Kelly Sasso returns to Pittsburgh for WTAE-TV newscasts
The biggest chunk comes from Heinz Endowments, which approved a $5 million grant to be used over a five-year period.
Citing ‘disrespect’ from male producers, “Dance Moms” star Abby Lee Miller announces departure from show.
“This scoundrel... should have taken flowers to the graves of the victims,” says the mayor of Medellin, Colombia.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at Ticketmaster.com.
Choreographer Beth Corning has teamed with award-winning artist Donald Byrd to explore the interplay between truth and perception.
Here’s a look into how Vogue evolved over the years, its Pittsburgh ties and ways its readers can follow the anniversary festivities.
The Pittsburgh Opera production of Puccini’s “Turandot,” starring Alexandra Loutsion, is at the Benedum Center until April 2.
After 31 years and 12 studio albums, California punk band Green Day still knows how to work the crowd.
English readers finally have a translation of the Icelandic version of Bram Stoker’s famous tale that goes in a different direction.
Elliot Ackerman’s second novel shows how people carry emotional and physical scars of war, and how war both demolishes and becomes home.
“Game of Thrones” parody “Graeme of Thrones,” Celtic Woman and comedian Donnell Rawlings are on tap this week.
Pollock, Calder, O’Keeffe and Bearden shine among Neuberger Collection of American modernism works at Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about grammar in local newscasts, The Weather Channel and “Sunday Housecall.”
Greg Iles’ latest explores the deep divides of race, violence and family in Mississippi over generations.
The new endeavor by The Ellipses Condition puts the interplay between dance, music, chalk art, poetry and science under a microscope.
Movie studios have differing preferences regarding how quickly to make their movies available on all platforms and at what cost.
The “NEBBY: Rick Sebak’s Tales of Greater Pittsburgh” series announced Thursday it will raise funds through a Kickstarter.com.
Stranger-than-strange trios were the challenge for super teams on Syfy’s “Face Off: All-Stars.”
The Broadway-bound blockbuster sequel to J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” books and films focuses on parent-child relationships.
Despite the fantastic music the group has put out over the last 11 years, something about the live performance felt artificial.
The somewhat scary but derivative film is a poor man’s “Alien.”
ABC’s inferior high-concept comedy took the in-season slot that could have gone to Pittsburgh’s “Downward Dog;” TV Land launches “Nobodies.
The film tells the story of a young woman who goes back in time to her birthday party in 1970.
Dylan said he was at the Civic Arena in July 1967 when Sinatra played two sold-out shows.
Pittsburgh Symphony performances, Alabama indie-rocker Waxahatchee, Cold War Kids and Chuck Prophet are on the list of weekend performances.
From the absurd to the very real, Onion writers Matt Spina and Seena Vali are experts in fake news
Dave Johns and Hayley Squires deliver superb performances in director Ken Loach’s “I, Daniel Blake.”
The band hits Pittsburgh on the Revolution Radio Tour on Saturday.
Two leading contemporary music ensembles, Bang on a Can All-Stars and the Arditti Quartet, will perform in Pittsburgh this weekend.
The legendary Village Voice and Rolling Stone critic will never stop looking for the best new music.
The festival is presented by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center of CMU in the Cultural District and Oakland venues.
In its 11th annual year, the CMU International Film Festival will explore the meaning of identity in multifarious cultures.
Soprano Alexandra Loutsion, who will tackle the difficult title role in Puccini’s “Turandot,” is a former Pittsburgh Opera resident artist.
The Britsburgh Society is sponsoring March 30 performance by one of world’s top choirs at Shadyside’s Calvary Episcopal Church.
Kathy Griffin to bring stories of her celebrity run-ins, and more, to PIttsburgh show
The 44th Daytime Emmy Awards will hand out its creative prizes April 28, with the rest on April 30.
For 15 years, Senses Fail has played in Pittsburgh, and tonight’s installment did not disappoint.
Tickets are on sale now at the Vans site.
The new trailer released Wednesday promotes the comedy special Red Nose Day, a fundraiser for children living in poverty.
The Chartiers Valley High School production of “Sweeney Todd” ran March 8-11.
Alan Stanford co-wrote a version for Dubliners 20 years ago, but for PICT, the company’s leader and director decided to start from scratch.
The project will unite dance, music, poetry, art and science, with contributions from Carnegie Mellon University’s physics department.
Jessica Dickey's thought-provoking play about art and humanity is magical.
A Somerset murals tour, Arthur Lubetz at The Carnegie, fly fishing artists in Homer City, and a Westmoreland mural embody arts diversity.
An online ticket request period is happening now.
The venue adds five shows to its spring/summer lineup, which will include The New Pornographers, Clutch and Taking Back Sunday.
The Pine-Richland High School production of “Joseph” ran March 10-18.
Danielle Bowen and Allan Snyder give endearing performances in the new musical based on the 1912 novel.
Singer opens up about her sexuality and struggles while growing up within a fundamentalist Christian family.