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Billy Strayhorn Wasn't Born Here, but that Doesn't Matter

A look back at the the Pittsburgh journey of jazz great Billy Strayhorn.

Your 2018 Oscar Viewing Guide

Breaking down what you need to see (and what you can probably skip) to get ready for the 90th Academy Awards.

The Original Score from “Jaws” on Vinyl? Yeah, We Got That

Vinyl Remains in Dormont is not interested in offering an endless variety of records, but what you will discover are rarities, classics and hard-to-find curiosities.

The Battle of The Hollywood

Dormont's historic Hollywood Theater faces an uncertain future after news of a potential sale prompted an immediate public furor.

Phantom Thread Is, Somehow, Both Unpleasant and Lovely

Reviews of "Phantom Thread," "Call Me By Your Name," "Den of Thieves" and new animated releases, plus local movie news and notes.

How to Pamper Yourself in Pittsburgh

Looking to beat the winter doldrums? We round up the best places and experiences for a little personal indulgence.

The Post is Quite Good, I, Tonya is Even Better

Reviews of "The Post," "I, Tonya" and "The Commuter," plus local movie news and notes.

Tequila Cowboy: Fine For Some, Apparently a Bad Idea for Others

The bar, which hosted a bizarre incident involving a top Steelers coach, is fine enough for the post-collegiate set.

Documentary Week at Row House Brings Fresh, Invigorating Films

Reviews of "Rat Film" and "Big Sonia," plus local movie news and notes.

Five Essential January Events in Pittsburgh

Country crooners, unsung pop icons, on-ice acrobatics and more winter warmers.

The Top 10 Films of 2017

PM film critic Sean Collier counts down the 10 best films of 2017.

There's a Bunch of New Movies Out This Weekend (Some Are Even Good)

Reviews of "The Shape of Water," "The Greatest Showman," "Pitch Perfect 3," "Darkest Hour," "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" and "Downsizing."

What's It Like to Be an Immigrant in Pittsburgh?

Five photographers reflect on those yearning to breathe free in a moving visual journey at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art.

Top 10 Things to Do in January in Pittsburgh

This month's best bets in the 'Burgh.

Pittsburgh's Can't Miss Concerts in January

This month's lineup includes St. Vincent, Jason Isbell and the Mendelssohn Choir Performs Bob Dylan.
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