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Tammy Hepps left a great job working with NBC in New York to pursue her family’s history in Homestead.
For the third year, Tamiah Bridgett will organize events here that carry out the meetup day’s mission to support and celebrate natural hair.
Where to eat and drink before and after a Pirates home game
Rauh Jewish Archives sets out on mission to collect small-town histories in southwestern Pennsylvania before they disappear.
Through “I Care” initiative, United Way hopes businesses and others will keep watch on elderly citizens who may be on verge of crisis.
The temptation to rescue an “abandoned” baby can be overwhelming. Don’t do it.
Airlines in the U.S. are setting aside more seats for travelers wanting to redeem loyalty reward points
Beating jet lag: A sleep expert weighs in
If you want to really know the Harmonists, get crafty every Saturday through September at Old Economy Village in Ambridge.
Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra and City Music Center of Duquesne University are registering students for two new training programs.
Renovation Inspiration Contest | In a dark, "tired" screened porch, couple design and build a restful modern place for adults to get away.
A salute to summer starts in a salad bowl
The Boruffs and previous owners have carefully maintained the 114-year-old home's charm and architectural details.
When moving houseplants outdoors, avoid sunburn by gradually increasing exposure over 10-14 days.
Dancing in the streets, Everybody loves robots, Babs tells it as it is, Honoring B.B. King and Fun-raising.
From museums to a Robot Hall of Fame, the region is home to many hidden gems.
The Strip District distiller is set to issue its first bourbon next week. It’s the first Pennsylvania-made bourbon in decades.
Two of the five women will ride from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C., and their three sisters will complete all or part of a 76-mile hike.
The market, which sells both farm products and crafts, started in 1976 and has grown to include 182 vendors, most of them local.
The suit says Chicago American Sweet & Snacks sells cookies called "Smiley's" that Eat'n Park says are a lot like its product.
Traffic will be up from last year’s total, AAA and the Pennsylvania Turnpike believe, but gasoline prices will be down nearly $1 a gallon.
With four locations and growing, Las Palmas tacos build a community of frugal fans.
The new North Side spot adds comfortable cheer to East Ohio Street.
Heritage Players stages “To Kill a Mockingbird,” All Time Low plays at Stage AE, Sandcastle opens, and more.
So what do we think of Tom Brady now?
Actor and Western Pennsylvania native Jimmy Stewart became the first major Hollywood star to join the U.S. military during World War II.
NASA’s MESSENGER spacecraft crashed into Mercury’s surface after using the last of its propellant on April 30.
If you only do the minimum outdoor cooking, you can still enjoy the benefits.
With these make-ahead recipes, you, too, can extend your enjoyment, whatever the weather.
Memorial Day can mean faking it with frozen or jarred berries.
Add to the fun this season with these gadgets.
Haagen-Dazs collaborates with artists on new flavors.
What kid wouldn’t want to spend some time at a candy store?
The teen retailer’s total revenue rose 8 percent to $700 million from $646 million last year.
The Australian rapper has proven to be a controversial, divisive choice of a headliner for this year’s Pride in the Street.
Combining interactivity and literacy, the exhibit comes to Pittsburgh after a year at the Tacoma Museum of Glass in Washington state.
David Ondik, Michael Allen and Nirav Patel opened the first location of the Yard a year ago in what had been Pangea in Shadyside.
The Keystone Country Ride is a favorite for bike touring in Central Pennsylvania.
In a complaint filed today in U.S. District Court, the ex-waitress says the chain violated the federal Americans with Disabilities Act.
These squishy little creatures may not be particularly good looking, but they are quite fascinating once you know a little bit about them.
Amy Perkins couldn’t be a nurse, but she marks her 100th birthday after a life of caring for others.
Confront the noisemakers at the theater, but remember they may not positively respond to even a polite request for them to quiet down.
Pittsburgh-based American Eagle will have stores in 28 countries with the new agreements.
At the spring High Point Market, manufacturers paid more attention to the base than ever before.
More than 260 guests enjoyed the gala held at Pittsburgh Opera headquarters.
Plus, trunk shows at Larrimor’s and Wilson & Weir, girls’ night at Spoiled Chics boutique, “fix your fashion” workshops for kids and more.
Event supports the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh.
While Audra McDonald was preparing for her concert at the Byham, the people who made it happen were prepping for an evening next door.
The James Beard Culinary Tribute of WQED’s Chris Fennimore was a food fest for fans and family Saturday night.
More than 250 supporters attended the 135th anniversary of Three Rivers Youth, raising more than $130,000.