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Mac Miller performing at Governors Ball 2011. photo: LG Rocket and Wikipedia.

September Concert Preview: A Motown Legend, Twangers, Swedish Groups, and a Rapper from the ‘Burgh

Not a lot of major musical acts this month, but still plenty of high-quality bands and performers.

featuring Aubrey Plaza (second from right).|Comic Todd Glass

Comedy Festival Returns to Prove Pittsburgh is Funny

The Pittsburgh Comedy Festival is back for a second year, with than 30 acts over three days of stand-up, improv and workshops.

Dave Grohl

August Concert Preview: Succulent Sounds Ripe for the Picking

Squeeze out every last bit of juice from the 2015 summer concert season.

collection of Sheryl and Bruce Wolf.|"The Mill at Millvale on the PRR" by William Gillespie Armor (American

Hills, Mills, Bridges, and Chimneys: A Glimpse into Pittsburgh’s Past

An exhibition of Pittsburgh landscapes at The Frick Art Museum offers a glimpse into the city’s industrial past.

Van Halen live in concert. photo: Ghostrider.

July Music Preview: Festivals and Fun

Pittsburgh concerts this month have all the basic elements: rock, metal, country, soul, and pop.

Vocalist Matt Bishop leans into the microphone on stage with Hey Marseilles.|Hey Marseilles fans line up in front of the Dollar Bank Stage.|Seattle band Hey Marseilles brought their cinematic sound to the Three Rivers Arts Festival.|Hey Marseilles played as twilight fell on the Three Rivers Arts Festival Dollar Bank Stage. Photo: Heather McCracken

Hey Marseilles Play Cinematic Sunset Show

Seattle band Hey Marseilles brought an orchestral feel to their twilight show at the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival.

2006. Photo courtesy of Severino.|The Rolling Stones core group (Mick Jagger

June Music Preview: A Cornucopia of Sounds

A numerous amount of concerts promises to make June a very pleasant month.


Hotel Offers One Night of Disco Heaven

A Pittsburgh Hotel is recreating a nightclub closed for than 30 years for one night of disco Heaven.

you've just got to sing it.|Carey Van Driest as Helena and Randy Redd as Bob indulge in a weekend of escapism in "Midsummer."|Redd and Van Driest deliver convincing performances in demanding roles.

‘Midsummer’: A Booze-Fueled Caper with Songs, Silliness, and Plenty of Heart

City Theatre’s new play is a ride through the wild side of midlife crisis.

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May Music Preview: A Nice Spring Mix

The concert scene is starting to build in advance of summer.

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