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Zucchini and basil combine in this delicious soup.
An office mate’s repetitive queries could be a red flag about her lack of understanding of the work.
Rebecca Svetina’s schnauzer, Casey,has offered more than 20 million YouTube fans a look at loyalty and unconditional love.
Clara “Nunny” Franceschini, famous for her Italian cooking, turns 100 in August and offers several heartwarming recipes for longevity.
Greyhound wellness and the day in the life of a racing dog are among topics at special Pittsburgh greyhound conference Aug. 2-3.
Mr. McMullan is best known as the illustrator of “I Stink,” the story of a garbage truck, but his newest work, a memoir, is quite different.
Joe Nocito Jr. and Alexis Wukich exchange vows during a lavish local wedding.
Wrist wear for men is a trend that is armed and stylish.
Plus, Pittsburgh Fashion Week seeks vendors, wearable art exhibit, FGI Pittsburgh to hold next meeting and more local fashion happenings.
Guests jived back in time Saturday night at the Fabulous Forties Fashion Show and Gala hosted by Shellie Hipsky.
Summer Safari event plays host to more than 1,500 guests.
Before the waxing moon completes one-quarter of its journey around Earth, it will pass Spica and Mars and be in position to pass Saturn.
Rose Ann Milbert, a nurse at Magee-Womens Hospital, repurposes wedding dresses into angel gowns for families who‘ve lost a baby.
Madrid offers old Castilian architecture and traditions with a modern twist, enjoyed best with a side of paella and a pitcher of sangria.
The new cafe at Google is the best restaurant you‘ll never go to in Pittsburgh.
The Pittsburgh Google offices mix play and whimsy with work.
“Unhappy Cities,” published this month by the National Bureau of Economic Research ranks Pittsburgh behind only New York City.
The Gorges du Verdon, near Provence, has outdoor challenges for all experience levels.
On-time performance of Southwest Airlines, the nation’s largest domestic carrier has deteriorated over the past year,
To make room for two vintage pianos, a couple moved to Brentwood and restored an Arts & Crafts-style house.
Naturalist Bill Paxton depicts not just the anatomy but a bit of the soul of plants in exhibition at Phipps Garden Center in Shadyside.
Riding an old bike is a great way to stay in shape -- just don’t plan on making a fast escape.
Amanda Brown of Spruce Upholstery has created the ultimate DIY guide to making over your furniture.
It may be the end of an all-American, breakfast-eating, mimosa-drinking era. Orange juice is becoming passe, according to Nielsen data.
Holes in sweetbay magnolia leaves are probably the work of yellow poplar weevils. The good news is that the damage is mostly cosmetic.
Built in 1860, 500 Friday Street in Shaler offers a historic, colonial atmosphere.
City and neighborhood leaders envision a dramatic transformation into a park-like expanse including a soccer field and a trail.
Household chemicals collection set next Saturday in Plum, Manchester House + Garden Tour on Aug. 3, Downtown walking tour Wednesday.
There are some rough spots and a lack of local knowledge, but the Redbank Valley Trails have a chance to be real gems.
Studios, fabrics, supplies and classes in upholstery
After 37 years, D’Imperio’s Restaurant in Wilkins will close next weekend.
With double the space and a new dining room, Penn Ave. Fish Co. in the Strip District is a fresh catch.
Zelienople brewpub offers good beer and food with a side of neighborhood love.
Grilled pizza continues to grow in popularity with home cooks as they realize how easy it is to make pies on a gas or charcoal grill.
A roundup of events scheduled around town over the weekend.
Eight grandkids plus seven smoothies equals a big mess -- and great memories.
Wielding flour and an ax, Chatham food-studies student helps build a new community oven in Braddock.
Our columnist is making pickles by the bushel, and her homegrown cukes are next.
Building and exploring ramps with your child is easy and provides a great opportunity for preschool engineering and problem solving.
The real Johnny Appleseed was a man named John Chapman who frequented Western Pennsylvania.
Slow Food Pittsburgh is sending two local cheesemongers to the American Cheese Society conference in Sacramento July 29 to Aug. 1.
‘Pickle whiz’ will lead Greenfield party and participants can take pickles home.
Boozy baked dessert is a different way to mark National Margarita Day today.
Columnist Rebecca Sodergren tries a family recipe for Chicken Green Curry that will be served at a multi-ethnic food fest in Bridgeville.
The local startup Go Shout Love’s main platform is Instagram, which allows the company to connect with families and vendors.
Pizza on the grill continues to be one of summer‘s hottest, and tastiest, trends.
What hatches out of a bird’s egg can be homely and helpless or capable and cute, depending on what kind of bird it is.
Prince George, heir to the British throne after his father and grandfather, celebrates his birthday today.
The executive chef of The Commoner and The Commoner Corner will be Dennis Marron, who comes from Poste Modern Brasserie in D.C.
Delicately and diplomatically tell office mate co-worker her scent is overpowering.