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Pittsburgh doctor and author releases new novel about the heartbreaking opioid epidemic in Southwestern PA

Dr. Steven L. Orebaugh, a doctor of anesthesiology at UPMC, has released "The Stairs on Billy Buck Hill," his second novel, through Milford House. "The Stairs on Billy Buck Hill,"... — Updated 12/6/2022


Science Center opens Mars exhibition

Carnegie Science Center has unveiled Mars: The Next Giant Leap, the most ambitious new experience built since the museum's inception in 1991. The exhibition opened on Sat., Nov.... — Updated 11/22/2022


North, South Park ice rinks open

North Park and South Park ice rinks have opened for the 2022-23 season on Sunday, Nov. 20. The season will kick off with two public skate session times – 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.... — Updated 11/22/2022


Harmony Singers present holiday concert

The Harmony Singers of Pittsburgh will present a holiday concert, "Sing of a Merry Christmas," under the direction of Cynthia G. Pratt on Friday, Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at Brightwood... — Updated 11/15/2022


Pittsburgh artists "Band Together" for benefit Christmas album release

The first-ever, "A Very Yinzer Christmas," featuring tracks by more than 25 Pittsburgh music icons will be released worldwide on November 18 on Pittsburgh-based MTS Records. The... — Updated 11/8/2022


New exhibition at Brew House tackles anti-fat bias

On November 17, Brew House Association Gallery celebrates the opening of 'Soma Grossa,' a new exhibition curated by Anna Mirzayan. The exhibition seeks to confront anti-fat bias,... — Updated 11/3/2022


City Theatre to stage 'The Wanders'

City Theatre has announced the second production of its 2022/2023 season, Anna Ziegler's The Wanderers directed by Colette Robert, will run from November 26 to December 18 on the... — Updated 11/1/2022


50 Years Later: Sports Museum kicks off campaign to honor Immaculate Reception anniversary

The Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, part of the Senator John Heinz History Center’s family of museums, has unveiled a special campaign to commemorate the Immaculate Reception – the greatest play in NFL history – to mark... — Updated 10/25/2022


History Center to host "History's Mysteries: The Allegheny Arsenal Explosion"

On Halloween weekend, the Senator John Heinz History Center – the Smithsonian’s home in Pittsburgh – will host a book talk, “History’s Mysteries: The Allegheny Arsenal Explosion,” with History Center President and CEO... — Updated 10/25/2022


Science Center to show Night of the Living Dead

The Rangos Giant Cinema at Carnegie Science Center is hosting two showings of Night of the Living Dead (1968) on Friday, Oct. 28 and Saturday, Oct. 29 at 5:30 p.m. Night of the... — Updated 10/12/2022


City Theatre kicks off season with Clyde's

City Theatre has announced the first production of their 2022/2023 season, Lynn Nottage's Clyde's directed by Monteze Freeland. This Tony-nominated production runs through October... — Updated 9/27/2022


Night of the Living Dead chapel model added to Minature Railroad & Village

The Miniature Railroad & Village® is open through the end of the year and Carnegie Science Center officials unveiled a new model: the chapel featured in the 1968 film Night... — Updated 9/27/2022


Science Center to screen 'Behind the Stage Door'

Gravitas Ventures and Canted Frame Post Productions have announced the national and worldwide release of Behind the Stage Door, a promoter’s life behind the scenes from long time Pittsburgh concert promoter Rich Engler. The... — Updated 9/16/2022


Sports Museum to host Pittsburgh premiere of "Bruno Sammartino" Film

The Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum – part of the Senator John Heinz History Center's family of museums – will host the Pittsburgh premiere screening of the film "Bruno... — Updated 9/16/2022


a.k. payne named as recipient of the Kemp Powers Commission Fund for Black Playwrights at City Theatre

City Theatre has announced the second artist selected for support for the Kemp Powers Commission Fund for Black Playwrights. The fund is made possible through the generous support o... — Updated 9/16/2022


The Bash at City Theatre returns to South Side on Saturday, Sept. 10

City Theatre Company has announced the return of its annual fundraiser, The Bash. On Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022, co-Chairs Tacy Byham, Mary McKinney Flaherty and Mark Flaherty, and... — Updated 8/23/2022


Harmony Singers seek new members

The Harmony Singers of Pittsburgh, a South Hills Choral group, will launch its 2022-2023 season on Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. with an open house for returning and prospective... — Updated 8/23/2022


Science Center hosting 18+ Art and Science night

Adults ages 18 and over are invited to have fun with their friends while exploring the collision of art and science on Friday, July 29 for 18+ Night: Colorful Collision. From 6–10 p.m., visitors can meet local artists from the... — Updated 7/19/2022


History Center series explores psychological benefits of sharing family history

The Senator John Heinz History Center – the Smithsonian’s home in Pittsburgh – will launch the first installment of a new public program series with “The Story of Our Lives: Why Tell Family Stories?” on Wednesday,... — Updated 7/19/2022


Momentum Festival of New Plays features three works-in-progress

After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, City Theatre has announced the return of the Momentum New Play Festival (Momentum '22). To be held in-person on its South Side campus... — Updated 5/9/2022


New 18+ Night at Science Center examines last days in Pompeii

Adults ages 18 and over are invited to have fun with their friends while experiencing the science behind volcanic eruptions on Friday, April 22 for 18+ Night: Last Night in Pompeii. Guests will experience Pompeii: The Exhibition... — Updated 4/19/2022


Co-World Premiere of The Garbologists closes City Theatre's Season

City Theatre's final production of its 2021/2022 season is Lindsay Joelle's The Garbologists, directed by Monteze Freeland. A co-world premiere with Philadelphia Theatre... — Updated 4/19/2022


Native South Sider will release her debut novel at South Side Library

South Side native Kathy Kasunich is releasing her eagerly anticipated novel, Always Remembering. The publication of Ms. Kasunich's fictional romance set in South Side during WWII... — Updated 4/7/2022


History Center to host Vintage Pittsburgh Retro Fair on April 2

The Senator John Heinz History Center will host its eighth annual Vintage Pittsburgh retro fair in partnership with The Neighborhood Flea on Saturday, April 2, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event returns to the Smithsonian’s... — Updated 3/24/2022


Harmony Singers seeking new members

Come to Brightwood Church, 5044 West Library Road in Bethel Park and sing with the Harmony Singers of Pittsburgh, a little bit of Broadway in Bethel Park. New members are welcome... — Updated 3/22/2022


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