The Rivers Club has undergone a big makeover and celebrated its reinvention on Wednesday night, Downtown.
Anyone who attends home furnishings markets can see the popularity of clear acrylic and Lucite in furniture design.
Quantum Theatre held a benefit dinner to support upcoming projects on Tuesday evening.
Get to know fellow Pittsburghers who have emigrated from different parts of the world and who are making a positive impact here.
Rounded windows and an aluminum staircase are among the unique features found in The Residences at the Historic Alcoa Building.
Many Downtown buildings are a testament to industry — steel, aluminum and glass.
Sweet potatoes turn up everywhere, as a healthier, nutrient-dense side dish at burger joints and swanky restaurants.
Tomanetti Food Products in Oakmont will likely be moving in the not-too-distant future, as new owners look to grow the business.
Bamboo Garden and Rowdy BBQ were cited for recurring health code violations.
Quick meals at Whitfield; Casbah’s “Festa di Pasta;” a food and wine tour of Lazio; a new outdoor lounge at Lidia’s; Wine Spectator
Style & Fashion
Plus, the Shadyside Sidewalk Sale is back, jump start fall shopping with Carlisle, the latest bridal fashions at Glitter and Grit and more.
As the lines have blurred in recent years between the realms of fashion and politics, it’s getting trickier to separate one from the other.
Fort Necessity National Battlefield: A living, evolving lab for historical research and interpretation
“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.
Where do Pittsburghers go on their summer vacations, and what words of wisdom do they bring back from traveling afar?
The Nigerian-born chef and activist spoke at the Imagebox in Garfield on Thursday to a group of Pittsburgh leaders over dinner.
Reading helps keep Dr. James Dornenburg healthy, while family, good food, wine and company are Mary Donofrio’s secret to a long, happy life.
Diabetes’ complex biology leads to confusion about what type Prime Minister Theresa May has, but it shouldn’t block her success.