Joan Davies Havekotte has seen the world and is now celebrating her 101st birthday.
Water Weekends at the Carnegie Science Center are filled to overflowing with cool activities about H2Oh!
Why do we celebrate every little event like a celebrity? Because the Kardashians do it.
Zookeepers around the world, including Pittsburgh, have been tweeting themselves posed with animals a la the raptors of “Jurassic World.”
Helen Mirren’s “The Audience,” a Phat Man Dee sendoff party, and an evening with Dr. Cyril Wecht, all on the agenda for this weekend.
Paul O’Block had to quit school after eighth grade, but hard work and his family have provided a lifetime of learning.
Learning to lead workers can help management of the homefront.
As the wood turns, the American Association of Woodturners arrives for its national symposium in Pittsburgh next week.
FamilySearch launches national campaign to recruit volunteers for indexing African-American records
If you’ve put Father’s Day gift-getting off for the last minute, here are 5 Things that might fit the bill:
Born in Bellevue, Alice May Pasquarelli passed the century mark May 22.
While consumers may take tufting for granted, craftsmen know it is one of the most labor-intensive upholstery treatments.
Ten-year traveling “Very Eric Carle” exhibit makes its debut at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh today.
What’s to love Downtown as the Three Rivers Arts Festival wraps up this weekend? Plenty!
His phone bill is just the beginning. What’s good for you and what’s not changes every day.
Pittsburgh Symphony, the ’Caterpillar’ tour, Heritage Day and the Steve Miller Band all hit town this weekend.
Max Segal comes to Pittsburgh from Los Angeles so his 100-year-old grandfather, who survived Auschwitz, can participate in his bar mitzvah.
Cora Smith-Harris of Aliquippa turned 100 in May.
Southwest PA Says No More’s video features area business leaders speaking out.
Once you find the Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village in western Washington County, 16,000 years of local history will come alive.
Earthcam has released “a special edition” time-lapse video of the construction of One World Trade Center in New York.
The Lost & Found Factory gives people a chance to commission their own art and recover something that they’ve lost.
Wild animals, birds and bugs can be a danger to people and their pets during warm weather, when more time is spent outdoors.
Beethoven at the Symphony, the Three Rivers Arts Festival and a beer fest, something for everyone.
The pop star, slated to perform June 13, has made remarks some consider racist and homophobic.
A successful Kickstarter campaign will fund a bobblehead of Pittsburgher Roxanne Chalifoux, who became a March Madness viral sensation.
Four years ago, Cheri and Bernard Feinman of Highland Park took the leap from living on the land to the water and never looked back.
The goal of the $3.5 million endeavor was to preserve the fabric of the facility and its 20-year-old pipe organ.