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There are reasons birds eggs come in a variety of colors and sizes.
Canton museum is raising funds to bring Ida Saxton McKinley's jewelry back to Ohio from "Pawn Stars" shop in Las Vegas
Asparagus and peas brighten this lovely risotto dish that's perfect for Easter
Rodef Shalom, which has a sister-congregation relationship with a synagogue in Kiev, also said a prayer for those in Ukraine.
Speak up when a dinner companion wants to share plates against your will.
Traditional Jewish law would forbid their use on holy days, but digital devices could enhance the Passover experience.
On Palm Sunday, he called on people, himself included, to look into their own hearts to see how they are living their lives.
The frozen Great Lakes have prevented fishermen from catching the key ingredient for fresh gefilte fish.
Proceeds of the event benefited the Myasthenia Gravis Association of Western Pennsylvania.
Gary Racan and the studio e band set the stage for Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra’s Denim & Diamonds fundraiser on April 5.
Ellis Cannon joined panelists Steve Blass, Tony DeFazio and Rick Dayton for the 2nd annual Pittsburgh Sports Report Spring Roundup.
More than 300 guests helped raise $50,000 during the Sojourner House's tea, held at Pittsburgh's Grand Hall at the Priory, North Side.
Roasts, Toasts & Literati, On The Hill drew roughly 200 book lovers to the Hill House Kaufmann Center's Elsie H. Hillman Auditorium.
Set your alarm for 2 a.m. so you can go outside and witness one of nature's grand spectacles: a total lunar eclipse.
Roughly 750 guests came out to enjoy the 22nd annual event that supports the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
More than 1,000 patrons partied in a warehouse in the South Side to raise funds for the theater.
A sea of Steelers gathered to support the Mel Blount Youth Home among more than 880 guests on Friday.
Roughly 300 guests shopped to support the Bartko Foundation's mission to assist single, minority mothers achieve self-sufficiency.
The Many Faces of NHS: Bridging Partnerships supported people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Betsy Ann, Sarris, Dorothy's, Esther's, Joe Clark's, Yetters, Pollak's, Anderson's and Edward Marc have passed down recipes and techniques.
Plus, an Easter bonnet fashion show, designer trunk shows and men walk the catwalk for a cause.
A study by Canadian psychologists has found that men and women are equally good at picking up on their partners' sexual satisfaction.
During the centennial of the birth of famed Welsh poet and author Dylan Thomas, festivals, tours and special readings are planned.
Her luxury brand Sandra Cadavid has racked up a celebrity clientele and a trunk show at Henri Bendel since launching in 2011.
Monday at sundown marks the beginning of Passover. Here are several tested recipes for the holiday.
From the dry dust of the New Mexican desert rises a brewery run by Benedictine monks.
What do you cook for Thomas Keller, one of the most recognizable chefs in the world? A Pittsburgh Botanic Garden gala will provide answers.
The popular Great Allegheny Passage trail is just one of many that biking enthusiasts will flock to now that the weather has turned.
The Western Pennsylvania Kennel Association dog show in Monroeville last week was a great opportunity to meet some great dogs.
Walking is a great way for you and your dog to shed winter weight, but be careful with retractable leashes. Head collars are safer.
The Versailles bar and grille owes more than $53,759 in drink tax liability, Allegheny County officials said.
Only two eateries likely will be left in operation by May as street-level dining becomes more appealing to restaurateurs.
Since 1987, Israeli wines have been recognized in competitions next to the great names from the world’s most noble wine regions.
The annual pop-culture convention beams in stars from “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” among other genre celebrities.
Showcase BBQ in Homewood deliciously delivers smoke and sauce, and who knew turkeys had "ribs"?
Bunnies, Mac Miller, Earth Day events populate the weekend.
In East Liberty, Cecelia Price-Knight serves Jamaican warmth in the dining room and great food from her husband and chef, Desmond Knight.
Fukuda serves lunch; NOLA chef cooks in other venues.
If the weather cooperates early Tuesday morning, you can witness one of nature's majestic displays.
Recognized as one of the greatest players in baseball history, "The Flying Dutchman" set the standard for Major League shortstops.
As she makes matzo balls, the writer remembers her grandmother, her cooking, and the deli the family owned in the 1950s.
From Israel to your Passover table: World-class wines you can find in Pittsburgh.
Here are some new noshes for Passover.
Just in time for next week's Passover celebration, here are several tested recipes that will make a wonderful meal.
A vendor at the Pittsburgh Public Market in the Strip District, Family Farms Creamery launches a Pittsburgh ice cream.
You might have trouble deciding whether to use British English or Pittsburghese at this fun fundraiser.
Beers of the Burgh fest features several up-and-comers.
Ole! You, too, can make a Chipotle-style rice burrito bowl at home.
After years of estrangement, an ex-wife shouldn't expect her ex-husband to fund daughter's wedding.
Mike Fitzgerald, Frontiers Travel president, said the Internet has not been the devastating blow that many imagine, at least not for them.