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More than 34 million will drive more than 50 miles this weekend, when weather will be very warm and humid with a chance of rain each day.
Lots of Memorial Day activities, Sandcastle opens and Rapper Curren$y hits town.
The Spring Fling Tour, a Real-Q mini-fest, Brazilian guitars and an Easter Egg Dive are all on the agenda this weekend.
Nearly 200,000 attended the parade in Downtown before the party moved over to the South Side on Saturday.
Under sunny skies, crowds jammed city sidewalks and flocked to an outdoor festival in Market Square for Irish music, food, and drink.
Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday, and officials ask residents to change smoke detector batteries when they change the clock.
Pittsburgh groups plan a weekend later this spring to help Irish-Americans remember seminal event on the way toward Irish independence.
Sarah McAuliffe-Bellin was stunned to learn she has been chosen to be grand marshal of the Pittsburgh parade, which dates to 1869.
Disney on Ice’s ”Frozen,” SUNSTAR Festival, comedy by Ralphie May and music by Three Dog Night are a few of the scheduled this weekend.
Frederic, the hero in Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance,” is a leap year baby. According to the story, he‘s supposed to be
We asked leaplings to share their thoughts on what it’s like having Feb. 29 for a birthday. How old are they in leap years?
Leap years are rare, but they’re filled with odd traditions and superstitions.
A Pew Research study indicates the youngest and oldest users are increasing their use of dating apps and services, even in Pittsburgh.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the Post-Gazette asked prominent Pittsburghers and readers to share how they met their significant other.
Pittsburgh readers talk about red socks and chance meetings in telling how they met their Valentine.
These Pittsburghers were bit by the love bug when they least expected it.
Lots of ways to spend that special day with your beloved, from music to dodgeball.
From prix fixe and multiple-course dinners to food and drink specials and brunches, chefs whip up heartwarming meals.
Teens celebrate Martin Luther King Day at Children’s Museum with lively discussion on an expanded menu of civil rights causes.
Tom Offenburger, Tony Waton’s great-uncle, worked as director of information for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
Long John Silver’s is hoping to capitalize on Lent, the 40-day season of penance and avoiding meat at meals, starts Feb. 10.
Since 2010, the county has encouraged residents to drop off old Christmas trees, which are then ground into mulch.
Jamie Dixon’s Panthers are playing perhaps the best offensive basketball of his tenure, and soon they’ll prove just how good they can be.
Under tradition, Coptic Christians fast for nine hours before partaking of the communion.
“The Wizard of Oz” a Twelfth Night Gala, Elmo and free flying birds all figure into the entertainment scheduled for the coming weekend.
Senior Nick Beers is leading a resurgence for Yough boys basketball; Alyssa Peterson starts in goal for Seneca Valley boys hockey.
A new brewery in Heidelberg shows great promise with both beer — and food.
The saxophonist steps out with new album and is holding a CD release party on Saturday
Fund provides holiday cheer to local needy children.
Carnegie Science Center lures museum-goers with the promise of slop, slime and a pie-eating contest -- no hands allowed.
The annual New Year’s Day jump into the Monongahela River by members of the Polar Bear Club raises money for Project Bundle-Up.
The celebrations swept across the globe as nations marked the last hours of the old year and the promise of the new year ahead.
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During December, Girl Scouts and their friends and families cleaned out their closets to fill hundreds of bags donated to Goodwill.
New Year’s resolutions tend to go in one year and out the other, but we can break the cycle of failure by setting realistic goals.
Here’s a quick outline to help plan a New Year’s excursion into the Cultural District.
The 22nd annual event is highlighted by the Wailers, Billy Price Band, fireworks, parade and more.
The watering holes attracted a group that ranged from night shift workers to people who drink with friends before celebrating at home.
One hundred merchants came together to make Christmas unique for a Belle Vernon man and his 2 grandchildren.
According to the National Retail Federation, nearly 40 percent of consumers returned a holiday gift last season.
These young people today are so smart. I must get with it.
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Take a trip down memory lane with these Downtown holiday shopping memories from Post-Gazette readers.
Artist Raymond Simboli painted portraits, landscapes, watercolors and the fiery steelmaking he saw in Pittsburgh.
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There’s still a little time left to shop.
It wasn’t until the 1800s that many more popular Christmas traditions took hold.
Lawrenceville native John Suhr is passionate about portraying Santa Claus, a role he has filled for decades.
Volunteers, clergy help inmates celebrate the holiday season.
Santa-Land, a cherished holiday tradition for generations of Pittsburghers. finds new life at One Oxford Centre.