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The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh and Union Project host an innovative way to teach youth about the civil rights leader.
Featuring Jacques Torres chocolate and Illy coffee, it’ll be open through Easter and then it’s gone.
When making resolutions for the new year, set goals you can reach, and then expand upon them.
The bumpy road to a life in food led to locally grown ingredients, unexpected environments and a Highland Park restaurant.
From urging teens to follow a healthier path to strengthening the Pittsburgh Latin culture, here is how 10 people are changing lives.
Post-Gazette readers donated nearly $190,000 to brighten the Christmases of underprivileged children.
Eagles soared; street harassment sank to a new low; Michael Keaton hit it big; Pittsburgh’s “The Chair” and “Foxcatcher” were screen faves.
A guide to the New Year’s Eve celebration throughout Downtown, featuring music, comedy, theater, dance, games ... and fireworks, of course.
The students raised $23,000 this season, more than double last year’s total.
Drowning Clowns, the rock orchestra helmed by Mr. Smalls owner Mike Speranzo, play a show at the Millvale venue Friday.
Those who came Downtown to ring in 2015 found a variety of activities for all ages topped off with fireworks.
As a journalist, I have been graciously welcomed to document and examine the lives of others.
I get so much enjoyment out of taking interviews and sound bites of an event and turning it into something special.
After several years primarily producing videos for the Post-Gazette, this year I began shooting more still photography.
In the back of my mind, I always wanted to be a photographer, although my parents, like most, had other ideas about my future.
I've come to realize that interesting people, places and events happen everywhere, including Pittsburgh.
It’s the phone call every journalist dreads when finishing a Friday afternoon shift.
After 41 years as a journalist in Pittsburgh, you might think that there would be nothing new for me to see.
It is always interesting to look back at photographs you have taken over the past year.
After completing "The Evolution of Mario Lemieux" project, I had my hands on several different projects.
Looking back through the year reminds me of forgotten moments that I photographed. Some moments I will never forget.
Gary Rotstein and I documented several extraordinary and moving discussions between Joan and her family.
As a sports photographer on the sidelines, I often think “I hope the play comes right at me,” followed by, “I hope I don't get run over.”
When people ask me what my favorite thing is to photograph, I always respond that I love photographing daily life.
A long time ago, a wise mentor told me the secret of covering a county fair. "Big animals, small children," he said. He was right.
Here are some sparkling picks that would go well with fish roes.
Ring in 2015 with one of the world’s most famous (and feared) delicacies: lightly salted sturgeon roe