The Amazon Echo is just the latest in what is among the hottest trends in the internet of things, but it doesn’t come without controversy.
Indian Lake Golf Club, whose course was the first designed by Arnold Palmer in 1967, is on the market. Offers start at $1.4 million.
If the massive old furniture does not make the move from the attic, he won’t either.
In December, Jennings Environmental Education Center challenged children with an interactive program called The Scoop on Poop.
At least four local feeds will offer specials on Wednesday to fete Scotland’s national poet, born Jan. 25, 1759.
The Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club will go looking in South Park, but hikers probably won’t eat what they find on their winter walk.
Hot wheels, gallery crawl and lots of music abounds during the upcoming weekend.
Pastors of mixed flocks are striving to balance appeals to unity with uncompromising calls for justice.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates is the richest individual with a net worth of $75 billion.
No worries about frozen feet. The Basic Boating Course on Jan. 28 will be held at dry dock inside the Unionville Fire Hall in Butler County.
Magicians, music and children’s events are all on the calendar for the coming weekend.
Events include a “Let Freedom Sing” concert to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King; “Remember the Struggle” observes MLK’s birthday.
Any weird noise could be the first sign of doom in a used car, like when the tide suddenly goes out right before a tsunami.
Some are new to Pittsburgh. Others were born in the Steel City and are now just hitting their stride. They’re innovators, they’re
From food trucks to comedy, the first full weekend of the new year has something for everyone.
Zodiac signs help to shape the way you approach managing your diet, astrologer Judi Vitale says.
The SnooZzoo, an animal sleeping bag that can be also be worn as a backpack, takes off with kids — and adults, too.
Hygge broadly means an approach to living that embraces the enjoyment of everyday experiences — anything from warm socks to a family meal.
Some gifts don’t come in boxes with bows, but wrapped in love. You can help these seven organizations change lives in Pittsburgh and beyond.
Under current rules, a retailer can participate in the food stamp program with a minimum inventory of 12 items but that will increase to 84.
Givers want to present a present that wows. Givees don’t want to be wowed. They want something they can use — like socks.