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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.
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.
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.
The Post-Gazette shares gift ideas for beer lovers on your holiday shopping list.
Lots of seasonal music along with decorated trees and other events populate the weekend at hand.
The Post-Gazette shares gift ideas for the pets and pet lovers on your holiday shopping list.
Visitors literally can have a taste of the 12-by-12-by-14-foot gingerbread house when they walk through it.
Many TV fans like to have a tangible piece of their favorite show, which is just what DVD and Blu-ray releases provide.
From holiday tips and tricks to the best of city’s food scene, PGH Plate rounds up everything the Pittsburgh foodie needs to know.
Help grandparents and grandkids make new memories this holiday season with these gift ideas.
New books and music from Bruce Springsteen, Garth Brooks, Sharon Jones and more.
This fall, several new and refreshed shopping options have cropped up across the city, particularly for those who fawn over high fashion.
From Pokemon to putty, what and where to find the right gifts for the little ones.
You can find gifts with themes from the worlds of superheroes, sci-fi and fantasy from head-to-toe dressing to collectibles.
“In a Manger Lowly,” though recorded during the summer, has spread as a popular Christmas carol because of the nuns.
Help the burgeoning business women and men in your life look and feel their best with these gift ideas.
Another year, another holiday list of Christmas-themed shows.
The Trump-Clinton divide will carry over into the holiday feast for any number of families today.
Pay-it-forward programs happen in stores year-round, but they seem to gain extra momentum around the holidays.
Local beverage consultant Spencer Warren will run the space on Liberty Avenue, Downtown, through Christmas Eve.
Seven Springs, Hidden Valley are “aggressively” making snow and will open on Friday.
Black Friday deals start raining down well before Black Friday actually arrives on the calendar.
More than 80 New York City sanitation trucks filled with sand will be used along a 2½-mile route of the parade.
A complete list of seasonal events, from light shows to “Nutcrackers” to “Christmas Carols.”
Decent weather, stable gasoline prices expected to push the highest number of Thanksgiving travelers to drive more than 50 miles since 2007.
From curated couture fashions to holistic wellness and beauty products, these shops offer something for almost everyone on your gift list.
Pittsburgh Public Safety reports no arrests during Light-Up Night, which drew one of the largest crowds ever as a result of warm weather.
Neville House, the historic home in Collier, invites the public to “Christmas Through the Centuries” this Sunday.
Amy Roy, Jeanette Valentine and Dani Jo McLane expect to help over 300 people this holiday season with Neighbors for Neighbors.
Rock band O.A.R. and Pittsburgh hitmaker Daya headline the main stages.
The slowly improving economy could boost travel over the Thanksgiving holiday to levels not seen in nine years.
Mrs. Frick’s 122-year-old Christmas shopping list sets the tone for some of the seasonal decorations at Clayton, the Frick mansion.
Two homeowners have been hard at work for a month decorating their 5,000-square-foot, English home for the Symphony Splendor tour Nov. 20.
The tour consists of eight houses, including an 18-room mansion and a house decorated with an amusement-park theme.
Developer Core Realty is working with the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership to decorate windows at the former department store.