Enjoy previews of Three Rivers Arts Festival visual arts exhibitions.
There’s a bait and tackle shop coming together on Penn Avenue – have you seen it?
During Three Rivers Arts Festival, the Harris will screen tons of free films. Get an insiders perspective with two students screening shorts this year.
Pittsburgh Rocks! Battle of the Bands’ 12 finalists have been selected. Now its up to you to decide who really rocks.
COL and KRUNK, two dynamic youth groups from the ‘Burgh are about more than just music.
Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Roberto Sifuentes use their bodies to explore notions of globalization, identity, colonialism, race and gender.
This year’s Three Rivers Arts Festival has memorable headliners and openers. You know about the headliners – here are the openers.
On June 5 Three Rivers Arts Festival begins its 50th run in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh.
One of the last, great reggae institutions, the Wailers have sold in excess of 250 million albums worldwide since forming in 1969 with Bob Marley. Outside their groundbreaking work with Marley, they’ve played such notable artists as Sting, the Fugees, Stevie Wonder and Carlos Santana. The present Wailers revolve around the last original band member, Aston “Family Man” Barrett (bass), and lead singer Elan Atias, who together represent both the Wailers’ historic legacy and fresh excitement.
While still in her 20s, Shemekia Copeland has opened for the Rolling Stones, headlined at the Chicago Blues Festival, received a Grammy nomination and scored critics choice awards on both sides of the Atlantic. Guess where she’s stopping next.