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This popular beer event — now in its 10th year — offers a selection of craft beers, food from top-notch Pittsburgh restaurants and music.
The Bacon Jams plans to drop the word bacon from its product name. Also vanishing is the sunglasses-wearin’, guitar-strummin’ pink pig.
Nonprofit Find Some Flow has filled a toy box with games, equipment and educational material to foster play between people of all abilities.
Cutting back on red meat? A turkey burger — one that adds a little fat to compensate for the leanness in the meat — is a fine substitute.
The North Side home where young Andrew Carnegie borrowed books and learned to love libraries is on the Manchester Home and Garden Tour.
Listen to the tales of Jacob Bowman, Charlie the shipbuilder and George Washington’s nephews in the family-friendly Brownsville Ghost Walk.
A stone house that was the birthplace of Philander C. Knox, a U.S. senator who worked for two presidents, is for sale for $124,900.
Thomas Brown, the borough’s namesake, laid out the town in 1785.
Former PetSmart chairman will take the helm at GNC. Shares in the vitamin and nutrition supplement business tumbled after the announcement.
Union accuses the airline of nearing the limits for man and machine as it pushes to improve on-time performance.
The Oil Region National Heritage Area offers lots of history, as well as extensive hiking, biking, equestrian trails and water sports.
The Fayette County Fair gets underway this weekend, kicking off fair season.
Lots of music from the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble to an electronic violinist on the schedule for this summer weekend.
WWI veteran, lawyer, high school teacher, basketball coach and astronomer Edwin Hubble expanded the frontiers of the known universe.
In June 1905, the world’s first nickelodeon opened on Smithfield Street in Pittsburgh.
Restaurant is an unlikely spot for excellent southeast Asian fare in Washington County.
New openings and Smiley cookies for weddings in this week's roundup.
Lawrenceville brewpub in a church is serving a beer dinner made by its original brewmaster and original chef.
The first-time event at Mon Wharf parking lot is a fundraiser to promote Pittsburgh’s riverfronts.
They are easy to make at home because all you need are alcohol, simple syrup and plenty of ice.
Whether they are brined or vinegared, pickles add plenty of punch when mixed in with dressings and salads.
The message and choice of designer for the first lady's dress make a statement about being inclusive.
Not all park names are immediately logical. Some of the city parks you love most have familiar names that may hold a bit of mystery.
Saturn, Mars, Jupiter, Mercury and Venus will be seen all simultaneously in the evening sky for the first time since March 2004.
Making time for yourself and setting boundaries could help.
Oregon-to-Delaware ride stops in Pittsburgh today to raise money and awareness for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Sweet potatoes turn up everywhere, as a healthier, nutrient-dense side dish at burger joints and swanky restaurants.
Get to know fellow Pittsburghers who have emigrated from different parts of the world and who are making a positive impact here.
Plus, the Shadyside Sidewalk Sale is back, jump start fall shopping with Carlisle, the latest bridal fashions at Glitter and Grit and more.
Where do Pittsburghers go on their summer vacations, and what words of wisdom do they bring back from traveling afar?
Quantum Theatre held a benefit dinner to support upcoming projects on Tuesday evening.
The Rivers Club, Downtown, has undergone a major makeover, complete with a more modern palette and individual meeting rooms.
Citiparks’ Cinema in the Parks, Poetry readings, Squirrel Hillbillies perform in Schenley Park, Health fair in Lincoln-Lemington and more...
Anyone who attends home furnishings markets can see the popularity of clear acrylic and Lucite in furniture design.
The failure of many municipalities to provide science-based stewardship of their wild places has led to massive
Darby Kreiser, just tagging along when his older brother took the state Hunter-Trapper Education course, passed the course himself.
Big brown trout can feed aggressively, brazenly -- even recklessly -- under the cover of darkness.
Boris Brindar has spent the past 25 years saving the art of Pittsburgh’s churches, historic buildings and private donors from destruction.
“The Great Meadows,” site of the first battle of the French and Indian War, is being restored to look more like it did in 1754.
In addition to seeing the reconstructed fort and battlefield, plan to tour the interpretive and education center and related sites.
Chasing Pokemon on your cell phone looks like a waste of time until you start thinking about the real monsters out there.
At the WearWoof shop in Ross, Dolly announces her candidacy. She may not win, but she hopes to raise $250,000 for spay-neuter programs.
A smoky, spicy bowl of summer’s favorite vegetable makes a wonderful seasonal supper.
Philly cheesesteaks, pork sliders, gourmet hotdogs and chicken tacos populate the table.
Bamboo Garden and Rowdy BBQ were cited for recurring health code violations.
Tomanetti Food Products in Oakmont will likely be moving in the not-too-distant future, as new owners look to grow the business.
Entries are now being accepted for the Great Gardens contest sponsored by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden.
As the master designer downsizes, he offers for sale more than 200 pieces from his collection of antique furniture and decorative arts.
Many Downtown buildings are a testament to industry — steel, aluminum and glass.
Rounded windows and an aluminum staircase are among the unique features found in The Residences at the Historic Alcoa Building.