The Station Square venue could be a good place to see a concert. It's not there yet.
The living emblem of Pittsburgh steelwork, immortalized in a Braddock statue, has been reborn with a titular space in Bloomfield.
Recent Grammy nominees Code Orange bring a working-class attitude to heavy metal.
The Star Wars series experiments with telling an origin story, with mixed results.
The careful documentary is a valuable document of the pontiff's philosophy. As a film, there are issues.
The new escape room in Pleasant Hills is a great game for newer players.
The curtain is closing this month on the historical Pittsburgh Playhouse in Oakland, but it will rise again when Point Park University this fall unveils its new theater Downtown, a space with a history of its own.
Can the sequel to the lightning-in-a-bottle superhero hit live up to its predecessor?
The latest animated import brought to local screens by GKIDS is more evidence of why moviegoers should be paying attention.
The new Melissa McCarthy movie has a charming cast, but a near-fatal flaw.
At "Gardens of Sound and Motion," Phipps offers giants, living sculptures and more oddities.
Prestigious puppeteers, paired pollo, public punk and other May attractions.
This month's best bets in the ’Burgh.
It’s never a bad idea to wrap your night around a trip to the movies. Unless you know your theaters, however, you’ll be in the dark about how to make the most of the evening. If you’re looking to stretch out your moviegoing experience, we recommend these five local spots.
Check out some of the finest stage plays, dance performances and exhibits taking place this month in Pittsburgh.