Rick Sebak breaks down the many connections between the legendary pianist and comedic performer and Downtown Pittsburgh.
In the early 1990s, Rick Sebak witnessed an exclusive Oakland performance by Sting, frontman for The Police.
Rick Sebak recounts the troubling tale of legendary comic Lenny Bruce’s near-fatal Pittsburgh car crash.
Rick Sebak revisits the troubling story that landed famed comedian Richard Pryor in the Allegheny County Jail.
Long before the accomplished cyclist’s cheating was exposed, he triumphed in Pittsburgh — but, as Rick Sebak explains, Armstrong’s local achievements aren’t without controversy.
Smith documented subjects around the world, but, as Rick Sebak explains, he considered his photos of Pittsburgh to be a crowning achievement.
She may have been a North Sider only briefly, but Rick Sebak still counts the novelist, poet and playwright as part of the former Allegheny City’s legacy.
As the city begins to celebrate the 200th anniversary of its incorporation, Rick Sebak discovers what exactly we’re commemorating.
Rick Sebak revisits “Silence of the Lambs,” the Pittsburgh production that went on to become one of the biggest winners in Oscar history.
At the beginning of an election year, Rick Sebak flashes back to an incline ride with former President Bill Clinton and former British Prime Minister John Major.