Prince fans will be able to make a pilgrimage to the star’s Paisley Park complex, which is being turned into a museum.
‘Pokemon GO’ is on the wane as some are bored with it and some distracted players have been injured, or killed and injured others.
The well cast “Hands of Stone” disappoints due to a lack of focus.
Local stations move some shows around this fall but there are fewer new syndicated shows than usual; “Mindhunter” needs more extras again.
The smartly sexy crime drama explores how women working in high finance survive and the toll it takes on their souls.
Lots of fairs and festivals, including the Shadyside Art Festival and the Rensaissance Festival are on the schedule for the weekend.
The famed drummer and singer plays a rare Pittsburgh show on Saturday.
'The Nice Guys,' 'Ratchet and Clack' and 'The Huntsman: Winter's War' make it to store shelves.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is about to release albums with Michael League (of Snarky Puppy) and son James Raymond.
Danny McHugh and Nathan Salstone portray brothers Floyd and Homer for Front Porch Theatricals, in a show based on a real-life tragedy.
Rolling Stone ranked “Pet Sounds” as the second greatest album of all time.
Lawyer representing 17 people injured during the show says the rappers and the venue didn’t take precautions to keep concertgoers safe.
Photos show the Pittsburgh hip-hop artist and the pop star, who duet on his new album, sharing a romantic dinner on the West Coast.
Clay, paintings and drawings by seminal 20th-century studio artist Daniel Rhodes are exhibited at Art & Education at the Hoyt in New Castle.
There’s much to master in the “MasterChef” kitchen. For Slippery Rock native Nathan Barnhouse, that includes making friends, and rice.
New procedures will be enforced at the Benedum Center, Byham Theater, Cabaret at Theater Square and August Wilson Center.
Pills marked as hydrocodone that were seized from Paisley Park after Prince’s overdose death actually contained fentanyl, a powerful opioid.
Collaborative art project breaks down as artists squabble over alterations and artistic visions.
Country-rocker goes hard in debut as a First Niagara Pavilion headliner.
The Pittsburgh Comedy Festival, jazz percussionist George Jones and comedian Pauly Shore are on tap this week.
Authors Hannah Moskowitz and Kat Helgeson provide a nearly perfect mirror to modern-day online fan interactions in their novel.
J.D. Vance’s memoir describes how he made his way from the hillbilly world of Appalachia to the pinnacle of American middle-class life.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about “The Night Shift” and adapting novels for TV.
A collection of 55 essays by the Nigerian-American photographer and art historian explore the strangeness of the immigrant experience in
Pitt professor Irina Reyn has written a transcendent novel about Catherine the Great and a contemporary woman inspired by her.
An exhibit on the North Side explores parallels between Andy Warhol and Ai Weiwei, who are larger-than-life figures in art and persona.
Also, “Seven Guitars” extends its run with two matinees at the August Wilson House.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will head to Aspen, Colo., for a three-concert stint led by music director Manfred Honeck.
On a new NBC show debuting Tuesday, a whole world of adventure awaits a Pro Football Hall of Famer and his unlikely travel companions.
Univision is buying Gawker Media for $135 million out of bankruptcy.
“War Dogs” is much ado about nothing, more “Whoa, dude-fellas” than “Goodfellas.”
Gritty, complex performances highlight the intriguing tale of bank robbing brothers seeking revenge.
The slave drama “Birth of A Nation” received rave reviews and awards at the Sundance Film Festival.
A homegrown, train-themed series fills the live-action void in children’s television; Showtime plans ahead.
The annual showcase of original one-act plays features works from Pittsburgh to Australia.
The rap superstar teams with Future for a crowd-pleasing, marathon performance.
Lots of fairs, including the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival and loads of other activites scheduled for the coming weekend.
‘The Angry Birds Movie,” “God’s Not Dead 2” hit store shelves this week.
The singer makes his very first visit to Pittsburgh on Saturday as the headliner for the Monroeville Jazz Festival.
The Pittsburgh Symphony will offer tributes to Prince, the Beatles and Neil Diamond, along with a performance alongside Celtic Woman.
Spouses Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally mix music and comedy with R-rated details of their union for the show at the Benedum Sunday.
Brown Angel, Direct Action and Mud City Manglers bring new releases, reissues to the table.
King Buzzo talks about “Basses Loaded,” “Colossus of Destiny” and the Nirvana project that didn’t happen.
Mike Oliveira came to WPXI in 2005 as executive producer and became managing editor four years later. In 2012, he was named news director.
The 68-year-old guitar hero rocks it out like the Captain America of crazy.
The Olympics are helping the Peacock network crush its competitors in the ratings.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre offers free show at Hartwood Acres, a premiere by local choreographer Alexandra Bodnarchuk and a party for Gene
A panel will discuss artist and activist Ai Weiwei within the context of contemporary Chinese politics and art at The Andy Warhol Museum.
Thar Sayegh moved to Pittsburgh in hope of resuming the art career he had to put on hold when he first came to the U.S.
The holiday group will be performing “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve.”