During a Wednesday morning hearing, attorneys for the receiver that approved a plan to build a hotel on top of the August Wilson Center argued that the plan is still viable.
Broadway’s biggest stars will shine this weekend at the Tony Award.
The Three Rivers Arts Festival has returned!
What do Pittsburgh, the Everglades, Nantucket and the Black Hills of South Dakota have in common? All of them are on the Travel Channel’s new list of best vacation destinations for 2014.
The Warhol Museum is one place in Pittsburgh where you can take a real “walk on the wild side.”
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust President Kevin McMahon cuts the ribbon, and Pittsburgh’s 28th International Children’s Festival is underway.
Invited members of the community listened in this morning as financial advisors, lawyers and a planning group talked about the next steps in the buying process of the August Wilson Center.
Gray skies are reflected in the glass, steel prow and sail of the August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
Pittsburgh’s New Year’s Eve celebration is underway downtown.
We’re getting deep into the season of stress and anxiety.
The August Wilson Cultural Arts Center is seeking funding from various sources to keep its doors open.
“I’m just going to weave these cards together and if you watch the ink, it says KD Country four times on the deck of cards.”
The 27th Annual Pittsburgh International Children’s Festival kicked off today.
Rob Pratte is an opera connoisseur, and he was joined by Yvonne Hudson and Mildred Miller Posvar Sunday morning.
In The CW’s new drama series “The Carrie Diaries,” Anna Sophia Robb stars as Carrie Bradshaw, a wide-eyed 16-year-old who, after the death of her mother, finds herself navigating through the ups and downs of high school life with a close-knit group of friends in suburban Connecticut, along with her new glamorous life in Manhattan.