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From prix fixe and multiple-course dinners to food and drink specials and brunches, chefs whip up heartwarming meals.
Teens celebrate Martin Luther King Day at Children’s Museum with lively discussion on an expanded menu of civil rights causes.
Tom Offenburger, Tony Waton’s great-uncle, worked as director of information for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
Long John Silver’s is hoping to capitalize on Lent, the 40-day season of penance and avoiding meat at meals, starts Feb. 10.
Since 2010, the county has encouraged residents to drop off old Christmas trees, which are then ground into mulch.
Jamie Dixon’s Panthers are playing perhaps the best offensive basketball of his tenure, and soon they’ll prove just how good they can be.
Under tradition, Coptic Christians fast for nine hours before partaking of the communion.
“The Wizard of Oz” a Twelfth Night Gala, Elmo and free flying birds all figure into the entertainment scheduled for the coming weekend.
Senior Nick Beers is leading a resurgence for Yough boys basketball; Alyssa Peterson starts in goal for Seneca Valley boys hockey.
A new brewery in Heidelberg shows great promise with both beer — and food.
The saxophonist steps out with new album and is holding a CD release party on Saturday
Fund provides holiday cheer to local needy children.
Carnegie Science Center lures museum-goers with the promise of slop, slime and a pie-eating contest -- no hands allowed.
The annual New Year’s Day jump into the Monongahela River by members of the Polar Bear Club raises money for Project Bundle-Up.
The celebrations swept across the globe as nations marked the last hours of the old year and the promise of the new year ahead.
New Year’s resolutions tend to go in one year and out the other, but we can break the cycle of failure by setting realistic goals.
During December, Girl Scouts and their friends and families cleaned out their closets to fill hundreds of bags donated to Goodwill.
This e-edition of the newspaper, will be emailed directly to all subscribers on New Year’s Day.
The 22nd annual event is highlighted by the Wailers, Billy Price Band, fireworks, parade and more.
Here’s a quick outline to help plan a New Year’s excursion into the Cultural District.
Take a trip down memory lane with these Downtown holiday shopping memories from Post-Gazette readers.
The watering holes attracted a group that ranged from night shift workers to people who drink with friends before celebrating at home.
These young people today are so smart. I must get with it.
One hundred merchants came together to make Christmas unique for a Belle Vernon man and his 2 grandchildren.
According to the National Retail Federation, nearly 40 percent of consumers returned a holiday gift last season.
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There’s still a little time left to shop.
Santa-Land, a cherished holiday tradition for generations of Pittsburghers. finds new life at One Oxford Centre.
It wasn’t until the 1800s that many more popular Christmas traditions took hold.
Volunteers, clergy help inmates celebrate the holiday season.
Lawrenceville native John Suhr is passionate about portraying Santa Claus, a role he has filled for decades.
Community events and news taking place throughout the North communities.
Artist Raymond Simboli painted portraits, landscapes, watercolors and the fiery steelmaking he saw in Pittsburgh.
This e-edition of the newspaper, will be emailed directly to all subscribers on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Fishing requires stuff -- and that stuff needs to be organized.
Can you help us find Xante amid the Pittsburgh luminaries, past and present,celebrating the holiday season?
Options include a goth party, a country party, a comedian, a tribute to the Meters and throwback bashes to the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s.
Why not spend that gift money at local businesses?
Over the years, visitors to the Washington County community of Claysville have admired the architecture of the historic Montgomery Mansion.
Someone stole at least 383 presents from an East Hills community center that were supposed to go to underprivileged children.
Charitable nonprofit organizations accept donated items ranging from paper clips to automobiles — in addition to cash.
From customized Terrible Towels to paintings, gift ideas abound for the ultimate sports fan.
Wesley Edwards uses his best elf voice to win the role in a national tour of a beloved holiday musical.
It might be cutting it too close to order something online, but there are plenty of local places where you can find ugly holiday apparel.
When a bank closed its doors three days before Christmas 1915, the move threatened the small accounts of thousands of school students.
Baking is a labor of love. Contribute to the cause with these gift ideas for the cook on your gift list.
Here are some live shows and activities to help the whole family warm up for the New Year.
From the search, to strapping it to the roof of your car, to recycling it, finding your tree can be a fun learning experience.
The annual display at Carnegie Museum of Art draws generations of visitors to its dramatic landscape.
Pawdentify pet tags, one of many ideas for pet lovers, are easy-to-read, durable and come in 20 designs, including paw prints.