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Zodiac signs help to shape the way you approach managing your diet, astrologer Judi Vitale says.
Whether the kids played through the day at Children’s Museum on the North Side by having an afternoon “Countdown to Noon New Year’s Eve” or
What you wear or choose to spend your money on can impact the environment, charitable causes and everyday people at home and abroad.
It’s hard to say what was worst about the year, but you can take your pick from among what’s here.
Hygge broadly means an approach to living that embraces the enjoyment of everyday experiences — anything from warm socks to a family meal.
Holiday events, concerts and a Messfest, all on the calendar for the last weekend of the year.
Nigel Hall Band headlines, with music from ViRage, Jim Donovan, Meeting of Important People, Brooke Annibale and more.
Historic Harmony invites the public to a daylong celebration that’s over by 6 p.m.
Post-Gazette photographers share their best images from this year.
Some gifts don’t come in boxes with bows, but wrapped in love. You can help these seven organizations change lives in Pittsburgh and beyond.
Can you help us find Nellie amid the Pittsburgh luminaries, past and present,celebrating the holiday season?
The Steelers will play their first Christmas Day game this weekend, and the match-up is expected to pack many hotels and eateries.
Irma Coy, 72, of the Hill District, fashioned an ornament that reminded her of the ones she saw on her tree when she was a child.
The secret to an ugly sweater is excess. If one reindeer is enough, put on eight. If one stormtrooper is good, seven is better.
In this year’s Christmas painting, German artist Ernest Fiene portrayed steelworkers heading to work in Jones & Laughlin’s Aliquippa mill.
Faye Cosby’s 15 grandchildren don’t want everything they see on TV — but they are grateful that someone thought of them, she said.
What's closed over the holidays.
Toys ‘R’ Us, said the changes are happening as toymakers and retailers alike are finally listening to customers’ demands for more diversity.
Did you forget to buy for someone on your list? Or maybe you’re just a procrastinator. This last-minute gift guide has you covered.
Lots of holiday fun on the schedule for the coming Christmas weekend.
A glimpse of what’s happening to ring in the new year.
Grandparents find that providing for a family of four on a fixed income is not easy.
For the caffeine lovers on your list, a few gift ideas to keep them in the beans.
Sandra Bardoner Rodenbaugh has given an historic mother-of-pearl Nativity to UPMC Passavant to honor her family’s ties to the hospital.
Whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah or the last Sunday of 2016, make a yogurt parfait that will appease everyone.
The first night of the Jewish holiday will be on Christmas Eve, and the eighth and final night will be on New Year’s Day.
A few ideas for what to get for those who can’t get out.
The jolly old elf won't be able to resist cutouts and cookies with chocolate pieces.
There is help this year, coming from the U.S. Marines’ Toys for Tots program and Marcia Carolina-Payne.
From pasta to pickles and from coffee to ice cream, find the perfect gift for the foodie in your life.
With a child suffering from juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and the baby unable to hear, it’s going to be tough in Kenisha Cephas’ home.
Help friends and family get set for the next game watch or make a statement at a holiday party.