The desserts are easy to make, pack, transport, serve, and are always crowd-pleasers.
The traditional German classic, made with eggs and flour, is easy to prepare.
Habitat restaurant will celebrate with a brunch buffet on Sunday, a day before the actual holiday.
Tickets for “Alton Brown: Eat Your Science” will go on sale at the Benedum Center Friday.
Julie Coletti’s grand house and six others will be open Sunday for the 36th annual Shadyside House Tour.
Peg Parks has a tried-and-true formula for choosing the hippest Pittsburgh neighborhood in which to live: Follow the young people.
On this week's "Setting the SEEN," SEEN editor Natalie Bencivenga and style editor Sara Bauknecht check out things to do this fall in Point Breeze, including stops at Farmhouse Flower Studio, Pino's Contemporary Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar + Make Your Mark Artspace & Coffeehouse.
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Here’s a few suggestions for munching on bars.
Vue 412, Jolina’s Mediterranean now serving; Poros opens next week.
Station and chef Curtis Gamble are a welcome addition in Pittsburgh’s Bloomfield neighborhood.
Spanish native Gonzalo Cembrero moves his restaurant from Greensburg to Shadyside, where he cooks his favorite dishes from home.
Style & Fashion
One famous bridge, the Pont des Arts, was cleared of 45 tons of padlocks left to show love. Yet locks are now showing up all over Paris.
Plus an Escada trunk show at Larrimor’s, rare cultural costumes on display in West Homestead, a Dress for Success Pittsburgh party and more.
With millions of listings, Airbnb can provide some worthy alternatives to pricey hotels, but like anything, do your homework.
As the National Parks system celebrates its centennial in 2016, it’s trying to build a new generation of visitors.
Fundraiser held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center raises $12 million.
High school sweethearts, Jay and Bonnie Mangold, discovered their love of giving back to the community from a young age.
Ines Beltrame, who turned 100 last month, is famous for her homemade bread, pasta and other Italian dishes.
Project Journey has been working since 2013 on what it says is a growing problem of homeless female veterans.