Sunday is Mother’s Day, a day when we salute our mothers and the sacrifices they have made for us. But, few people have a Mother’s Day story to tell like professional wrestling great Bruno Sammartino, who was born in Italy, but for all of his adult life, has made his home in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh was the latest stop in a national, 10-city tour for the screening of a film called “That Which I Love Destroys Me.”
In a documentary premiering in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, the safety of the products you use for just about everything from washing your hair to cleaning your countertops are questioned.
The first clip of the Amy Winehouse documentary has been revealed and shows the late singer talking about her relationship with music.
Abby Warhola and her fiancé, Jesse Best, are determined to show a side of Andy Warhol that’s never been shown before in a new documentary told from the family’s perspective.
A new episode of the NFL documentary show “State of Play” will feature Mike Tomlin’s wife, Kiya.
This past winter, actors and crew at Point Park University worked on films backed by Hollywood producer Chris Moore.
A huge Hollywood star is back home in Pittsburgh.
Mount Lebanon native Joe Manganiello is screening a new documentary here in Pittsburgh tonight. The actor who starred in “True Blood” and “Magic Mike” and his brother made the documentary about “LaBare Dallas.” “LaBare Dallas” […]
Margaret Schlass of Marshall is one of six young farmers, and the only woman, profiled in a new documentary called “Farmland.”
Mike Dudurich previewed an upcoming three part special about Arnold Palmer on the Golf Channel with Associate Producer Mason Seay on The Fan Golf Show.
Clairton Police Officer James Kuzak is holding out hope that someday he’ll be able to stand up and get out of his wheelchair.
The State Department has updated its warning, urging U.S. citizens to avoid all travel to Crimea and eastern regions of Ukraine.
On April 5 ‘Heroes Behind the Badge – Survival & Sacrifice’ premieres at the Hyundai West Club Lounge at Heinz Field. Doors open at 6pm, and the documentary begins at 7pm. The documentary features injured Clariton police officer, James Kuzak.
Dottie Sandusky, wife of Jerry Sandusky convicted of 42 counts of child abuse, shared some thoughts about her husband with former talk show host and documentarian John Ziegler.