Several special-regulation programs connect anglers with trout opportunities before the April 15 statewide opening day.
This weekend, it’s all about muskies at Muskie Max, an outdoors expo focused almost exclusively on a single species.
To gear up for the Oscars, three Pittsburgh natives who work in entertainment and fashion share some behind-the-scenes red carpet secrets.
The Pittsburgh Reptile Show & Sale has been held monthly in the Pittsburgh area since 1989.
The Oliver Bath House, which opened in 1915, houses a 40-by-60-foot heated pool, and was the brainchild of industrialist Henry W. Oliver.
“These horses give it their all. They work very hard and they need time to be horses,” says harness racing trainer William Bercury.
“We wanted the puppies to know they were wanted and treasured,” says Lynn Pilarski, who helped rescue four great Pyrenees puppies.
An easy and flavorful fish dish to kick off the Lenten season.
Ten projects have been selected as finalists in the 11th annual Renovation Inspiration Contest, which honors well-done renovations.
The three-story brick house with four bedrooms, three full baths and two powder rooms was built in 1906 for Belle and Henry E. Kinloch.
The Steel City Pot Roast Stak and Philly Chicken & Waffle Fry Stak will each cost $15 at Penguins-Flyers game at Heinz Field on Saturday.
Problems at the Butler Street restaurant included a rodent infestation.
Plaudits for Lautrec; a ‘Cure-ated’ dinner series; a new BRGR; big Wigle wins; South Side Soup Contest; new coffee shops
As home to two of the Negro League’s most dominant teams Pittsburgh was once the center of Negro League baseball.
Some of the most notable animals that come to mind when we think of marine biology are the whales.
The menu for this meat-centric restaurant in Ace Hotel Pittsburgh saves the best for last.
Pittsburgh’s newest brewer, 412 Brewery, is part of the Friday and Saturday beer festival at David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown.
Acclaimed Pittsburgh chef Justin Severino will bring some of the top chefs in the country to collaborate at his Lawrenceville restaurants.
For the ninth-straight year, the resort restaurant in Fayette County has earned a five-star rating in the 2017 Forbes Travel Guide
The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum exhibit will include the Apollo 11 command module. It comes to Pittsburgh in 2018.
Unseasonable weather starts maple syrup collection early but continued warm temperatures could mean earliest end to collection ever.
The “cocktail hour” bread is baked with cheddar, Gouda, apple, bacon, walnuts and cumin.
For the Harry Potter fest, Lawrenceville’s Row House Cinema and Bierport are making adult and non-alcoholic versions of fictional drink.
Sign up for fruit and vegetable subscriptions directly from local farms on final Friday of February.
Napa Valley Red Blend is 80 percent zinfandel and 20 percent cabernet.
Revel also in spinoffs such as king cake cocktails, fries and salsa.
Starting this spring and summer: flights to Los Angeles, Dallas-Fort Worth, Myrtle Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Las Vegas and Houston.
It’s Julian Vallozzi’s second high-end Italian restaurant in the city, and will feature an amari bar.
The combination of bad weather and pests hit the harvest in Southern Europe, mostly in Italy, where production is halved from last fall.
Jennie Germaine, who turns 100 on Thursday, “has a magnetic kind of appeal with all kids,” her son Anthony says.
Starting in June, Pittsburgh International Airport will offer as many flights to Iceland as it does to Los Angeles or San Francisco.
One of the animals that appear most in culture and arts around the world is the owl.
The winter Milky Way is not as bright as its summer counterpart, but the misty band of light is still visible.
A boyfriend has certain rooms that are off-limits. A partner won’t commit. Why are we putting up with this nonsense?
Guided walks at Jennings Environmental Education Center trace part of our first president’s local path and mark his birthday with a snack.
Pittsburghers have adopted the mind-body program developed by a Dutchman to better tolerate cold weather along with other health benefits.
Recently paralyzed cyclist Danny Chew gets his first taste of riding a hand-cycle outdoors since his tragic autumn accident.
The Whiffenpoofs, the nation's oldest a cappella group, performed on Saturday night at the Heinz Memorial Chapel in Oakland.
Sex, Love & Science, was a party for more than 1,000 young adults 21 and older Friday night.
The Pittsburgh International Auto Show preview party was held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center Thursday night.
The Carnegie Museum of Art held its monthly Third Thursday event this time celebrating the work of Iris van Herpen.
The 81st annual Dapper Dan Awards hosted hundreds of sports fans at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown.
Fall floral prints, texture, ‘90s references and outerwear for all occasions are among the top trends spotted on the runway.
The Craft Business Accelerator works to connect skilled craftspeople and makers with developers and businesses that can use their wares.
I chatted with three experts from around the city for tips on how to keep your guests wanting more!
The new interest in Cuba led to a rapid price inflation on taxis, hotels, and other services before flights had begun.
Noted deer authority C.J. Winand bones to pick with details of Pennsylvania’s deer management policy.
But there is growing concern among some hunters that a new hierarchy of predators is taking a bite out of game species populations.
From New York Fashion Week to Calvin Klein’s latest ad campaign, Warhol’s works are enjoying much more than 15 minutes of fame.
Spread over three levels, the 170-seat, 7,300-square-foot restaurant features a raw bar and a wood-fired grill and rotisserie.