The United States Transgender Survey is the largest ever conducted examining transgender experiences.
The Justice Department says an executive at a packaged seafood company has agreed to plead guilty in a price-fixing conspiracy.
The Pittsburgh area is full of holiday events, including the PSO Holiday Pops concerts.
With his physical play and imposing size, Mel Blount served as the last line of defense for the Steelers during the glory days of the ’70s.
New Downtown spot focuses on rum and Caribbean cuisine.
Science shows us that a strong social support system is crucial in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Tap room, for tastings and purchases of pints and growlers, will be open Tuesday through Saturday evenings at the North Huntingdon brewery.
Controllers, virtual reality and nostalgic throwbacks.
This weekend, you can take a photo with the iconic vehicle at various Shop ‘n Save stores.
The North Side eatery was operating without a health permit.
Everywhere birds are on the lookout for places where they can find food, water and shelter before the cold, snowy weather sets in.
The culinary superstar will stop in Robinson to promote the latest addition to his book repertoire “Mario Batali — Big American Cookbook.”
Nut Goodie Tumbprints are made with cocoa powder, chocolate chips, maple extract and peanuts.
There are also activities for kids and cheese and tiki cocktail demos on the tap.
Companies offer ways to see, smell and taste Pittsburgh delights.
Pittsburgh-area bakeries offer the spiced cookie/cake in different shapes year-round.
For those who want to stay indoors but stay in shape, these gifts are worth breaking a sweat.
Three friends have created a a meal service that doesn’t come with a recipe card nor requires any cooking.
Restaurateur Brian Keyser says you can stumble upon interesting cheese pairings if you avoid hard rules.
However disappointing stargazing may be this time of year, you can still find interesting sights in the night sky even with cloudy weather.
From Asian to Latin restaurants and from casual to sophisticated dining, Pittsburgh has it all this holiday party season.
What outdoors lover wouldn’t love to capture aerial videos and photos in real time, viewable on a smartphone?
Can’t face the relatives during this stressful time? Don’t have money to exchange a bunch of gifts? Natalie has the answers.
Plus, GalleriE CHIZ in Shadyside unveils a shoppable jewelry and wearable art exhibit.
Once isolated by abuse, a Homestead mother and son are part of the Steel Valley Family Center and Toys for Tots.
WQED studios were transformed into a futuristic fete to celebrate the 12th anniversary of New Voices for Reproductive Justice Saturday
The Fairmont Pittsburgh hotel was the venue for the Season of Giving Gala to honor the late David Epperson.
The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh’s annual Ronald H. Brown Leadership Awards Gala was held Friday night at the Omni William Penn.
Catholic Charities St. Nick Soiree celebrated “It’s a Wonderful Life” in East Liberty on Thursday night with 250 guests.
Nearly 350 guests gathered for the first Green Light Gala supporting the National Alliance on Mental Illness Thursday night.
The annual Christmas Tree Preview Party hosted by the Women’s Committee of the Carnegie Museum of Art was held at the museum.
The South Side venue was filled with Broadway tunes at the gathering Nov. 28 to support the summertime musical theater company.
Even in the cold weather, Pittsburgh’s bike shops offer plenty for cyclists.
Once a favorite of television censors, twin beds are finding their way back into the guest and master bedrooms.
Tool tech gifts for every hour of your day.
It’s all about venison: from health benefits to the making of sausage.
Geek Girl Brunch is an international organization of media misfits with about 50 chapters worldwide and plans to start many more.
Some designers have said they will not dress the incoming first lady, while others have remained silent on the subject.
What is a rental car company’s responsibility when you reserve a car but there are none when you arrive?
Terrence Orr’s sparkling version of “The Nutcracker” for Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is once again filling the stage at the Benedum Center.
Emancipate poinsettias from foil wrappings and group them with complementary plants for a fresh take on this old-fashioned holiday favorite.
A Shaler couple move to Crafton and transform an old house and muddy yard into a showplace suitable for the Crafton Christmas House Tour.
It’s mostly common sense, but to keep your cut Christmas tree looking good for a month-plus takes a little effort — and a lot of water.
A favorite Italian comfort food can come in a bowl.
Kids love toys, and it’s hard to go too wrong for the 5-and-under set. Here are a few ideas for the holidays’ smallest consumers:
“Snow Day at Phipps” is the theme of this year’s Winter Flower Show and Light Garden at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
A lavish Palm Beach estate built by a cereal heiress nearly a century ago will likely be the new president’'s winter retreat.
Cecil Township was established in 1781 and has a population of 11,271 people living within its 26.4 square miles.
Interior designers speculate on how President-elect Trump might redecorate the private quarters and Oval Office at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
This North Side house is only three-quarters decorated but it will be ready for the Old Allegheny Victorian Christmas House Tour Dec. 9-10.