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The King family, farmers featured on a reality show, serve super-fresh sandwiches -- for real.
The Hot Life will give you many ideas on how you can spend your weekend.
American Bantam Car Co. in Butler stepped up when the Army needed a motorized vehicle to replace the horse during World War II.
For the everyday shopper and the gourmand, Market St. Grocery offers a range of products at competitive prices.
Astronomers and art historians say that Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night” was based on his observations of the sky in southern France.
As a child, “Gone Crazy in Alabama” author Rita Williams-Garcia was always curious about family history and family secrets.
Dozens of Pittsburgh bars will participate in international charity fundraiser.
Kick it up a notch with homemade ketchup.
And Arts Festival time means a roll-out of new lunch options.
The Rev. Lou Vallone enjoys getting on his 2003 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Standard and taking on the two-lane blacktop.
The right blend of oil, vinegar and spices can elevate a simple bowl of greens from to a super-satisfying house special.
If you can't pick it in your garden, pick some up at the supermarket.
Her aunt’s dish was so good, you almost wanted someone to get sick so she’d make it.
Gretchen McKay’s profile of Carol “Dearheart” Pascuzzi in running for “Best Newspaper Feature”
The russet-tailed, spot-breasted bird described as the “American nightingale” is gifted with one of the most beautiful songs in the world.
Several new breweries to be featured, along with brewery tours.
Is your colleague slacking off? Ready for love but not sure what's next? Ask Natalie has the answers!
The bikes will be available for short-term rentals at $2 per half hour at 50 stations spread throughout 11 neighborhoods in the city.
Pittsburgh fitness experts provide training strategies to get ready for the MS 150 Keystone Ride in July.
In her latest novel, Pam Munoz Ryan uses a harmonica to connect the stories of three children from different times and places.
Remember your first summer job? The city is teaming up with various organizations to provide 2,000 low-income students a paid internship.
Here are a few must-have products to keep skin and hair looking fresh and feeling good before, during and after outdoor fun.
Plus, trunk shows galore, learn to sew a bag at the Children’s Museum, modeling 101 classes and much more in Pittsburgh style.
Quantum Theatre’s Karla Boos unveiled plans for the 25th anniversary season by inviting friends and supporters the Union Trust Building.
The seven women honored this year embody the values of the YWCA in all that they do within their respective fields.
Young Pittsburgh man puts medical school on hold to make a difference in the lives of children who have cancer.
Heinz Field East Club Lounge on the North Shore was party central on Monday night as more than 400 celebrated 40 years of City Theatre.
Check out more great things happening in the city!
This week, the golden-colored ringed planet can be found about 20 degrees above the southeastern horizon.
For the third year, Tamiah Bridgett will organize events here that carry out the meetup day’s mission to support and celebrate natural hair.
Tammy Hepps left a great job working with NBC in New York to pursue her family’s history in Homestead.
Through “I Care” initiative, United Way hopes businesses and others will keep watch on elderly citizens who may be on verge of crisis.
Where to eat and drink before and after a Pirates home game.
The temptation to rescue an “abandoned” baby can be overwhelming. Don’t do it.
Airline travelers looking to save money have a couple of reasons to cheer and one cause to grouse.
It takes about a day to adjust for every time zone crossed heading east, and half the time when traveling west.
Rauh Jewish Archives sets out on mission to collect small-town histories in southwestern Pennsylvania before they disappear.
If you want to really know the Harmonists, get crafty every Saturday through September at Old Economy Village in Ambridge.
Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra and City Music Center of Duquesne University are registering students for two new training programs.
Renovation Inspiration Contest | In a dark, "tired" screened porch, couple design and build a restful modern place for adults to get away.
A salute to summer starts in a salad bowl.
The Boruffs and previous owners have carefully maintained the 114-year-old home's charm and architectural details.
When moving houseplants outdoors, avoid sunburn by gradually increasing exposure over 10-14 days.
Dancing in the streets, Everybody loves robots, Babs tells it as it is, Honoring B.B. King and Fun-raising.
Bicyclists can ride an old-school locomotive to Frostburg, Md., then cruise back to Cumberland. Also, a fundraiser was held for the
From museums to a Robot Hall of Fame, the region is home to many hidden gems.
Two of the five women will ride from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C., and their three sisters will complete all or part of a 76-mile hike.
The market, which sells both farm products and crafts, started in 1976 and has grown to include 182 vendors, most of them local.
The Strip District distiller is set to issue its first bourbon next week. It’s the first Pennsylvania-made bourbon in decades.
The suit says Chicago American Sweet & Snacks sells cookies called "Smiley's" that Eat'n Park says are a lot like its product.