Project Journey has been working since 2013 on what it says is a growing problem of homeless female veterans.
A man’s choice of eyeglass frames say only one thing about his personality: He’s really cheap.
Krampus is a devilish anti-Santa who punishes kids for misdeeds. The film arrives in December, but ScareHouse features him now.
Here are lots of scary places to visit for a Halloween fright.
Tony DeSare, Arlo Guthrie, Yellowjackets and pianist Elena Uulyanova are in town. An Italian Festival and farm tour are also scheduled.
Margaret Strahler Yuresic, self-described president and editor of the Strahler Weekly News, celebrates her 100th birthday.
The survey says 35 percent of all vehicles built in 2015 were white and consumers selected more white vehicles than any other shade.
More than 14,000 runners take part in 3.1-mile race from Oakland to Downtown.
Horror in Dormont; “Gotham’s” rise of the villains; the Great Race is ours; the Global Citizen Festival is for everyone.
The inaugural Style+Tech Talk evening was scheduled for Friday but will be rescheduled for next month.
Unless you just moved to a secluded farm in Iowa, you have seen this reality show before: Real Presidential Wannabes of America.
Pope Francis will canonize Franciscan father who brought Catholicism to the Indians of California, but some accuse him of brutal tactics.
It’s the season for free admissions to local attractions such as the Pittsburgh Zoo, Carnegie Museum and Phipps Conservatory.
Come Out & Play Pittsburgh, a festival for grown-ups, at Schenley Plaza; ScareHouse opens in Etna; PSO opens season; Lonnie Smith on organ
Downtown, Squirrel Hill, Lawrenceville, Oakland and Strip among neighborhoods targeted by San Francisco-based company.
Chester County Hospital cannot have 1,352 bottles of fine wine set to be destroyed by the state, according to the ruling Tuesday.
Centenarian got her GED at age 52, worked until she was 77, and just celebrated her 100th birthday.
Next Sunday’s group hike loops around Mount Washington’s Emerald View Park.
He who must not be named: In a tweet on Wednesday, “Harry Potter” creator J.K. Rowling announced that we’ve all been pronouncing the name
Diana Ross, David Duchovny and William Shater hit town, Shakespeare turns up in the parks and a Tattoo Expo lands in Monroeville.
Western Pennsylvania Horseshoe Pitchers Association held state championships at the Horseshoes of Pittsburgh Enterprises club in Carnegie
The first-ever Britsburgh celebrates Pittsburgh’s ties to Britain with more than 20 events happening around town Sept. 8-14.
The Pan-Icarian Brotherhood celebrates their heritage every Labor Day.
Pope Francis may be facing more American Catholics than ever when he visits, but they’re doing fewer Catholic things.
Finding out exactly how much digital data makes its way to data brokers and digital advertisers is an uphill battle. 1st of 2 part series.