Welcome the new season into your sense of style with a few new things to buy, try and watch for this fall.
Legume’s chef visits Eastern Europe and Russia to bring back ideas for Dacha, a restaurant he hopes to open in Pittsburgh
The steady swing toward “clean eating” has helped trigger an industry move toward cleaning product labels of unpronounceable ingredients.
Greek antiquities crafted during the Hellenistic period shine at the Getty museum in Los Angeles The exhibit moves to D.C. in December.
Clare Horner’s winning Greene County garden was constructed with a backbone of hardy plants that survive nicely on little TLC.
A family is looking for the next “curators” of the nearly 6,000-square-foot house in Bellevue with exquisite details.
There are two categories:
• Home renovation -- creative re-use of one or more items in renovation of one room or an entire building.
• Art -- creative re-use of one or more items in a two- or three-dimensional work of art.
To get some inspiration of your own, check out the 2014 winners and the 2013 winners.
Entry deadline is midnight Sept. 6.
The elegant picnic that began in France in 1988 will be held in Pittsburgh for the first time on Sept. 11 at a undisclosed site.
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church will host its annual festival featuring Greek food and music Wednesday through Sept. 6.
Owner Anthony Falcon tells the story behind the fast-paced growth of Gaucho Parrilla Argentina, a temple of grilled meat and vegetables.
Competition between Wawa and Sheetz falls along lines as clear as the Eagles versus the Steelers, with the latter shopping at Sheetz.
Style & Fashion
Plus, charity fashion shows, made-to-measure suits trunk show at Larrimor’s, a workshop for models in the making and more fashion news.
The store by Dick’s Sporting Goods allows women to put together a head-to-toe outfit with apparel, shoes, accessories and beauty products.
Dig at Lake George Battlefield Park, in the southern Adirondacks, uncovers fort's stone walls.
Travel questions answered by experts.
“Come Fly With Us,” a 1960s-style gala for the Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team, sends spirits soaring at Allegheny County Airport.
The ballet performance attracted people from all over who stretched out under the stars to watch a memorable dance showcase.
As traditional congregations decline, some faith leaders are creating new venues of worship in unconventional spots.
When he meets with other church planters, the Rev. Rodger Woodworth finds he’s old enough to be the father of many of them. In one case, he