The Pittsburgh Humanities Festival will happen virtually on every Wednesday in April.
The Senator John Heinz History Center is having its first-ever "Sensory Friendly Days" April 18-19 for individuals with autism spectrum disorders.
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NEW YORK (AP) – One of the first novels about the pandemic will be a collaborative effort, with Margaret Atwood, John Grisham and Celeste Ng among the writers.
Cyril Wecht will talk about his life and work through a virtual program sponsored by the Senator John Heinz History Center.
The Three Rivers Arts Festival is returning in 2021, though no events will be in Point State Park or Gateway Center.
A virtual discussion of the body's immune response is set for Monday. It's sponsored by the Carnegie Science Center.
The Senator John Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh has scheduled several online events in February to mark Black History Month.
The Senator John Heinz History Center will celebrate the 130th anniversary of the Women’s Press Club of Pittsburgh with a special virtual program, “Trailblazing Women in Journalism: The Legacy of Nellie Bly,” on Thursday at 7 p.m.
Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks is presenting its first winter production with “Love’s Labor’s Lost,” which will stream live for five performances Feb. 11-15.
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh and MuseumLab are offering workshops for children, youth and teens starting this month.
Terry Hazlett, a disc jockey on WJPA and former manager of Canonsburg, has authored the book "Survey Says," which looks back on the weekly radio charts of Pittsburgh pop music radio in the 1960s.