The Brian Wilson Band performing at Denmark's Roskilde Festival in 2005. photo: Pardy and Wikipedia.
(L. to R.) Moira Quigley, Karla Boos, and Julia de Avilez Rocha all grace the stage in Quantum Theatre's production of Anton Chekhov's 'The Cherry Orchard.' (Photographer: Jason Snyder.)
Mlle. Le Forest is shocked, shocked at the mischief bedeviling master Molière and Armande, his dear wife. Kinetic actors for 'The Illustrious Invalid' are (L to R) Derdriu Ring, playwright Simon Bradbury, and Joanna Strapp.
The cast of 'Two Trains Running,' (l. to r.): Hambone (Ananias J Dixon), West (Wali Jamal), Memphis (Brian D. Coats), Sterling (standing, Brenden Peifer), Wolf (Brian Starks), Risa (Melessie Clark), and Holloway (Justin Emeka).
July 2022 Concert Guide: Brian Wilson, Roger Waters, Willie Nelson, Maren Morris, Jimmy Buffett, Shawn Mendes, and Santana
July 2022 Concert Guide: Brian Wilson, Roger Waters, Willie Nelson, Maren Morris, Jimmy Buffett, Shawn Mendes, and Santana

This July may very well be one of the best concert months in a good while.  

July 2022 Theater Guide: ‘The Cherry Orchard,’ ‘Kinky Boots,’ ‘Godspell,’ Tennessee Williams, and Arthur Miller
July 2022 Theater Guide: ‘The Cherry Orchard,’ ‘Kinky Boots,’ ‘Godspell,’ Tennessee Williams, and Arthur Miller

Classic plays, touring musicals, and summer stock are the main offerings this month.  

‘Elvis’ Rocks, but Rolls Over Messy Story
‘Elvis’ Rocks, but Rolls Over Messy Story

Writer-director Baz Luhrmann creates another big spectacle with a bio-pic about Elvis Presley.  

Dead Man Walking, But He’s a Live Wire: Kinetic’s ‘Invalid’
Dead Man Walking, But He’s a Live Wire: Kinetic’s ‘Invalid’

Pittsburgh gets read the riot act in the world premiere of a wild comedy about Molière.  

Catch The Public’s ‘Two Trains Running’ to August Wilson’s 1968 Pittsburgh
Catch The Public’s ‘Two Trains Running’ to August Wilson’s 1968 Pittsburgh

'Two Trains Running' demonstrates August Wilson's mastery of dialogue.  

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Driven PGH's pizzas: red top (l.), pepperoni (ctr.), The Traci (r.) and an order of fried ravioli and vodka sauce.

‘Driven’ to Make the Best Pizza

Jake Stewart utilizes his experience, top ingredients, and scratch cooking to create high quality Detroit-style pizza.
There will be many beers, and spirits, to sample at Pour at the Park in North Park. (photo: Gina Vensel)

Pour at the Park Fundraiser for Allegheny County Parks at North Park

This grand tasting at North Park is for the benefit of Allegheny County Parks.  
Looking at you, kid: Jean-Michel Basquiat, in a portrait by Andy Warhol, circa 1982. (Image © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts)

Prince of Pop Meets Street-Art Phenom: ‘Warhol and Basquiat’ at The Warhol

Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol, born more than a generation apart, generated some fascinating art together.  

‘Elvis’ Rocks, but Rolls Over Messy Story

Writer-director Baz Luhrmann creates another big spectacle with a bio-pic about Elvis Presley.  
Jeep owners can register to have some big boulder fun on the Bantam Jeep Festival obstacle course.

Summer Guide (Early-to-Mid Season) 2022

Summer 2022 is shaping up to be another hot summer of fun.  
The downstream view of Laurel Hill Creek from the bridge.

Laurel Hill State Park: Old Growth Hemlocks and Mountain Streams Highlight Hike

Laurel Hill offers a variety of hikes and other recreational activities.