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Best of Culture: April

As spring blossoms, so, too, does our rich arts scene, with its many dance performances, theatrical productions, exhibits and readings.

Phoenix Rising

Seasoned theater vets Andrew S. Paul and Mark Clayton Southers team up to give Pittsburgh a new kind of theater via The Phoenix.

Top 10

The best things to do in Pittsburgh in April.

How CMU's School of Drama Keeps Launching Stars

As it celebrates its 100th anniversary, Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama — which performs “The Wild Party” and “The Glass Menagerie” this month — remains at the forefront of the theatrical.

The Beat: All That Jazz

Listen to the smooth sounds at Familylink's Just Jazz II benefit.

City Guide

How to Become an iPhone Photography Pro

Smartphone technology is enabling photographers to discover and illuminate hidden pieces of Pittsburgh.

7 Things You Might Not Know About Pittsburgh

Strap on an Indiana Jones fedora and journey through the mysteries of the past with PittGirl.

Buzzworthy

Best of the ’Burgh 2013

Best of the ’Burgh 2013

From vegan shakes to popup block parties to foodie classes, here are 40 of our favorite Pittsburgh things.
52 Great Weekend Getaways

52 Great Weekend Getaways

Whether you're a rock climber, arts lover or foodie, we've got a destination for you.
50 Fun Things You Must Do Right Now

50 Fun Things You Must Do Right Now

Have some great adventures with your friends, family, sweetie or just by yourself.

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After Dark

Bar Exam: The Independent Brewing Co.

Bar Exam: The Independent Brewing Co.

Beer nerds of Pittsburgh, rejoice: IBC (no, not the root beer) is here.

PMWeekend

Go Back in Time at The Oaks Theater

Stop in tonight for a screening of "Dirty Dancing," and cross your fingers that the cinema will show another '80s flick at some point.

Archive » Culture + Entertainment

You Should Know: Jackie Evancho

This 13-year-old with four albums, national tours and television and film appearances on her resume has a big future — and a big heart.

Tulle, Chiffon & Magic

For four decades, Janet Campbell Groom has kept the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's dancers garbed and ready for beautiful movement.

Quintessentially Qualters

Pittsburgh artist Robert Qualters has been inspired by the visual richness of our region and has recorded and interpreted it with a unique style. Now, at age 80, his legacy is being celebrated — and he has no plans to lay down the paintbrush.

Q+A: '2 Broke Girls' Producer Tim Kaiser

Emmy-winning producer Tim Kaiser loves his hometown so much that he commutes regularly between Pittsburgh and Los Angeles.

Small-Screen Pioneer

Born with severe deformities, North Side native Norbert Nathanson becomes one of television’s early frontrunners.

New Year’s, Pittsburgh Style

Five of our of favorite locals share their most memorable New Year’s Eve.

The Way We Were

Take a look at 150 years of Pittsburgh history, as curated by four notable locals with a deep passion for the city's past.

The Girl with a Smile

Sarah Marince, the face and voice of Eat’n Park’s jingles, is an aspiring country singer whose songs have hit the charts.

The King of Pop Makes a Royal Visit

You'll never guess what had to be installed in Michael Jackson’s hotel when he visited Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh’s Big-Screen Rebirth

'The Fault in Our Stars' brings Hollywood back to Pittsburgh after an extended break.

Hit the Street: Market Square

During the December holidays, you don’t have to stray far from Market Square for a perfect Pittsburgh evening.

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Pittsburgh's Holiday Lights

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