The Rangos Giant Cinema

The Rangos Giant Cinema Bigger. Bolder. Better. The new Rangos Giant Cinema is NOW OPEN with a Certified Giant Screen, Dolby Atmos sound, and 4K digital laser projection!
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As we say a fond farewell to our beloved Omnimax Theater, we are incredibly excited about our forthcoming The Rangos Giant Cinema, opening this November 2017! The most state-of-the-art cinema in Pittsburgh will showcase the latest projection technology, including a giant 70ft x 38ft screen; dual 4K Christie Laser Projectors; Dolby Atmos surround sound with over 50 speakers (including overhead); 3D capability; new comfortable seats; new concession offerings including beer and wine; and more!

Please read on for President Steve Knapp’s message to the Carnegie Museums community: bit.ly/3gOnaWP
06/03/2020

Please read on for President Steve Knapp’s message to the Carnegie Museums community: bit.ly/3gOnaWP

The Rangos Giant Cinema respects and supports our community’s call for racial justice, equity, and inclusion. To make ro...
06/03/2020

The Rangos Giant Cinema respects and supports our community’s call for racial justice, equity, and inclusion. To make room for these vital messages, we are suspending social media posts through Sunday.

The Rangos Giant Cinema respects and supports our community’s call for racial justice, equity, and inclusion. To make ro...
06/02/2020

The Rangos Giant Cinema respects and supports our community’s call for racial justice, equity, and inclusion. To make room for these vital messages, we are suspending social media posts today.

06/01/2020
Carnegie Science Center

Happy Music Monday!🎶🎵🖤

Something to WATCH: Brass Class is now in session, folks! Science Educator Amanda Murphy joins Brad Peroney today for Music Monday to teach us about the TROMBONE! Have a question about this instrument? Post it in the comments. Be sure to stick around for a fun DIY instrument project with Brad.

Presented by Highmark
Sponsored by Green Mountain Energy Company

If you miss stargazing at Buhl Planetarium, today's CSC's Three Things roundup is for you💜💫☄️
05/30/2020

If you miss stargazing at Buhl Planetarium, today's CSC's Three Things roundup is for you💜💫☄️

Missing Buhl Planetarium? It’s the inspiration for today’s CSC’s Three Things! 🌑💫⭐️🌟✨☄️
Presented by Highmark
More fun: bit.ly/ReadWatchDo

💫Something to READ: Learn about Buhl Planetarium’s pioneering past in this article from the The Northside Chronicle: https://bit.ly/2MgJgTy
Sponsored by Agora Cyber Charter School
More Things to READ: https://bit.ly/2yKpfkV


💫Something to WATCH: #ICYMI – Science Educator Charissa Sedor really misses teaching yinz about space at the planetarium! In the meantime, enjoy this tour of a space annex she created in her new favorite game, #AnimalCrossing: New Horizons: https://youtu.be/anq6Mr1DNMg
Sponsored by Green Mountain Energy Company
More Things to WATCH: https://bit.ly/2JTI9YS


💫Something to DO: Comment below with your favorite memory of Buhl Planetarium! Is it Story Time Under the Stars? Your first time seeing Saturn throughout our telescopes at SkyWatch? We’d love to hear about the memories you’ve made at the Buhl!

💫Join us at 10:30 am today for another Facebook Live with Charissa Sedor and Mike Hennessy as they await #SpaceX’s rescheduled launch!
Sponsored by Duquesne Light Company
More Things to DO: https://bit.ly/3btKSnS


❤️Science Matters! Carnegie Science Center needs your support so that we can continue to provide you with engaging science experiences now and in the future: https://bit.ly/2VTYofz

Coming soon to our Rangos at Home offerings: PICTURE A SCIENTIST💫🚀🧠🔬🧬This new documentary chronicles the groundswell of ...
05/29/2020
Picture a Scientist

Coming soon to our Rangos at Home offerings: PICTURE A SCIENTIST💫🚀🧠🔬🧬This new documentary chronicles the groundswell of women scientists who are changing the face of science in the United States and around the world.

Presented by Green Mountain Energy

Picture a Scientist chronicles the groundswell of women scientists who are changing the face of science

🍪The theme for today’s CSC’s Three Things is BAKING!😋
05/28/2020

🍪The theme for today’s CSC’s Three Things is BAKING!😋

Good morning, friends! We’re baking up some fun with CSC’s Three Things today!
Presented by Highmark
More fun: bit.ly/ReadWatchDo


Something to READ: Learn about the microbes that help us make bread with an easy and delicious do-it-yourself project: https://wapo.st/2ZOm1bB
Sponsored by Agora Cyber Charter School
More Things to READ: https://bit.ly/2yKpfkV


Something to WATCH: Explore kitchen science with Science Educator Amanda Iwaniec! Learn how to make tasty aquafaba meringue cookies: https://youtu.be/qoxnqBeYEgU
Sponsored by Green Mountain Energy Company
More Things to WATCH: https://bit.ly/2JTI9YS


Something to DO: Looking for super snack? Check out this tutorial on how to make kale chips: https://youtu.be/CXVeMF24MZk
Presented in partnership with SHOP 'n SAVE
Sponsored by Duquesne Light Company
More Things to DO: https://bit.ly/3btKSnS


❤️Science Matters! Carnegie Science Center needs your support so that we can continue to provide you with engaging science experiences now and in the future: https://bit.ly/2VTYofz

05/27/2020
Carnegie Science Center

Who else is excited about NASA + #SpaceX making history today?!
Science Educators Mike Hennessy and Charissa Sedor talk about the significance of today's launch, plus lots of other fun space stuff, in the video below. 🚀🚀🚀

UPDATE: Due to weather, launch is a no-go today. They’re going to try again Saturday at 3:22 pm ET.

Something to WATCH: It’s launch day for #SpaceX + #NASA! Science Educators Mike Hennessy and Charissa Sedor are here to chat about this historic mission and answer your questions! Post your questions in the comments below! #LaunchAmerica #Demo2 #SpaceXDragon

Presented by Highmark
Sponsored by Green Mountain Energy Company

It's a big day for space exploration! 🚀💫😄
05/27/2020

It's a big day for space exploration! 🚀💫😄

We're getting closer to liftoff! 🚀 Our SpaceX/NASA theme for CSC’s Three Things continues as we countdown to the Demo-2 launch, #SpaceX's first crewed mission and the first time #NASA has launched astronauts from American soil since the Space Shuttle fleet retired in 2011.
Image: NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Presented by Highmark
More fun: bit.ly/ReadWatchDo


🚀 Something to READ: SpaceX's 1st astronaut mission is launching from a truly historic NASA pad: https://bit.ly/2M22tsb
Sponsored by Agora Cyber Charter School
More Things to READ: https://bit.ly/2yKpfkV


🚀 Something to WATCH: Today at 10:30 am, join Science Educators Mike Hennessy and Charissa Sedor for a Facebook Live chat about SpaceX, NASA, and the significance of today’s launch.
Sponsored by Green Mountain Energy Company
More Things to WATCH: https://bit.ly/2JTI9YS


🚀 Something to DO: NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley will make history as the first Americans to launch to the International Space Station from American soil in nearly a decade. Learn more about them in this Q&A: https://youtu.be/vTWZrpLOgT8
Sponsored by Duquesne Light Company
More Things to DO: https://bit.ly/3btKSnS


❤️Science Matters! Carnegie Science Center needs your support so that we can continue to provide you with engaging science experiences now and in the future: https://bit.ly/2VTYofz

TONIGHT AT 9: Join Up From The Streets: New Orleans The City of Music Executive Producer Terence Blanchard and Producer/...
05/26/2020
Q&A with Ben Jaffe, Terence Blanchard & Michael Murphy - May 26, 9PM ET / 6PM PT | UP FROM THE STREETS

TONIGHT AT 9: Join Up From The Streets: New Orleans The City of Music Executive Producer Terence Blanchard and Producer/Director Michael Murphy for a FREE live Q&A about the documentary! They will be joined by Ben Jaffe, Creative Director of Preservation Hall and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. Ben's parents founded the Hall, and he has carried on their vision proudly and well.

Viewers will be able to ask questions via the live chat feature on the Eventive site, listed below.

Up From the Streets is now available to rent online via The Rangos: https://bit.ly/36EtLys

Join us on Tuesday, May 26 at 9PM EDT for a live Q&A session with Preservation Hall Creative Director Ben Jaffe, Up From The Streets: New Orleans: The City of Music Executive Producer Terence Blanchard and Producer / Director Michael Murphy. Ben, Terence and Michael will join on video to discuss t...

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05/25/2020

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🇺🇸On this #MemorialDay, we remember and honor those who gave their lives for this land that we love.
Today we invite you to explore USS Requin (SS 481) from home with CSC’s Three Things⚓️
Presented by Highmark
More Things to READ, WATCH, + DO: bit.ly/ReadWatchDo


🇺🇸Something to READ: While we can't physically tour Requin right now, this TribLive story from 2018 contains a wealth of information about the Cold War-era submarine: https://bit.ly/3egeVR7
Sponsored by Agora Cyber Charter School
More Things to READ: https://bit.ly/2yKpfkV


🇺🇸Something to WATCH: Learn about Requin’s history in this video from 22 The Point: https://bit.ly/2TDg2m5
Sponsored by Green Mountain Energy Company
More Things to WATCH: https://bit.ly/2JTI9YS


🇺🇸Something to DO: Go inside the submarine with these 360 photos of Requin: https://bit.ly/36x7lPE
Sponsored by Duquesne Light Company
More Things to DO: https://bit.ly/3btKSnS

"A moving spark of idealism in our darkening current world." -Variety 🌈🚀Spaceship Earth - Online is #nowstreaming: https...
05/24/2020

"A moving spark of idealism in our darkening current world." -Variety 🌈🚀Spaceship Earth - Online is #nowstreaming: https://bit.ly/3bWfMVt

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🐢💚🐢💚🐢💚🐢Happy #WorldTurtleDay!
05/23/2020

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Happy #WorldTurtleDay!

🐢🐢🐢We’re celebrating 🐢 #WorldTurtleDay 🐢 with CSC’s Three Things! Visit our page at 10:30 am today for a special World Turtle Day Facebook Live with Science Educator Carla Littleton! 🐢🐢🐢
Presented by Highmark
More fun: bit.ly/ReadWatchDo


🐢 Something to READ: How the turtle got its shell, with apologies to Aesop: https://bit.ly/3ecfhrV
Sponsored by Agora Cyber Charter School
More Things to READ: https://bit.ly/2yKpfkV


🐢 Something to WATCH: Meet some of the animals from our H2Oh! Field Station, including one of our turtles: https://youtu.be/SpARBZ6MZwQ
Presented by Green Mountain Energy Company
More Things to WATCH: https://bit.ly/2JTI9YS


🐢 Something to DO: Make egg carton turtles! Post pics of your creation in the comments! https://to.pbs.org/3bS1CVn
Image: PBS KIDS
Sponsored by Duquesne Light Company
More Things to DO: https://bit.ly/3btKSnS


❤️Science Matters! Carnegie Science Center needs your support so that we can continue to provide you with engaging science experiences now and in the future: https://bit.ly/2VTYofz

Happy #143DayinPA! ❤️❤️❤️
05/22/2020

Happy #143DayinPA! ❤️❤️❤️

Happy #143DayinPA! ❤️ Mister Rogers regularly used 1-4-3 as a way of saying “l love you” throughout his life and on his beloved television series, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. His reference was to the number of letters in each word: 1-4-3
Today in CSC’s Three Things, we want to celebrate kindness and gratitude, just like Mister Rogers taught us.

CSC's Three Things is presented by Highmark
More fun: bit.ly/ReadWatchDo

❤️Something to READ: First lady Frances Wolf: Let’s be kind, grateful on 143 Day: https://bit.ly/2Zv3wZA
Something to READ is sponsored by Agora Cyber Charter School
More Things to READ: https://bit.ly/2yKpfkV

❤️Something to WATCH: You, our visitors, are at the heart of everything we do. We’re grateful for you. We miss you SO MUCH, and our Science Center team members have shared what they miss the most about seeing you at our museum: https://youtu.be/sRtjuZE7xC0
Sponsored by Green Mountain Energy Company
More Things to WATCH: https://bit.ly/2JTI9YS

❤️Something to DO: “Imagine what our real neighborhoods would be like if each of us offered, as a matter of course, just one kind word to another person.” –Fred Rogers ❤️ Do something nice for someone today. Be kind to your neighbors. Show your gratitude for essential workers. Tell us about the helpers you’re thankful for in the comments below!
Learn more about what you can do to celebrate #143day: https://143day.dced.pa.gov/
Something to DO is sponsored by Duquesne Light Company
More Things to DO: https://bit.ly/3btKSnS

❤️Science Matters! Carnegie Science Center needs your support so that we can continue to provide you with engaging science experiences now and in the future: https://bit.ly/2VTYofz

"Meow meow, meoooooow meow meooow. Purrrr purr meow." –Local cat's expert review of Best of CatVideoFest: Creature Comfo...
05/21/2020
Best of CatVideoFest: Creature Comforts Edition - Carnegie Science Center

"Meow meow, meoooooow meow meooow. Purrrr purr meow." –Local cat's expert review of Best of CatVideoFest: Creature Comforts Edition - Online

Rent it today to see what the furry fuss is about!

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05/20/2020

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Dinosaurs, kitty cats, and craft time: We’re mixing it up today with CSC’s Three Things!
Presented by Highmark
More fun: bit.ly/ReadWatchDo


Something to READ: T. rex was a deadly 'power-walker': https://bit.ly/3g8IUfy
Sponsored by Agora Cyber Charter School
More Things to READ: https://bit.ly/2yKpfkV


Something to WATCH: The Best of CatVideoFest is the cuteness you need right meow: https://bit.ly/3c6LwaZ
Presented by Green Mountain Energy Company
More Things to WATCH: https://bit.ly/2JTI9YS


Something to DO: Create a melted bead bowl: https://to.pbs.org/36dLvQY
Sponsored by Duquesne Light Company
More Things to DO: https://bit.ly/3btKSnS


❤️Science Matters! Carnegie Science Center needs your support so that we can continue to provide you with engaging science experiences now and in the future: https://bit.ly/2VTYofz

The music of this city is a powerful form of expression. Rent Up From The Streets: New Orleans The City of Music online ...
05/19/2020
Up From The Streets – New Orleans: The City of Music

The music of this city is a powerful form of expression. Rent Up From The Streets: New Orleans The City of Music online today!

Presented by Green Mountain Energy Company

Explore the culture of New Orleans through the lens of music.

Happy #InternationalMuseumDay!😄😄😄
05/18/2020

Happy #InternationalMuseumDay!😄😄😄

Good morning, and happy #InternationalMuseumDay! Today’s inspiration for CSC’s Three Things: A few of our favorite museum things 😊
Presented by Highmark
More fun: bit.ly/ReadWatchDo


Something to READ: Have you ever wondered how the Science Center ended up with a submarine? How did it get here? Dive into USS Requin’s history in this article from Carnegie Magazine: https://bit.ly/3fUQ5bc
Sponsored by Agora Cyber Charter School
More Things to READ: https://bit.ly/2yKpfkV


Something to WATCH: It’s electrifying! Science Educator Amanda Iwaniec teaches you about the Tesla coil we have at the Science Center and recreates this beloved science demonstration at home: https://youtu.be/oZZYZ61AMhg
Presented by Green Mountain Energy Company
More Things to WATCH: https://bit.ly/2JTI9YS


Something to DO: On this #InternationalMuseumDay2020, we want to hear from YOU! What’s your FAVORITE thing to do at the Science Center? Favorite exhibit? Favorite live show? Favorite movie you’ve seen at The Rangos Giant Cinema? Tell us in the comments!
Sponsored by Duquesne Light Company
More Things to DO: https://bit.ly/3btKSnS


❤️Science Matters! Carnegie Science Center needs your support so that we can continue to provide you with engaging science experiences now and in the future: https://bit.ly/2VTYofz #IMD2020

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05/17/2020

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Happy #SundayFunday, friends! Check out CSC’s Three Things to keep the kiddos #learningathome.
Presented by Highmark
More fun: bit.ly/ReadWatchDo


🗻Something to READ: Viking 'treasure' of rare artifacts revealed on a long-lost mountain trail: https://bit.ly/2X15b6k
Sponsored by Agora Cyber Charter School
More Things to READ: https://bit.ly/2yKpfkV


🍄Something to WATCH: Take on an immersive journey through time and scale into the magical earth beneath our feet in Fantastic Fungi: https://bit.ly/2VlituS
Presented by Green Mountain Energy Company
More Things to WATCH: https://bit.ly/2JTI9YS


🌞Something to DO: Make sunspot cookies: https://go.nasa.gov/364DCNG
Sponsored by Duquesne Light Company
More Things to DO: https://bit.ly/3btKSnS


❤️Science Matters! Carnegie Science Center needs your support so that we can continue to provide you with engaging science experiences now and in the future: https://bit.ly/2VTYofz

Explore the culture of New Orleans through the lens of music in Up From The Streets: New Orleans The City of Music, now ...
05/16/2020
Up From The Streets – New Orleans: The City of Music

Explore the culture of New Orleans through the lens of music in Up From The Streets: New Orleans The City of Music, now available to rent online!

Presented by Green Mountain Energy Company

Explore the culture of New Orleans through the lens of music.

Exciting news for Almost Famous fans!
05/13/2020
Consequence of Sound

Exciting news for Almost Famous fans!

For the 20th anniversary, the cast and crew of Almost Famous -- including Cameron Crowe, Kate Hudson, Billy Crudup, Frances McDormand, Peter Frampton, Nancy Wilson, and more -- are reuniting for a podcast.

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05/13/2020

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🌑🌎💫☄️✨Welcome to Wednesday! Today’s inspiration for CSC’s Three Things is SPACE!
Presented by Highmark
More fun: bit.ly/ReadWatchDo


🌑Something to READ: Carnegie Mellon University's tiny robot rover passes NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration design review ahead of 2021 trip to the Moon: https://tcrn.ch/2Lre8QW
Sponsored by Agora Cyber Charter School
More Things to READ: https://bit.ly/2yKpfkV


🌎Something to WATCH: Learn about exoplanets and the Habitable Zone with Science Educator Charissa Sedor: https://youtu.be/BrJNfT6DVpY
Sponsored by Green Mountain Energy Company
More Things to WATCH: https://bit.ly/2JTI9YS


💫Something to DO: Learn how to draw Artemis: NASA’s Space Launch System Rocket: https://go.nasa.gov/2WQ8xsJ
Sponsored by Duquesne Light Company
More Things to DO: https://bit.ly/3btKSnS


❤️Science Matters! Carnegie Science Center needs your support so that we can continue to provide you with engaging science experiences now and in the future: https://bit.ly/2VTYofz

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Bigger. Bolder. Better.

The Rangos Giant Cinema is the most technologically advanced motion picture experience in Pittsburgh, boasting a 70-by-38-foot Certified Giant Screen, crystal-clear images, brilliant colors, and rich surround sound. It features two industry-leading Christie® laser-illuminated 4K laser digital projectors and a premium Dolby Atmos® surround sound system with 45 speakers.

By virtue of the technology, colorful and comfortable architecture, and atmosphere of the new cinema, The Rangos is designed to be a destination that provides immersive and exciting experiences to our guests. After your stay, we want you to feel like you have visited the "Mother of all Theaters.”

In addition to a continued focus on the awe-inspiring mission-centric documentaries that the Rangos Theater has become known for over the past 26 years, this new technology provides extensive new capabilities and significant opportunities for you to enjoy a broad range of dynamic content. From Hollywood feature films, film festivals, cult and classic films, to educational and event films, 3D experiences, and extreme special effects, look for something new, exciting, and unique every month.


Comments

Are you going to show Star Wars Rise of Skywalker?
1st time at The Giant Screen Today Seeing A Hard Days Night!! Will Be back for the Great Movies you Have in The Future but Tell your People Not to Make Announcements Over The Beatles Music during The Credit's!! Part of the Movie Plus Some People Stay for the Credit's. Just Keep in Mind During a Musical Movie!!
So explain to me where exactly this cinema is located?
Do you have any plans to show Avengers: Endgame? Because I feel like seeing it at the Rangos Giant Cinema is the only way to watch this movie...
Are there any plans for the documentary Apollo11 to play on the Giant Screen at the Science Center?
There Is A Guy Name Nelloe Ranking (Yeah Right) Trying To Scam People..I Called Him Out On It..He Deleted His Post..and He Blocked Me...Just Everyone Watch and Be Careful.
Any chance of getting the re-release of 2001 Space Odyssey? Thanks
Please try to get get a showing of Sgt. Stubby:An American Hero! Beautiful, animated TRUE story of America's most decorated K9, and the bond he formed with a young American GI. Set amid the backdrop of World War I--the period music, animation and historical lessons of this film make it a gem. Loyalty, patriotism, and courage are highlighted--read up on the title character and see the movie!!!!
Will Avengers Infinity war play at Rangos ?🤔
Can I purchase tickets at the cinema , For the day of showing? Or do I have to purchase online?
Rust Belt Rob
Although I am happy for the new screen, seats, etc., I'm saddened that my annual visits for a NYE showing of The Polar Express now comes to an unfortunate end after over a decade of visits. My son, Riley, has Leukemia and this was always the one sure thing that we did during the Holidays.