The director and award-winning star of “Fences” will be in the Hill District Wednesday.
Finlandia, Carmina Burana, Bartok and John Williams are on The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra’s 50th anniversary calendar.
Kristen Dudley, a state board psychologist, said the evidence shows the 81-year-old would likely reoffend if given the chance.
Bill Cosby faces the start of a two-day sentencing hearing in which a judge will decide how to punish the 81-year-old comedian.
Elysia Newman was terminated as creative director, a volunteer position, after this year’s Pittsburgh Fashion Week.
Oreo’s chocolate wafers are filled with sweet cream dotted with confetti in honor of Mickey Mouse’s 90th birthday.
Elevator music in the concert hall, smashed violins and head-banging cellists in this weekend’s classical concert review.
Bill Cosby's sentencing hearing Monday will begin with testimony about his sex offender evaluation.
Decision is the first time since the #MeToo movement began that a celebrity faces prison in a sex-assault case.
The eight-week festival of visual and performance art includes a visual display and live music outside the Benedum Center.
The film is based on the beloved children's series of books by John Bellairs.
The title of the book and movie refers to a 1989 piece of legislation that requires authorities in Britain to promote the welfare of minors.
“Artists Who Teach” features 58 artists from 10 local colleges and universities at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Pittsburgh Symphony releases a must-listen new album. Early press coverage is positive — perhaps another Grammy contender?
Fred Rogers is honored on the Google homepage with an animated video celebrating the 51st anniversary of filming the first national episode in Pittsburgh on Sept. 21, 1967.
The national tour of the play with the Tony Award-winning best set opened this week at the Benedum Center.
Broadcast networks attempt to woo viewers with familiar titles, more diverse stars and more multi-cam sitcoms.
Goodwill is embracing its role as a destination for DIY Halloween costumes
RADical Days commence, Ligonier Games and the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival are scheduled, plus lots of music, round out the weekend.
The Downtown complex, already buzzing with student activity, opens its doors for a peek before a gala and “Cabaret” welcome in October.
In the week after the rapper’s death, the new single “Self Care” went to No. 33.
Pittsburgher Pasquale Buba, film editor who worked on George Romero movies, dies
The longtime character actor was recently honored in New York and will receive a citation from Pittsburgh City Council on Tuesday.