To gear up for the Oscars, three Pittsburgh natives who work in entertainment and fashion share some behind-the-scenes red carpet secrets.
“These horses give it their all. They work very hard and they need time to be horses,” says harness racing trainer William Bercury.
“We wanted the puppies to know they were wanted and treasured,” says Lynn Pilarski, who helped rescue four great Pyrenees puppies.
The Oliver Bath House, which opened in 1915, houses a 40-by-60-foot heated pool, and was the brainchild of industrialist Henry W. Oliver.
The three-story brick house with four bedrooms, three full baths and two powder rooms was built in 1906 for Belle and Henry E. Kinloch.
Ten projects have been selected as finalists in the 11th annual Renovation Inspiration Contest, which honors well-done renovations.
Students at Pittsburgh CAPA collaborated with the Post-Gazette to illustrate scenes from Sala's life and bring their perspectives to the story. [ "A life on the Hill: the journey of Sala Udin"]
The Steel City Pot Roast Stak and Philly Chicken & Waffle Fry Stak will each cost $15 at Penguins-Flyers game at Heinz Field on Saturday.
Revel also in spinoffs such as king cake cocktails, fries and salsa.
The menu for this meat-centric restaurant in Ace Hotel Pittsburgh saves the best for last.
Problems at the Butler Street restaurant included a rodent infestation.
Style & Fashion
Fall floral prints, texture, ‘90s references and outerwear for all occasions are among the top trends spotted on the runway.
From New York Fashion Week to Calvin Klein’s latest ad campaign, Warhol’s works are enjoying much more than 15 minutes of fame.
Starting this spring and summer: flights to Los Angeles, Dallas-Fort Worth, Myrtle Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Las Vegas and Houston.
Starting in June, Pittsburgh International Airport will offer as many flights to Iceland as it does to Los Angeles or San Francisco.
The Whiffenpoofs, the nation's oldest a cappella group, performed on Saturday night at the Heinz Memorial Chapel in Oakland.
The 81st annual Dapper Dan Awards hosted hundreds of sports fans at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown.
The Pittsburgh Reptile Show & Sale has been held monthly in the Pittsburgh area since 1989.
Jennie Germaine, who turns 100 on Thursday, “has a magnetic kind of appeal with all kids,” her son Anthony says.