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'Perks of Being a Wallflower' and 'Won't Back Down' are loaded with iconic Pittsburgh scenes.
Censorship is alive and well, as highlighted by Banned Books Week—and you might be surprised by whom the most vocal challengers of books are.
Food Network chef to visit Wexford and Bethel Park stores.
Taylor Ackerman reveals what it was like dancing for the MTV Video Music Awards.
Arts, Local Connections
The Pine-Richland resident plays Robert Redford's daughter in 'The Company You Keep'.
Business, Sports, Arts, Local Connections
The Oscar-nominated director of “Moneyball” will be at Canon-McMillan High School casting a movie about Olympic gold-medalist wrestlers Dave and Mark Schultz—and real wrestlers are needed!
Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Born with a rare syndrome that causes facial abnormalities, Nick Wiese is dedicated to educating others about his condition.
Volunteers in the News, Arts
The South Park haunted house attracts residents from all over the Pittsburgh area.
Arts, Local Connections, Awareness
The Pittsburgh area's museums, galleries, parks and other cultural venues are offering free admission on specific days between Sept. 20 and Oct. 13.
'Songs From the Silver Screen' will be released Oct. 2.
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