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More than 400 guests indulged their sweet tooth at the Pittsburgh Opera on Saturday night for a cake tasting contest.
Megan Yunn, Jefferson Award winner, provides birthday parties for homeless children who may never have had one in their lives.
Trends for the season are refreshed, low-fuss and unassuming. Plus they feature plenty of pastels and prints inspired by nature.
Three Rivers Adoption Council celebrates its 35th anniversary with event at LeMont.
FAME (Fund for Advancement of Minorities through Education) celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
Chris Jamison performed during the Earth Day festivities held at Downtown’s Hotel Monaco.
The fourth annual Green Heart Gala to raise funds for children and families dealing with congenital heart disease.
The pop-up exhibit features neon pieces Martin Potoczny has collected and created.
More than 200 guests flocked to escape the dreary weather and enjoy the tropical forest of the Congo at Phipps Conservatory.
Catch up on even more fun events that happened this weekend!
The move to take GMOs out of its products is a first for a major restaurant chain.
Contrary to popular belief, Polaris, the North Star, is not the brightest star in the night sky; 47 others are brighter.
“Goonies” locations and charm abound in scenic, sleepy Astoria, Ore., which is also near the end point of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Ronald Lawrence, who learned a strong work ethic from his parents, passes on those skills to black youth in the Pittsburgh area.
Hayley Stewart, 20, won the Dsenyo Design for Change competition for her designs that mix snare wire with semi-precious stones.
Uncertainty can exact its own cost as the push for higher wages continues.
About two weeks ago I heard the first turkey gobble of the year. It’s such a distinctive sound that even a child can recognize it.
Apps for encounters of the local kind are the latest to help travelers connect with a city’s residents.
Many options available to those who travel on their own.
Special fee for unaccompanied minors traveling alone on airlines keep climbing.
Eurail offers new options that open up free travel for children across Europe.
Seven Pittsburghers are among 48 Jefferson Award winners who will be recognized as super volunteers at a ceremony on May 4.
Visitors to the “We Can Do It!” exhibit at the Heinz History Center will hear the voices of Pittsburgh people who helped win World War II.
Plus, vintage and bridal trunk shows, a derby party, bespoke goods for sale and more from the Pittsburgh fashion and beauty front.
As Ultimate Frisbee gains popularity at all age levels, Pittsburgh welcomes its first indoor training facility in Larimer.
A coffee lover’s escape and a vinyl record hero are in the house.
Pittsburgh offers a robust community for Ultimate Frisbee players of all ages.
Now that the weather’s nice, it’s time to fire up the grill.
Contrary to Pittsburgh belief, a hillside with painted rocks is not a rock garden. Come and see what a real rock garden is at annual show.
The next owner of this 120-year-old Tudor Revival in Glen Osborne will appreciate the efforts of its past owners/caretakers.
Today we begin accepting entries for the 2015 Great Gardens Contest sponsored by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh Botanic Garden.
The restaurant that had been one of the pioneering businesses in the neighborhood's revival will hold its last service May 2.
The owners of the property where Kevin Sousa operated Station Street Hot Dogs have sued the chef and his wife for a total of $60,425.98.
The DelPizzo family sold the building, at 4428 Liberty Ave., to Herky Pollock, an executive vice president with CBRE.
Texas Tenors, Todd Rundgren, Andre Mehmari, Patricia Halverson, Scott Pauley
The Hubble Space Telescope was named after the astronomer who said countless galaxies exist beyond our own Milky Way galaxy.
Pirates slugger Willie Stargell epitomized the great Pittsburgh teams of the 1960s and ’70s.
Munch goes to Gianna Via’s and finds big piles of fried zucchini and lovely personal pizzas.
They are easy to digest, so they’re a perfect post-illness food. And they are a dieter’s dream — low in calories and high in fiber.
Partners are accepting offers for the Strip District business and its assets
The Northern Ireland native is the author of nine cookbooks, including “A Bird in the Hand: Chicken Recipes for Every Day and Every Mood.”
Pittsburgh’s soil and growing season might not be ideal for agricultural production — but perhaps it was ideal for producing Mon Rye.
Chris Fennimore is honoree at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh International Culinary School’s James Beard Culinary Tribute fundraiser.
Emily Catalano of the blog Good Food Pittsburgh is hosting a free food swap on May 9 in East Liberty: bring something, get something.
Craig McCloud is taking the frozen treats from the Pittsburgh Public Market and will be selling them from a bicycle-pulled cart.
How to behave at a baseball game? Let go of the online romance? Ask Natalie.
A protein-packed meal you can hold in your hand.
The company “cannot say with certainty” how the bacteria was introduced to its facilities, Blue Bell’s chief executive Paul Kruse said.
Roughly 230 guests celebrated the PBT’s 45th year with a gala, and a surprise announcement.
Fashion designer Kiya Tomlin, KDKA’s Kristine Sorensen, singer Chris Jamison and Pittsburgh Ballet’s Julia Erickson share their memories.