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Data from the National Retail Federation (NRF) show that consumers are spending more money on all manner of Halloween.
Next week’s recipe throwdown in Nashville features four area residents and one who used to live here.
Fall edition of the event brings together 30 vendors, live entertainment and other fun.
Brimming with good vibes, Curbside serves up healthy gourmet sandwiches, soups, salads and smoothies — and excellent coffee.
The spacious venue in Mt. Lebanon leads diners down a road of Sichuan flavor, with eclectic choices, too.
Strange sights and sounds aren’t related to the drinks menu, regulars say
At Wente Vineyards, hands-on is the best way to learn.
Roll your jack-o-lantern off the fifth floor, or watch it get blown up.
One of the most influential Pittsburgh-based jazz musicians was pianist and composer Billy Strayhorn.
Last month the European Space Agency announced it had compiled data revealing a gravity dip in West Antarctica due to disappearing ice.
This time of year you can see many birds under the influence of zugunrhue, the restless behavior associated with migration.
This savory chicken stew takes a little time to pull together, but it can be made as many as four days beforehand and reheated.
A brother-in-law should be free to accept any job offer that comes his way.
Dan Leary turns 100 years old, remembers serving in World War II along with his three brothers and his wife.
An environmental research organization on Monday introduced one of the most comprehensive online databases of food products.
Fashion show raises funds for Cancer Caring Center and UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program.
There will be two conventions here next month: the Pittsburgh Sneaker Fall Classic and the Sole St. Sneaker Convention.
Plus: Bras for the Cause at Hard Rock Cafe Pittsburgh, a consignment bus tour, Christian Dior beauty tips and more in Pittsburgh fashion.
More than 215 guests attended the BBBS roast at the Heinz History Center and raised roughly $209,000 for the charity.
The Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council welcomed 300 guests to a luncheon at the Fairmont on Oct. 17.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers and current radio sportscasters Tunch Ilkin and Craig Wolfley hosted the "More than a Meal" gala.
French artist Essel Emve premiered her new work inspired by the bridges of Pittsburgh at Boutique La Passerelle, on Wood Street, Downtown.
The Arthritis Foundation held a Bone Bash Carnival Gala which helped raise more than $85,000 for the cause.
Check out this week's #SEENFallPartyRoundUp to learn about other great events happening around town.
The blood red "death star" Mars will be shining just above the spout of Sagittarius' teapot about 7:30 p.m. Halloween night.
Some local houses go to extremes for Halloween, with elaborately crafted homemade decorations.
Pittsburgh-based designer and seamstress Jen Rocket caters to requests for everything from couture gowns to ScareHouse costumes.
September is a great time to visit the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone and Wyoming as crowds begin to dwindle.
Bob Cranmer’s new book describes evil forces that inhabited his Brownsville Road home. Some former occupants beg to differ.
For Chinese and American cravings, Pink Box Bakery Cafe in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill is the place to go.
Amusement parks have plenty of motivation to lessen waits, or at least make them less boring, analysts say.
The high demand for workers this holiday season is not driving up wages.
A water leak and a bare patch of dirt transform a non-gardener into a Great Gardens Contest winner for late summer/early fall.
Dahlia is a high-maintenance diva, but if she is treated well, she can be the queen of a fall garden.
A house in Brookline features new siding, windows, bamboo floors and heating/central air conditioning.
Long-awaited visitor’s center in Ohiopyle finally opens amid the brilliance of the fall foliage along the Youghigheny River.
Pumpkin carving is a simple, fun affair for everyone to enjoy.
Lime sulpur spray and proper cultural practices that maintain the tree’s vigor will prevent peach leaf curl.
At Soba in Shadyside, Dustin Gardner has been groomed for the gig, carrying on Big Burrito's tradition of innovation and quality.
For me, it started in San Francisco — probably a mix of that gloriously extroverted city combined with my 23-year-old new-drinker self.
Don't be scared that it will take too much time: Holiday treats can be made quick and easy
The eatery has partnered with a food delivery service to ship sandwich packs nationwide through November.
FedEx Corp. promised shoppers on Wednesday that it’s ready for the frenzy set to commence the day after Thanksgiving.
Munch abides Beaver County bar with generations of history
Mandatory “etiquette dinner” shows Carnegie Mellon University business students how it should be done.
Pittsburgh Specialty Coffee Week event made art in milk foam.
Ten high-school students worked together on a film about food scarcity.
Two recipes that make vegetables the star.
Regarded as one of the most iconic photographers of the 20th century, Charles “Teenie” Harris captured all facets of African-American life.