Tonight’s finale will be followed by a live half-hour panel discussion on race relations.
NBC's "Aquarius" is a fine if unexceptional period TV drama, a broadcast series that tries to look like a cable show.
Plus more events this weekend: PSO’s Fiddlesticks family concert of the season, Pennsylvania Polka and Ethnic Festival, Jeep Cruise ...
Country stars team up again at Heinz Field for reprise of 2013 show.
As a child, “Gone Crazy in Alabama” author Rita Williams-Garcia was always curious about family history and family secrets.
VisitPittsburgh estimates the Chesney show and concerts by Taylor Swift, the Rolling Stones and One Direction will generate $35.4 million.
New on DVD: "Seventh Son," "Cut Bank," and "The Loft."
New ABC show features children who hear a voice that encourages them to try to kill their busy, preoccupied parents.
Tom Lenk, from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," stars in "Buyer & Cellar" at Pittsburgh Public Theater.
Pittsburgh singer Billy Price gets to work with one of his musical heroes on a full-length album.
Pittsburgh bands explore the noisier side with dual release show.
“Girls Only: The Secret Comedy of Women” returns to CLO Cabaret with a cast of newcomers.
Pittsburgh is taking crowd control measures near Heinz Field after excess trash was left behind after concerts the past two years.
Filmed in and around Ellwood City, with some Pittsburgh locations, “Bigfoot: The Movie” is turned loose this week.
A guide leads a bus and walking “Tour,” melding fact and fiction to find a community’s saints in this Bricolage co-production.
PICT returns to Oakland for an Ayckbourn comedy that features two worlds existing side by side.
The newest Wii U game creates new characters while reinventing the shooter genre with an objective that is far less violent than warfare.
David Toole and Erin Lindsey Krom are the appealing performers in Front Porch Theatricals’ latest summer musical.
“She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers From Iran and the Arab World” opens Saturday at Carnegie Museum of Art with a curator’s talk.
KDKA news leads recent sweeps period, but viewership is down across the board for 25-54 demo
The former WPMY gets right to the Pointcq with a transition to sports/entertainment programming.
Two of B.B. King's daughters are alleging that the blues legend was poisoned to death by his closest associates, but the coroner says
NEW YORK (AP) — Ad executives looking for a celebrity to endorse their product can’t do much better than actor Liam Neeson.
Diamandis easily commanded the stage over her hour-long performance.
The Heinz Field parking lots will open at 1 p.m,. and the gates for the Big Revival Tour show will open at 4 p.m.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. June 5 for the Icelandic band.
The cash and stock deal comes just one month after Comcast Corp. dropped its $45.2 billion merger agreement with Time Warner Cable.
Novelist Judd Richter explores what happens when humans and robots fall in love.
Blood on the trail: 'Jacksonland: Andrew Jackson, Cherokee Chief John Ross, and a Great American Land Grab' by Steve Inskeep
We all knew the Trail of Tears was one of the most brutal chapters in American history, but author Steve Inskeep lays out the bloody
A local artist and part of Pittsburgh Filmmakers’ Youth Media Program, Jayla Patton found her love of animation as a youth herself.
The actor plays his distant cousin, legendary Texan Sam Houston, in the epic new mini-series “Texas Rising” on the History Channel.
The band covers Led Zeppelin, Queen, the Beatles and more, jumping through genres and jamming through 10-minute songs.
The combined companies could have as many as 23 million customers, just behind Comcast's 27.2 million customers.
When the renovation of Downtown’s Skinny Building sparked comments about its mysterious origins last week, John Schalcosky went to work.
She was a loopy, lovable comedian who launched a standup career with husband Jerry Stiller in the 1950s and found success as an actress.
Meet a few of the fledgling companies that are carving out their place in Pittsburgh’s growing dance scene.
A Broadway original and a Tony nominee are reviewed by our critics.
Award-winning journalist Asne Seierstad tells the tale of the murder of 77 Norwegians by a troubled loner in 2011.
Jane Smiley’s chronicle of the Langdon family of Denby, Iowa, has undergone an astonishingly rapid evolution.
Author of the best-selling and award-winning “The Dive From Clausen’s Pier,” Ann Packer is a wonderful portraitist.
Mr. Nash, who attended Carnegie Mellon, was killed along with his wife, Alicia, in a crash on Saturday.
Questions answered about online streaming vs. cable, how reality show stars cash in and “The Flash.”
In Pittsburgh, the bright lights of filming the action reality show “American Ninja Warrior” compete with the echoes of history.
PSO presents the final Fiddlesticks family concert of the season, comedian Gary Owen plays the Pittsburgh Improv ...
No “MasterChef” apron for local home cook Alicia Giove; a Monaca woman’s story is a ratings winner.
Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra and City Music Center of Duquesne University are registering students for two new training programs.
To call “Poltergeist” laughable is not the same thing as saying it’s bad (although it is that, too). It’s just that it seems less
LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles prosecutors said Friday they will not file elder abuse charges against Casey Kasem’s widow.
Dancing in the streets, Everybody loves robots, Babs tells it as it is, Honoring B.B. King and Fun-raising.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — TLC pulled the reality series “19 Kids and Counting” from its schedule Friday, a move that follows reports of sexual