The following is a listing of the Top 10 music, book and movie releases this week.
For the first time in two years, live theatre organ music will be heard again in the Pittsburgh region when the Pittsburgh Area Theatre Organ Society presents Buster Keaton’s 1925 silent comedy classic “Seven Chances” on Saturday, Nov. 6 at 7:30 p.m.
The Greene County Historical Society and Museum is set to to celebrate the golden milestone of its annual fall harvest celebration.
Armed with what they learned from a $5 correspondence course, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield set up shop selling ice cream in a renovated gas station in Burlington, Vermont on May 5, 1978.
The Pittsburgh Opera is returning to the Benedum Center for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, with “The Magic Flute,” Mozart’s most-celebrated opera.
Carnegie Science Center's Virtual Cafe Sci will be looking at theories surrounding dark matter and how scientists search for a substance that is virtually undetectable Monday starting at 7 p.m.
Eulalia Books, a publisher of poetry-in-translation housed at St. Vincent College, has released “Another Life,” written by Daniel Lipara and translated by Robin Myers.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO) has announced that the contract of Music Director Manfred Honeck has been extended through the 2027-28 season.
Organist Gary P. Garletts will bring over four decades of experience to a free concert at Trinity United Presbyterian Church in Uniontown on Friday, Oct. 1.
In April of this year, Mount Lebanon resident Chad Hunter announced a new project called National Silent Movie Day, an annual event on Wednesday, Sept. 29 celebrating silent film history and raising awareness about the race to preserve surviving silent films.