Signs were posted Sunday at the company’s restaurants in Wexford, Bridgeville, Imperial, Harmarville, and Altoona.
This week’s installment included the Glass Slipper Ball which took place on Saturday night at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Cranberry.
More than 200 guests donning their best black tie attended the annual event.
Farm to Table Pittsburgh is now in its 11th year at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center on Saturday.
Guests took a journey through time on Saturday night at the UPMC Children’s Ball: Dino Bash.
The Carnegie Museum of Art held a private event to preview “Shaping a Modern Legacy: Karl and Jennifer Salatka Collect” on Friday night.
The Ace Hotel Pittsburgh was the place to be #SEEN on Friday night as the Carnegie Museum of Art hosted an Iris van Herpen fashion show.
Pittsburgh’s drag queens went to the dogs during the sixth annual B*tches Ball at the Pittsburgh Opera Thursday night.
Here’s a look into how Vogue evolved over the years, its Pittsburgh ties and ways its readers can follow the anniversary festivities.
The popular South Side restaurant will close its doors on April 22 after 17 years in business.
While hunters and commercial deer farm operators have shown concern, CWD hasn’t caught the attention of Pennsylvania’s 6 million voters.
Hosted by TU instructors Rob Reeder and Scott Loughner, the program includes equipment, knots, flies and fly casting.
Use a poorly tied knot and that fish becomes the one that got away, leaving nothing but the weak knot’s curly remains.
New tracking technology helps travelers keep track of their bags through their smartphone and other methods.
Under the direction of a chef with Pittsburgh ties, Sweet Home Cafe in Washington, D.C., highlights diversity of food in the U.S.
Co-founders Erin Drischler and Jordan Tomb work with treatment facilities to provide outgoing patients with new clothing.
Hyla Urbany of Shadyside is a dating coach who helps men create engaging profiles to increase their likelihood of finding dates.
Shabbat 1000 brings together area college students, dignitaries for celebration of Jewish ritual meal
“The idea of the Sabbath is it should bring peace and unity in the world,” said Sara Weinstein, co-director of Chabad House on Campus.
Viewing starts for spring star parties at 7:40 p.m. March 31 and April 1 at the observatory at Deer Lakes Park in Frazer.
Older adults with heart disease would benefit from emphasis on physical activity, says new statement from the American Heart Association.
Rachael Carson Trail Conservancy will give you a patch for walking 100 miles on its trail system over the course of one year.
The company that runs brewery tours in Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia and other cities is adding daily $99 tours with a meal here.
A quick and nutritious stir-fry marries green beans, pork and garlic
The Pittsburgh Redbud Project continues to plant and maintain native trees along the city’s riverfronts for a bloom of spring color.
The action appears to be the first evidence of the “extreme vetting” President Donald Trump promised during the presidential campaign.
The Brightwood Civic Group will hold an open house from 1-4 p.m. Sunday at 1136 Woodland and a homebuyer workshop/lunch from noon-1:30 p.m.
This Penn Hills home is conveniently located near Interstate 376, Rodi Road and the Waterworks Mall near Aspinwall.
Landscape designer Larry Weaner suggests choosing plants that outcompete weeds, then cutting down the leafy invaders before they set seed.
Older adults with heart disease would benefit from emphasis on physical activity, said a new statement from the American Heart Association.
The popular pastry shop that started in Lawrenceville will now have four times the production space with the new location.
It was the second time in 15 months that an alert was posted at the Oakland eatery.
StarKist unveils five new flavors of its tuna in a pouch as it aims to reach customers looking for different flavors and convenience.
Rachel Carson’s love of nature and passion for biology inspired the Western Pennsylvania native to change the world.
Pittsburgh Symphony performances, Alabama indie-rocker Waxahatchee, Cold War Kids and Chuck Prophet are on the list of weekend performances.
As you declutter, and defunk your abode, consider two common ingredients found in the kitchen: baking soda and vinegar.
The festival is presented by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center of CMU in the Cultural District and Oakland venues.
Curries and noodles capture the delightful essence and aroma of Thai flavors at neighborhood restaurant.
New Downtown Pittsburgh spot offers Italian with fun and flair.
Intelligence shows that the extremists are developing a bomb hidden in portable electronics.
Designs by local artisans inspired by Iris van Herpen will appear at runway show at Ace Hotel Pittsburgh on Friday.
Sandwiches can be served hot or cold but need to be loaded with filling.
Toss in asparagus, edamame, leeks, dill and pistachios, and don’t worry about how much.
Event will feature sampling of foods, beer and spirits, demos and speakers at the convention center Downtown.
Conscious restaurants practice root-to-stem and nose-to-tail cooking.
Resist temptation, freeze foods, be creative and always consider donating.
At a time when one in eight families struggles to put dinner on the table, 40 percent of the food produced in the country never gets eaten.
Township’s third brewery and tasting room is next door to Inferno Pizza, Pasta & Wings Restaurant, which delivers customers’ food orders.
The items temporarily barred from being part of carry-on luggage include laptops, iPads, cameras and some other devices.
This week, Leo, the dominant constellation of spring, can be located above the eastern horizon.