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Grainne Trainor plans to transition Blue Dining, a restaurant and martini bar, into a contemporary American restaurant with a focus on wine.
Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, opposes disbanding the state alcohol sales business.
Allentown spot is chock full of favorites from the Greater Antilles like oxtail stew, Jamaican patties and brown stew fish.
With top service, compelling wine list, clubby bar and “unapologetically conservative” menu, The Carlton reflects its owner, Kevin Joyce.
Reading in this generation is continually being changed by technology. Many view the change as negative, but that’s not necessarily true.
In the 1930s, Pittsburgh propelled one musician to break jazz’s all-male barrier and become one of the most innovative artists of all time.
If we represent a thousand years with a single sheet of toilet paper, we can picture what the universe will be like in 5 billion years.
Volunteers pour out many, many bottles of Penn Oktoberfest at Wigle distillery to be turned into Oktoberfest Whiskey
Hal B. Klein finds out everything about real balsamic vinegar, from its long history to its flavor.
The borough takes stock of its food assets, including newly reopened Nancy’s East End Diner, so it can promote them.
Terina Hicks of Swissvale uses her mother’s recipes for her new business, Cobblerworld.
Affordable, well-organized event pours on the education.
Feb. 28 is National CSA Sign-Up Day
Two related events in early March will address hunger, the sustainable-food movement and other food-security issues in the Pittsburgh area.
Retro-inspired, toned-down hues, boots, hair accessories and lots of fur were among the top looks spotted on the runway.
The new flight will start operating June 5 and run until August 17 and operate on Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays.
Granola packs good-for-you grains, nuts and fruit into a wholesome treat. Even better, it’s portable.
What to do when a friend who owes you money ends the relationship.
A look at the animals living around Nine Mile Run watershed area by identifying their tracks in the snow.
The ski slopes, however, will be open and operate on a normal schedule.
Time to celebrate the Oscars with the Pittsburgh Film Office’s Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield “Lights! Glamour! Action!”
From custom creations to looks straight off the fall 2015 runway, several stars turned out in their red carpet best (while others tried to).
Plus, FGI Pittsburgh provisional chapter to hold a business of fashion panel and a dollar sale at Avalon Exchange in Squirrel Hill.
The proposal would allow the sale of wine at grocery stores; beer distributors would be allowed to sell six-packs, 12-packs and cases.
A subscription-event service called Dinner Lab that aims to spotlight new chefs launches in Pittsburgh today.
Nearly 200 guests enjoyed an evening at Phipps while raising funds for Autism.
Guests were treated to a 36-minute preview of the 90-minute film, which documented not only August Wilson’s life, but his legacy.
Lunar New Year Celebration hosted by the Organization of Chinese Americans.
Roughly 700 guests attended the Mardi Gras Gala, which raised funds for the Epilepsy Foundation.
More than 225 guests roamed the Frick galleries during “Masterwork of Early Photography” opening gala.
While you're gazing up at the stars of winter on February evenings, don't forget to search for a few of the night sky's hidden treasures.
There is much more going on behind the scenes when you see a star donning a designer’s gown on the red carpet.
A 1985 biography of George Washington Williams has helped inform a new generation of his contributions to African American history.
Elite Yelpers aren’t short of opinions, but they have different sweet spots, Our columnist meets three.
Do’s and don’t’s for a bracing week in Scotland’s capital with a quick side trip to London.
Denver, JFK airports ranked least accessible in survey.
'Better Call Saul' puts Albuquerque back on the map for tourists who enjoyed tours of “Breaking Bad” sites.
Problems and confusion are expected to continue as more baby boomers retiring with little or no savings turn to the loans for help.
Last summer, Kelly Hancock and her sister bought themselves deer rifles and joined the family tradition, going "red tag" hunting.
Travel dilemmas: Togetherness can have a huge price when flying with your family in adjoining seats.
“The Story of Hazel Miner," is the tale of a 15-year-old girl who gets lost and dies in a terrifying prairie blizzard.
Mountains and Lake Como create an ever-changing backdrop for two historic villa gardens in northern Italy.
Peter McKay is worried about drones, driverless cars and machines taking people’s jobs. But he’s OK with computers taking over his column.
If your tomato garden is contaminated by fungal diseases, solarization and a season of growing in containers may be the best solution.
“The Order: 1886,” a PlayStation 4 exclusive, is high on presentation and story, low on player choices.
A Colonial-style house in Latrobe boasts original woodwork, updated kitchen and a tight-knit neighborhood.
The final day of New York Fashion Week saw new collections by Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and Marc Jacobs and said goodbye to Lincoln Center.
A veteran restaurateur hopes to capitalize on the fast casual food trend and the popularity of Monroeville’s business district.
Homestead art gallery Studio A.M. is an unlikely setting for a Sunday feast.
This modest spot in Squirrel Hill, with a range of magical dishes inspired by the Sichuan province, is one of the best restaurants in town.