Kennywood’s walk-through ride is the only one of its kind in the world.
Pittsburgh Symphony performances, May Market and the popular Bed to Ten dance party are all slated for this weekend.,
Vision is one of the most common senses in the animal kingdom. 96% of animal species have eyes, but all eyes are not the same.
Frick Park provides recreation for hundreds of thousands of residents each year and remains one of the most vital urban parks in America.
If the doughnuts are well-received, Piper’s Pub owner says they’ll open a dedicated shop to sell Just Good Donuts nearby on Carson Street
Non-fiction writers read aloud and recount their struggles with mental illness in an effort to shatter the stigma surrounding disorders.
The New York company said today that it is closing 113 of its 739 U.S. stores, including one at Monroeville Mall, and all 41 locations in
The Pittsburgh Food Review site includes restaurant reviews, recipes, trends and unlikely discussions.
Pennsylvania winemaker Tony Narcisi says the state’s wine gets a bad rap.
Chefs cook for Mother's Day: Sydney Tyner, Pennsylvania winner of Healthy Lunchtime Challenge in 2015
I feel blessed to have a mother who makes steaks for me, says the sixth-grader from Ross.
Chefs cook for Mother's Day: Lauren Kudlawiec, runner-up on Rachael Ray’s 'Great American Cookbook Contest'
The Cresson high school teacher says her mother played a pivotal role in her cooking career.
The Pittsburgh Art Institute culinary student will be cooking for scores of moms on Mother’s Day.
Pittsburghers, who have showcased their culinary skills on national TV and contests, say their most devout fans have been their moms.
The owner of Josephine’s Toast in Smallman Galley says her mother has been her faithful cheerleader through the ups and downs of her career.
Make her a square-shaped Key lime cake or cookies or fudge that require only two ingredients.
People often report transcendent experiences, and mental-health professionals will discuss what that means for their clients.
Marie E. Horton, the widow of a Union Railroad man, turned 100 years old in April.
Next Monday, tiny Mercury will transit or pass across the southern disk of the sun.
The trillium you will see most often in our city parks in the coming weeks has three brilliant white petals that form a single flower.
Here’s some advice from a daughter’s perspective to mothers out there about this unique relationship.
Crowd favorites such as spanakopita, pastitsio, souvlakia , baklava, koulourakia and finikia will be available.
Disability advocates are hopeful that increased patronage will encourage more businesses to comply with the Americas with Disabilities Act.
Local public health efforts such as Healthy Start aim to reduce the rate of infant deaths and number of low birth weight babies.
Grocery chain recalls walnut delight and pecan tassie cookies over undeclared milk allergen
Carnegie Mellon University’s on-campus eatery reopened today after it was closed due to illnesses of 40 customers and employees.
The Harry Potter engagement ring made by Pittsburgh jewelry designer shows off the advancement of synthetic diamonds.
More great events to check out happening here in the ‘Burgh!
The August Wilson Center for African American Culture was transformed into a jazz festival on Saturday night, welcoming 700 guests.
The cakes by professional and amateur bakers were evaluated by a panel of judges who spent the cocktail reception tasting and note taking.
More than 330 attended the Crohn’s & Colitis luncheon to honor women who excel in Pittsburgh, raising more than $100.000 for research,
Consuming beer for a good cause drew nearly 400 drinkers to the ninth annual Pittsburgh Brewer’s Ball at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh.
Trace Adkins drew nearly 350 fans to “The Cattle Baron’s Ball” to benefit the American Cancer Society Wednesday night.
Time's ticking away to find the perfect Mother's Day gift or plan a special outing for Mom and other motherly figures in your life.
This new textile and home furnishings adventure began when the designer a saw a small red flower in New Delhi.
Carroll Westfall was still working at 90 years old restoring master works of art and was a decorated World War II veteran.
Aquatic wildlife biologists estimate an increase of 30 percent over last year for Lake Erie’s walleye population.
During the April 9 Mentored Youth Fishing Day, Paxton Thomas, 7, of Eighty-Four caught an 18 1/2-inch golden rainbow using paste bait.
For the second time in three years, the busiest public shooting range on Pennsylvania game lands will be closed for several months.
Lawrenceville bass pro wins his first FLW tournament by knowing the water and casting a lure the other anglers didn’t have
A Pittsburgh firefighter and pro-angler, Matt Stasiak weighed in a five-bass limit totaling 19 pounds, 13 ounces for the win.
There are newsletters, apps and websites that can help make the process a little easier — and cheaper.
Amanda Cochrane has had a hand in creating dancewear since childhood. Next weekend her costumes will be in a show at Seton Hill University.
Three physicians have spent seven years building the Journey to Medicine program, which is aimed at developing African-American doctors.
I just had heart surgery. Should I buy medical insurance before I travel abroad?
Since 2013, ski patrollers have volunteered at the Pittsburgh Marathon to help the medical crew that tends to runners at the finish line.
As far as the timing of the race itself goes, the schedule makers who set the start time at 7 a.m. couldn’t have done better.
He promises to keep the lessons his father-in-law taught him in a place where they’ll never be lost.
Families will learn about tiny migrating birds during special brunches organized by the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania.
Public service award honors Squirrel Hill woman as “a humble leader who works to build bridges of understanding among faiths and people.”
Started in Pittsburgh, the Black Girls Do Bike group now has chapters in nearly 60 cities — and Antigua.
This toasty cracked wheat pilaf makes it easy to go green in spring.