Andrew McCutchen to Present at AMA Awards on Sunday Night
From MVP to VIP, Cutch is doing it in style.
Photo by Natalie Morris
He’s already a rock star in this city, but get ready to watch National League MVP Andrew McCutchen hobnob with Miley Cyrus and Rihanna Sunday night. Dick Clark Productions recently announced that McCutchen will present at the American Music Awards this weekend. McCutchen will join Taylor Swift, Heidi Klum, Jeremy Renner and other celebs presenting this year’s best musicians with their trophies.
McCutchen himself was pretty excited, as he posted on Twitter.
Tune in at 8 p.m. Sunday on ABC.
Don’t miss our fashion shoot with Cutch from last December
#Spotted: Jimmy Fallon can’t get enough Primanti Bros.
We hear Jimmy Fallon couldn't leave Pittsburgh without a Primanti Bros. sandwich. We don't blame him.
During the late-night host’s surprise appearance, he stopped by the flagship Primanti’s location for a fry-loaded sandwich — and a photo with legendary employee Toni Haggerty.
Fallon also stopped in the WPXI-TV studio to talk about his life as a dad and host — and to read thank-you notes on air.
#History: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 23, 1963
#Flicks: Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies? Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies!
The ScareHouse is closed for the season, and even your laziest neighbors have removed the pumpkins from their stoops. While Halloween must give way, reluctantly, to the holiday season, this is Pittsburgh — so we’ll take our zombies year-round.
Two locally tied zombie flicks will receive local premieres this weekend. Dead Life 2: Necrodevils is a gritty, low-budget brawler; the cast includes veteran local actor David Crawford, who appeared in the original Dawn of the Dead. The flick gets a 21-and-over debut at the Rex Theater Saturday night; catch the trailer here. And tonight in Uniontown, it’s an idea we wish we had first: Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies. The cast includes “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, Matt Hardy and two famous ’Burgh brawlers: Kurt Angle and “The Franchise” Shane Douglas.
What’s going on this weekend?
The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is once again teaming up with Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens for Poinsettias and Pointe Shoes, a festive family-friendly function. — Friday, 6 p.m.
Don’t miss composer Danny Elfman’s music from the films of Tim Burton with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Live at Heinz Hall. — Saturday, 8 p.m.