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The 460-acre garden in Oakdale opens April 1 with lots of outdoor family activities on the schedule.
Heinz, Kraft wedding yields some interesting recipes.
Get ready for the weekend with 5 Things We Love
Mt. Lebanon designer a co-winner of Renovation Inspiration Contest for opening up her mid-century stone house and making it more modern.
Say goodbye to winter with this green, spring classic
International series of “secret” dinners to hit Pittsburgh in summer of 2015.
Busy schedule of outdoor activities planned at Pittsburgh Botanic Garden.
Old house on Mount Washington offers walls of glass and three decks to enjoy the views of Downtown and North Side.
It's almost garden time, which means you'll be battling insects, diseases and animals. Here are some ways to fight back.
The outdoor dinners, in which patrons dress entirely in white, are held in more than 20 countries and 50 cities.
The new Twelve Oaks Restaurant & Tavern in Brownsville is an upscale eatery and boutique in a mansion in the historic river town.
Norah Carter, a fifth-grader at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School, won the districtwide competition with her recipe for Garden Pops.
Pittsburgh’s only Burmese restaurant, Royal Myanmar offers traditional dishes on a pan-Asian menu.
Allentown caterer Sweet Peaches! makes Sunday brunch with a smile.
"Smart Talk About Stuff That Matters," opening today, will also feature Azar Nafisi, John Sayles, Anthony DeCurtis and Tony Buba.
Community organizations are presenting a plan for Arsenal Park that has drawn critics concerned about pre-Civil War structures.
Nearly 47 years ago, a Pittsburgh team brought the city its first and only professional basketball championship.
Some migrating animals undertake incredible journeys over thousands of miles while others have a much shorter voyage.
PSO horns take center stage at the Pittsburgh Symphony, Barry Manilow hits town for maybe the last time and the Bunny Trolley begins to run.
Experts say you need not fear the cholesterol in this symbolic, versatile food.
After a fall left her with an injured leg and stuck at home, a Baldwin Township woman began to cook like her grandmother.
Mimi Sheraton’s latest book is her autobiography and a map of the world’s food.
Empty Bowls fundraiser is in it’s 20th year at Rodef Shalom Congregation in Oakland.
One of these will be our wine columnist’s house red this season.
Pittsburgh chef. Mike Campbell, has a quick chance to cook at West Point.
One of the first celebrity chefs made a big impression on that city and beyond.
Wilma Johnson Heutchy, who turned 100 years old on March 10, doesn’t have a secret to longevity. “It just happened!” she says..
Older player causes rift on volleyball team; dealing with a depressive family member can be tricky.
An easy, protein-packed lunch for runners-on-the go.
The collaboration brings NoWait to 113 new restaurants in 11 states.
In Pittsburgh’s parks, the tree buds that formed in the summer and lay dormant during the winter are beginning to grow.
Mark Zeff, who has worked with Hilary Swank and The Commoner restaurant, says staying on budget is like landing a plane on the right runway.
More than 250 supporters attended the gala that raised funds for the American Red Cross of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
This was the 39th anniversary of the Ireland Fund, which focuses on programs of peace, education, arts and culture throughout Ireland.
Fired up for a good cause were the nearly 200 guests of Ward Home’s benefit “Picture This!”
Stage AE event raises funds for The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center.
The Carnegie Library’s Oakland branch was lit up like the Emerald City for the annual Spring benefit After Hours Party, Yellow Book Road.
Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre and the Arts & Law Committee of the Allegheny County Bar Association presented “The Tempest.”
The waxing crescent moon will move across the sky from Aries, to within 5 degrees of Jupiter in Cancer Sunday night.
Adventures on the Gorge, started eight years to broaden recreational options in West Virginia, add features every year.
The festival will move to the Westin Convention Center Pittsburgh hotel and will feature a 78-foot “waterfall” of yarn display.
More than 1,000 people are expected to compete this year, which is up from five years ago, when about 800 participated.
Chris Cunningham has cooked for two governors, two senators and a king, now he’s private chef for the Chait family.
Recipe from private chef Chris Cunningham.
George Takei and John Sayles are among the minds at the Pittsburgh Humanities Festival starting this week.
Paskbord dinner features a buffet of Swedish specialties
Find James Bond, ‘Bali Hai’ scenery in Kauai’s proud, culture-rich Hanalei
Travel dilemmas: Make sure germs don’t hitch a ride on you during plane travel.
LGBT travelers face some of the biggest challenges, yet with a higher-than-average disposable income, they are avid travelers.
There are a lot of good reasons to take a kid fishing. To spark a lifelong connection with the natural world, build confidence, have fun …