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Filmmaker Claude O‘Steen reaches into childhood and the stories his father told around the dinner table to create his narratives on film.
Taurus, a winter constellation, has returned to the morning sky.
Lawrenceville has its roots in industry but today is being revitalized as a hot spot for shopping, dining, and art.
New Horizons, the first probe to travel to Pluto, is now only about 280 million miles from its historic approach with the dwarf planet.
Quincy, an 8-year-old border collie an athlete who has an eagle eye, runs every day and is an excellent swimmer.
If you travel away from the bright lights of the city, look for a hazy band of faint light arching up from the southern horizon.
Frick Park came from Henry Clay Frick’s desire to grant his daughter’s wish for a park where the city’s children could enjoy nature.
It’s hard to believe that less than 50 years ago the bald eagle was on a path to extinction everywhere except Canada and Alaska.
Since ending its backward motion in May, Mars has moved about 15 degrees easterly through Virgo and will meet up again with Spica on Sunday.
With a lush landscape, winding trails and dramatic views of Pittsburgh‘s skyline, Point State Park attracts visitors from around the world.
Organisms are considered bioluminescent if they produce light through a chemical reaction resulting from the food they eat.
This week, the evening skies will have their own celestial parade to celebrate Independence Day.
As home to two of the Negro League’s most dominant teams, Pittsburgh was once the center of Negro League baseball.
Pennsylvania has always been a farming state. Before European immigrants arrived in the 1700s, the land was farmed by Native Americans.
Recently, scientists have learned that a toucan’s over-sized bill has one especially important purpose — keeping the toucan cool.
The Pittsburgh Center for the Art’s 2014 Emerging Artist of the Year says her work is inspired by the people in Pittsburgh.
Tuesday morning, early risers will be able to witness a striking conjunction between our “morning star” Venus and the waning crescent moon.