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The 400-Word Review: The Old Man and the Gun

Robert Redford's alleged final performance is a quiet, fitting farewell.

Joey's P.A.W. Provides Prosthetics and Wheels for Dogs

Finding a dog on the side of the road in South Carolina changed the lives of this Pittsburgh couple.

House of 1000 Beers Is Not Exaggerating

There are actually more than 1,000 different varieties of beer available at the pleasant Warrendale bar and restaurant.

The 400-Word Review: Halloween

Forty years later, a new "Halloween" resets most of the franchise and returns to form.

Perspectives: Making Space

A playground trip causes Amy Whipple, whose son has extra needs, to reflect on how simple — and charitable — it can be to make space for someone else.

The 400-Word Review: First Man

"First Man" manages to capture the awe that landing on the moon should — and all but guarantees Ryan Gosling an Oscar nomination.

Phantom Fright Nights is Creepy, Essential Kennywood

The Halloween attraction turns the playful park sinister in delightful ways.

The 400-Word Review: A Star is Born

The high-profile remake is a good, old-fashioned movie musical with a lot to offer.

The 400-Word Review: Venom

The comic-book villain's solo outing is a big, goofy mess.

What Lurks in the ScareHouse Basement?

Venturing into the popular haunt's extreme, underground attraction.

Thiel College’s Classical Music Series Hosts a Top Performer

Alexander Gavrylyuk, an Australian pianist, is one of the biggest stars the series has hosted.

Not Far from Pittsburgh – Where Hip Meets Historic Every Day

Looking for a day trip or weekend getaway? The city of Frederick, Maryland is surrounded by mountain views, wineries, orchards and vibrant Main Street communities.

See a Heartwarming Documentary This Weekend

Worthy new docs "Pick Of the Litter" and "Science Fair" are making their local premieres. Both are worth your time.

The Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in October

This month's best bets in the 'Burgh.

Alumni Theater Company Creates an Artistic Fellowship in More Ways Than One

The all African-American theater company is celebrating 10 years and 50 performances with a new, permanent home, a new fellowship program and even more original work.
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