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From museums to a Robot Hall of Fame, the region is home to many hidden gems.
Heritage Players stages “To Kill a Mockingbird,” All Time Low plays at Stage AE, Sandcastle opens, and more.
The Australian rapper has proven to be a controversial, divisive choice of a headliner for this year’s Pride in the Street.
Combining interactivity and literacy, the exhibit comes to Pittsburgh after a year at the Tacoma Museum of Glass in Washington state.
These squishy little creatures may not be particularly good looking, but they are quite fascinating once you know a little bit about them.
Amy Perkins couldn’t be a nurse, but she marks her 100th birthday after a life of caring for others.
At the spring High Point Market, manufacturers paid more attention to the base than ever before.
It is too soon to measure most economic benefits, but couples say they have found financial peace of mind.
Seven Springs’ second-annual Mud on the Mountain obstacle course for kids promises a muddy mess for all next week.
Amy Schumer, Blackwing pencils, the new Kate Atkinson novel, Pedialyte as hangover remedy ...and PPG place is still great.
His kids have outgrown them, but they just won’t roll away.
A timed interactive art installation is a new feature among the fest's outdoor activities.
Children’s Theater Festival, Pittsburgh Folk Festival, rock band Primal Scream and Nitro Circus Live all scheduled for the coming weekend.
For nearly six decades, the Pittsburgh Folk Festival has helped people preserve their ethnic heritage.
A small corps of writers around the country have churned out a small library of books and blog posts, united in this single premise.
Four women share a century’s worth of motherly advice — and daughters’ heartache.
Lawrenceville artist Ron Donoughe to present yearlong plein air project “90 Pittsburgh Neighborhoods” at Center for the Arts
From galas to Vergara, here are 5 things we are loving this week
Hard-to-recycle items collected from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at Washington Mall.
Classic architecture should create synergy for Pittsburgh Fringe.
Local theater, Styx, May Market and a Pizza Fest all on the slate for the coming weekend.
The foundation established by the former Pittsburgh Steeler helps underprivileged youth with a variety of programs, all including education.
Juliana Kochis connected her church and the Ambridge Center for Hope to earn a Jefferson Award.
The project became heated last fall after Chautauqua Institution acknowledged that it planned to demolish the structure and build a replica.
River City Brass Band, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and IonSound Project are in town.
A house museum with one of the largest collections of a single artist’s work is on the May 9 Bellevue Live Worship Shop Tour.
Get with modern parenting: Kids must be scheduled every second, have all decisions made for them and never be allowed to fail.
The first of six Household Hazardous Waste Collections to be held Saturday at the North Park swimming pool parking lot.
Darlene Scalese of West Mifflin provides a fresh welcome home through Operation Troop Appreciation to veterans who have served.
Painting with a Twist, a national franchise that turns art into a social event, is thriving in the Pittsburgh area.
Chris Tucker, the Boilermaker Jazz Band and Alia Musica perform; Kennywood opens and bodybuilders hit the stage at Soldiers & Sailors.
Pittsburgher Damon Young runs the nationally popular Very Smart Brothas blog while navigating the city’s recent evolution.
Aspinwall Riverfront Park exists in large part because of the efforts of Che Esch, who cut lawns to raise money for the land.
Mariah Aquino-Truss, 9, of Patterson Heights, Beaver County, is a finalist for outstanding volunteer in the 2014 Jefferson Awards.
Megan Yunn, Jefferson Award winner, provides birthday parties for homeless children who may never have had one in their lives.
Ronald Lawrence, who learned a strong work ethic from his parents, passes on those skills to black youth in the Pittsburgh area.
Uncertainty can exact its own cost as the push for higher wages continues.
Seven Pittsburghers are among 48 Jefferson Award winners who will be recognized as super volunteers at a ceremony on May 4.
Visitors to the “We Can Do It!” exhibit at the Heinz History Center will hear the voices of Pittsburgh people who helped win World War II.
As Ultimate Frisbee gains popularity at all age levels, Pittsburgh welcomes its first indoor training facility in Larimer.
A coffee lover’s escape and a vinyl record hero are in the house.
Texas Tenors, Todd Rundgren, Andre Mehmari, Patricia Halverson, Scott Pauley