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Iowa artist and composer captures the sounds of Pittsburgh in an installation you can hear at Phipps Center for Sustainable Landscapes.
Carnegie Museum of Art to open new gift shop that will provide a new shopping experience.
Ribs and football, colonial crafts, county fairs and men with muscles on the slate for the holiday weekend.
A train station is a unique spot for a wedding, but it’s not the oddest location that locals have chosen to tie the knot.
A Pittsburgh-based artist channels his passion and life experience into his documentary, “Same Difference,” now in postproduction.
Some other options for couples who don’t want a traditional wedding reception.
What happens when 2,135 of your Facebook friends are invited, in real life, to a party? Charlie Humphrey found out Saturday night.
Can Google Glass transform the way we travel? Maybe — or it could be the 2014 equivalent of the Microsoft Zune
Local gymnasts thrilled to meet some of the best during P&G Gymnastics Championships at Consol Energy Center this weekend.
The time has come again for a journey back to a medieval world alive with chivalrous knights, fair maidens and Washing Well Wenches.
Shadyside ... The Art Festival on Walnut Street, Oddball Comedy Festival, Run Around the (Regent) Square, Pittsburgh New Works Festival ...
Hard-working, loving Dorthia Jackson turns 100 in Butler.
The ToonSeum and Holocaust Center of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh have produced “Chutz-Pow! Superheroes of the Holocaust.”
Associated Arts exhibition, hip-hop artist Chancellor Warhol, Lincoln Highway SupperMarket, The East Winds Symphonic Band and more
The batch of cray new words added to Oxford Dictionaries Online is a hot mess of definitions that capture the zeitgeist of today.
Fredia Hurdle, one of the plaintiffs in the case that led to the striking down of Pennsylvania’s gay marriage ban, died Thursday.
The many left-leaning governments in Latin America will not be easily swayed by U.S.-backed conservatives.
For 15 years, the Pittsburgh Cricket Association has been giving batsmen and bowlers a bit of the game they played at home.
When you pride yourself on getting through the week with the same $4 in your wallet, the living ain’t easy.
A marine sculpture that doubles as a shower at Jack Stack pool in Brighton Heights is focal point of a Public Art Pool Party on Saturday.
The Butler Farm Show and the Washington County Agricultural Fair are two of the events scheduled for the coming weekend.
Keeping up the annual rite, the faithful of Salem Homecoming Church will gather today in Ebensburg. A new generation is giving it a boost.
A doctor typifies the first wave of Vietnam immigrants to Pittsburgh.