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Pittas are chunky, medium-sized songbirds with long sturdy legs, stout beaks, large eyes, stubby tails and a distinctive plumages.
All the flavors of Italy’s favorite salad in an open-skillet egg dish.
The husband should come up with more couple activities to enjoy with his wife to dissuade her from excessive TV binge watching.
Mark Oddo of East Liberty is kayaking down the rivers to Mobile, Ala.
Plus: Homewood Cemetery celebrates Founders Day and Friendship Hill holds a special tour.
Retired architect Sam Kiss put his Uptown empire up for sale: a loft above a storefront, six commercial lots and Sir Samelot.
There are now 100 stores in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, west Maryland, eastern Ohio and upstate New York that carry the name Shop ’n Save.
Aldo Sauro's card table at the East Liberty Farmers Market is an array of fava beans, lettuce, basil and raspberries in foam containers.
A sweet natural remedy protects honey bees from having their colonies collapse.
A handful of Pittsburgh restaurants are keeping busy as beekeepers.
Where and how couples are celebrating their wedding is evolving, giving them more choices to pepper their big day with their personalities.
The Cranberry-based brand is coming out with a line of shoes for brides. Part of the proceeds will go to the Wish Upon A Wedding non-profit.
Put-in-Bay is billed as family friendly, but I’d steer clear of bringing kids on the weekends.
In a GPS world, maps still have a place, experts say.
Candace Sarris, daughter of Bill and Jamie Sarris of Sarris Candy, wed Robert "Tino" Rionda III on Saturday.
Hive325 is the first urban apiary Downtown. It’s located on the roof of the Duquesne Club.
Hard-working, loving Dorthia Jackson turns 100 in Butler.
The ToonSeum and Holocaust Center of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh have produced “Chutz-Pow! Superheroes of the Holocaust.”