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This week, we’re getting ready for Labor Day with vibrant summer recipes and cozy fall dishes.
Since 1894, southwestern Pennsylvania has marked the holiday with parades, picnics, speeches, fairs and religious services.
Playing at Carnegie Science Center, “Robots” explores the exciting frontier of humanoid robotics research; two of the stars are from CMU.
The center provides an indoor play environment for children through kindergarten age during cold-weather months.
The first 90 patrons on Sept. 6 will pay a 90-cent admission. Hot dogs, pizza and hamburgers that day will cost 90 cents.
The Duquesne Youth Athletic Association was able to repair the stadium grandstand with help from Sam’s Club and local businesses.
For 10 years Dave Jenkins has been building a clientele for lunch, dinner and takeout at his barbecue spot.
A little Blawnox bar makes big impression with award-winning wings.
The Allegheny Arsenal explosion in 1862 in Lawrenceville killed 78 civilians.
Companies have used packing materials to protect items during shipment for many years.
Rib fest at Heinz Field, Gateway Clipper is $1 for kids, final First Fridays at the Frick, make cool stuff at Festival of Combustion ...
The head of American Eagle’s aerie intimate clothing division talks strategy and shows off the latest store concept at Ross Park Mall.
At more than 5,000 square feet, the new BRGR Eastside location will be twice the size.
A holiday meal made in little time, without any advance prep work, and with a few select ingredients, can be just as delicious.
Even though the tomatoes are late this year because of the erratic weather, they are fantastic.
The seedless Cotton Candy grape is packed with the flavor of hand-spun sugar.
You could add oomph to your picnic table by making foods that acknowledge the holiday.
Spellers and the audience can win restaurant gift cards at “Food Words,” which will be held Thursday in Bloomfield.
The “GRAPE PICKERS WANTED” sign went up recently in front of the Johnson Estate Winery, just over the state border in Westfield, N.Y.
Whatever your view may be, there is much more to the humble pigeon than meets the eye.
Paul Gaudio is facing a Super Bowl-sized challenge: to make Adidas cool again in the U.S. market.
A man who wonders whether a former beau’s child is his should ask.
Tips from running experts in advance of the Pittsburgh’s Great Race events on Sept. 27.
After your run, wrap things up with a wrap full of flavor and texture.
Lillian Jeffrey, who sold produce for much of her life, lifts filled gallon water jugs over her head to stay in shape. She’s almost 100.
This year’s event drew 950 partygoers, dressed to the nines.
Deauville, on France’s North Atlantic coast, was once a favorite summer retreat for wealthy Parisians. Now everyone goes.
It was party central at Stage AE on Thursday night as 1,400 partygoers came out to Savor Pittsburgh and raised $85,000.
More than 350 guests came out to support the event which raised $100,000 for Alzheimer’s research..
The Aruna Project takes on sexual exploitation of women and girls, a human rights issue found around the world.
Wilpin Hall event brought attention to Animal Advocates, an organization that helps four-legged friends find their forever homes.
The awards, presented by BCC Ministries, honored 24 people from the Pittsburgh region.
Phipps Conservatory on course to plant 60 backyard gardens for Homewood residents in program funded by Hillman Foundation.
Welcome the new season into your sense of style with a few new things to buy, try and watch for this fall.
The steady swing toward “clean eating” has helped trigger an industry move toward cleaning product labels of unpronounceable ingredients.
Legume’s chef visits Eastern Europe and Russia to bring back ideas for Dacha, a restaurant he hopes to open in Pittsburgh.
Greek antiquities crafted during the Hellenistic period shine at the Getty museum in Los Angeles. The exhibit moves to D.C. in December.
As traditional congregations decline, some faith leaders are creating new venues of worship in unconventional spots.
Rev. B.J. Woodworth is a second-generation church planter, founding Open Door in Highland Park.
For Brian Bolt, the road to leading an ambitious church-planting network began in a bloody ambulance ride more than a decade ago.
Dig at Lake George Battlefield Park, in the southern Adirondacks, uncovers fort's stone walls.
Chances are good that when you step outside, you’ll hear nocturnal flight calls that help keep members of migrating flocks together.
Travel questions answered by experts.
The Old Sacramento Underground Tours, started by city historian Marcia Eymann, offers a family-friendly history tour, and an adult tour.
Native to clean, cold-water streams, the brook trout is popular among anglers and considered an indicator of water quality.
The Wilson/Barnes/Throckmorton Trio, PSO’s “Neighborhood Week,” and a Festival of Combustion all scheduled for the coming week.
Watching the races at the Pennsylvania Motor Speedway in Imperial is loud, dirty ... and a lot of fun. (Food’s good, too.)
Plus, charity fashion shows, made-to-measure suits trunk show at Larrimor’s, a workshop for models in the making and more fashion news.
Clare Horner’s winning Greene County garden was constructed with a backbone of hardy plants that survive nicely on little TLC.
Amtrak has not announced the start date for the service but a spokeswoman said it could be as soon as this week.