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The plan is running into opposition from residents concerned about noise and smells, or unwilling to move to make way for the building.
The European Union contends that such American-made products are shadows of the original European varieties.
Extreme pogo jumpers will come to Pittsburgh for the EQT Three Rivers Regatta.
A few scallops go a long way in this easy, elegant seafood dish from Irish chef Kevin Dundon.
Rachel Renee Russell, author of the "Dork Diaries," will speak Sunday in Carnegie Library Lecture Hall in Oakland.
Women's History Month is the perfect time to share a book with a child and learn more about remarkable women who have made a huge impact.
PGU is a joint program of the Post-Gazette and the Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh, which represents newsroom staff at the paper.
Share your experience with the blood clot disorder with family members, then let them decide whether to be tested.
The 2014 spring semester provides a diverse offering of classes.
Owners James and Karin Legato helped elevate Pittsburgh's status on the international style scene with hand-picked, high-end fashions.
More than 700 guests attended the Mardi Gras Gala held at the Westin Downtown.
Plus, new stores arrive at Tanger Outlets, St. Patrick's Day gear at Fifth Avenue Place, affordable options for kids' clothing and more.
Homeless Children's Education Fund (HCEF) celebrated its 15th annual Champions for Children Benefit.
The Lexus Club at PNC Park hosted Larry's Hometown Heroes on Thursday where five local individuals were honored.
The PPG Wintergarden welcomed an estimated 500 guests to partake in the 12th annual Sisters Place's Wine Tasting Event.
The benefit aids the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and Just Harvest.
The 17th annual CLO Ambassadors Wine Tasting & Silent Auction at Duquesne Club on Friday welcomed more than 400 guests.
An antique show preview party at the Oakmont County Club helped to benefit the Kerr Memorial Museum.
The event, which supported Cribs for Kids, honored 24 inspiring women in the city.
After Hours @ the Library partnered with the Symphony for a fantastic night!
It was a night of fun and games at the Jewish Community Center, and all for a good cause.
As our sun makes its yearly trek through the ecliptic, it can always be found in one of the constellations of the zodiac.
The adoption of a dog leads to a good lesson in life. Sometimes things don't turn out the way you thought they would. They turn out better.
A bald eagle family has become a video sensation. Wildlife experts applaud the public interest but warn against getting too attached.
After Katie Johnson lost her home and sister to fire, her Hill District neighbors have been doing their part to lift and heal her spirit.
Kings restaurant chain orders up less boring comfort food and sends out its Taste Buds to market the change.
Here are some of the accessory trends for spring expected to heat up wardrobes once the snow is gone for good.
The Virginia Glee Club, comedian/actor Frank Caliendo, The Pittsburgh Sneaker Convention, cyber symposium on jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams.
Charleston restaurants fill high expectations in the Lowcountry.
The federal shutdown in October caused dramatic losses for the national park system.
As the popularity of wood-burning ovens has grown, city inspectors have questioned their safety.
The back story on why airfares vary widely and you can't predict when they'll go up or down or sideways.
The more compact stature and rounder curves of "average Barbie" look like a healthier version of the female form to many.
Kitchen and bath makeovers are excellent examples of what can be accomplished while staying within the footprint of a 125-year-old house.
The hottest peppers are easy to grow with a little patience.
Cesar Millan of "Dog Whisperer" fame tackles toughest dogs -- and owners -- in new show "Cesar 911."
Homes columnist Peter McKay is back, and his selfie is begging for a few "likes."
Full slate of beer, food samples and appearances by chefs, bankers, jazz musicians and many more at Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show.
At the Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show, Dr. Lori will appraise one of your objects for free
Orchid Society brings annual show to Phipps Garden Center on March 15-16.
Bell Acres property has beautiful views, open floorplan and an extra lot for $235,000.
The World Meeting of Families is expected to draw huge crowds to Philadelphia in 2015.
Chris Dilla said she wants to have a community tap selection of craft beers at her North Fayette and Beaver County restaurants.
At Sushi Fuku, you pick toppings or stuffings served on a salad, in a bowl or in a sushi roll and your meal moves along an assembly line.
Pittsburghers are ready for Grit & Grace and its menu of dim sum and other offerings, including braised goat.
One for you, one for me: This is a winter layer cake to be shared.
Before you toss your empty plastic bottles in the recycling bin, try repurposing them as sensory bottles for experiments.
One of the greatest female athletes in Western Pennsylvania history, Swintayla "Swin" Cash has achieved extraordinary success in basketball.
This time of year, you can find maple events all over the region.
Sweet Traditions maple sugar house and temporary restaurant carries on a northwestern Pennsylvanian way of winter life.