The Batmobile is coming back to Pittsburgh. Actually six of them, dating back to Adam West and the Batman TV series to the current Bat-Pod featured in the “Dark Knight” trilogy, will be on display outside Heinz Field this weekend.
The Batmobile is coming back to Pittsburgh.
A black Lamborghini, transformed into a Batmobile, pulls up to the front of Children’s Hospital. The Caped Crusader who emerges is actually Baltimore businessman Lenny Robinson. His costume and his manner bring smiles to hospitalized youngsters nationwide.
“The Dark Knight Rises” has finally fallen out of first-place at the weekend box office.
Persons who only make our nation’s bad times worse by spewing ill-timed hate and prejudice ought to keep their microphones turned off.
President Barack Obama arrived in Colorado where he’ll meet with families of the victims from Friday’s movie theater mass shooting. Sunday service at Aurora’s Colorado Community Church was solely dedicated to the shooting massacre that has shaken the nation.
There are new details emerging in the movie theater mass shooting in Colorado. Authorities are making progress in their investigation into the shooting that left at least 12 people dead.
In a post-9/11 America, heightened security is the new normal, and metal detectors and checkpoints are commonplace in government buildings like the Allegheny County Courthouse. But questions arise in the wake of the Aurora, Colo., tragedy – should their use be expanded to all public places or does security have it limits?
The tragedy in Colorado puts a cloud over Pittsburgh’s debut in “The Dark Knight Rises.” But could there be a long term effect? This was supposed to be the day for Pittsburgh to shine on big screens all over the world. But that was before Aurora.
People everywhere are reacting to the news of the deadly Friday morning movie theater shooting in Colorado, especially people who planned to see “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Steelers running back Baron Batch joined The Fan Morning Show Friday morning.
Just like the Dark Knight, Batmania is rising across the country. And because parts of “The Dark Knight Rises” were shot locally, Pittsburgh is extra excited about the opening of the film.
During the filming of “The Dark Knight Rises” in Pittsburgh last year, a call went out for military veterans and martial arts specialists. They were needed to play the roles of villain Bane’s elite corps of mercenaries.
KDKA-AM’s John Shumway sent our radio interns to an early screening of “The Dark Knight Rises.” What did they think?
KDKA-AM’s John Shumway talks to a comic book expert and a political analyst about the controversy over Bane the villain and Bain Capital.
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