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More than 45 vintage powerboats will ’race’ from Wheeling’s Heritage Port on the Ohio River, just downstream from Pittsburgh.
Sharon Danovich's carefully designed vignettes made her the small garden winner in the PG's Great Gardens Contest, summer edition.
A new antiques show is coming to town at the Calvary United Methodist Church on the North Side this weekend.
For an antiques show with unique finds, head to the second “Antiques Reimagined” to benefit the Child Health Association of Sewickley at
A lightning strike in June meant the end of People's Food Mart, but the renovated building is back looking for business.
Dormont was incorporated on March 31, 1909, as the first independent municipality in the South Hills.
Grilled Dogs with Apricot Mostarda
A holiday meal made in little time, without any advance prep work, and with a few select ingredients, can be just as delicious.
For 10 years Dave Jenkins has been building a clientele for lunch, dinner and takeout at his barbecue spot.
Legume’s chef visits Eastern Europe and Russia to bring back ideas for Dacha, a restaurant he hopes to open in Pittsburgh.
The head of American Eagle’s aerie intimate clothing division talks strategy and shows off the latest store concept at Ross Park Mall.
Paul Gaudio is facing a Super Bowl-sized challenge: to make Adidas cool again in the U.S. market.
Greek antiquities crafted during the Hellenistic period shine at the Getty museum in Los Angeles. The exhibit moves to D.C. in December.
Dig at Lake George Battlefield Park, in the southern Adirondacks, uncovers fort's stone walls.
This year’s event drew 950 partygoers, dressed to the nines.
It was party central at Stage AE on Thursday night as 1,400 partygoers came out to Savor Pittsburgh and raised $85,000.
If we’re a nation of fatties, there’s only one thing to do -- get taller.
What to do in September? Ideas for events to attend, things to buy and films to watch.