A listing of weekend events
The MassMutual Pittsburgh Ice Rink at PPG Place now has 25 percent more space, able to accommodate up to 350 skaters at once.
Swing dancing, Livingston Taylor, Poinsettias and Pointes and holiday bazaars are all on the agenda for the coming weekend.
The compound opens its new community center and expanded Car and Carriage Museum to the public for tours.
Raymond Ehrman collected stamps and autographs, but most of all, stories during his 100-year life.
An urban archaeological walking tour will show how everyone from Native Americans to 1920s immigrants lived Downtown and on the North Shore.
He’s found the safest way not to offend anyone in his column is to stick to his kids, his dog and lawn care.
The circus rolls into town, bellydancers cavort, Alfio sings and “West Side Story” returns to Heinz Hall.
Mary McCandless, a state inspector who lives to serve, and Robert Bickerton, a Beaver County steelworker, turn 100 years old.
Pittsburgh-based Digital Dream Labs hopes to transition children from consumers of technology and media to creators.
Despite $102 million the federal government has spent to sign up organ donors, half of adults still say no.
He’s reading all the signs and he’s discovered this about communicating with dogs: You don’t want to know what they’re thinking.
As he turns 100, George Herchenroether is proud of his North Side upbringing and education at Westminster College, where he met his wife.