Sunday, July 5, 2020

Movie Mondays: Pittsburgh Japanese Film Festival with Row House Cinema

Returning for its second year, Row House Cinema is working alongside Tekko, the Pittsburgh Japanese Culture Society, and the Japan-America Society of Pennsylvania to...

Movie Mondays: “Donnie Darko” and “1984” At The Hollywood

The Hollywood Theater is known for its one-night events and limited showings. From anime films to The Rocky Horror Picture Show, nothing is shown...

Movie Mondays: “Wilson” and “Personal Shopper” with the Pittsburgh Filmmakers

When we last covered the Harris Theater, it was showing I Am Not Your Negro, featuring narration by Samuel L. Jackson. Since then, the...

Movie Mondays: “Sound of Music” and “Omega Man” at The Oaks

After renovations beginning in August 2014, The Oaks theater in Oakmont transformed from a single-screen movie house to a live venue, independent cinema,...

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre having a Historic Collaboration with Dance Theatre of Harlem

Rightfully or not, the world of ballet has been thought of as a closed-off space to diversity. However, Terrence Orr, the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s...

Movie Mondays: Denzel Washington at Row House Cinema

As the newest independent film house in the Pittsburgh area, Row House Cinema has proven itself to be a unique movie experience. Each week,...

Movie Mondays: “The Red Turtle” at Regent Square

Since opening in 1938, Regent Square Theater has been a hub for culture and film in the Regent Square district. This single-screen theater...

Flashback to The Future: The Byham House

Achieving the perfect arabesque or brisé is hard enough. Doing it far away from home is even harder. For full-time pre-professional dancers at the...

Movie Mondays- “I Am Not Your Negro” at Harris Theater

Once, this theater on Liberty Avenue was known as the Art Cinema. Now, Pittsburgh knows it as the Harris Theater, one of the many...

Black Bottom Film Festival Will Help You Possess The Power of The Glow.

On February 24th, the Black Bottom Film Festival will make its maiden voyage at The August Wilson Center. The festival highlights the contributions of...

Soup is good food, and my rainy day, cold weather obsession

When it gets cold, I think soup! It becomes a bit of an obsession. When roving around the city and suburbs I start to...

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