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Legislation, introduced May 3, aims ”to protect wild and exotic animals from cruel and inhumane treatment.”
The fast casual salad and burger restaurant will open locations at the Siena at St. Clair and at the Village at Pine developments.
Health code violations were fixed, county health department says.
Eddie V’s, a Texas-based chain, has signed a lease for space in the Union Trust Building’s corner spot at Grant Street and Fifth Avenue.
This time of year, the Big Dipper serves as a guidepost in the sky for stargazers to locate constellations, planets and deep-sky wonders.
Mr. Vignola, a former champion on Food Network’s “Chopped” in 2011, has revamped the menu for the Pittsburgh Bill’s Bar & Burger location.
My sister keeps inviting my ex (who happens to be her electrician) to family functions. My husband is not so happy about that.
Succession plan calls for her three sons, Andre, Christopher and H. John IV, to serve as chairs in four-year rotations beginning in October.
Nearly 200 people braved steady rain to enjoy Link on Penn at the corner of Penn and Center avenues.
More than 400 Attack fans danced the night away at one of the best parties of the year at Spirit in Lawrenceville. .
It was history in the making as the Sen. John Heinz History Center recognized five Pittsburghers for their achievements.
It was a picture-perfect night at Phipps Conservatory as nearly 300 guests mixed and mingled.
Plus, FGI Pittsburgh provisional chapter holds its next Style+Tech Talk event and unique trunk shows to shop during Memorial Day weekend.
Nearly 300 guests made their way to the Pittsburgh Field Club in Fox Chapel on Thursday for an Evening of Hope.
Nearly 500 supporters of POWER came to celebrate the organization’s 25th anniversary.
Here’s a look at some of the city’s latest kid-friendly shops and creations by a few Pittsburgh-based designers.
“It was like a turkey shoot,” recalled Carroll Westfall, describing what happened when he came across a hotel filled with German SS.
The return of the Sunday hunting debate impacts Pennsylvanians hunters whether or not it’s ever approved.
In Pittsburgh, Point State Park will provide loaner rods, tackle and live bait.
Commercial fishing, northeast winds, natural cycles? Lake Erie walleye haven’t been where anglers think they’re supposed to be.
Beginning after Memorial Day, a fashion market with mobile retailers and local vendors will take place on Mondays through August.
Ending the fees for checked baggage also would cut the long lines this summer, two U.S. senators claim.
New attractions for Summer 2016 also debut at Legoland Florida, SeaWorld Orlando and the Kennedy Space Center.
“Star Wars” lives at Disney Studios; a new “Frozen” ride and revamped Soarin’ arrive at Epcot; Animal Kingdom debuts extended hours.
Calories will be prominently displayed starting in 2018.
St. Sharbel, whose relics are at Our Lady of Victory Maronite Catholic Church, has thousands of miracles attributed to his intercession.
For its 60th anniversary, Idlewild & SoakZone is introducing a new Enchanted Castle to its Story Book Forest, along with a new princess.
If you haven’t yet controlled the caterpillars that can defoliate trees, this year’s race may be lost. Start early next year.
Who says chili has to include meat?
Butler Outdoor Club’s Memorial Day weekend offers an affordable smorgasbord of outdoor activities.
“Guests and employees may continue to use the restrooms with which they gender-identify,” the park said.
Pittsburgh bloggers share a well-rounded and delicious menu.
Kim Basick and Chris Waraks are transforming a North Side block one row house at a time, winning the Renovation Inspiration Contest.
Judith and Craig Minegar turned “the biggest, ugliest house on the block” into a classic showplace on a quiet street in Beaver.
Miniclover or microclover mixed with grass seed can mean a greener lawn with less fertilizer.
Beaver Borough became the county seat in 1800 when the county was formed and a separate borough within on March 27, 1802.
“Yes, You Can Dance” classes help with motor skills, exercise and socialization.
The Post-Gazette’s Summer Times section for 2016 details everything you need to see and do around Pittsburgh this season.
City offers races, tennis, pools and other ways to have fun outside.
Alice Cooper hits town, and so does Chris Isaak, and at another venue the Milk Carton Kids perform..
Astronomer Annie Jump Cannon developed a system for classifying stars based on their temperatures.
After World War II, a Navy engineer’s experiment turned into one of the most popular and celebrated toys in American history.
A list of fairs and festivals just around the corner from you.
Summer festivals include Three Rivers Arts Festival, Three Rivers Regatta, Pyrofest and Thrival.
What’s happening at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium, National Aviary, Kennywood, the museums and more.
The battle served as a turning point in the Civil War, but the town’s civilians, farmers played a crucial role on both battlefield and
Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg visited the Energy Innovation Center in Hill District between stops in round-the-world journey.
The South Side teen clothing retailer saw net income climb to $40.5 million, or 22 cents per share.
The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership supported the addition of the Bill’s Garden cafe as part of its Paris to Pittsburgh program.
It’s the second book from chef Floyd Cardoz of the now-closed Tabla in New York City, also a four-time Beard Award nominee.