Jamie Lee Curtis is worth your attention in a film that is otherwise a mixed bag.
Big Bowie, beautiful ballet and more February happenings.
With another snow storm in the forecast for Pittsburgh, city residents might be wondering why they can’t track their plows this winter.
Look for an intimate, omakase-only counter on the floor between Round Corner Cantina and Umami this spring.
This three-bedroom end unit is walking distance to Allegheny General Hospital, the Children's Museum, National Aviary, Mattress Factory and just a few minutes to the North Shore.
Live-action, family adventure is a rarity at the modern multiplex. Fortunately, this one's pretty good.
Pittsburgh Magazine film critic Sean Collier has reviewed seven of the eight films nominated for Best Picture at the 2019 Academy Awards. Below, a look back at Sean's reviews of those seven movies — plus, to make up for the oversight, one more that should've received a nod.
Some couples choose a random date for their wedding, but others choose something with a lot of meaning behind it.
Built five years after the end of the Civil War, the Monongahela Incline is now a tourist attraction. It also continues to fulfill its original intention, to ferry Pittsburghers up and down Mount Washington.
The “Restored by the Fords” designer’s signature lighting line is set to hit shelves in February.
PM Associate Editor and dining critic Hal B. Klein appeared on KDKA's Pittsburgh Today Live to discuss his new sandwich obsession, the Turkey Devonshire, and how it ended up on our February cover.
Aside from a Steelers loss, nothing seems to fire up Pittsburghers more than a blown weather forecast.
Enjoying memories is fun – but a far cry from pining for the past.
A Pittsburgh television reporter learns to embrace the imperfection that comes with being a working mom.
IFC Midnight's collegiate terror tale is mostly for genre fans, but it lands a few decent punches.
Head coach Jeff Capel is restoring respectability and re-establishing the relationship between Pitt’s students and Pitt’s student athletes.
A skeptical novice takes in the troupe's "Corteo" production and is stunned at his own delight.
Boatwright works to connect everyone who needs it with mental health support.
The once-famous sandwich originated here but now is largely forgotten. We dive into its history and argue that it's time for a revival.
Six Pittsburghers share their struggles and hopes for the region’s public transit system.