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City Theatre introduces Pay-What-You-Want for

City Theatre Company has introduced a series of Pay-What-You-Want performances throughout the 2015/16 Season. The first of these events will take place on Saturday, Oct. 17 at the 9 p.m. performance of Conor McPherson’s The... — Updated 10/12/2015

 

Wings & Wildlife art show returns to National Aviary

After a 10-year hiatus, the Wings & Wildlife Art Show, presented by Mascaro, returns to the National Aviary, bringing a carefully selected array of beautifully crafted wildlife... — Updated 10/12/2015

 

Open Mic Coffee House at S. S. Presbyterian Church

The next Open Mic Coffee House at the South Side Presbyterian Church is on Friday, Oct. 9, 7:30 – 9 p.m. People are invited to share their performing artistry, from music to poetry, dance to drama. Those who wish to perform... — Updated 10/5/2015

 

Science Center will host a free lunar eclipse skywatch event

For the upcoming Lunar Eclipse, Carnegie Science Center is inviting all astronomy fans to watch the astronomical event at a special SkyWatch program. The program, on Sunday, Sept. 27, from 8:30 – 11:30 p.m., is free to the public... — Updated 9/21/2015

 

Party with robots at the Science Center's 21+ night

Carnegie Science Center’s next 21+ Night will explore the binary world of robots – with Pittsburgh’s famous robot HERB (Home Exploring Robot Butler) – on Friday, Sept. 18, from 6-10 p.m. Event activities will include:... — Updated 9/14/2015

 

Science Center's Robots features robotics activities

Carnegie Science Center will host a celebration of robotics in connection with its new Omnimax film, ROBOTS. The Robots Celebration on Saturday, Sept. 19, from 10 am – 5 pm, will feature robotics activities and experts on the... — Updated 9/14/2015

 

Film looks at humanoid robots and how they are taking it to the next level

ROBOTS, a new giant-screen film experience from National Geographic Studios, will open at the Rangos Omnimax Theater at Carnegie Science Center on Friday, Sept. 4. The film is narrated by RoboThespian, a robot just like “Andy Roi... — Updated 8/31/2015

 

South Hills Chorale will hold auditions for singers

The South Hills Chorale, an all-volunteer, non-profit group some 75 members strong, is looking for new singers. They will be holding auditions Aug. 29 starting at 11 a.m. at Baldwin Community United Methodist Church, 5001 Baptist... — Updated 8/24/2015

 

The Boy opens tonight at the Hollywood Theatre in Dormont

The latest independent film release from Chiller Films opens at the Hollywood Theater in Dormont on August 18. The three-night exclusive engagement is the only screening in the state of Pennsylvania and is co-presented by Horror Re... — Updated 8/17/2015

 

Explore the science of beer on Friday at the 21+ Night at Carnegie Science Ctr.

An extra-special 21+ Night at Carnegie Science Center will explore the science of beer on Friday, Aug. 14, from 6–10 p.m. Visitors to the adults-only evening can use their souvenir glass commemorating the event to taste 10 beer... — Updated 8/10/2015

 

Bubblemania will blow away visitors coming to the Carnegie Science Center

Art, comedy, and science will combine in Casey Carle’s exciting show, BubbleMania, at Carnegie Science Center on Saturday, Aug. 15 and Sunday, Aug. 16. The traveling demonstration show features brilliant demonstrations on bubbles... — Updated 8/10/2015

 

City Theatre announces directing observership and revised submission policy

City Theatre has announced the launch of a formal Directing Observership program starting this fall for the 2015-16 season. Through this new initiative, City Theatre aims to support the career development of early-career talent by... — Updated 8/10/2015

 

Citiparks offering popular line dancing in city parks

Whether you are an experienced dancer or just a novice on the dance floor, step out to an area park for Citiparks’ ever-popular Summer Soul Line Dancing. Free sessions will take place before the end of summer in Highland... — Updated 8/4/2015

 

Hilltop artists wanted to join the Pittsburgh Artist Registry

The Hilltop Alliance is looking to engage visual artists who live, work and play in the 15210 neighborhoods to develop temporary public artwork in Allentown and beyond. In order to be considered for these opportunities, they are... — Updated 7/6/2015

 

Water Weekends at Carnegie Science

Carnegie Science Center will host Water Weekends every Saturday and Sunday this summer, from June 20 – Aug. 30, exploring the science of water. Water Weekends will feature special water-themed demonstrations and activities... — Updated 6/15/2015

 

City Theatre announces winners of 2015 Young Playwrights Contest

City Theatre has announced the six winners of its 2015 Young Playwrights Contest. These winning playwrights will develop their scripts in collaboration with professional theatre artists in productions on City Theatre’s Hamburg... — Updated 6/15/2015

 

Big Bird creator will be at Hollywood Theater for special screening of movie

The historic Hollywood Theater in Dormont and Horror Realm have announced a delightful visit from legendary puppeteer Caroll Spinney, made famous for bringing the characters of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch to life on “Sesame... — Updated 6/15/2015

 

Bring a snowball and name your own price at the CSC

Carnegie Science Center is celebrating the beginning of summer with Snowball Day, on Sunday, June 21. On Snowball Day, visitors who bring in saved snowballs can name their own price for general admission. The annual event brings... — Updated 6/15/2015

 

Open Mic at South Side Presbyterian

 The Open Mic Coffee House at the South Side Presbyterian Church is on Friday, June 12, 7:30 – 9 p.m. People are invited to share their performing artistry, from music to poetry, dance to drama. Artists should call ahead if... — Updated 6/8/2015

 

South Side filmmaker's newest film to premiere at film festival

South Side filmmaker Steve "Stevo" Parys' newest short film, Breakage, premiered on Saturday, June 27 at the Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival. Cast, crewed and shot entirely in... — Updated 6/1/2015

 

D-Day: Normandy 1944 tells the story of the largest Allied operation of WWII

D-Day: Normandy 1944 is now showing on Pittsburgh’s biggest screen at Carnegie Science Center’s Rangos Omnimax Theater. The film tells the story of June 6, 1944 – the largest Allied operation of World War II in Normandy,... — Updated 5/18/2015

 

City will present films highlighting diverse cultures

Mayor William Peduto’s Welcoming Pittsburgh Initiative is partnering with Citiparks to present the Spark! Film Series at this summer’s Dollar Bank Cinema in the Park. Spark! includes a lineup of films featuring stories from div... — Updated 5/11/2015

 

City Theatre announces full lineup

City Theatre Artistic Director Tracy Brigden has announced the full lineup for the 2015-2016 season, scheduled to kick-off October 10. City’s 41st season features six new works as well as one City Event special presentation. All... — Updated 5/11/2015

 

Poetry reading slated for South Side Coffee House

Stuart Sheppard will be introduced at The Coffee House at the South Side Presbyterian Church on Friday, May 15, from 7:30 – 9 p.m. The evening also features poets Ziggy Edwards and Barry Govenor, in conjunction with the... — Updated 5/11/2015

 

South Side Double MirrorArt Crawl slated for Marathon weekend

The South Side Double Mirror Art Crawl on Saturday, May 2 will recognize and celebrate the artistic community on South Side with local artists and musicians featured at selected venues. A daytime event from 2-10 p.m., the South... — Updated 4/20/2015

 

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