Zoo Mosaic Program Extended through Aug. 31

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Zoo Mosaic Program Extended through Aug. 31


The "Animal Adventure" project, where adults and children help create 30 concrete mosaic animal figures for the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, has been extended through Aug. 31.

The program, sponsored by Citiparks, is available 4-8 p.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays, and 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays at the Highland Park Farmhouse.

The animal figures will be installed on the retaining wall at One Wild Place, near the zoo. Details: 412-665-3665.

-- Kellie B. Gormly

Evening trolley rides planned at event

The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum on Aug. 10 will host Trolleys Till Dark, an evening nostalgic event.

Visitors can ride antique trolleys on the museum's four-mile track, eat frozen treats and listen to polka music. The event, from 6-9 p.m., costs $7 for adults, $6 for senior citizens and $4 for ages 3-15.

The museum also will be offering trolley rides to the Washington County Fair Aug. 11-18 for $2 per person. Details: 724-228-9256.

-- Kellie B. Gormly

Cultural events in the city

City Theatre presents "The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?" at 8 p.m. Performances continue through Aug. 25 at City Theatre, 1300 Bingham St., South Side. $35-$45. 412-431-2489.

Pittsburgh CLO presents "The Full Monty" at 8 p.m. Performances continue through Sunday at the Benedum Center, Seventh Street and Penn Avenue, Downtown. $27.50-$57.50. 412-456-6666.

Blair Underwood to join 'Dirty Sexy Money' cast

Carnegie Mellon grad Blair Underwood is joining the cast of ABC's "Dirty Sexy Money," playing a thorn in the side of the family with all that dirty, sexy money.

The actor will play a "zillionaire" named Simon Elder on the show, which is scheduled to air on Wednesday nights in the fall. As described by series creator Craig Wright, Elder is the world's third- richest man, thanks to his invention of a superfast computer processor, but couldn't be more different from the old-money Darling family headed by Donald Sutherland.

Underwood, 42, has several projects in the works. He is finishing up his debut as a feature-film director of the indie drama "The Bridge to Nowhere," which was shot in Pittsburgh. In addition to "Dirty Sexy Money," he also stars in HBO's drama "In Treatment," which is due early next year, and is set to reprise his role on CBS' "The New Adventures of Old Christine." He's also producing shows for TLC and TV One.

"Dirty Sexy Money" stars Peter Krause as the lawyer for the fabulously wealthy Darling family. The show also stars Jill Clayburgh, Natalie Zea, Zoe McLellan, Glenn Fitzgerald, Samaire Armstrong and Seth Gabel.

-- From wire reports

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