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For some, politics also affects choice of friends and neighborhoods.
Elsa and Anna impersonators and other similar characters are booked solid for birthday parties for Pittsburgh children.
Peter McKay‘s helpful guide to sending a child off to college -- without being too jealous of how good they’ll have it.
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh raises admission and parking prices effective July 1.
Lena Cammarata, who turned 102 on Monday, tucked garlic cloves -- and love -- into her specialty, Sicilian chicken.
Adm. Michelle Howard will take over as the vice chief of naval operations, the No. 2 officer in the service.
Find out who these so-called ambassadors are, the ones selling our city and presenting the information that shape the views of visitors.
Musical events from a free PSO concert to Maxwell at Heinz Hall are among the activities on tap this week.
Plan your trip to the Regatta hour by hour.
Here are five things to check out at the Three Rivers Regatta that will appeal to the entire family.
A three-room Redwood Log House created in 1939 is highlight of the 40th Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival.
The Furries hit town, the Swans perform and fireworks are popping off all over.
Painter and illustrator Ashley Cecil of Highland Park has started designing scarves, pillows and more with patterns based on her paintings.
Kayaking, rowing, canoeing, paddleboarding (yoga optional), jet skiing, boating, swimming — even surfing. Each summer, there’s more to do.
Wanna be bored? Try to recover from surgery by watching daytime TV or perusing Facebook.
The state was ranked 42nd overall in the new study on long-term services and supports for older people.
The Butler Fair, Pennsylvania Rib Fest, WYEP Summer Music Festival, Great European Beerfest and Dave Matthews roll into town this weekend.
Amy Brooks, who was born without limbs, will appear Thursday at the Avalon Library for a talk and book signing.
It marks the first time a national Protestant denomination has chosen to target the Israeli occupation with economic pressure.
Glamping -- glamorous camping -- gets its close-up at Antiques and Artisans Festival this weekend in Cabot, Butler County.
PSO Pops finale, Bluegrass jam, Sharon Van Etten and Betty Who will be performing this weekend.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) will address hot-button issues, ranging from marriage to the Middle East to global warming.
An increasing number of dads cook the bacon whether or not they bring it home.
In the Three Rivers Arts Festival, the project by Pittsburgh native Candy Chang was launched in 2011 and has spread to over 60 countries.
All joking aside, he’d rather have a low, slow recovery from surgery than the alternative.