After noting how much fabric ends up in landfills, Pittsburgh designer Kelly Simpson-Scupelli found a way to incorporate the unused scraps into her fashion line.
The prehistoric drama is here to answer a question no one asked about the world's first-ever dog.
The light romcom is made for pleasing audiences — and in that respect, it succeeds.
The South Side stalwart punches above its weight thanks to good beer and gigantic sandwiches.
The new driving-range game is way over the top, but the game it's offering is fun and they'll ensure you have a good time.
The big, dumb shark flick will keep your attention, but don't think about it for more than a moment.
Spike Lee's captivating new film is an unusual, but almost essential, work of cinema.
Disney's oddly somber visit to the Hundred Acre Wood isn't what you might expect.
Imported improv, indie imbibing and other August attractions.
The touching, resonant teen drama features an Oscar-worthy star turn from its young lead.
This month's best bets in the 'Burgh.
This month's lineup includes Rod Stewart, The Avett Brothers, Father John Misty and Black Moth Super Rainbow.
Check out some of the finest stage plays, dance performances and exhibits taking place this month in Pittsburgh.
The sixth film in the Tom Cruise franchise doesn't change the formula, but it offers its share of thrills.
The animated superhero flick is a surprisingly enjoyable riff on the genre.