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A water leak and a bare patch of dirt transform a non-gardener into a Great Gardens Contest winner for late summer/early fall.
Dahlia is a high-maintenance diva, but if she is treated well, she can be the queen of a fall garden.
A house in Brookline features new siding, windows, bamboo floors and heating/central air conditioning.
Pumpkin carving is a simple, fun affair for everyone to enjoy.
Lime sulpur spray and proper cultural practices that maintain the tree’s vigor will prevent peach leaf curl.
At Soba in Shadyside, Dustin Gardner has been groomed for the gig, carrying on Big Burrito's tradition of innovation and quality.
For me, it started in San Francisco — probably a mix of that gloriously extroverted city combined with my 23-year-old new-drinker self.
Don't be scared that it will take too much time: Holiday treats can be made quick and easy
The eatery has partnered with a food delivery service to ship sandwich packs nationwide through November.
FedEx Corp. promised shoppers on Wednesday that it’s ready for the frenzy set to commence the day after Thanksgiving.
Munch abides Beaver County bar with generations of history
Mandatory “etiquette dinner” shows Carnegie Mellon University business students how it should be done.
Pittsburgh Specialty Coffee Week event made art in milk foam.
Ten high-school students worked together on a film about food scarcity.
Two recipes that make vegetables the star.
Regarded as one of the most iconic photographers of the 20th century, Charles “Teenie” Harris captured all facets of African-American life.
October is National Apple Month — celebrate by making you own apple jam.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater’s “A Chorus Line,” New Horizon’s “Queens of the Blues.” Music: Boz Scaggs, Judy Collins, the Meat Puppets ...
Carnegie Museum of Natural History opens doors to the nightlife crowd with “Haunted Museum ... After Dark.”
The Steelers Style runway show celebrates 40 years of well-dressed athletes supporting the Cancer Caring Center and UPMC Sports Medicine.
A quick wedding during the Depression led to nearly 70 years of wedded life for Selma Breinig Worman.
Poblano chile peppers add snap to Italian pasta dish.
Divorced woman should sell the silver her former mother-in-law gave her as a gift years ago and not look back.
Fox Chapel neurosurgeon Bill Bookwalter finds his hives a sweet sanctuary from the operating room.
Roughly 300 guests helped raise more than $300,000 for the opera.
Andrew McGill and Andrew Rush from the Post-Gazette’s visuals department have been checking out haunted houses deemed the scariest.
Plus: the Steelers take to the runway, FGI Pittsburgh visits Ross Park Mall, Macy’s holds holiday makeup event and more in Pittsburgh style.
Gawker.com’s bracketed competition came down to Pittsburgh vs. Scranton. Pittsburgh prevailed with 54 percent of the vote.
Oscar de la Renta built an elegant brand that, in exclusive circles and small-town bridal salons alike, was known by one word: Oscar.
Ethnic Chinese residents comprise 40 percent of the population in Markham, Ontario.
Amachi Pittsburgh celebrated its 10th anniversary in supporting children and families of incarcerated parents with its mentoring program.
Roughly 70 guests came to support the film’s premiere and meet Victoria Nalongo Namusisi, founder of Bright Kids Uganda.
More than 235 partygoers arrived in style to attend the Lexus Executive Mixer on Wednesday night at the Rohrich Lexus Showroom, Beechview.
Turning 100 is always something to celebrate, and the Kelly Strayhorn Theater paid homage on Thursday evening to the former Regent.
Oakland Catholic High School, Heritage Community, Carnegie Library, Northside Common Ministries and City of Asylum host events.
On Thursday, a partial solar eclipse will occur over most of North America.
A chemical engineer with experience living in the U.S. and Canada gives high marks to Canada's immigration laws.
Incidences of sexual harassment in restaurants are everybody’s business.
Yi Wang started the business as a way for people to turn their favorite fashions from the past into something fresh and functional.
Pittsburgh has a foreign-born population of just 4 percent, while nearly half of the Toronto area’s residents were born in another country.
Oman, on the edge of the Arabian Peninsula, bewitches visitors with its striking beauty, mix of cultures and relaxed pace.
Sites in southeastern Missouri shine in movie “Gone Girl.” Cape Girardeau plays the role of the fictional North Carthage.
The steady rains that helped the vegetables made cutting and baling hay for livestock tough.
Wildlife biologists from around the world will gather in Pittsburgh for their annual meeting Oct. 25-30.
The Steelers are king in Pittsburgh. But many bars in the area are paying small fortunes for the ability to broadcast other NFL games.
Radio host Jian Ghomeshi, whose heritage is Iranian, is an immigrant who was born in England and arrived in Canada at age 7 in the mid-’70s.
A vegetable garden behind a Lawrenceville antique store is both whimsical and prolific -- just the way Bob McDonough likes it.
Planting annual flower seeds is an inexpensive way to get months of color in the garden.
Sparks will fly next Saturday as a team of ironworkers, sculptors and master gardeners cast plaques to tell the mill’s story.
Peach leaf curl is a fungus that can cause a tree to lose all of its leaves. Infection in successive years could doom your peach tree.