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Gregg Olcerst has created a large work of tiny pieces of granite and porcelain on the side of his home in the Mexican War Streets.
If your cat is missing the litter box, it’s time to start looking at where it’s located, how often it’s cleaned and other possible causes.
A study found that women who ate instant noodles at least twice weekly had a 68 percent increase in cardiometabolic syndrome.
The YMCA’s Boxy Caufield Memorial Garden on the North Side is in its fourth season and thriving, thanks to tender loving care.
Garden Forum on Sunday features advice from master gardeners; “This Old House” TV crew is coming to Pittsburgh to help.
Basil downy mildew is a fairly recent arrival in the United States, is likely culprit for yellow spots, especially on sweet basil varieties.
Local gymnasts thrilled to meet some of the best during P&G Gymnastics Championships at Consol Energy Center this weekend.
In sight of the malls and shopping centers of Upper St. Clair, a community garden thrives.
The workbook "Plant-Powered For Life" is a collection of actionable steps to help readers eat more healthfully.
Cool spot, good food and great beer make for a fun excursion north to Voodoo Brewery in Meadville.
The time has come again for a journey back to a medieval world alive with chivalrous knights, fair maidens and Washing Well Wenches.
A recipe developed in honor of the Phipps Conservatory "Ripe, Red and Roasted" tomato and garlic festival.
Caldwell Linker and Alix Wiggins take part in the annual American Cheese Society Conference in Sacramento.
Burgh Bits & Bites will start running its new North Side food tour beginning Friday.
Shared recipes, summer’s bounty combine for delicious seasonal eating.
Plus: A night of iconic Pittsburgh foods at Notion, Frontier Dinner at Christian Klay Winery, Twelve Oaks to open in Brownsville.
Free of chemicals and easy for kids to handle, natural dyes can range from nuts to berries to plants.
Marlene Parrish’s “Food Puzzle” left readers wanting more crosswords.
Laurel Highlands village is celebrating the creation of the banana split.
Shadyside ... The Art Festival on Walnut Street, Oddball Comedy Festival, Run Around the (Regent) Square, Pittsburgh New Works Festival ...
Pittas are chunky, medium-sized songbirds with long sturdy legs, stout beaks, large eyes, stubby tails and a distinctive plumages.
All the flavors of Italy’s favorite salad in an open-skillet egg dish.
The husband should come up with more couple activities to enjoy with his wife to dissuade her from excessive TV binge watching.
Mark Oddo of East Liberty is kayaking down the rivers to Mobile, Ala.
Hard-working, loving Dorthia Jackson turns 100 in Butler.
Alternative photo processes available on smartphones are reviving interest in historic photography techniques.
Candace Sarris, daughter of Bill and Jamie Sarris of Sarris Candy, wed Robert "Tino" Rionda III on Saturday.
Where and how couples are celebrating their wedding is evolving, giving them more choices to pepper their big day with their personalities.
The Cranberry-based brand is coming out with a line of shoes for brides. Part of the proceeds will go to the Wish Upon A Wedding non-profit.
Plus: Final days for “Halston and Warhol,” learn what it’s like to be a Stella & Dot stylist, Pittsburgh Fashion Week tickets and more.
Hive325 is the first urban apiary Downtown. It’s located on the roof of the Duquesne Club.
Party at Omni William Penn celebrates Sisters Place.
Party at Omni William Penn raises funds for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Guests mingled before the nominee announcements for this year's Emmys by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Nearly 450 guests attended the party which raised funds for Rivers of Steel.
Comic book is a collaboration between ToonSeum and the Holocaust Center of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.
Since ending its backward motion in May, Mars has moved easterly through Virgo and will meet up and pass Saturn this weekend.
The second annual event featured a mix of brands and designers from the city and abroad, such as recent Pittsburgh transplant Portia Brady.
A sweet natural remedy protects honey bees from having their colonies collapse.
Put-in-Bay is billed as family friendly, but I’d steer clear of bringing kids on the weekends.
The ToonSeum and Holocaust Center of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh have produced “Chutz-Pow! Superheroes of the Holocaust.”
There are now 100 stores in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, west Maryland, eastern Ohio and upstate New York that carry the name Shop ’n Save.
A handful of Pittsburgh restaurants are keeping busy as beekeepers.
In a GPS world, maps still have a place, experts say.
Study confirms airlines can charge some passengers twice as much as others; TSA PreCheck lines popular.
The site of the Cer battle of World War I is sacred ground in Serbia, but it is little known and rarely visited by foreigners.
Put-in-Bay is a 195-mile drive from Pittsburgh.
Wind and water currents pushed a bloom of blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) to the intake of the Toledo, Ohio's water plant this month.
All major airlines fly from major U.S. cities to Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
Ready or not, here comes autumn, brought to you by Madison Avenue.