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Men who for months had been trying to kill each other traded gifts, drank and even played soccer on the no man’s land between the trenches.
The painting shows a Downtown street as it was a century ago, before construction of the current City Hall and Oliver Building.
Xante, the four-legged friend of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette newsroom, is missing. Can you help us find him among the Pittsburgh luminaries?
If you have a little anxiety this Christmas Eve, stay calm: A trove of gift suggestions awaits, starting with “cocktail kits.“
Many communities and churches produce Nativity scenes as a remembrance of what it may have been like on that first Silent Night.
Swon Brothers, Girl Talk, Harlan Twins all party on New Year’s Eve.
Aunts showed the true meaning of being “goodfellows.”
Drones, flying devices that often carry cameras and can be navigated remotely by smartphones or controllers, have “taken off” as gifts.
Santa, that bearer of gifts and magic, has had many names, nationalities and shapes.
Bethlehem, jammed with traffic, mulls digging a tunnel under Manger Square.
Try Pittsburgh Popcorn Co., Simple Sugars Scrub, Boyd & Blair Vodka, cookies from Merante’s, Hip Modern Soap and Reg Henry’s “Wry World.”
A record-breaking 98.6 million travelers are expected to hit the road starting today, and for the most part the weather will be cooperating.
The national Marine Toys for Tots Foundation sent a truckload of toys to Pittsburgh on Saturday.
The Steeler has been helping a Pittsburgh shelter and groups in his Florida hometown years before domestic abuse was in the NFL spotlight.
Add to someone’s collection with this Steelers, Penguins, Pirates and Pitt gear.
The winter solstice brings unexpected warm temperatures and not much chance for a white Christmas, at least in the morning.
John Davis is a volunteer at the Hill District Center for Nurturing Families. He could use a hand this Christmas.
Forty-seven percent of Americans give to charities during the holidays they generally didn’t support at other times.
If you know an adventurous gardener who likes to cook, let them try growing mushrooms indoors.
These suggestions may make life a little sweeter for the cooks in your life.
A belt made from recycled materials or a reusable lunch bag are a couple of suggestions.
Spending strongest in consumer electronics and home improvement retailers.
If music is your thing, you can pick up the 15-track CD “Chanukah Is Tops!” by Jewish recording artist Paul Zim.
Celebrating the rich, beloved flavor of gingerbread. Share photos of your holiday sweets with the PG.
Volunteers brave chilly weather to present a live tableau of the birth of Christ in Greensburg’s Courthouse Square.
“Hansel & Gretel,” a fairy tale for grown-ups, is one idea for the holidays.
You can brighten the holidays for underprivileged children with a donation to Goodfellows.
Christmas felt right amid dozens of cousins and other relatives.
From “Sons of Anarchy” rings to books on “Downton Abbey,” there are plenty of options for television buffs.
The store manager said the benefactor showed up at the Walmart in Mechanicsburg on Monday with a cashier's check that covered 100 accounts.
When hazards threaten to sabotage the holiday season, use these counter measures to ensure joy to your world.
Whether they’re training for a marathon or hoofing it to stay in shape, they can benefit from the latest gear and accessories.
Christmas will be special for children at the Robinson center, thanks in part to the generosity of Post-Gazette readers.
This marked the first time the free annual concert combined traditional patriotic music with Christmas and holiday music.
The demand for festively ugly fashions has resulted in unique parties devoted to them and more retailers that specialize in selling them.
Fresh popcorn, memorabilia, DVDs and gift cards are just a few options for the film buff on your gift list.
Vondra Henderson moved to the Pittsburgh area from Tennessee, and hers is the type of family helped by the Goodfellows Fund at Christmas.
The Toys for Tots program will hold open houses this week to distribute toys to parents and guardians of needy children.
Help the hunter or angler on your gift list to gear up right with something new under the tree since they can never have enough stuff.
Find the perfect present for that person in your life who is always on the go.
As evidence of the “War on Christmas,” Fox cited Pittsburgh’s “Sparkle Day,” an outdated reference to the 1994-97 “Sparkle Season” campaign.
Sony’s $399.99 bundle is a great deal that may sell quickly.
For the second year, Chabad of South Hills will mark the holiday with festivities that are open to the public.
Everything old is new again, and the new wave in fitness is home workouts.
For those looking to get more involved, a Bike Pittsburgh membership may do the trick.
The Goodfellows Fund has been a Pittsburgh holiday tradition since 1947.
Beacons are popping up everywhere, are they a shopper’s best friend or another pesky Big Brother monitoring our every move?
Americans will spend more than $58 billion on their pets this year, according to the American Pet Products Association.
Courtney Dutrieulle, 29, of Rankin struggles to make ends meet with five children under 8 years old.
Have someone on your list who just has to get the newest tech toy? We’ve got some ideas for you.