Andrew Bird, "Break It Yourself": Andrew Bird is one of the great pop visionaries of the past decade.
This week, Bruce Springsteen releases a new album that addresses the country's hard economic times. For the louder, faster, angrier version,
It's been 27 years since Kevin Bacon played an outsider in "Footloose."
Fox's "Bob's Burgers" debuted last season and quietly developed into a cult phenomenon.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre knows how to push the boundaries of ballet.
Cartoon Network alumni Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim bring their lower-than-lowbrow "style" to the big screen.
The Composure is free once again to do its own thing.
Cleanup efforts are under way after comic books were ruined when a leak sent rain through ToonSeum warehouse.
Florence Biros, author of the historical novel that inspired the family film "Dog Jack," will be signing autographs and taking
Pittsburgh Savoyards are offering Gilbert & Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance."
You don't think of delicate dancing when the tuba is involved.
Tracy Brigden had little to refer to when creating the American premiere of 'The Monster in the Hall.'
Well, at least they were able to laugh about it later.
When No Age turned up in 2008 the duo was heralded for a sound that was raw, noisy, arty, punk and gloriously lo-fi.
Pittsburgh's upcoming Broadway Series season is packed with six shows on the road for the first time.
The former WDVE-FM host plans a live comedy show and more.
Fake Web report on Hines Ward signing with Baltimore makes it to WPXI's 6 a.m. report before issuing on-air correction.
The illustrious history of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is now an illustrated one.
Paula Deen and her brother Earl W. "Bubba" Hiers are being sued.
April will be anything but the cruelest month for filmmaking in Pittsburgh.
"Dynamic Women of Dance" will feature works by choreographers Sidra Bell, Camille A. Brown, Kiesha Lalama and Kim Bears-Bailey.
An exhilarating exhibition at the August Wilson Center for African American Culture, Downtown, brings together potent artworks.
WTAE-TV is adding a new general assignment editor to the mix.
Bruce Springsteen seems to be at his best when things are at their very worst
It isn't just advertisers who want out of Rush Limbaugh's radio show. Artists do, too.
Patricia Sheridan's photos from Marfa, where art is big.
Artist Donald Judd infected this high desert cattle town with East Coast sensibilities in the 1970s. Now it's an outpost of avant-garde.
The committee for Fox Chapel Country Day School's annual benefit exerted an Olympic effort Friday at the Fox Chapel Racquet Club.
It was a leap sweeps this year, with local Nielsen ratings confirming KDKA-TV's strength in news broadcasts from lunchtime on.
Guests enjoyed wine, champagne and comfort food at the Duquesne Club Friday while being serenaded by students from the Pittsburgh CLO Academ
The late Maggie Daley and cellist Anne Martindale Williams head Carlow University's 2012 Women of Spirit Awards recipients.
Former Pittsburgher E.J. Johnston, son of former Penguins coach and general manager Ed Johnston, is among the show's executive producers.
Jazz is alive and well at the Manchester Craftsmen's Guild.
The Pittsburgh Symphony's second Music for the Spirit concert will take place at 7:30 p.m.
The 12th annual Wesley Spectrum Spring Gala was held Saturday night at the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
Not only is Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi expecting her first child with Jionni LaValle, but the happy couple are also engaged, People
"It's a great day to be Turkish," said Arol Ablak at the grand opening of the Turkish Nationality Room
Before the invention of celluloid plastic, all photographs were taken on glass plates.
In light of recent headlines, the cruise industry may need some emergency PR. Helping the cause was the JCC's Love Boat party at the Jewish
The Master Builders' Association held its annual Construction Industry Evening of Excellence
Steeler Ryan Mundy mingled with fans during the American Liver Foundation's benefit luncheon "Tribute to Excellence"
Stage AE has added punk and metal to its spring lineup.
Toast of the Town had members of the Mt. Lebanon Junior Women's Club out for a good time and a good cause Saturday night.
Stage AE has added three shows to its spring/summer lineup: Marilyn Manson will play here for the first time in three years on May 5 with Th
There was an extraordinarily different sense of balances to be perceived in the Pittsburgh Dance Council's presentation of Armitage
She will always be known as the slightly prudish, preppy Charlotte on the HBO series "Sex and the City," but that hasn't been a problem for
That Hollywood dreams are based on so much faith, trust and pixie dust has not been lost on Chris Breakwell.
A list of the best-selling fiction and nonfiction titles.
A transplant nurse seduces men in a seedy motel room, then removes their kidneys and leaves them in a bathtub filled with ice water. Only El
When Damien Hirst's spot paintings opened at 11 Gagosian galleries in January, critics busied themselves. Meanwhile, a YouTube video critiqu
From a certain perspective, Americans have never been so obsessed with food.
There's no getting around politics in "Game Change," HBO's jaw-dropping TV movie depicting the 2008 presidential campaign of Sen. John McCai
The Irish, perhaps not the most thick-skinned group, have been very attuned to their place in American society from the beginning until just
The Post-Gazette's 95th ShowPlane heads to Broadway May 2-6. It features four new entries in Broadway's annual best musical comedy sweepstak
Thirteen was not a lucky number for Adam Brock, the Washington, Pa., creative arts director whose "American Idol" run ended on
Two model homes in Cranberry will be featured on a new HGTV show airing 2:30 p.m. today.
Maynard James Keenan walked onto a blank stage Thursday night at the Byham in a long black leather coat and cowboy hat and proceeded
If Sharon Needles weren't already wearing so much drag makeup, she'd be blushing.
OWENSBORO, Ky. -- The "godfather of bluegrass" has been dead for nearly 81 years.
Nickelodeon band Big Time Rush will bring its "Big Time Summer Tour" to the First Niagara Pavilion at 7 p.m. Aug.
In classical music terms, Nikolaj Znaider turned two decades younger right before our eyes.
Josephine Baker probably never performed at the Crawford Grill in the Hill District (the stage was barely big enough for the musicians).
Nickelodeon band Big Time Rush will bring will bring its "Big Time Summer Tour" to the First Niagara Pavilion at 7 p.m. Aug. 5 with special
Adam Brock, 27, was not among the top 10 vote-getters from earlier in the week, and was not one of the judges' three wild card choices.
Tickets for "The Gammage Project" have been halved to $10 for Allegheny County high school students
"Project X" celebrates sexist, illegal, selfish and just plain stupid behavior although it is energetically assembled and set to hip-hop and
You don't need a Whisper-ma-Phone to hear the environmental message in "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax."
ABC's one-hour comedy "GCB" (10 p.m. Sunday, WTAE) is a holy hoot.
KDKA-TV news anchor Susan Koeppen is scheduled to undergo surgery next week to repair a faulty heart valve. Ms.
He liked it, and so he put a ring on it!
Marcia Brady wasn't the only girl who loved Davy Jones. But she certainly was the most memorable, E! News reports.
The tick-tick-tick sound in "We Need to Talk About Kevin" could be anything, you think at first.
"I'm Davy's dad. Davy will be out here in a minute."
The Post-Gazette reviews movies from a family perspective: Rated: PG.
With "Hugo," director Martin Scorsese celebrates the history and magic of film itself.
Oscar show a winner This year's Oscar performance was the best I have seen in many years.
You can see (and hear) why Chico is so in love with Rita, and why everyone is so in love with 1948 Cuba in the animated love story that bear
Davy Jones, who died Wednesday of a heart attack at 66, looked and sounded remarkably like his old self on the group's 45th anniversary tour
"I've thrown everything at the wall, but nothing will stick," Scott McMicken sings on "Do the Trick."
Henry DeLuca says when he started his Roots of Rock and Roll series in 1980 at the late Syria Mosque, "I was wondering if I could get to Vol
The hype for "Taylor Allderdice" is building, with Wiz Khalifa even making a trip back to his old school on Tuesday.
"ASPIRE: a retrospective of young talent" opens at the Pittsburgh Glass Center Friday with a free reception, as part of the monthly Unblurre
There's one way in which Theodor Geisel was kind of like the reclusive Once-ler in "The Lorax": When people came knocking to adapt his books
"The Lorax" was published in 1971, a year after the establishment of Earth Day and at a time when the environmental movement was blossoming.
In the play "Freud's Last Session," the father of psychoanalysis debates author C.S. Lewis about the existence of God.
NEW YORK -- Justin Guarini had the same dreams as every other hopeful on season 1 of "American Idol": to have a successful pop music
NBC's "Awake" (10 tonight, WPXI) begins with a simple premise: After the family car he's driving tumbles over a cliff, Los Angeles
It's been referred to as "the raid on Seuss."
Maynard James Keenan is a guy juggling three bands -- and a wine bottle. A whole winery of them actually.
Phish will return to the First Niagara Pavilion for the first time in three years on June 23, two weeks after the Vermont jam band headlines
Choreographer Karole Armitage's background in dance is far-reaching.
In a positive review by The New York Times on Monday, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra essentially got a second opinion of the orchestra un
After years of dues-paying, artist Beverly McIver cleared a high rung on the success ladder when she was given her first solo
Whitney Houston's death on Feb.
LOS ANGELES -- Shortly after Meryl Streep beat out Viola Davis for the lead actress Academy Award Sunday night, Disney/ABC Television presid
Children and dogs are a classic combination in life and in literature.
What is it about wardrobes and closets that so fascinate children's authors in the U.K.?
"B.U.S." arrived on schedule Saturday for the seventh year at Bricolage in the Cultural District.