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Vermicomposting puts worms to work turning food scraps and newspaper into organic fertilizer.
If you want to grow a tree that the dinosaurs knew, plant a dawn redwood (as long as you have plenty of space).
A 112-year-old house in Garfield has been renovated "green" and earned gold LEED certification.
As a former shoe salesman, he knows that helping women choose shoes keeps you on your toes.
A house in Brookline features new siding, windows, bamboo floors and heating/central air conditioning.
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation offers demonstration workshops, lectures and tours of Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus, old
Next week’s recipe throwdown in Nashville features four area residents and one who used to live here.
Fall edition of the event brings together 30 vendors, live entertainment and other fun.
The spacious venue in Mt. Lebanon leads diners down a road of Sichuan flavor, with eclectic choices, too.
Strange sights and sounds aren’t related to the drinks menu, regulars say
There will be two conventions here next month: the Pittsburgh Sneaker Fall Classic and the Sole St. Sneaker Convention.
Plus: Bras for the Cause at Hard Rock Cafe Pittsburgh, a consignment bus tour, Christian Dior beauty tips and more in Pittsburgh fashion.
September is a great time to visit the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone and Wyoming as crowds begin to dwindle.
Amusement parks have plenty of motivation to lessen waits, or at least make them less boring, analysts say.
Fashion show raises funds for Cancer Caring Center and UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program.
More than 215 guests attended the BBBS roast at the Heinz History Center and raised roughly $209,000 for the charity.
Dan Leary turns 100 years old, remembers serving in World War II along with his three brothers and his wife.