Monster trucks, the ballet’s “Peter Pan,” a Kidapalooza Party, and singer David Allan Coe all hit town this week.
Third Cupid's Undie Run to gain exposure and raise money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation.
Mary Virginia Alioto and Anna Ella Wollenschlaeger recently marked their 100th birthdays.
A first-time “winter encampment” at the national battlefield in Fayette County shows the hardships soldiers of various eras faced.
A Bob Marley Birthday Party, comedian Tom Arnold performs, and Northside Mardi Gras Week slated to begin this weekend.
Wigle is behind the upcoming cidery and meadery, which will open near its Spring Garden Whiskey Garden and Barrelhouse.
A Middlesex man and Monroeville woman celebrate their 100th birthdays, one with his harmonica, the other with some former students.
It’s been 10 years since the Post-Gazette conducted a readership survey on its comics, and a lot has changed since then.
The WGN America series that filmed in Pittsburgh performed better in its premiere than the network's "Manhattan."
Lots of musical events are slated, as well as a SnowFest and a celebration of the life and legacy of Myron Cope.
Anna Listwak, who turned 100 in December, wanted to travel and see her children graduate from college.
Owner to close 1947 Tavern to resurrect the bar and restaurant in its original location
Artist James Turrell gifts a Skyspace worth at least $1 million to the Mattress Factory museum on the North Side to be installed in 2017.
Jam band will make its annual trip to First Niagara Pavilion for a two-set show.
For the McKays, buying a new coffee table is like the seven stages of grief.
It has become increasingly common to find yourself flying high with animals you might normally associate with a barn.
This weekend look for The Segah Festival, PSO and Wild Child, comic Mike Epps, A Winterfest at Moraine and a new Phipps show.
David Bowie’s death a shock to those he inspired.
Airport Authority says the link between the two cities has been an “important economic driver” for the region.
National leaders in the Anglican Communion, the world’s third-largest Christian tradition, are scheduled to gather Monday in Britain.
Congress edited the new guidelines, which recommend consumption of beef, other meats, dairy and eggs.
“The Wizard of Oz” a Twelfth Night Gala, Elmo and free flying birds all figure into the entertainment scheduled for the coming weekend.
Socialize Right teaches high school students how to navigate the rough seas of social media.
U.S. Postal Service will celebrate the bond with fuzzy and cuddly — and not-so-fuzzy and cuddly — companions by issuing 20-stamp set.
WalletHub gives Pittsburgh a fifth-place ranking out of 100 cities based on analysis of “active lifestyle.”
Reba Roberts, a strong walker from a young age, kept up a brisk pace on her way to the century mark.
Study shows that nearly two-thirds of America’s largest churches have more than one campus, including many in the Pittsburgh area.
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Lots of festivities on tap for New Year’s celebrations.
A secluded, private sect of Roman Catholic nuns is seeking to bolster its dwindling numbers.
Giving up booze for a month seems like a good idea -- until you tell your friends about it.
A Pets for Life program that provided pet food and veterinary services to low-income pet owners will wrap up this month.
Ace Hotel Pittsburgh opens in East Liberty, ushering in a new focus for the neighborhood.
Here’s a Christmas travel guide to hotel accommodations.
Lots of Christmas events and the not-so-Christmasy Amy Schumer are scheduled for the coming weekend.
“You gotta keep moving or you die,” says Helen Nothwang of Bloomfield, who was born Nov. 23, 1915.
On Small Business Saturday, shops in the Golden Triangle have lots to offer.
Who would have thought he would ever want the holidays without the trimmings?
Newlyweds Joe Manganiello of Mt. Lebanon and Sofia Vergara are asking asking guests to make donations in lieu of wedding gifts.
A listing of weekend events
The MassMutual Pittsburgh Ice Rink at PPG Place now has 25 percent more space, able to accommodate up to 350 skaters at once.
Swing dancing, Livingston Taylor, Poinsettias and Pointes and holiday bazaars are all on the agenda for the coming weekend.
The compound opens its new community center and expanded Car and Carriage Museum to the public for tours.
Raymond Ehrman collected stamps and autographs, but most of all, stories during his 100-year life.
An urban archaeological walking tour will show how everyone from Native Americans to 1920s immigrants lived Downtown and on the North Shore.
He’s found the safest way not to offend anyone in his column is to stick to his kids, his dog and lawn care.
The circus rolls into town, bellydancers cavort, Alfio sings and “West Side Story” returns to Heinz Hall.
Mary McCandless, a state inspector who lives to serve, and Robert Bickerton, a Beaver County steelworker, turn 100 years old.
Pittsburgh-based Digital Dream Labs hopes to transition children from consumers of technology and media to creators.
Despite $102 million the federal government has spent to sign up organ donors, half of adults still say no.