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The Post-Gazette shares a collection of ideas for everyone on your gift list.
About three dozen people gathered for a frigid noontime service Tuesday Downtown to offer prayers on behalf of the hungry.
Our favorite coffee-table books show living spaces that are bright, serene and soothing. How do I get that look?
Glass mushrooms, outdoor lighting, dinosaurs on the railroad are among highlights of Phipps Conservatory's Winter Flower Show.
After 90 years, family-owned Canadian Fur Co. will close its doors Jan. 18 when owner Keith Rosenstock retires.
Since the 1960s, potato sales have been limited to sacks of particular sizes: 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 50, 100 or several hundred pounds.
Where others saw pot roast, Tony Mata saw potential.
A review of five communities shows one in four inspections are late.
The residential district close to Downtown has long supported neighborhood restaurants, but now some more adventurous venues are coming.
Dick’s is testing some in-store NHL shops, which is a first for the league and the company. The experiment could eventually grow.
The family business at 625 Smithfield St. will close its doors Jan. 18 when owner Keith Rosenstock retires.
The recent death of a New York man while freediving in the Bahamas highlights the dangers of the sport, with some 70 deaths last year.
The airline industry is providing royal treatment to affluent fliers in the air and on the ground.