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Pittsburgh’s Westinghouse Electric created quite the buzz at the 1939 World’s Fair in New York.
This month, sky watchers can witness a partial solar eclipse on Oct. 23 and Wednesday morning’s total lunar eclipse.
Allegheny Front hawk watch is a popular site for witnessing the migration and majestic flights of a variety of raptors.
The work of Pittsburgh artist Anna Mikolay brings a hallway to life at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts during the Pittsburgh Biennial.
Look for the celestial trio of the moon, Mars and Antares lined straight up above the southwestern horizon at 8 tonight.
The curiosity of a Washington County farmer six decades ago led to the discovery of the oldest site of human habitation in North America.
Carbon dating compares the amount of radioactive carbon to ordinary carbon in objects, helping us figure out how old something is.
Autumn presents a perfect opportunity to hit the trails by bicycle in Pittsburgh’s 644-acre Frick Park.
The official end of summer and the beginning of autumn will occur tonight at 10:29.
A century ago, Allegheny City was Pennsylvania’s third largest municipality, behind Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.
Never disassemble appliances such as TVs, monitors or anything from your kitchen, but many small everyday items are safe to explore.
A bird’s feathers must be replaced in order to continue providing insulation and helping a bird to fly.
Richard Pell’s disturbing photos on display at Pittsburgh Filmmakers of animals involved in biologic testing show mix of biology and art.
Before this lunar cycle draws to an end with a new moon Sept. 24, a thin waning crescent will sink past Jupiter in the morning sky.
The wildflowers of summer are browning and turning to seed, but a hike along Pittsburgh’s park trails will reveal a host of fall blooms.
The full moon that occurs tonight at 9:38 p.m. is this year’s “harvest moon” and it is also considered a “supermoon.”
The Turtle, made of bent wooden planks bolted together and sealed with tar, was manned and sent to sea to hamper a British warship.
In grade school music class many of us learned about a strange bird with a funny-sounding name — that merry king of the bush, laughing.
Blaine Siegel, one of the artists featured in the Pittsburgh Biennial, gets inspiration from the geometric shapes of Pittsburgh.