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Sunny brights and shades of flowery bouquets clear the way for paint companies’ colors of the year for 2015.
Despite a second incident at Frick Park, Pittsburgh is moving slowly on changes to off-leash area and rules on dogs.
“It’s fun, and there are so many people here,” said Leila Giles, 23, who recently moved to Pittsburgh from Los Angeles.
From online to in-store retail centers, paint companies want to help you make the right choice.
New home sales increased 14.1 percent from $64 million to $73 million.
A Second Empire-style mansion and five other houses will be on the Shadyside Splendor walking tour to benefit the Pittsburgh Symphony.
Local members of The Herb Society of America get the chance to strut their knowledge and cooking skills for Thanksgiving.
Local beer makers share some of their holiday traditions and recipes.
Pittsburgh's most delicious pasta can be found at Mezzo Downtown in the three-tier Sienna Mercato building.
ARDE was the only tenant for the showcase Federal North property, a longtime eyesore.
As of Friday more than 27,000 dolls had been ordered, Nickolay Lamm said.
Here are some fashion-forward (and affordable!) looks to keep you in style from Thanksgiving through the Times Square ball drop and beyond.
Smaller resorts aimed at families are important to the future of skiiing, which depends on beginners returning for repeat visits.
Here's everything you need to know about the region's 16 ski resorts
The Westin Convention Center became a fantasy island for more than 450 partygoers who joined Troy and Theodora Polamalu for a luau.
Roughly $27,000 was raised at the Art for Autumn luncheon at the Duquesne Club on Thursday to help fund the LHAS programs.
Audubon prints will be on exhibition at the University of Pittsburgh’s Hillman Library.
The PSO performs, Craig Ferguson hits town and Pittsburgh Ballet performs Poinsettias and Pointe Shoes at Phipps.