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A belt made from recycled materials or a reusable lunch bag are a couple of suggestions.
Spending strongest in consumer electronics and home improvement retailers.
Pittsburgh Technical Institute culinary photo exhibit gives a taste of foods from many nations.
Celebrating the rich, beloved flavor of gingerbread. Share photos of your holiday sweets with the PG.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are loosening mortgage requirements, and the housing industry hopes young people will be able to buy homes again.
A Craftsman-style house in Forest Hills boasts lots of solid oak doors and woodwork -- even a water closet.
Dried versions of the fruits are great in the off-season.
Grant will help mobile grocery hit the road.
The best of Pittsburgh dining in 2014 includes the rise of international cuisine and a dominance of beer, coffee and cocktails.
Poros will offer polished Greek fare while Simple Greek (a revamped My Big Fat Greek Gyro) will go for updated fast-casual.
When hazards threaten to sabotage the holiday season, use these counter measures to ensure joy to your world.
Plus: See some chances for last-minute holiday shopping at trunk shows across the city.
An awesome land of extremes, contrasts and contradictions awaits visitors to India, a country of 1 billion people.
Airlines may start charging more for baggage checks or seat upgrades during peak demand periods.
Over the weekend, Pittsburghers attended parties in New York. Learn more about events and partygoers in SEEN column.
More than 1,500 guests attended the 116th annual Pennsylvania Society Gala which honored Jim Rohr, former chairman of PNC.
Holiday festivities galore, from the CLO’s “A Musical Christmas Carol” to “A Lyrical Christmas Carol” from PMT. (And rapper Bubba Sparxxx.)
Before Helen Clay Frick’s debut, there was plenty of family drama and a secret out-of-town trip.