About 4 percent of adults over 35 plan to wear a political costume this Halloween, the third most popular variety for older adults.
The American Academy of Pediatrics today issues its first update of safe-sleep guidelines in five years.
A daughter takes pleasure when the luggage is on the other foot.
Survival classes at Pittsburgh-area REI stores aim to prepare you for the undead ... or other urban disasters.
Golden retrievers have been deployed to soothe families from the Sandy Hook school shooting to the Orlando nightclub massacre.
Trump masks are outselling the Hillary masks 3-1, according to one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of Halloween costumes.
Pork or beef, either is fine for Helen Struzzi Collins, who worked as a coil winder on Westinghouse transformers in the 1930s.
“Viola” DiDomenicis Colamarino, marched in the Columbus Day parade, and National Honor Society member Lorna Wheeler Krzton mark 100.
Pupalooza is one of the events held by the Pet Ministry at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Upper St. Clair.
The Mason-Dixon Line may have nothing to do with the Civil War, but passions on both sides have led to two parks just 1½ miles apart.
Everyone knows the most famous border in the United States, but much of what people know is wrong.
The legendary singer-songwriter revolutionized the culture in the ‘60s and continued to reinvent himself.
Disney for the kiddies, and Rocky Horror for the 21+ crowd, along with musician Sturgill Simpson and Patrizio Buanne, peform this weekend.
A German company gets its specimens from donors who consent to have their bodies preserved in this manner for medical education.
The Carnegie Science Center exhibit focuses on the workings of the brain and central nervous system, heart, lungs, bones, muscles and more
Whether it’s a note to your future self, a cracked garden gnome or a photo, the Museum of Broken Relationships wants symbols of your loss.
A program pushed by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership uses the Grim Reaper to warn people about using phones while crossing streets.
As the nation cringes its way to an election with the real White House as the prize, other ZIP codes can’t seem to stand the place.
The project that records stories of everyday Americans hopes to collect 135 interviews in Western Pennsylvania.
A look at the real estate empire of Priory Hospitality Group, which expanded its holdings and will more than double its employees by 2018.
North Side’s Priory Hospitality Group expands by purchasing two restored, historic properties called in Shadyside.
The question isn’t whether he can fit into his tuxedo. It’s what might happen if he eats anything at the reception.
The team behind Brew: The Museum of Beer will be in attendance from 6 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 19 at the James Street Gastropub on the North Side.
During fall and spring migrations, Pennsylvanians gather at hawk watching sites to count birds and enjoy the majestic raptors.
This weekend’s encampment is more of a walk through the military culture of the 1860s led by re-enactors in period attire.
St. Augustine Plaza residents raise thousands so Susan DeStasio’s daughter could visit her cancer-stricken mother.
Pittsburgh’s favorite haunts as well as a few family-friendly autumn festivities, concerts and parties.
These folks aren’t afraid of the dark in a haunted warehouse and almost never miss a day of work. Meet Pittsburgh’s creepiest crew.
After tearful, 5-minute search, Andrew Fox successfully proposes to his girlfriend.
Saturday event helps you connect to two state parks and a state forest on a scenic byway and two historic roads.
The Finleyville resident has performed on and off since his teenage years. At his 100th birthday party, he did his George Burns impression.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is first local group to join Department of Homeland Security’s “See Something, Say Something” safety program.
There are those who take the event seriously, but for many, the 5K and 10K events are all about having a good time.
Schell Games launches Happy Atoms, a next-generation chemistry set designed to make molecular science accessible and fun.