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A song and dance scene from 'In the Heights' performed by Philadelphia's Walnut Street Theatre company. The Pittsburgh CLO is staging the musical here this month. photo: Pittsburgh CLO.

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘In the Heights’ Opens at CLO; Pgh Festival Opera Staging ‘Sweeney Todd’ (Fri., 7/7/17)

‘In the Heights,’ ‘Sweeney Todd,’ Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn, Cultural District Gallery Crawl, JD Eicher at The Frick

‘The Christians’ at Kinetic Theatre; Summer Fridays at The Frick w/The Coteries (Fri., 6/23/17)

‘The Christians,’ Summer Fridays at The Frick, Good Fridays at The Warhol

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‘The Frick Collects’: Stories Behind the Stories Behind the Art

The current exhibit at the Frick Art Museum takes you to other worlds and tells stories within stories.

woman-as-parade-float style that will soon become as obsolete as the horse-drawn carriage receding in the distance.|The state-of-the-art gentleman stays high and dry: Lartigue's brother Maurice

Life on the Edge, in Flashback: Lartigue’s Photos at The Frick

The Jacques Henri Lartigue show at Pittsburgh’s Frick Art Museum has pictures of a world evolving from steampunk to sleek.

Carolina Chocolate Drops Sweeten Carnegie Library Music Hall; ‘American Odyssey’ Displayed at Frick (CPs Sun., 4/6/2014)

1) Music constantly evolves, but sometimes it’s nice to get back to the days before autotune and dubstep. That’s exactly what the Carolina Chocolate Drops accomplish with their folksy-meets-country sound. Making a stop locally at the Carnegie Library Music Hall of Homestead, the string quartet focuses on rich harmonies and soulful vocals done the way Southerners seem to…

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