Hyla Urbany of Shadyside is a dating coach who helps men create engaging profiles to increase their likelihood of finding dates.
Shabbat 1000 brings together area college students, dignitaries for celebration of Jewish ritual meal
“The idea of the Sabbath is it should bring peace and unity in the world,” said Sara Weinstein, co-director of Chabad House on Campus.
Viewing starts for spring star parties at 7:40 p.m. March 31 and April 1 at the observatory at Deer Lakes Park in Frazer.
Older adults with heart disease would benefit from emphasis on physical activity, says new statement from the American Heart Association.
The Pittsburgh Redbud Project continues to plant and maintain native trees along the city’s riverfronts for a bloom of spring color.
Older adults with heart disease would benefit from emphasis on physical activity, said a new statement from the American Heart Association.
The festival is presented by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center of CMU in the Cultural District and Oakland venues.
Singer opens up about her sexuality and struggles while growing up within a fundamentalist Christian family.
On Monday, eligible participants have a shot at 258 rare bottles with one caveat: Thou shalt not resell.
Fight over lavish multi-day ceremony and reception for Washington A-listers and LA celebrity wedding planner has become tabloid fodder.
The University of Pittsburgh plans to use its research and resources to develop community programs to inspire healthier lifestyle practices.
What’s the use of having a perfect white bed if you have to play second fiddle to a small smelly animal?
With the weather warming and the vernal equinox making Monday the first day of spring, life is stirring in these temporary ponds.
Women don’t follow a healthy diet, reports a nationwide study of pregnant women, led by the Pitt Graduate School of Public Health.
The Home Show continues, Kid Koala hits town, Celtic troubadour Keith Harkin performs, and the annual orchid show springs to life.
In dealing with anxieties, facing up to your fears might be the healthiest approach, according to paper by CMU’s George Loewenstein.
Five-year-old Grace Fetterman didn’t understand why none of her dolls resembled her Muslim friends. Now, her mom makes doll-sized hijabs.
Secretary who turned 100 in January, says the best medicine is a slice of cake and a cup of tea.
Some couples who don’t like the connection to their old surnames, they’re dropping them altogether for completely new last names.
The Studio, a work group associated with the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, uploaded bird-call recordings to a smartphone app for an alarm.
Brit Floyd hits town, take in a film at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival or attend a Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra concert.
Jeremy Waldrup, the PDP’s president, says having bars and restaurants present more live music would sorely address a need for visitors.
The fine-art photos of Pittsburgh childrens’ photographers are a far cry from the Olan Mills and J.C. Penney prints of the past.
For a balding, middle-aged man, a home haircut is a big money-saver but also a short cut to loneliness.
The “false spring” can create a ripple effect that can adversely affect plants and some wildlife for months to come.
Cook Forest State Park invites folks up for a morning driving tour along the Clarion River to look for otters and signs of otter activity.
New York Post’s Page Six uncovers the soap-opera relationship, which has been confirmed by Hunter Biden and Joe and Jill Biden.
The ruling is a victory for the students, who were suing in order to use the facilities that matched their gender identity.
The Pittsburgh Reptile Show & Sale has been held monthly in the Pittsburgh area since 1989.