“We ran out of space for a growing family,” says an owner of 24 Edgecliff Road. The three-bedroom, two-bath house is priced at $272,500.
Removing one long wall created a large, bright space that encompasses the living room, dining room and kitchen in a North Side co-op.
Leather tassel pulls and edging on the skirts of chairs and sofas are some of the ways that this Victorian favorite is hanging around.
The tiny restaurant features some unusual dishes in an attractive space.
A new Lawrenceville restaurant features burgers named after Pittsburgh neighborhoods and communities.
Dish Osteria — my “third place,” after work and home — is closing today.
Ms. Hegarty will head the Bitter Ends Garden Project, an urban farm focusing on open-pollinated heirloom vegetables.
Style & Fashion
Isabelle de Borchgrave constructed a paper gown inspired by “Portrait of Charlotte — Marguerite de Montmorency, Princess of Conde.”
Mark your calendars! There are plenty of stylish events across Pittsburgh to keep you busy (and fashionable)!
A balm for the skin and for Aruba was first planted more than 175 years ago, and continues today as one of the island’s leading exports.
As pet travel becomes more common, the amenity bar gets higher, with doggie spas,“Rover Reiki,” gourmet menus, and psychic readings.
Y108’s Wine & Boots Bash was held Thursday night at the Twentieth Century Club in Oakland.
Guests could take tours of the museum and enjoy cocktails during the 21+ event.
The Average White Band, the Terell Stafford Quintet and comedian Rob Schneider are on tap this week.
Steel Valley Trail Council’s April 29 bike ride on the Great Allegheny Passage Trail will stop at the Hays eagles’ and other nests.