, Oakmont, giving people a chance to see the series on the big screen.
Four artworks have been recovered in the two months since the Friends of Art and the Pittsburgh Public Schools declared a no-blame amnesty.
Here are some highlights and lowlights from the Billboard Music Awards.
In recent weeks there have been talks that the city police bureau couldn't get enough officers to sign up for the May 31 concert.
In 1916, a huge audience gathered for outdoor performances of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and other Elizabethan entertainment.
Based on a comic book, this darkly funny, violent drama mixes the supernatural with questions of faith.
The imposing figures arrive this week at the Carnegie Museum of Art for an exhibition opening Saturday and continuing through Aug. 29.
Fred Kaplan shows how the U.S. and its enemies are engaged in wars over cyber networks.
Paul Hertneky reminisces about his childhood in Ambridge during a more bucolic time before the steel mills closed.
'Why Are They Angry With Us?': Larry E. Davis takes a look at racial resentment from Jim Crow to Obama
The distinguished Pitt professor charts the boundaries of America’s racial conflict.
The Tony-winning star of “Fun Home” partners with Seth Rudetsky for a performance at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
Statue has been welcomed around the world, but Conservative-led Westminster Council says its city has more than enough statues.
“The Shakespeare Show” at Cinemark, JazzLive presents Salsamba, Undercroft Opera reimagines Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” and more ...
Shock-rocker is holding up well at 68.
Michael Keaton is finalizing a deal to play a villain in “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
The Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, the go-to chorus for the Pittsburgh Symphony, has appointed its replacement for Betsy Burleigh.
As the season finale approaches, a producer reflects on filming in Beaver County the Esquire Network show about youth football.
The fifth annual Ligonier Art Walk on May 28 will feature 19 exhibiting artists, children’s activities, demonstrations and receptions.
Music historian Philip Norman narrates the life of Paul McCartney in a biography that spans more than 800 pages.
Bart D. Ehrman asks whether the oral tradition that transmitted the earliest narratives about Jesus were dramatically embellished.
“Supergirl” flies from CBS to The CW, joining three other superhero shows; CBS adds more comedies.
Matteo Garrone’s “Tale of Tales” includes three interwoven stories of horror, fantasy, romance and black comedy.
Actor Charles David Richards will perform his one-act play Sunday in North Park.
A duo out of Point Park plays dozens of roles in the CLO Cabaret production of the comedic homage to Hitchcock films.
“Yes, You Can Dance” classes help with motor skills, exercise and socialization.
There’s much to like about the unlikely comic pairing of Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling in ex-Pittsburgher Shane Black’s film.
Mr. Safer did 919 stories in his 46 years at ”60 Minutes,” where he ”was a fixture, one of our pillars.”
The Post-Gazette’s Summer Times section for 2016 details everything you need to see and do around Pittsburgh this season.
The lineup includes Michael Franti, Ohio Players, Booker T, Josh Ritter and Lucius.
Summer is packed with concerts, from clubs to stadiums.
Alice Cooper hits town, and so does Chris Isaak, and at another venue the Milk Carton Kids perform..
The Pittsburgh Festival of New Music, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and Opera Theater SummerFest are ready for the summer.
Free movies such as “Minions,” “Concussion,” “Inside Out,” “The Peanuts Movie” and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in the park begin at dusk.
Hollywood is about to give us a summer of sequels. We also have remakes, gaming, evil spirits and, hopefully, laughs.
From contemporary to classical — and a whole bunch of other styles — the city is rich with options to keep dance lovers busy all season.
Summer theater includes productions of ‘Matilda — The Musical,” “Damn Yankees” and “Elton John’s Aida.”
News on The Tilt Room and Backlash.
Dave Koz sideman revives a solo career with ”Out of a Dream.”
Scanning the comic books in a Squirrel Hill newsstand provided inspiration on the way to Hollywood film noir success.