The first category of Summer Times is a catch-all, encompassing everything from the Three Rivers Arts Festival to Wool Day.
Visual feasts from the art world.
Pittsburgh has some major concert tours heading this way, but it is missing lots of good ones.
The Dollar Bank Cinema in the Park schedule will include "Frozen," "Monsters University," "Despicable Me 2," "Last Vegas" and "Gravity."
Summer brings a few more of those rare leisure hours, and as always, there are plenty of ways to spend them.
The summer dance preview includes Pillow Project, the Three Rivers Arts Festival and Hartwood Acres performances.
Classical music summer offerings continue to grow in Pittsburgh, as organizations use the "off-season" to dress down concerts and experiment.
Enjoy the diverse heritage, food and entertainment of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods at these community festivals.
The summer theater season heats up on stages throughout the region.
Here’s a sampling of the races, matches and other activities.
Free concerts this summer include Jeff Tweedy, Lucinda Williams, Macy Gray, Lake Street Dive and Sam Roberts Band.
It's summertime and the living is easy and entertaining, thanks to one or two or three big movies each weekend until Labor Day.